Growing in Community Values
Willkamayu Spirit comes from Quechua roots, “Willkamayu” meaning Sacred river. During this stage of our cycle we feel a calling towards the Sacred Water Spirit flowing here in the Sacred Inka valley and a profound feeling to work with her…
The Willkamayu river connects the Sacred Valley with the Amazonian jungle. For us it represent the communion between the ancient Andean and Amazonian traditions. She brings their powerful Teacherplants together.
The Sacred Water Spirit is cleansing, healing, connecting and purifying. The river is so powerful, she can transfer energy, she can move stones and rocks and flows into every grid. She reminds us of how the Teacherplants are connecting with us.
The Sacred Water Spirit dances in our inner and outer landscapes, she gives life, she reminds and is a mirror for us. She brings us together and shares…
Our intentions with our Healing Ceremony House in the Sacred Valley
- To live close to and take care of nature: We are trying to create a sustainable environment
- To share different types of ceremonies that connect us with ourselves, those around us and to the divine Mother Nature
- To share Sacred ceremonies with Master plants Ayahuasca and San Pedro/Wachuma
- For our activities we work with the principle of Ayni. Ayni is about giving and receiving in balance; between people, between people and nature and people and the Cosmos. Relationships are the fundamental component in this principle. We would love to find a way to integrate this beautifully honest and humble way of interchange. We are asking a fixed gift for our activities to cover our costs and to build a sustainable project and community, but we are open to integrate a sliding scale
- To give social support and to share with the Maestros who we work with and their community and with sustainable green projects
- To support the sustainability of the Teacher Plants: the Ayahuasca vine, Chacruna and the San Pedro/Wachuma cactus
Our ceremony house is a traditional Peruvian house and garden in the region of Yanahuara, between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo. A place famous for peaches and apple orchards. We have two rooms above our ceremony room that lead onto a large balcony area. Each comfortable room has 3 beds and we organise our participants accordingly, based on gender or if we have only one couple or two couples we can arrange them in their separate rooms. We have a western style, outside rest room with a shower. The ceremony room looks out onto a novel feature of a llama pen, however for now, there are no animals for us to see. Outside our garden is a beautiful river walk which leads to traditional farmers meadows and views across the valley. A 30 minute climb in the nearby hills will give you stunning views across to Maras and from Urubamba to Pachar.