Pachamama temple’s European tour is in a full swing. We have been touring for three weeks now and we would like to thank the spirit of the jaguar for hosting us and all the people who joined us in ceremony and helped us to make this happen.

The tour has been a great success of healing and joy and Maestro Luis and Maestro Feliciano have touched many hearts with their beautiful medicine and Icaro’s.

We have spent most of our time in the Netherlands so far visiting many places and meeting a lot of new people to spread our message of love and happiness. Soon we will be traveling to some of our more secret destinations in the east of Europe. You can keep an eye on our blog and Facebook page for more updates on this wonderful journey.

We are so proud of our great Maestros Luis and Feliciano! Throughout this tour, they showed us and our guests again and again what great masters they are. Their connection to the ayahuasca medicine is unbelievably strong and they show a huge amount of joy and passion in sharing their culture and tribal knowledge with everybody they meet on their way. At the same time, they are very open to learn about our distant European traditions related to plant medicine as well as our modern way of life. Feliciano and Luis show great interested in our western flora and fauna and love to walk through the forest to touch, smell and taste all kind of different plants and discuss their potential healing powers.

On our first train ride through the Netherlands Luis pointed to a poplar tree and called it “Niwe Rao”, a very powerful healing plant spirit which entails all the cosmic knowledge according to the Shipibo tradition. They were very happy to find one during our walks in the woods and collected its leaf’s in which they bathed themselves at night for protection and strength.

They also fell in Love with the Oak tree. The Majestic Oak has been associated since ancient times with strength, wisdom, and endurance. To the Celtic and Druid peoples, the Oak tree is considered the most powerful and most sacred of the trees. It’s healing properties are used to this day. The Oak bark is the medicinal part of the tree, because of the strong astringent properties. It can be used as a tea to fight diarrhea and dysentery.

Externally it helps with treatment of hemorrhoids, wounds, eczema and inflamed gums. They will definitely be taking some bark home to Pucallpa.