05 DAYS SWEDEN MAY

WELCOME

SWEDEN 05 DAYS RETREAT


South of Stockholm

Norra Sorunda


3rd  to 7th May


 

  • 02 AYAHUASCA CEREMONIES
  • 01 SAN PEDRO HUACHUMA CEREMONY
  • 01 MUSHROOM CEREMONY
  • KAMBO AND MORE
  • WITH 02 NATIVE PERUVIAN AMAZON SHAMANS  AND ONE AUSTRALIAN HEALER



IMPORTANT 


FOR JOIN THE FULL RETREAT EVERY PARTICIPANT WILL BE INTERVIEWED AND FOR THE MUSHROOM CEREMONY  AN INTERVIEW WITH THE MUSHROOM SHAMAN WILL REQUIRED and HIS APPROVAL TO TAKE PART IN THE CEREMONY.



 

WE INVITE YOU TO A MAGICAL SPACE WHERE WE HAVE A MEETING WITH THE GREAT SPIRITS



AYAHUASCA FROM THE AMAZON AND SAN PEDRO FROM THE MOUNTAINS



Taita Inti is a spiritual project that provides different tools to people.


Tools to help people to OPEN and RECONNECT with their HEARTS.


In other words, EMPOWER PEOPLE to find the BALANCE that is necessary to LIVE a HAPPY LIFE in HARMONY with themselves and with the environment.



When we find BALANCE, we RECONNECT with OUR HEARTS, and we also RECONNECT WITH  ALL THE ASPECTS OF OUR HUMANITY.




We WAKE UP  to a NEW WAY OF SEEING and EXPERIENCING  LIFE.


 

We WAKE UP to a NEW FORM OF CONSCIOUSNESS and in this contect HEALING BECOMES A REAL.

As we can see, the word Ayahuasca already involves a consciousness that is speaking with us and this is why people in the Amazon have respect for this Sacred Plant. AYAHUASCA is combined with another plant named CHACRUNA or HUAMBISA.


Both plants contain DMT - a substance that we carry in our brains and that is released in a tremendous amount at the moment of our death.


DMT is a substance that is being researched by the medical system and it is not the intent of this article to touch these areas in particular but we kindly invite you to take a look. There are several documentaries, scientific research, books and more about DMT and near death experiences.


San Pedro

Trichocereus Pachanoi, is a columnar cactus native to the Andean mountains of Peru, and Ecuador. Some of the indigenous names for San Pedro are: huachuma, chuma, and wachuma. It is one of the four most sacred plants of Peru, along with Tobacco, Ayahuasca and Coca.

 


The shamanic used had been found back in time in different cultures inside of Peru until 1500 B.C , when the spanish came to conquer the Incas ,several years later, in the Peruvian colonial time, the people started to use the name of San Pedro, because its a plant that can open for you the doors to the heaven. Just like San Pedro from the bible text.


 

The natives and Shamans typically prepare the San Pedro by slicing and then boiling pieces of the stem for a few hours; afterwards the liquid that is left is taken orally. The cacti is said to be bitter, but not to unbearable however. San Pedro can also be taken from a powder that is made from drying out the cactus.



GENERAL INFORMATION



There are certain things to consider before attending a ceremony.




1. Do you qualify medically to be part in this event?


Antidepressants, sleeping pills, antibiotics or drugs like cocaine, heroin etc. can be fatal in combination with Ayahuasca or San Pedro.


It’s important that you consult your doctor so that you know how much time your body needs to be free from these substances in your blood. For some medications it is sufficient to avoid them 48 hours before a ceremony, but it’s important to check. Chronic heart problems, hepatic and immune system problems should also be regarded.


Please check with us about for further information while we interview you and DO NOT HIDE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR MEDICAL SITUATION, WE WANT THE BEST FOR YOU ! Click in MEDICAL ADVICE for more information.


