January 5-19, 2013 – Extension through January 24
Discover how the ancient people of Peru have managed the balance of the physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies.
Imagine yourself wandering the ancient city of Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains with the former head archaeologist of this iconic site as your guide.
Gain access to many of the most popular sacred sites and also some of the most hidden, remote healing areas of this beautiful land, while journeying to your own source and inner knowing.
Immerse yourself in private healing ceremonies with a variety of masterful healers as you explore the next step of your spiritual evolution.
Learn ancient plant medicine with one of the most skilled Ayahuasceros alive.
Experience firsthand the power of the ley lines and special vortexes. See why so many beautiful archaeological monuments have been built to honor these powerful energy centers.
See the famous Nazca Lines – One hypothesis is that the Nazca people created them to be seen by their gods in the sky.
Connect with your own self-knowledge, intuition and inner health while enjoying fabulous exotic meals and resting in private bungalows, charming hotels and peaceful retreat centers.
Our trip also includes healing opportunities with group leader, Rev Angela Mandato LMT, NCTMB. www.resonatingmiracles.com
From the age of nine, Angela has been studying indigenous cultures and practicing the teachings of ancient mystery schools. A mystic at heart, she uses her gifts of intuition to benefit mankind in a variety of ways.
Angela is a graduate of Sensory Development
Institute and the Healing the Light Body School. She is also certified in Soul Communication, Soul Facilitation and Soulful Leadership.
Dr. Ruben Orellana, former head archaeologist of Machu Picchu, will expertly guide our exciting adventure.
Dr. Orellana has been an external consultant to the National Institute of Culture in Cusco, Peru and was Director of Andean Shamanic Journeys. Dr. Orellana’s career as an archaeologist culminated with his being named the Head of Archaeology at Machu Picchu, where he discovered 44 new sites surrounding the Crystal City, including the North Inca Trail.