Ayahuasca more hints is not a party drug, It’s an incredibly strong psychotropic substance that will send you on an all-night psychological journey that is many times more powerful and incapacitating than a full dose of LSD. People do not take it because it’s fun, they take it because they are struggling with something or want to improve themselves. They take it because it’s said to try to to the work of eight years of therapy in eight hours, and to also help finally kick an addiction or help with severe depression. Therapy, as you might know, is hard. There is crying, there’s darkness, then there’s movement forward and healing once you discover something approximating the reality . So it is with ayahuasca, but mightily condensed and amplified.
So dropping into a retreat while you happen to be in Peru, without much preparation, would be kind of like exposure to climb Kilimanjaro with a pair of sneakers and a vague wish to do something cool, more hints you can visit the website. It’s just not a good idea. People do it, especially naive tourists who see a sign advertising it when they arrive to the jungle. But I really do not recommend this. For at least three days before the ceremony and three days after, you cannot have sugar, oil, spicy food, dairy products, fermented foods, pork and red meat, caffeine, or sexual contact.
No pisco sours, yogurt, alpaca or cui, tea or coffee, or sexual contact with my husband? Honestly, the idea of managing my diet so closely while we were traveling through such a rich culinary culture was just not appealing to me. Or trying to eat so clean while traveling anywhere, for that matter. That takes a lot of prep and focus, which is hard to do when you don’t have access to a kitchen. We could have stayed to do a ceremony in Madre de Dios, but there weren’t any good vegan restaurant in town to help us prepare, and that is a total of at least seven additional days that we didn’t really have more hints about retreat you can find at yourhighesttruth.com.