Peruvian Shamanism - Creating a Curandero's Mesa with Oscar Miro Quesada. The Peruvian Curandero's mesa is an altar-like arrangement of sacred items and symbolic power objects ceremonially used to awaken deep states of individual and collective healing. Through the ritual of the mesa combined with breath work, chanting, body posture and spirit journeys the Curandero weaves together a unique experiential tapestry that bridges our human and divine natures. This workshop explores cultural specific diagnostic procedures and healing techniques based on the disciplined use of our imaginative faculties through divination, soul-retrieval, shape shifting and animal ally embodiment.
Receive an in-depth education into this archetypal shamanic heritage and a practical approach for incorporating it into your daily life. This series is recommended for any person with a heart-centered commitment to a conscious inner ecology searching for a practice of enlightened outer ecology as expressed through our Earth's sacred indigenous traditions.
15 CD Set.
Recorded live at The Omega Institute For Holistic Studies November 1998.
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don Oscar Miro-Quesada
don Oscar Miro Quesada is the originator of the cross-cultural Pachakuti Mesa shamanic tradition and visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer Foundation. Oscar is a fellow in Ethno-Psychology with the Organization of American States (OAS) and a respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru. He has combined deep traditional apprenticeship in the Andes the North Coast, and the Amazon with academic study in Peru and the United States, as well as exploring the mystical and healing traditions of the world. A master of creating sacred community, Oscar employs the magic of joy and compassion to strengthen the strands that weave us together as a global family. He lovingly carries forth a unique vision for ceremonially awakening eco-spiritual planetary renewal.
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