I think I needed to wait until 2015 was over before looking back at the journey that had started just about this time twelve months ago and came to define my entire year—well, life really.… Read More »
Despite—or perhaps in perfect conjunction with—a real breakthrough with ayahuasca, by this point in the retreat I started to struggle with some of the day to day factors. Part of it, I think, was just some necessary adaptation…. Read More »
(Check out Part One here!)
I think it’s very fitting that people often use the expression “Mother Ayahuasca” when referring to this incredible plant brew. The experience you have with it and relationship you develop with it can be as complex as mother and child.
And like a mother, there are times when it will be really tough on you, and the petulant fourteen year-old in you might come out. “This is bullshit. I’m not tolerating this! I do not need this!”
(But oh child, you do.)… Read More »
(Click here for Part One of My Journey to Ayahuasca!)
You start to “do” ayahuasca long before you’re sitting on a mat next to a vomit bucket in a hut somewhere deep in the Amazon. I believe that I started doing ayahuasca the day I confirmed my registration at the Ayahuasca Foundation and booked my flight to Iquitos.