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Lupi: means “Sun”
Hake: means “Man or Child”
So, Lupaka is “The Sun Man or the Shining Man”
Two Day class with Jorge Luis Delgado, Peruvian Shaman and Author.
July 10-July 11 (Thursday & Friday) 7:30-9:30pm $53; $3 discount for cash for both classes if paid on first night.
Each class can be paid individually for $33; $3 discount
Lupaka was a pre-Inka culture that developed the knowledge of Light, from which we rescued a number of practices. Within those we have:
(a) Solar practices at Sunrise, at Noon, and at Sunset.
(b) Solar practices to activate the eleven eyes or energy centers.
(c) Solar practices to activate the energy eye.
(d) Practice of Muyuki, which explains about the four intermediate directions and has to do with power animals but with direct participation of the Sun.
(e) Reconnection with the infinite and eternal light in each of the participants.
The Ajayus and the Illas:
(a) Ajayu: it is the soul or spirit of all creation. We will connect with the Ajayu of the Milky Way, using Chonta power sticks (Chonta is a powerful wood)
(b) Illa: it is the light of the elements.
- Practices to enrich our energy with the Illas of the 4 elements and their respective power centers in the human body.
The encounter with the Solar Being
Harmonizing the seven relations
Offering: The Aymara buffet.
Jorge Delgado was born in a small Andean village in Peru. In his book “Andean Awakening” Delgado opens the door to his mystical homeland as he describes his own journey of awakening and packs his personal narrative with fascinating details about Peru, its history, culture, mythos and magic. Delgado is our personal Quechua: a bridge person who helps others to cross from one state of conscious to another. Delgado bridges us to the spiritual power of the Andes, of Peru and legend of the Inca–the return of the children of the light.
The Green Man
5712 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood CA 91601
North of the 101/134 Fwys East of the 170, off at Burbank
Just north of the Red Line/Orange Line North Hollywood stations
(approx 5 min walk north from station)