MEDICAL ADVICE




2. Are you mentally ready?


Ayahuasca and San Pedro are not a recreational drug, people in PERU consider these plants as MEDICINAL and SACRED. It is a strong spirit that will open your perception of the reality. Such information can be difficult to handle for some people – it can blow your mind. It’s essential that you do a ceremony with somebody that has experience working with this plant, like a shaman. If you have mental disorders, it is imperative that you let the person in charge of the ceremony know, because depending on your problem the shaman can better understand if Ayahuasca can help you or not.




3. What are your intentions?


Even if you only want to do some self-exploration or are just curious about Ayahuasca - to have an intention is always good. Your intention is going to help you to set an anchor for your journey. Intentions can be as concrete and youwant, like healing or understanding a specific issue or just general as what does Ayahuasca have for me?


Ayahuasca is definitely an excellent source of information. Ayahuasca has learned how to communicate with humans. She is the consciousness of the forest talking to us openly.


Ayahuasca helps us to make our unconscious conscious, and through this process, we can see, we become observers and thus can find the roots of our problems.



With Ayahuasca you are able to experience death, a small spiritual death where your fears, your ego, your habits and your attachments must disappear so that you can be reborn again as pure and clean as when you came for the first time. Death in this sense only means transformation.


Taking Ayahuasca is a ceremony which begins with the preparation of Ayahuasca. There are many details that people must know to achieve all the benefits of these plants. What do you know about Ayahuasca ceremonies? What do you know about Ikaros and diets? At the beginning of the ceremony the shaman starts singing the Ikaros, then the purging (vomiting) begins (which is not a must) and after that visions may appear. Visions of your light and your darkness. You will meet your fears, desires, and wishes. If you want to grow, to evolve, you must confront them and accept the consequences.






RETREAT  PROGRAM 


Remember every group and retreat is different, and we will adjust to the group requirements. Therefore, adjustments to the PROGRAM are possible while the RETREAT  is developing.



We usually start picking people from our meeting point at , and people can arrive until 8 pm max. We finish on the last day of the retreat always before midday. You will receive a meal before going home.


 


All our events require you to bring a yoga mat, sleeping bag, bottle for water and red light flashlight for the ceremonies; they are easy to be washed in case of incidents. We provide beds for after ceremony is finished.


 


The day of the retreat has a light meal. You can have food until 2 pm. If you cannot follow the dieta for longer than a week we recommend to go vegan for 07 days before the event. Do not drink alcohol; use contraindicated medications, drugs and other plant medicines.




Day 1 FRIDAY


Transfer from local town meeting point to retreat place FROM 3 PM

Welcome, registration & orientation, Intentions

Tarot Readings *If necessary


1st Ayahuasca ceremony NIGHT TIME

Diner / Light Meal

 


Day 2 SATURDAY 


Kambo or Tobacco Purge / 60 EUR EXTRA

BREAKFAST


Sharing Circle

Free time

Light LUNCH

2nd Ayahuasca ceremony DAYTIME /3 pm

Dinner after ceremony

 


Day 3 SUNDAY


Kambo or Tobacco Purge / 60 EUR EXTRA

San Pedro Ceremony DAYTIME STARTS AT 9 AM

(CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SAN PEDRO)

FRUITS AROUND 4 PM

The closing of the ceremony Gratitude and Thanks

Vegetarian Dinner

 


Day 4 MONDAY


 Kambo or Tobacco Purge, 60 EUR EXTRA

Breakfast

Lunch

MUSHROOM NIGHT TIME INDOORS,

Lunch A light meal

(vegetables soup, bread)

FREE TIME

 


Day 5 TUESDAY


WE SAY GOODBYE!

Brunch & Sharing Circle

Final instructions for aftercare

We finish around midday by this time everyone should be ready to be transported to the meeting point again






ABOUT THE MEETING POINT 



Meeting point information will be sent to you a week before the retreat.

If you need to book bus or train tickets, we will let you know where the nearest train or bus station to the meeting point is from where we will pick you up.


All this information is only going to be provided to people that are already booked for the retreat and that had to confirm their participation by paying the deposit.




