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The Mycelia Pathways Cultivating Ceremonial Presence

The Mycelia Pathways Cultivating Ceremonial Presence

A Four Days Exploration

with Ayama & Yati

  • May 15, 2024 - May 19, 2024

The Mycelia pathways have been utilized for millennia for spiritual and medicinal purposes by indigenous communities in America and Europe. This ancient medicine holds a rich history, intertwined with spiritual experiences and self-discovery as a rebirth. These little magical beings serve as allies in exploration and open neural pathways to euphoria, connectedness, and timelessness.

A rapidly growing body of scientific and medical research is focusing on their potential in treating addiction, anxiety, alienation, depression, isolation, and trauma. They enhance problem-solving, stimulate new ideas, dissolve conceptual or psychological blocks to creativity, and provide insights into the arts and sciences.

Embracing a life filled with gratitude and joy, they awaken us to initiation, reflection, and reconnection with our origins and the greater whole. These pathways allow us to realize the wonder of life and its interconnectedness, opening the mind to creative and new ways of thinking about the universal puzzle of beauty in the natural world and ones place as a piece in that puzzle.

The Mycelia pathways retreat is designed to fine-tune and authenticate a balance between indigenous traditions, modern culture, and science. This transformative experience combines breathwork, ice bath, ceremonial elements, music, silence, creativity, and meditation as tools for healing and self-discovery. Surrounded by community and the beauty of landscapes, participants connect with the natural world and the mycelia web as a sanctuary.

These four days foster a moment of gratitude for this sacred life in alignment with the highest manifestation of ones life and abilities.

*The event is limited to 20 people.

*Registration in advance is needed.

 

“Mushroom mycelium represents rebirth, rejuvenation, regeneration. Fungi generate soil that gives life” – Paul Stamets

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