Ayahuasca Shaman, Non-Meditation

Spiritual Workshop with AYAHUASCA SHAMAN
Mar. 18 (Wednesday), 20:00-22:00


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Guided by: Taita Juan (Peru)

ENTRY fee: 5 eur;
the benefits will go to the social project “Fundacion Pinta Yage in Columbien”.

Taita Juan is from Putumayo, the original region in Amazon, where the Shamans work with Ayahuasca and other power plants. Since 30 years he’s been working with these plants and sharing his knowledge all over the world. Taita Juan comes to Berlin to explain how the ceremonies of American indians can help us in our everyday life. In the workshop you will learn about the power plants, get advice on your spiritual path, learn shamanic songs and meditation.

Shamans are spiritual guides and practitioners, not of the divine, but of the very elements. Unlike some other mystics, shamans commune with forces that are not strictly benevolent. Over tens of thousands of years, shamans developed a time-tested system of healing, using journeying and and other practices.
Often shaman uses Ayahuasca and other power plants to perform spiritual retreat for people. Shaman and participants approach the use of the power plants as a sacrament, a teacher plant that contain spirit powers which they contact directly by ingesting them and that helps them to assess a transcendental experience and integrative healing process.

We kindly invite all the people who value and appreciate power plants, shamanism and are interested in spiritual healing process. Let’s implement more consciousness in our everyday life.

Practice Sessions on NON-MEDITATION (2 of 2)
Mar. 22 (Sunday), 19:00-21:00


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GUIDED by: Seseg Zhigzhitova
Website. Facebook.

ENTRY fee: donation to Tergar Meditation Center.

You can formally meditate but at some point you must stop and move on with your day. What would happen if you are in a state of meditation at all times? Wouldn’t it be the best way to live life in this world?
We will discuss, why and how to return the mind to its natural state of open awareness.

19:00-19:20 meditation session 1.
19:20-20:00 video with explanations practical advices from the meditation teacher Mingyur Rinpoche, discussion.
20:00-20:30 meditation session 2.

15.03.2014 part 1 – “Just Breathing”
22.03.2014 part 2 – “Recognizing awareness”

Seseg Zhigzhitova is a group coordinator and practice leader of of the Tergar Practice group Berlin, which is a part of International Tergar Meditation Community, guided by Mingyur Rinpoche. Seseg lives in Berlin, working as an architect.


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