TAITA INTI TEAM


Naysha



Naysha is an internationally-known Peruvian Curandera. Curandera (or Curanderita) is the name pertaining to female shamans and healers of the Amazon. There are many different kinds of medicine women depending on their specialty of focus - they all have their own different kinds of tools, techniques, and ways of healing.


Naysha heals through medicinal plants, ceremonies, music and traditions and is adept in the shamanic world.  Her connection with plant medicine started before she was born. Her mother could not have children so she, like many Peruvians, went to the shamans to find healing after the medical system had failed her.


The shamanic treatment was successful and Naysha was conceived. Naysha, later, worked as a lawyer for the Peruvian government. This was when she realized that to change society, the individual must first change from the inside. She felt a calling and thus quit her job to go to the Amazonian jungle. There, she remained for several years, learning different healing techniques from the plants and studying with the shamans on how to work with the plant’s, life then brought her from the jungle to the very north of Sweden, north of the polar circle.


For two years, she lived together with the Sami people - an indigenous community of shamans where they shared their ways of living with her. From there, she went back to the Amazon once again to continue her Shamanic training. These last 3 years, she has been traveling around Europe, Asia, and South America holding ceremonies and sharing the healing ways of her teachers from the Amazon through a organisation she started, named Taita Inti. Today she is embarking on creating a global community that involves women - bringing women together to help themselves to reconnect, open, heal and transform their lives. Medicine Woman is an NGO - a movement with the aim of creating a series of documentaries about medicine women around the planet - their ancient knowledge, traditional ways of healing, and their sacred role in the connection and protection of our Mother Earth. Join Naysha as she shares with you her otherworldly experiences and wisdom she gained from her Shamanic training in the Amazon, from doing spiritual work on herself and facilitating the healing of people around the world under the guidance of the Spirit of the Plants.


www.naysha.blog






Darryl Guy






There are times in our lives that despite our best efforts life get out of balance.

One of the quickest ways to regain that balance is to have a session with a Shamanic Healer – within one session it is possible to feel a great shift and your sense of well-being returns. This allows YOU to be empowered and to move forward with ease.


As an international shaman and healer who for over 25 years has had the honor and privilege to sit and learn from some of the world’s leading elders, shaman, medicine men and women from Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Tibet, Peru & Uruguay my work can vary when needed.


My work includes; Spirit extraction, Exorcism, Energetic Alignment, Working with Hara, Soul Retrieval, Deeper psychological work with SoulFlight,  Counseling, Healing in one to one sessions and leading plant medicine ceremonies with San Pedro and Mushrooms as well as supporting work in

Ayahuasca ceremony and leads workshops that provide instruction to learn practical techniques for self-maintenance and bringing one’s body intelligence to the forefront.


I am dedicated to this work, with a strong intent to help those who would like to regain the quality of life that may be missing.


KNOW MORE ABOUT DARRYL’S WORK

www.threeworlds.se



Inin Nini



ININ NINI is a mystic and medicine woman from North who works as a Soul Guide and healer. ININ is a well-known voice in Latvia, who talks about the plant medicine, shamanism and mystical path of the Soul. Her knowledge comes from deep learnings with one of the greatest cantadoras (storytellers) and Jung analysts of our times – Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes (author of the book “Women who run with the Wolves”). As well as from the Dreamwork studies with her teacher Robert Moss and deep learnings at Mystic School that gave her initiation to guide Souls on their Life Path through most important passages of their lives.


ININ NINI is a part of the world traveling healer family TAITA INTI. Her initiation as a shaman healer comes from Shipibo plant healer tradition in Amazon. In Latvia, she works with her M O O N L I G H T tribe to bring healing and change in peoples hearts, minds, and society.


