Peruvian Retreat Offers Soul Medicine of the Andes
May 11, 2015 04:05PM
What do the New York Times, Lisa Ling and The Huffington Post have in common? They’ve all featured stories on Ayahuasca, the potentially life-changing Amazonian brew that has been compared to “10 years of therapy in a single night.” For a complete, guided experience, consider Soul Medicine of the Andes: An Ayahuasca and San Pedro Retreat in the Sacred Valley of Pisac, Peru, on August 9–21. The retreat includes preparation and information sessions prior to leaving. Organized and led by Susan Menahem and James Fedor, clinical therapists practicing here in New Jersey, the retreat features two reputable and gifted Shamans, and guests will stay in comfortable bed and breakfast lodgings in Pisac. Those who’ve tried Ayahuasca report experiencing a heightened sense of consciousness, connecting to that which is highest in us, releasing and healing emotional wounds, releasing emotional disease leading to physical disease, and gaining new insights into life.