What is a Peruvian Pachakuti Mesa?

Introduction to the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition

This class will commence with activating sacred space, calling in of spiritual support and the five directions.  We will enjoy a review of shamanism and a brief history of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition.  Andean cosmology, and how it relates to you and your body, will be explained and experienced.  The Pachakuti Mesa will then assist us as we engage  in Peruvian energy healing.  All will be invited to participate in and to experience these practical healing modalities, which include a variety of shamanic techniques for dealing with energy and our four bodies.  We will delve into the power of Peruvian ceremony and the Pachakuti Mesa to restore balance and healing to our planet.  There will be ample time for questions and discussion of this ancient yet living Peruvian spiritual wisdom

Mesas are consecrated shamanic altars used to interact with spirit realm beings, forces and energies for healing and balance of self, others and Mother Earth.  The Pachakuti Mesa Tradition is a living modern descendant of ancient Peruvian shamanic lineages.  Experience the beauty and magic of this sacred healing technology for yourself.

Judy Hoaglund, Teacher and Shamanic Healing Practitioner

Judy has guided clients in shamanic healing for more than 23 years.  Having studied with a variety of native and western teachers, in 2001 she embarked upon an extensive apprenticeship into the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, and Peruvian shamanism, with don Oscar Miro-Quesada, a Peruvian Kamasqa Curandero and Altomisayoq of much renown.

Currently Judy teaches shamanism, Pachakuti Mesa Tradition apprenticeships, ceremony and healing throughout California.  She lives and maintains a healing practice in Santa Rosa.  Judy loves to share her wisdom, compassion and joy of deep spiritual connection with all those who are drawn to the shamanic path.



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  • rashidah

    Wow so sorry I have a major conflict at this time that I just caught. I was looking forward to this. Next time.

    May 9, 2013

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