Shamans frequently use stones on their mesas, or altars. They are used as medicine pieces to enhance the transfer of healing energies to the one being healed. The word Khuya from the Quechua word, khuyay, means to love. Technically, the Quechua word for stone is rumi, however, when a rumi becomes a stone of caring or a container of affection, it becomes a khuya. This means it has been consecrrated and set aside for a sacred purpose on the mesa. Source: Peruvian Shamanism, The Patchkuti Mesa by Matthew Magee.
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