Ask LIU! Ayahuasca ceremonies in Gran Canaria

Ayahuasca ceremonies, also known as “Vine of the Soul,” are spiritual rituals that involve the consumption of a psychoactive brew made from the ayahuasca plant. The plant, native to the Amazon rainforest, has been used for centuries by indigenous tribes for healing, divination, and spiritual growth.

How it Works

Participants in an ayahuasca ceremony typically gather in a group, led by a trained shaman or curandero, who prepares and serves the brew. The ceremony takes place in a dimly lit space, often with traditional music playing, and participants are encouraged to lie down and focus on their inner selves. The effects of the ayahuasca can vary, but typically include intense hallucinations, heightened emotions, and a sense of euphoria.

The Benefits

The ayahuasca experience is often described as a journey of self-discovery, allowing individuals to confront and overcome personal traumas and negative patterns of behavior. It is also believed to offer spiritual insights and a greater understanding of one’s place in the world.

Things to Keep in Mind

However, it is important to note that ayahuasca ceremonies are not for everyone. The effects of the brew can be intense and overwhelming, and individuals with certain mental health conditions, such as severe depression or anxiety, should not participate. It is also important to seek out reputable shamans or organizations, as the brew can be dangerous if prepared improperly.

For digital nomads in Gran Canaria, Ayahuasca ceremonies can be an opportunity to take a break from the digital world and experience a deeper spiritual connection. It’s a unique way to explore the natural world, and it can be a powerful tool for personal growth. However, it is also important to keep in mind the potential risks and to approach the experience with caution and proper research.

Our community members have shared one recommendation for ayahuasca ceremonies in Gran Canaria. Check this recommendation below.

Disclaimer

Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.


Any mushroom / ayahuasca ceremonies in Gran Canaria?

Nieves García-Mujer Medicina, you can find her website, Facebook and Instagram via Google.
L | 30-12-2022

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