Tepezcohuite - Mimosa Teniuflora
Ancestral Mayan ceremony in a jungle setting
- 3 hr3 hours
- 8,000 Mexican pesosMX$8,000
Tepezcohuite originates from the south of Mexico and Guatemala and it was used by Mayas as a tool that helped them to connect to spirits of ancestors. The ceremony is a way of profound self-discovery and a powerful healing tool which help people to overcome conditions that traditional medicine can't cure: addictions, mental disorders, even serious ones like schizophrenia, mania or paranoia, "entity possession" and so on. The medicine also helps to understand and solve personal and family karma, eliminate destructive repeating patterns in your life, remove energetic blockages of any kind as well as subconscious programming. The meeting point for this 3 hour journey is at Bufo Alvarius Sanctuary, from where you are transferred to our jungle spot 20 minutes away. First you will leave your offering to the Aluzes, a little elf like creatures that inhabits the area and are known to make tricks if not asked permission the use their space. The offering can be for example flowers, cacao, tobacco, fruits, seeds or candles etc. As a preparation for tepezcohuite intake you will be served rapeh. After the medicine intake you will have opportunity to dive in the private cenote and explore ancestral ceremonial cave, where you can still find remains of pre-hispanic artefacts and altars. Before booking this ceremony prepare yourself avoiding sex, red meat, salt, drugs, sugar, processed food and alcohol from the day before the ceremony and please allow us 24h notice to prepare as well, because the facilitator will take the medicine with you to purge and channel energies with you. Extra persons cab be added for 6000mxn.
Please let us know if you can’t attend or you need to reschedule with anticipation. An advance payment of 1000mxn will be charged in this case for the second reservation. — Háganos saber si no puede asistir o si necesita reprogramar con anticipación. Se cobrará en este caso un anticipo de 1000mxn para la segunda reserva.
Bufo Alvarius, Tulum, Q.R., México