Prices
  • Deluxe Queen – $1,562.00
  • Private Queen – $1,463.00
  • Deluxe Double (Shared Room) – $1,262.00
  • Deluxe Double - Shared bath (Shared Room) – $1,202.00
  • Deluxe Quad (Shared Room) – $1,130.00
  • Standard Shared Housing – $1,082.00
  • Shared Dorm Housing – $920.00
  • Camping – $890.00
  • Commuter – $830.00

Cost includes event fee, lodging for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and awesome vegetarian meals starting with dinner on Thursday and ending with lunch on Sunday.

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Intiq Wiracocha’s Return: A Shamanic Awakening of Higher Consciousness and Spiritual Healing in Our Lives

With Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo

September 20 - 23, 2018

An Antisuyu sponsored ceremonial medicine gathering with don Oscar Miro-Quesada

It has long been understood by Andean tradition peoples that attaining a balanced expression of mind and spirit is the alchemical elixir for shape-shifting the ills of humankind. The shamanic ritual arts known as the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition originated by don Oscar Miro-Quesada are an exemplary means of bringing our human consciousness into wholesome affinity with ordinarily dismissed dimensions of spiritual reality. The harmonious union of mind and spirit, of self-reflexive awareness and Self-illuminating transcendence, is considered the quintessential Magnum Opus of shamanic mastery and gnostic initiation into the Great Work.

The living cosmovision of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism—derived from the perennial wisdom of Andean mysticism—offers a path of Self-realization in healing service to our entire earth community. Focused on mindfully safeguarding and spiritually revitalizing our human connection to natural landscape shrines, mountains, rivers, forests, stones, flora, and fauna comprising the geographical region where we live, this ceremonial medicine gathering is open to all who feel the call to be a source of healing light in the world. Through our rituals we heal the earth, through healing the earth we heal ourselves, and in healing ourselves we reverently engage the generosity of Creation’s dreaming. This is the great alchemical elixir born from the sacred marriage of Mind and Spirit.

Aligned in shamanic vision and ceremonial artistry embodied by Inka descendants inhabiting the Antisuyu (northeast region) territory of pre-Columbian Heart Island (South America), we shall enter into deep communion with the powers and forces, nature beings and spirit helpers, animal allies and starlight emissaries, that comprise the soul animated tapestry reflected in Sky and Earth. Learning to harness the beneficent transformational healing powers available through such communion we drink of the well spring as adepts of the Great Work. Such is the secret to ‘growing corn and potatoes’ in seven generation beautifying service to Pachamama- allowing Intiq, the unbridled Solar radiance of our fully awakened minds, to be the vessel for the materialization of Wiracocha, Great Spirit, within the life of humankind.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • How to ensure one’s life choices are in alignment with universal spiritual truth.
  • Daily practices for the purification of faulty thinking and over reliance on the ego mind.
  • A ritual skill conducive to the merging of our individual and universal souls as a shamanic initiation and embrace of Great Originating Mystery.
  • The art of mihushanku (ritual earth feedings) for spirit based healing of psychological distress associated with post-modern living.
  • Ceremonial approaches to befriending the natural world in the form of offerings of gratitude for the sacred gift of life.
  • Andean teachings on paqokuna pilgrimage in honor of the fall equinox as an opportunity for restoring reciprocal energetic exchange (ayni) within all our earthly affairs.
  • The creation and ritual management of a sacred shamanic altar for receiving spiritual insight and guidance in healing service to self, others and the world at large.

WHAT TO BRING:

  1. A 24” x 24” ceremonial altar ground cloth
  2. The five directional pieces (stone, shell, feather, candle and your most meaningful shamanic medicine piece as shown in the PMT Basic Mesa diagram provided, click here to access it)
  3. Any other power objects and/or ritual artifacts able to fit within your 24” x 24” ceremonial space that you are led to bring
  4. A sacred sound maker(s) of your choice
  5. A ½ cup sampling each of soil, water, and fresh or dry plant material of your choice taken from the most immediate natural environment to where you live
  6. A fist sized stone relative (rock) and five secondary smaller quartz and/or granite type stones
  7. A black top and white slacks/skirts for ceremonial dress
  8. A printed photographic copy of your most cherished spirit guide
  9. A printed photographic copy of your most respected living or deceased traditional wisdom keeper
  10. A printed photographic copy of your ideal Self

Schedule:

Thursday, September 20
3-6pm Check-in
6-7pm Dinner
8-10:30pm Lodge

Friday, September 21
8-9am Breakfast
10am-12pm Lodge
12:30-1:30pm Lunch
2-5pm Lodge
6-7pm Dinner
8-10:30pm Lodge

Saturday, September 22 (Fall Equinox)
8-9am Breakfast
10am-12pm Lodge
12:30-1:30pm Lunch
2-5pm Lodge
6-7pm Dinner
8-10:30pm: Fall Equinox Ceremony

Sunday, September 23
7:30-11am Check-out
8-9am Breakfast
10am-12pm- Closing
12-1pm Lunch & Departure

Check-Out is at 11am on Sunday. You may check-out early before the morning session begins. There will be safe places to put your luggage.

*** Please Note the Schedule is subject to change

Teacher

Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo
Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo is a respected kamasqa curandero and altomisayoq adept from Peru, founder of The Heart of the Healer (THOTH), originator of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism. An internationally acclaimed shamanic teacher and healer, earth-honoring ceremonialist and author, don Oscar is OAS Fellow in Ethnopsychology and member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle and Birth 2012 Welcoming Committee. He has been guiding ethno-spiritual pilgrimages to sacred sites of the world since 1986, with special emphasis on Peru and Bolivia. He is a popular faculty member at The Shift Network and educational centers in the USA and abroad, dedicating his life…
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