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Stepping Into The Fire (full ayahuasca documentary)

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  • 1. Stepping Into The Fire (full ayahuasca documentary)I WANTED TO SHARE THIS…..with some very important cautions!!This can and has been a opening experience for many that have taken it…a very few have alsodied as well.I worked a couple of different times in Hospitals in drug and alcohol treatment and althoughmany things can open you up to more awareness, if one does not know what to do or have aperson….a Shaman is used in this movie to help and guide…One can get lost in places that maynot be so easy to get back from…lost in the land without doors or maybe too MANYDOORS…..Saw this too many times with patients that were hospitalized due to the drugs and theeffects they had on them!I know there are many realities and different ways to see them and incorporate them into ourawareness. I have experienced my fair share of them in many ways…………..I started to write andshare within this and other sites to help those that want to see more…be more aware and alsolearn HOW to do so………….I extend in here some of the tools that I have found work the best withminimal problems or strange side effects.I hope you take the tools that are gentle and use them to become more aware of what youalready are!Sometimes traumatic experiences are the catalyst for great change…the loss of a loved one, adear friend, a job or some other thing………….That does not mean that we go looking for traumaticexperiences but they can make THE shift happen very quickly..if we allow.This particular movie and it’s subject matter are one of the FAST ways to change and it alsohas it’s dangers that go along with it. I have meditated on and off for a long time and in doingso I have felt most if not all of what they share here…with out the danger or calamity of personalharm. Each person feels their way to what works for them each moment and I am sharing thisbecause there is good information and I do not want to be FOX and curtail what and how you dothings.I hope you watch the movie and get what you need from it.Namaste My Dear Souls 1/2
  • 2. Published on Aug 9, 2012 Stepping Into the Fire is the cinematic release that reaches into the ash of the bare bones of existence and asks the question “is humanity born to die, or is humanity born to live?” The film follows the true story of three successful individuals brought together by an ancestral medicine from South America that has become legendary for its miraculous and profound effects. Ayahuasca — as the Amazonian brew is known — is well known for its mental, physical and energetic healing properties. Stepping Into the Fire closely examines the life-changing effects Ayahuasca can have and illustrates why environment and health are so crucial to human success on a global scale. Stepping Into the Fire features Roberto Velez, Donna Walsh, Bo and José Pineda Varges (a.k.a Maestro Mancoluto). The story begins with Roberto Velez — a high-level New York Stock Exchange trader — raised since adolescence in America, but ultimately of Peruvian descent. In the peak of his career, Velez finds himself seeking; unable to reconcile his material gains with the lack of direction and depth in his life. With nowhere else to turn, Velez scours Peru — the land of his ancestors — only to find Mancoluto, a first-level master shaman descended from one of the earliest civilizations in Amerindian history, Chavin. Mancoluto’s expertise in natural health, particularly in the case of two ancestral medicines known as Ayahuasca and Huachuma, provides him a unique lens when treating Velez’s predicament. Once this connection was made, countless other pieces start falling into place and a center for ancient Peruvian healing arts is quickly born. Stepping Into the Fire is the beautifully woven tapestry of recent events that will leave you ignited and inspired to discover what it is in your life that keeps the fire alive 2/2Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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