And the main task of the healer is not to replace a doctor but to Supplement his work, to make the patient to feel its anatomical, energetic and spiritual integrity, the ability to reproduce, the ability to fight the biological, physical and social stress; a feeling of well-being. It is necessary to know not only the cause of the disease, but the conditions in which it evolved.
By law, the healer does not have the right diagnoses. but it can only determine the condition of the patient. Methods of work of the expert in nonconventional medicine, to ease the suffering of the patient, to maintain good physical and mental condition, prevent deterioration.
To promise a complete cure from the disease is not ethical and not right on the part of healer !!! Although in rare cases it may happen…
So that’s not a complete list of the main principles of work of the healer:
– a trusting relationship with the patient;
– the availability of diagnostic methods;
– the principle of treatment is to direct and intensify the internal and the body’s defenses; Continue reading
As we were preparing hallucinogenic cactus
In Peru we went to Machu Picchu, the Nazca lines and geoglyphs. The main purpose of our trip was a shamanic ceremony. It is a psychedelic plant changed the life of my husband a few years ago, so it is not surprising that a trip to the homeland of Ayahuasca was his dream. I, though quite a spiritual person and never checked in, but my curiosity won out and a few days ago I took part in the ceremony of San Pedro.
For those who don’t know, San Pedro is a cactus that contains the psychedelic drug mescaline (Mexican cactus Peyote). San Pedro grows mainly in the Andes, so San Pedro was used in the traditional religions of Peru over 3,000 years ago. When the Spaniards came with their Christian religion, they, of course, saw in the ceremonies of San Pedro solely the influence of the devil, although they recognized the healing properties of a magical cactus, the truth is that concerns the body and not the soul – treatment of hepatitis, inflammation of the kidneys and fever. In General, neither the Spaniards nor other religious fanatics are unable to exterminate the shamanic ceremony in Peru. However, somehow sacred knowledge of healing plants were preserved in many other Latin American countries. Continue reading