Q’ero & Pachakuti Lineages

In 2018 I carried out my shamanic self-mastery training under two teachers Davina MacKail and Nizami Elé. This is the training that turned my life around and it is this training that I now focus my life’s work on.  It is this that brings the foundations of my healing practices today.

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The Q’ero Lineage

History

The Q’ero Shaman are an indigenous tribe from the high Andean mountains (Apus) in Peru. They are direct descendants of the Incan people who were invaded by the Spanish in the 1500’s. At this time during the invasion some managed to escape to the Apus where they kept their sacred knowledge safe. This knowledge has been kept safe for 1000’s of years.

Of those who did not escape they were strongly advised to revert to the Churches religion. This unfortunately meant leaving their old traditions behind.

A time came when prophecy became reality. The Q’ero shaman were to come and teach these sacred teachings when the Glaciers on the high Apus began to melt.

This time has arrived and now these sacred teachings are being handed down to westerners. The main aim is to restore the balance on planet earth ‘Pachamama’ and bring all back into balance.

As we know at the present moment Earth is not in balance and we need as much help as possible to change it. The Incan Shamans had a strong belief that what we give out would come back in return.  By giving back to the Earth the Earth will give back to us in perfect ‘Reciprocity’. It is believed that we are all one, with each other and the earth itself and source or spirit and all that is.

Practices

The Q’ero tradition base their practice on Healing, Divination, Ceremony and connection to their home land. Thankfully these sacred traditions have been held and continuously kept alive ever since.

If we love ourselves daily we will send that out to others and get that back. On the other hand if we are sad or angry and send that out we will get that back in return but amplified. This means that coming from a place of balance and love is the right way forward for a better co-creation.

 

Here is a video from Don Puma Quispe Singona a Q’ero Shaman whom part of my teachings originate from:

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Pachakuti Mesa Lineage

Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo is the Shaman who initiated this lineage of teaching. These teachings date back to over 5,000 years.

Pachakuti’ means ‘world reversal’.

This lineage involves working with a mesa.

A Mesa is another name for an altar. With this altar one can sit and connect with it every day. As a result of this connection a stronger link with self and the universe is created. It is with this altar that I sit with on a daily basis, as a result my life has significantly changed.

Teachings

These teachings involve helping those let go of their past, in transformative ways creating a better future full of purpose.  This means bringing in a new vision.  The importance of connecting with the earth and earth ways and learning how to surf the great jungle of life.

It is an incredible journey that goes deep in to the core of wounds buried deep within the cellular matrix of the bodies’ cells.  It can be hard at times and invigorating at others.  This is the training that I have been undertaking with my teachers today.

Don Oscar’s Lineage

Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo initially was taught by Don Celso Rojas Palomino from Salas. When Don Celso Rojas Palomino passed to spirit he carried out an apprenticeship with Don Benito Corihuamán Vargas, from the village of Wasao in Peru.

Following this he was to share his sacred teachings and knowledge with as many a possible to bring about transformation into people’s lives. It was up to Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo to keep these sacred teachings safe. It had to be so before his elders had passed or they would have been lost forever.

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The importance of Shamanic practices by Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo

 

Does this path have a heart?

“Before you embark on any path ask the question: Does this path have a heart? ” Carlos Castaneda

A word that strongly resonates with me is the Quechua (language of Peru) word ‘Munay’ which signifies a type of love that is so strong. It has more meaning and depth than the western symbolism of love in that it connects us to everything, in sacred reciprocity. It is an unconditional love that is boundless, connecting small and big.

It is a word used by both tribes and it’s what unites everything and everyone together, all nations as one.

It is found at the heart centre and it is an extremely powerful energy to work with and can create huge shifts and change. It is the law of love. I share this as if we can utilise the energy on the earth at this time great change can happen. This means taking care of ourselves, really loving ourselves, loving others and loving the earth and source in all its existence.

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My Pachakuti Mesa
My Pachakuti Mesa
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