We fly into Lima, where we will stay overnight at a hotel close to the airport.
In the morning, we fly to Juliaca and go to Chucuito, the town by Lake Titicaca where we will stay for the next two nights. We go to The Lake and let its pure waters cleanse us. We have the rest of the day to give you the time to acclimate to the heights as well as see the sights of this town.
Today, in Chucuito, we go to the marketplace where the shamans’ and locals’ markets are. In the evening, we go to Amaru Muru, a sacred place long been known as a star portal. As the star bridge opens, we assist in the strengthening so that the ancient Star Knowledge can be brought forth. It is in this way, the energies of the past dissipate as the pure energetics, ancient and new, are woven together. Together with the flow of the segues (the ley lines) themselves, we merge with its movement in the same manner that a weaver intertwines the threads to create the design that is intended. We do this not as we would have it, but as it will serve all. We return to our lodging for the night.
We go from Amaru Muru to Tiahuanaco in Bolivia. Tiahuanaco is one of the most ancient sacred Temples of the Sun. The locals say that this is where Wiracocha, The Supreme Sacred Being of Light as Inti Tayta, Father Sun, is made manifest. We travel by boat on Lake Titicaca. On our way to The Island of The Sun, we see Moon Island. At The Island of The Sun, we go to our lodge at Challapampa. Here we go to Chicana Labyrinth and Roco Sagrada where we will be during the day and stay for the night.
After giving our gratitude to Lake Titicaca, Chucuito, and Challapampa, we leave for Sillustani in Peru. Sillustani is a place known to as burial place for royalty and shamans. These high burial towers teach us that Death is simply a doorway into New Life. From Sillustani, we stop at La Raya for the hot spring baths and then we go to Sicuani, a town on our way to Raqchi, for the night.
From Sicuani, we go to Raqchi. This is a sacred temple consisting of a series of altars and kivas. Priestesses worked here with initiates to bring them to their full potential. We stay at a local lodging for two nights. In sacred ceremony, with the guidance of those who dwell in this place, we go beyond beliefs, known and unknown.
We continue in sacred ceremony at Raqchi. At each of the altars here, sacred aspects within you are enlivened into active embodiment.
Today, we return to Cuzco from Raqchi. Cuzco is the capital of the Incan empire. It was built in the shape of a jaguar and it is said that Cuzco is the head of the jaguar. We can go to the marketplace and see the sights of the city. We stay in Cuzco for the night.
We go to Saqsayhuaman and Amaru Machay, sacred sites close to Cuzco. From these sacred places, we go to Killarumiyoq. Killarumiyoq, the Temple of the Moon, is a sacred temple dedicated to Mama Killa, Mother Moon. This is a place of The Sacred Feminine. In sacred ceremony at the womb altar and in the bathing pools, we perceive the evolution of all is manifesting; it is with this knowledge that we let ourselves evolve, ascending into new life. From Killarumiyoq, we go to Ollantaytambo, The Temple of The Winds, where we stay at a local lodging.
Today, we travel by train to the town of Aguas Calientes located in the Machu Picchu range. We stay at a hotel overlooking the Urubamba River. After we check in at our hotel, we go to the Urubamba River where we work with the river itself.
The Inca are well and alive, in spirit, at Machu Picchu. With their guidance, as we have the day in sacred ceremony at Machu Picchu itself.
We spend the day in Aguas Calientes. We go to the hot springs nestled in the center of the mountains. We have time to go to the shops and enjoy the delights of this little mountain town.
We return to Cuzco. We rest and to go to the shops today. In this day and evening of rest, we let all that we have done settle, renewing and refreshing, into our energetic and physical bodies.
We have the day to rest and shop before our return to Lima tomorrow. In the evening, we bring our ceremonies to completion. In the evening, we go out for a dinner of celebration, giving thanks and delight for the journey we have just undertaken.
We return to Lima for our flight back to the States.
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