We put a lot of effort into living ecologically and in harmony with nature. We try to minimalize our negative impact on the environment around us by:
This is very important to us because it plays an important role in creating positive energy in a place we’ve designated for healing.
We also buy mostly organic produce, most of which comes directly from our neighbors.
Up to 50% of our human waste is organic; unfortunately these days most of it ends up being mixed in the same containers with non-organic waste and disposed of anywhere, especially in the city. It does not have to be and should not be this way. Organic waste can be used as compost – it is good for the environment and beneficial for all garden owners. It takes just a bit of good will and some preparation to start composting.
Composting is a natural method of waste disposal and management of all organic waste. It consists of two main processes: mineralization under aerobic conditions and humification. The elevated temperature at which these processes occur (up to 70 C) and the presence of molds, which produce antibiotic substances, ensure the destruction of all pathogenic micro-organisms and weed seeds. The result is a stable humus substance which can be used as organic fertilizer.
The Czech Republic has always been a country of religious change and revolution. Currently more than 60% of the population declares to be atheist, thus it is one of the most religiously “neutral” countries in the world, and that is precisely why our workshops take place here.
In addition, throughout the stay we organize different kinds of games and attractions – from breathing lessons to hiking in nearby mountains or making ritual bonfires – all depending on the individual energy and needs of each group.
Ayahuasca originally meant creeper of the dead. Indigenous Indians used it in order to connect with the wisdom of their ancestry.
Today, this ancient tradition comes out of its hiding in the jungles of the Amazon to spread all over the world. In this era of awakening it too, similar to other precious ancient practices, e.g. Hermetic Tibetan Buddhism, has to adapt to local customs, as well as contemporary people’s minds and their needs.
( C ) 2015 site is informative only and expresses the private views of the author . Organizer of shamanic demonstrations in the Czech Republic weights no way associated with This page . Some of the described plants can be illegal.