Get closer to Andean traditions with this ceremony in Urubamba, the Sacred Valley of the Inca, in the midst of a beautiful landscape. These religious practices predated the Inca, and have survived for many thousands of years. The ritual culminates with a three-part ritual. By the end of the ceremony, practitioners should feel filled with a strong positive energy.
- 3 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- Any time between Thu Jan 01 1970 08:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time) and Thu Jan 01 1970 22:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
READING OF THE COCA LEAVES:
This is a type of consultation that identifies the chief concerns, whether they’re matters of love, health, or work.
HARMONIZATION AND PROPITIATION
This is a ceremony of offerings, dedicated Andean deities Pacha Mama and Apus. Pacha Mama is the Andean Mother Earth Goddess, and Apus is a type of mountain spirit. This part of the of the ceremony is for requesting health and good fortune in love and work, or other specific favors.
CLEANSING AND REVITALIZATION:
This is a special part of the ceremony for people with blocked auras, for problems that might be tied to stress, nerves, lack of appetite, tensions, fear, and any other evil that might upset the natural balance. Priests use herbs to invoke the sacred elements that nature provides for healing.
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes, camera. water, hat, and sunglasses.
Round trip transportation from your hotel in Cusco or Urubamba, shaman (master of Andean ceremonies), and snacks.
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