FOLLOW ININ AND HER WORK


https://web.facebook.com/moonlight.tribe/





RETREAT PRICES

800  EUR


50 EUR DISCOUNT FOR PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS


VOLUNTEER PROGRAM


FREE FOR PEOPLE THAT CAN PROVE THEY HAVE FINANCIAL OR HEALTH PROBLEMS THAT DOES NOT ALLOW THEM TO WORK


800 EUR


The retreat includes:


01 Tarot READING to help setting intentions, this will take place before the retreat. You will be contact via email to book a time and date.

The reading is done by Mae Seracarpio


02 Ayahuasca ceremonies ,

01  San Pedro ceremony and

01 Mushroom Ceremony

01 Flower Bath Cleansing



Transfers to and from the meeting point.

All accommodation for 04 nights. 

All set meals during the retreat, water and other refreshments.


Preparation document

  Time to speak with the Shamans


YOU CAN ALSO BOOK


OPTION 02

02 Ayahuasca ceremonies for 550 EUR

OPTION 03

02 Ayahuasca ceremonies + 01 San Pedro ceremony for 600 EUR

OPTION 04 

01 San Pedro ceremony for 300 EUR

OPTION 05

01 Ayahuasca ceremony  + 01 San Pedro ceremony for 550 EUR

OPTION 06

01 Msuhroom ceremony  for 300 EUR


Tobacco Purge 60 EUR


Kambo 60 EUR


EXTRA TAROT READING 60 EUR







ABOUT OUR PRICES

800 EUR

That includes


TRADITIONAL CEREMONIES 

04 TRADITIONAL CEREMONIES ( Live Ikaro Singing) .

03 TRAINED SHAMANS HOLDING THE CEREMONIES AND AVAILABLE FOR ANSWERING ALL YOUR QUESTIONS.

Naysha the Shaman Leader of the group speaks fluent English and Spanish, she will be helping her shaman team with translation. 



MAX NUMBER OR PARTICIPANTS

12 PARTICIPANTS MAXIMUM


DIFERENT KIND OF PLANTS

ALL OF OUR PLANTS HAS BEEN PREPARED IN PERU BY THE TEAM FOLLOWING THE TRADITIONAL WAYS.

OUR PLANTS  COMES FROM SUSTAINABLE FARMS.


We work very personalize , we have Ayahuasca mixed with other plants according to what is need it .


Aya with Bobimsana for open the heart for example. For more information you can ask during the interview.


 


OUR FOOD

We take a lot of care with the food we provide at our retreats. All of our food is vegetarian, dairy free with the only occasional exception of butter. We are able to provide for most diets such as vegan, lactose free, gluten free, raw food diet etc, just let us know in your booking form and we will make sure there are tasty options available for you at your retreat.




ACCOMODATION


PRICES INCLUDE THE ACCOMMODATION. Most of the time we have shared rooms with comfortable beds but if this is not available you will be notified early enough. 


INTEGRATION PROCCES

AFTER THE RETREAT HAS FINISHED (You will be able to stay in touch and contact the shamans if you need it) TAITA INTI TEAM is VERY AWARE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS PART OF THE SPIRITUAL PROCESS WITH AYAHUASCA.

 

MORE TO KNOW ABOUT US

We like to work individually and to create a good relationship between you, us and the group. In small groups this is easier than in bigger groups where the shamans don’t even remember the name of the participants.


We WORK with DRIED SAN PEDRO (dehyrated cactus) that will be prepared during the retreat. WE DO NOT WORK WITH POWDER . We like the ceremonial part of preparing our own medicines. 









HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE ?




Carefully read all information provided in this LINK.

 

 

Set a date and time for an INTERVIEW with NAYSHA.


Every participant has to pass through this important process where Naysha will ask you a few questions regarding your medical conditions, intentions and such. You will also have time to ask her the questions you need to be answered.

 

If after reading all this information you want to join the ceremony:

 

CONTACT NAYSHA IN HER WHATSAPP ACCOUNT:

+4676-799-6795

for the INTERVIEW

 

AFTER THE INTERVIEW AND WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED, NAYSHA WILL SEND YOU AN EMAIL WITH A BOOKING FORM .

