Rebekah Shaman works specifically with plant medicines to help spread plant ‘consciousness’, and assists those in the concrete jungles to live more shamanically, reconnecting them back to Nature and the natural cycles and rhythms of life. Over the past eighteen years she has worked closely with Ayahuasca, Cannabis and Cacao, the ‘feminine’ medicines. Having apprenticed with Ayahuasca in the Amazon by a traditional, indigenous Shaman in 1998, who called her in a vision at Machu Picchu, Rebekah returned to London to complete her training in the urban concrete jungle.
- Works with ayahuasca, cacao, and cannabis
- Over 18 years with ayahuasca
- How Rebekah Shaman became a shaman in the Amazon
- Rebekah's journey back to London
- Shaman's Last Apprentice (2004)
- Using ayahuasca as a crutch
- How to properly do ayahuasca
- Dependency on ayahuasca
- Ayahuasca visions
- Psychedelic voyagers vs people looking for healing
- Appropriate ayahuasca aftercare
- "Shamans" everywhere in the West
- Drinking ayahuasca in the US/UK vs in Amazon
- Awareness and awakening
- Kali Yuga
- World affairs and government
- Cacao ceremonies
- Women's cacao ceremonies
- Laws are actually not real
- Buddha and cannabis
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