I kicked off 2019 in the Peruvian Amazon
What I’m up to
I just emerged from journeying deep into the Amazon to spend time with the Matses tribe, the indigenous stewards of frog medicine on the Peruvian/Brazilian border. They taught a group of people from around the world who came to learn the traditional ways of Kambo, as well as allowing me to film with the intention of creating awareness about deforestation, illegal logging and the effects of a quickly disappearing Amazon Rainforest.
After the training, I moved from the jungle to the mountains and spent two weeks in Sacred Valley, breathing with the land, listening to the trees and scouting retreat sites for potential locations to hold plant medicine and healing retreats.
Most recently wrapped up: Thailand Retreat!
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Kambo Practitioners Angela Kunz and Elizabeth Gottwald invited a small group to reset and refresh in Thailand during a seven day Kambo Retreat.
During the week, offered medicine ceremonies, breathwork ceremonies, meditation and movement - all on the beautiful paradise island of Koh Pha Ngan!
Kambo brought us together on Mount Shasta as we took on five days of fasting, frog medicine, and facing fears. By the end of the week, the sisterhood had grown strong through ceremonies and the dissolution of veils which societal expectations have had us create around ourselves. Cleansing, clearing and serving each other medicine throughout the week, unable to mask our emotions with food, we gained strength and energy through Kambo as we were each able to experience and share raw, unhindered vulnerability and honesty.
The depths we sat through together created a bond unlike any other while the medicine work catalyzed the breaking of chains from generational, ancestral and past life tethers.
The vibrational shift we moved through on Mount Shasta was so profound that we felt called to unite again after our initial experience together and share this transformational medicine. Kambo has given both of us his blessing to serve and share his medicine in pursuit of coming home to our most authentic beings.
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“I think over again my small adventures, my fears, those small ones that seemed so big, all those vitals things I had to get and to reach, and yet there is only one great thing: to live and see the great day that dawns, and the light that fills the world.”
-old inuit song