Hummingbirds Journey To God: Perspective
John Hunt Publishing, 11 de mai de 2010 - 270 páginas
San Pedro, a visionary and hallucinogenic brew derived from the mescaline-based Trichocereus pachanoi or 'cactus of vision', is one of Peru’s most important and powerful teacher plants. For thousands of years this brew has been drunk by spiritual seekers and those who need healing, and has cured a wide variety of physical problems, including cancer, diabetes, paralysis and pneumonia, and emotional and psychological issues such as alcoholism, heartbreak and grief. Those who work with it say San Pedro brings us closer to God. There has been no book specifically written about the shamanic use of San Pedro…until now. This important volume is therefore a first of its kind. In it, Ross Heaven looks at the healing and ceremonial usage of San Pedro, with interviews and case studies from shamans and participants who offer their remarkable stories of instant cures and spiritual insights.
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Hummingbird Medicine The History and Use of San Pedro
Paradise is in the Plant The Perspective of Science
The Outsider Woman The Perspective and Experiences of the Healer
The Journeys of Others The Perspectives and Experiences of the Healed The Accounts of San Pedro Drinkers
Every Illness is Psychosomatic The MindBody Connection The Perspective of Western Psychology in Relation to San Pedro Healing
The Hummingbird Takes Us to God The San Pedro Cosmology The Perspective of Andean Healing and Curanderismo
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