Inawainge one who sees

The young Man, who was his father translator, (the old taita spoke only Cofan), and he didn't, told him that yes, ... Another story I remember, told me Taita Pacho, when he was a young Yagé drinker, his brother in law one day blocked ...

Inawainge     one who sees

What we see with our physical eyes is not all there is, the real wonder is not out there, but inside us, only being seen with the eyes of the Spirit, with not only beautiful visions, but also visions of our Real self, helping us to heal, this book is dedicated to both, in order to ascend we need to heal first, then exploring our Inner Realms, we may Transcend our Human condition and become Light. Being in the Amazon jungle may not be the first stepping stone to find one’s true self, but one of the last stones needed. A return to Mother Earth, for grounding and healing may give one the peace and support that is required for this inner work. Nature speaks in many ways which this book series truly shows. You will feel necked and at times even raw and totally alone in all this… No one can do your inner job for you, but guidance, a helping hand or a shoulder to cry at, can prove to be gems on your journey. We all do this our own way. The song “I did it my way” may show you there is no wrong way nor a right way, only your way.

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