Trippin' with Ni Yuxibu | 2020 | Part 2
Updated: Jan 8, 2021
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Merging with the Tribe
During our 2 week stay we got to experience the Huni Kuin tribe side by side, being part of their daily life, eating their food, sleeping in their wooden huts and being treated like one of them.
One day we were Hanging out with one of the elders, Txai Iskara in his home in Alta-Mira Village during our Ni Yuxibu 2020 journey. They were extremely friendly and offered us amazing home made food fresh from the jungle. Muito Haux!
Receiving paintings in the jungle is a sacred art. In this process we are connected to different spirit beings and energies. Every pattern aims to a different conciousness which can be animal or plant related. Walking around for many days like this makes it easier for the ethereal energies to find us through sacred geometry and start communicating with us in a more direct way. It also creates a closer bond to the jungle and all its inhabitants that live here in all different kinds of dimensions.
Communicating with arms, feet, gesture, body, mind, soul and technology. In a Tribe that didn't grow up in a westernized world it can be very difficult to understand our points of view and language. The core basic concept of communication is already challenged. Thanks to plant teachers like churru, nixi pae and others the level of awareness is brought to a heart based exchange that don't require understanding a language.
Hanging out in the jungle with the txais. Other cultures other rules. Kids are allowed to smoke weed here which is called churru and is seen as a holy medicine. The whole village is not allowed to drink alcohol though. I haven't seen them seriously argueing, I have never seen them fight or be verbaly aggresive. I see the kids interact with nature and play games all day long and barely have interesst in using technology.
Have you ever wondered why in a high rain environment like the rainforest the inhabitants still don't have umbrellas or raincoats to carry around at all times? Heavy rain can strike here out of nowhere in seconds. Well here you have the answer!
Into the sacred Dimension
The Kambo frog is used as a medicine extracting his fluids over night by tying his leg up, leaving him upside down until he is set free the next morning. The fluid is used as a type vaccine for all the poisonous animals in the forest. It is applied to a burned open part of the skin and creates an intense raise of energy shortly after. The process hits its peak vomiting and releasing all energy blocks energetically and physically to be ready for a lifetime in the rainforest. This process and sacred ritual is done 3 times to prepare the inhabitants of the jungle for all kinds of threats to the physical body by the constant surrounding toxic plant and animal kingdom.
One of our trippers making the discovery about the immense sacred sama uma tree in the acre amazon rainforest. It is very comforting spending time with this wisdom flowing creature. A feeling of home, connection and cared for is very usual when we take our travelers to this holy location. It can be similar to returning to the mothers womb.
Rapé is a principal medicine that finds its use in many different areas. It can serve as a very powerful cure for all kinds of blockages. Made of the master plant Tobacco it is used to pray with, to purify the body, clear the mind, refresh the soul and ground deep into mother earth. It brings healing to not only oneself but others and the planet. Being with the Spirit of Rapé one can also study this medicine and go through strong experiences if one feels the calling.
One of the sacred ingredients for Nixi Pae (Ayahuasca in Huni Kuin language) the magic tea that is brewed in the rainforest and used by indigenous people to enter the spirit realm. It creates an experience far beyond words to describe it and has the abiiliy to cure all illness known to mankind. Also it allows us to cure mother earth as an extension of nature itself.
Getting ready for a Nixi Pae ceremony...
Urucum is a very diverse plant. It serves many purposes like sunscreen and healing wounds but is also used for spiritual practices. One major use of the 'Bixa orellana' plant is for body, face, and hair paint either for decorative purposes or as a medicine to cure from evil spirits and all kinds of illnesses.
to be continued...
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