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All Languages. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of The journey to Spirit. Tammy rated it it was ok Feb 06, Maritza rated it liked it Oct 24, Carmen Monica rated it really liked it Nov 13, Tammy K. Tricia marked it as to-read Mar 13, Caroline Smith marked it as to-read May 07, Theresa Whelan marked it as to-read Jun 13, Jennifer Peters marked it as to-read Jul 12, However, I did hope, since I was going, that the plant could help me heal from a physical condition I had been battling for a few years without a cure.
I had seen a few of the top specialist in Canada and even Nicaragua without any success. I began to understand this was perhaps an energetic and spiritual blockage I was having, and my body was manifesting it with a chronic irritation that would not go away. I researched every company in Peru offering Ayahuasca retreats. Most places offered rustic experiences: no electricity, shared shower facilities, and many did not have real toilets. Many places offering the Ayahuasca treatment use the river and open jungle to do your daily thing if you know what I mean.
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This was not going to work for me. And this became the deciding factor as to where I was going to go.
I had no idea how I was going to react to the plant so imagine having diarrhea and not having a private space? No way! I finally found a place that met my criteria. The Way Inn Healing Center. A retreat located in the Northern part in Huaraz in the Peruvian Andes.
The Way Inn Healing Center looked picturesque, and wow, they had electricity, hot water, and my very own room with toilet and shower. I was in!
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I called and paid my deposit. I was excited. The same day I had paid my deposit, I was in my car, driving to pick up my daughters when I decided to click on a podcast on YouTube called, Metamorphosis — Ayahuasca Documentary and I was fascinated by the documentary. I did some digging and found the location was in Iquitos and the company was called Blue Morpho. I immediately did some research on the company, and I liked what I saw. Call it what you want, but I call it divine guidance. I believe in signs, and I have always felt the hand of God pushing me along.
An internal voice told me that I needed to go to the jungle instead. It was as if the spirit of the plant had begun to communicate with me. My intuition told me that I needed to be right where the plant was grown.
The closer I was to the plant the closer I would be to the spirits. The Way Inn, although looked amazing, was in the mountains and they do not grow the plant. Ayahuasca only grows in the Amazonian basin. They also did not prepare their Ayahuasca brew, and instead, had it pre- made. I wanted to be part of the process of making my brew.
I felt it was essential for me to be as close to the plant as possible. I called Blue Morpho, and like divine guidance, they also had electricity, my private room, shower and wow, my very OWN toilet! I asked myself; I was totally in. I paid another deposit. I booked my flight, and I was set to go. My friends and family were all anxious about my decision. My family felt it was crazy and dangerous to go. Many people were scared due to the media stories of tourist dying after drinking Ayahuasca.
Nothing stopped me. I followed my heart and the divine guidance I was given. I did my two-week diet preparation for Ayahuasca which consisted of nothing fried, no red meat, no pork, sugar, salt, fats, alcohol and no recreational drugs. Oh, I almost forgot, and no sex for two weeks.
I flew from Toronto to Lima and from Lima to Iquitos. Wow, I was transported to a different world. It was exciting. The town was crowded and poor. Its economy revolves around the industry of Ayahuasca. There were even restaurants that were Ayahuasca-diet-specific. There are hundreds of them. I do not even know how they drive. They just squeeze. I met the Blue Morpho team at 8 am in the hotel lobby the following morning. They welcomed and talked to us about what was to transpire. There were 40 of us from all over the world. I was scared, and I thought I was the only one feeling the anxiety.
Many in our group were season Ayahuasca veterans. Some had been there ten times; another person told me something crazy like 30 times and a good number of them had been to the retreat more than once. I even met a girl who had met her now husband during an Ayahuasca retreat. The couple did a few retreats together, fell in love and from that love came a beautiful daughter.
The parents, in gratitude to Ayahuasca for bringing them together, named their baby girl Aya! We were soon transported by bus to the Amazonian river where we all boarded the boats. Here I was, traveling for two days by air and now going into the Peruvian jungle to heal my soul.