Ayahuasca Ceremony


Ayahuasca Ceremony
Ayahuasca is an ancient medicine for the soul. Taking place in a safe and protected space, an Ayahuasca ceremony makes it possible to go on a deep inner journey that can help tremendously in your life. It gives you insights about life, by healing the past and letting go of old pain, to get another perspective, to release stress, to get more self-love, and much more. You can benefit spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically from Ayahuasca ceremonies.

You will find better connections your spirit, your consciousness will expand, you will gain closer connection with the Universe, and you will find oneness with all that there is.

You will gain increased clarity in your thinking, self-insight, better understanding for people around you, and a decrease in stubborn and irritating thoughts.

Inner peace, self-acceptance and self-confidence, renewed empathy and positive emotions, and a better expression of negative emotions.

The disappearance of physical disorders with a psychological origin, such as tension, insufficient energy, physical complaints, and oversensitivity with no medical explanation. More consciousness, confidence, and relaxation; better functioning, more control over your own life, and more harmony in your relationships.
Ayahuasca puts you on the right path and brings you into the flow of existence.

The Ceremony
6 The ceremony starts when the shaman makes a prayer to the spirits and invites the energy to open the ceremony.
7 After every participant and the shaman has drunk the tea, the candles are put out, and the ceremony is officially open.
8 After 30 to 60 minutes, the tea starts working and the ritual singing begins. The shaman sings and plays during almost the whole ceremony; not constantly, but when it’s needed. It’s through these beautiful chants and music that the healing is done.
9 The ceremony normally lasts between four and eight hours. This is just an approximation; it can be three or eight hours. Every ceremony is unique. You will know when the ceremony is finished, and the candles are lit again.
10 We make a final prayer to the Divine, the Universe, and Spirits for their healing and teachings.12