Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Apprenticeship Series
The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition: Cross-Cultural Shamanic Arts for Personal and Planetary Renewal is a five- part series of intensives in the shamanic arts of restoring harmony, health, and earth stewardship. This workshop series aligns the traditional shamanic arts of Peru and the wisdom of its heritage with the needs of the present day, a transformational moment of planetary and human history.
Participants will cultivate a deeper relationship with nature and the unseen world, and receive multiple opportunities for self-exploration, empowerment, and profound personal growth. This apprenticeship series is open to all people who desire to be of service, whether they are long-time mesa carriers or new to this tradition.
Part I: The Call to Heal (Releasing the Past)
This apprenticeship workshop initiates participants into the Pachakuti Mesa, a powerful and sacred altar. Students learn how to create their own mesas and work with them for self-empowerment, transformation, and helping others. Through shamanic journey and visionary states of consciousness, participants will explore the three worlds of the Andean cosmovision, sacred reciprocity with all that is, the core ingredients of ceremonial mastery, sacred sound and ritual language, healing and curanderismo, and the inner world of the ukhupacha.
Part II: A Balance of Power (Transforming the Present)
During this workshop intensive, participants will apprentice in the center of the mesa, traditional Peruvian healing practices, and the kaypacha, the middle world. They will explore the kaypacha’s elemental matrix and magico-spiritual power, and learn about the moon’s presence in the middle world, mapping the cosmos on Earth, and celestial death and rebirth.
Part III: The Condor’s Quest (Creating the Future)
This workshop is an initiation into the paqokuna, the Andean Shaman/Priesthood mystical path, the lineage of the sacred mountains, and the five virtues of the mesa. Participants will also journey to and experience the hanaqpacha, the upper world beyond the physical, work with the unseen world there and deepen their connection to their own spiritual resources.
Part IV: The Hummingbird’s Ascent (Living the Mystery)
In this apprenticeship workshop students will experience the upper world and learn about its lightning bolt of mystical illumination and the flow of kamasqa, the power of Creation. They will work with the elements, the forces of the universe, the body of Mother Earth, and sacred healing objects. In sacred reciprocity participants will create despachos to honor Mother Earth, the sacred mountains, the elements, the unseen world, and prepare for a paqowachu, a sacred pilgrimage.
Part V: The Shamanic Self (Serving the Earth)
This workshop deepens participants’ experience of soul and spirit through ritual process, including the spiritual creation, activation and care of an apacheta. Students will work with the power of creation in the kaypacha or middle world, dimensionality and time, as well as with the three suns, and the hampikamayoq process (ancient breathing techniques for physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being and transformation). Participants will be further empowered by evoking both seen and unseen sources of cosmic awareness within their mesa, sacred objects and own being, and initiation into the lineage of this revered tradition.
Nelson, BC Dates - 2020 - 2021
Part I: The Call to Heal (Releasing the Past) June 5-7th, 2020
Part II: A Balance of Power (Transforming the Present) Oct 23-25th, 2020
Part III: The Condor’s Quest (Creating the Future) April 9-11th, 2021
Part IV: The Hummingbird’s Ascent (Living the Mystery) July 9-11th, 2021
Part V: The Shamanic Self (Serving the Earth) October 22-24th, 2021
Investment for Each Weekend- $333
"I am so glad I did this! I could not have imagined how empowering and integrative this teaching has been to tie up so many pieces of the Great Mystery puzzle in my life and understanding of life. thank you
to all who have brought this to my consciousness!!! I would highly recommend this to everyone!" - Kathie P Nelson, BC
"I felt deeply nourished, unravelled with joy, gratitude, sadness and love throughout this PMT
Apprenticeship. This has been an evolving process and continues to provide more conscious support in my life. Thank you to Robin and Darcy for their endearing compassion, love and kindness. Deeply grateful for there presence, wisdom and support." - D. Taylor, Nelson, BC
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Special thanks to: Nuna Anyi ; Meg Beeler; and others for the amazing work they do,
the information about despachos, and the images used for the banner on this page.
Heartfelt gratitude always to don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo for the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition.