16.03 & 17.03.2024.Initiation into Inka shamanism

Zagreb, Croatia

The Andean shamans say:

“Follow your own footsteps. Learn from the rivers, the trees and the rocks. Honor the
Christ, the Buddha, your brothers and sisters. Honor the Earth Mother and the Great Spirit. Honor yourself and all of Creation. Look with the eyes of your soul and commit to what is essential.”

Andean Shamanism is an indigenous earth honoring tradition. The mystical heritage of the Inka is one of the few indigenous spiritual traditions to have survived hundreds of years in an unbroken chain.

In the Andean cosmology the Universe, and everything in it, consists of “living energies“. We are all
forms of living energy, each with its own field of energy, qualities and frequencies. In this cosmology
there is no such thing as bad or good energy, simply energy that is either heavy or light.

This workshop provides a training that offers a combination of theoretical and experiential practices
that have been passed down through a long lineage of mystics with the emphasis on interaction with
the world of ‘living energies“.

You will learn the spiritual wisdom of the Inka and the basic concepts of their cosmovision, which sets
out a meaningful framework for practical and highly effective techniques.

You will learn the tools for freeing heavy energy from the body and learn how to transform energies
(that may lead to illness, depression and conflict) to create harmony, how to cleanse and replenish
your personal energy field.

You will learn:
about Andean cosmovision
how to connect with Cosmic energy
how to perceive your energy body
how to release heavy energy
how to fill yourself with light energy
how to cleanse your energy body
how to connect with Mother Earth’s energy
sacred law of reciprocity
about Inka seed
and much more…

Mirela V Neylan is an initiated Inka priestess. She trained with Juan Nuñez del Prado and the Q’ero
Masters (the direct descendants of the Inka) Don Humberto Sonqo, late Don Mariano Apasa and Don Mariano Quispe Flores. She had two Hatun Karpay intitiations in Peru.