Eda Zavala Lopez: Ayahuasca-Mother Earth

Please join ERIE for the last event of the spring semester!!!

Medicine woman Eda Zavala Lopez will be sharing her wisdom on Ayahuasca.

CIIS, Namaste Hall (3rd floor) 6:30-9pm, Tuesday, May 14th

We look forward to seeing you!


“Throughout time, the Creator has recognized indigenous Elders as natural healers. My knowledge comes directly from nature, from the plants, from the universe, from Earth’s energy, from an inner connection to all of them. It is this natural and instinctive connection that allows me to see the inside and not just the surface of a person. I can see you inside. I can see through you. This is the power of our ancestral knowledge, the power of our plant medicine. It is the Creator, Mother Earth, the spirits, the pure energy of the universe that comes and teaches us the knowledge that we later share. The rainforest holds a powerful spirituality.”

Eda Zavala Lopez is a medicine woman, and anthropologist/sociologist who grew up deep in the Amazonian Jungles of Northern Perú. She is a descendant of the Wari people and comes from a lineage of healers. She’s traveled from South America to raise funds to help her people and to share with us the ancestral ways of the Peruvian Rainforest.

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  • larry

    it is open to the public!

    2 · May 14, 2013

  • Danielle

    I hope not as my sister and I just drove all the way from Burbank to attend! I hope someone answers Pete's question :/

    May 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi All, I just want to verify that this event is open to the public: and that one doesn't need to be CIIS student/faculty to attend? Thanks for the info.

    1 · May 14, 2013

  • Jenn E.

    Very nice work for guest speakers, ERIE! You guys/gals keep it up!

    May 10, 2013

  • adissa


    May 9, 2013

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