FILL OUT THE BOOKING FORM, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT THE BOOKING FORM CONTAINS

 

WAIT TO RECEIVE A DOCUMENT WITH MORE INFORMATION TO HELP YOURSELF FOR A  BETTER PREPARATION FOR THIS EVENT

 

NAYSHA IT WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS AFTER YOUR BOOKING, WHEN POSSIBLE

 

 


WHAT TO BRING?


Once you have booked and paid for your place, you will receive a preparation brochure which will give you a full list of things to bring for your specific retreat.


Some of the usual things you will need to bring are:

a bath towel, yoga mat, sleeping bag, a small pillow to use during the ceremony, 1 litre bottle for water, pen & paper, small flashlight.












Frequently Asked Questions




We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions here to help you more, please read the below and hopefully, any further questions you have will be answered. But if you do have more questions, please get in contact with us by email to: info@taitainti.com




Can I fly out / go home the same day the retreat ends?




The retreats usually end approx. 11am. We would recommend that you make plans to go home 1pm ish just in case the morning events take longer.


Can I bring my dog/pet to keep me company?


We are afraid this is not possible, many of our venues do not allow animals, and we also

have to consider other participants and their needs. Also, the retreat is based on you and it is important to remember that.




What are the sizes of the groups?


We concentrate on smaller groups of people so you get more out of the ceremonies and our time, we usually have no more than 10-12 people in each group and there are usually at least 3 facilitators working with each group.


Can I stay at the venue after the retreat?


Unfortunately, we usually hire the venues in which we have ceremonies and venues usually run on a strict time policy, which means we have to give the venue back the same day.



Where will I meet you?


When will I receive details of where to meet? We will notify you by email about the closest train station or airport at the time of booking. 1 week before the retreat we will contact you by email and confirm meeting point details for you.



Do you have internet or Wi-Fi?


Some of our venues do have Wi-Fi but not all, so please check with us about your specific retreat and we will confirm.


Can I check email or receive phone calls or text messages?


Please only do so to let loved ones know that you are safe. Distractions in whatever form will not help you while you work with the medicine. Please note there is a strict policy of no mobile phones within the ceremony room whilst the ceremony is in progress, it is a distraction to you and to others and it is a breach of privacy



Is it a good idea to come to your retreat as a couple?


This really depends on what kind of relationship you have. If you have been together for a long time, have a solid relationship, and have already worked through most of your issues together then coming on the retreat together could be a good thing and could even help deepen your relationship further. However, if your relationship is in any way volatile then we don’t recommend coming together



TESTIMONIALS







READINGS WE RECOMMEND


( CLICK IN THE TITLES )


IS AYAHUASCA GOOD FOR YOU ?


AYAHUASCA DEATHS


SPIRITUAL DEATHS WITH AYAHUASCA



NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS, AYAHUASCA AND HOW TO GET RID OF THEM



AYAHUASCA, MARIJUANA, AND ENERGIES



-LOVE AND GRATITUDE-

 








 

 

 











































































Ayahuasca



Ayahuasca is a tool for opening, cleansing, healing, transforming, diagnosing, revealing and learning.


There are several such tools, so how can you know if Ayahuasca is the right tool for you?


Ayahuasca is not a magic wand that will solve all your problems.



It is essential that you have that understanding in advance so that you are not disappointed with what you get or do not get.


The plants and the spirit world give us what we need, not what we want.


Ayahuasca is a plant that is sacred to many native South American indigenous and non-indigenous traditions, born in the rainforest the etymology of the word Ayahuasca is rooted in the QUECHUA language and means:



AYA ( soul or death ) +  HUASCA ( vine): VINE OF THE DEATH


In the SHIPIBO tradition, the word used for Ayahuasca is NISHI COBIN which means ‘drink of wisdom‘ or ‘drink of the wise.’ The SHIPIBO people is an Indigenous tribe that is found in Peru where Ayahuasca is one of the essential parts of the culture.