In addition to receiving a beautiful hand carved creation from the Amazon, these pipes are also special tools for healing. They are carefully cooked in ayahuasca in order to "catch" the spirit of the medicine and then the effect of smoking the tobacco is different and more powerful. This practice lends to teaching the pipe holder during the smoking itself or during dreams after smoking. Also you will receive a signed poster of Juan Carlos Taminchi's Guardianes de la Sabiduria. Thank you!
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We thank you. Every single dollar helps! High five! You support Plant Medicine Research - we will send you an email update after the meeting!
Please add $5 for shipping outside of Canada. We'll send you a keychain made from the ayahuasca vine. We will also send you an email update after the meeting.
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Reward just added! Pledge at this level and we will send you a handbeaded keychain beaded by the Cametsa women's collective, inspired by Ayahuasca visions. Your contribution goes towards supporting the collective, as well as help setting in motion this project. Thank you!
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Please add $5 for shipping outside of US. Hand beaded earrings or thin bracelet from the Cametsa Women's Collective in Colombia. Your donation also supports them!
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Please add $5 for shipping outside of US. Hand made beaded thick bracelet, made by Cametsa Women's Collective, based on Yage/Ayahuasca inspired visions. Your donation also supports the women's collective!
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Please add $5 extra for shipping outside of Canada. We will be happy to send you a signed poster of artwork by Artist Juan Carlos Taminchi - Guardianes De La Sabiduria, and a thin beaded bracelet from the Cametsa Women's collective in Colombia.
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From the Cametsa women's collective in Columbia, your donation will reward you with a hand beaded necklace, thick bracelet and pair of earrings - designs inspired by Ayahuasca visions. Please add $5 extra for shipping outside of the USA. Your donation also supports their initiative.
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Please add $10 for shipping outside of US. We will send you the following from Cametsa collective: small hand painted mask painted by Taita Juan Agreda Chindoy, and a thick beaded bracelet from the Cametsa women's collective.
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Please add $10 shipping outside of Canada. The Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous people along the Ucayali River in the Amazon rainforest in Perú -- We will send you a beautiful cotton fabric, painted with mud and huito (tree resin), embroidered by hand with intricate designs that have been passed down from parent to child. Size is 1.5m by 1.5m. Design varies as all pieces are individually made. We will also send you a thick, hand beaded bracelet from the Cametsa women's collective, Columbia.
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We invite you to participate in an 8-day educational workshop at Takiwasi Centre in Tarapoto, Peru. For 20 years Takiwasi Centre has been working on recovery for people with various forms of addictions. This seminar involves an experiential element including plant medicine and a four-day personal retreat (dieta) involving intake of plant teachers. The seminar will also involve lectures and presentations by members of the Takiwasi therapeutic team. November 5-13, 2013
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Join us for the New Year or in March 2014, in the stunning Sibundoy Valley in the Alto Putumayo of Colombia, home of the Cametsa indigenous community- for an immersion with Taita Juan Agreda Chindoy. Each guest will receive personalized consultations and treatments. Three plant medicine ceremonies led by Taita Juan are complemented by trips to the nearby hot springs and integration practices. Food, lodging, and bilingual translation included. Dec. 28, 2013-Jan 4, 2014 March 22-29, 2014
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Journey into self with Shipibo medicine at the Temple of the Way of Light, Iquitos, Peru at their one month ‘Deep Immersion’ healing program combining 12 day ayahuasca workshop and plant dieta w/optional integrative practices including Yoga, Qigong, Taiji, & art therapy throughout the month. The workshop consists of 7 ceremonies held by one male, one female Shipibo healers; consultations, daily floral baths, and steam baths. Group limited to 12 people. Dec. 3, 2013-Jan.2, 2013 (or future dat
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