How can I be more thankful to you all. Beautiful people in the garden of love, full of magic and answered dreams. I will never forget my healing at The Hummingbird. Arigato (thank you), ai shiteru (I love you), ma ta ne (see you again!)
The Hummingbird Center... rest your mind, rest your body, open your heart, listen to the jungle, listen to the plants, listen to the animals, hear their stories. I remember feeling like it was Ancient Greece, standing under stars by firelight, singing a song that was/is a conversation between two people each illuminating a path for the other, holding court together in the name of love. That is The Hummingbird Center. I remember.
The Hummingbird is truly magical. I'm so incredibly grateful to have been given this opportunity. All the lessons I have learned from the people and the plants have changed the course of my life. Don't take anything for granted here. Things will happen that you can't explain - the best advice I can give you is embrace the magic. You're in the Amazon, the lungs of our planet! A place where plants have spirits that teach you! Super-WOW! Welcome to Iquitos!
An experience that changed my life for the better. It is hard to describe something so magical but I will draw from it for the rest of my days.
My goal in meeting Mother Ayahuasca was to see if she would be able to help me overcome the effects of my combat P.T.S.D.. I was 67 years young then, (now 70 this month, whew!), and unsure if there was anything for an older person to gain from the experience of Ayahuasca. I remember those nights in the Maloka, and the beautiful words spoken but Manain.