A Free 47-Page Book on How to Use Sacred Plant Medicine like Ayahuasca to Heal Your Life & Live Your Purpose

How can you heal mental, emotional and psychological pain?

Unleash who you are?

Feel empowered to live your sacred purpose?

In this time of global dis-ease, indigenous wisdom is here for a reason. Ayahuasca is a powerful plant medicine that clears spaces of unconscious material, removes obstacles, heals illnesses and resolves trauma.

I have apprenticed with the Shipibo, Quechua and Mestizo indigenous traditions in the Amazon jungle. Here, I distill my experience from over 400 indigenous Ayahuasca ceremonies and over 20 master plant dietas into a free, 47-page guide to aid you on your journey of self-discovery, healing and re-connection to all beings.

Here’s what you will learn: 

  • How ayahuasca and plant medicines can help you to heal your life
  • How ayahuasca works 
  • What is an ayahuasca retreat? 
  • How to prepare for an ayahuasca experience
  • How to integrate your experience into daily life
  • What to look for when choosing an ayahuasca experience
  • What other plant medicines can be beneficial?

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If you are dissatisfied with the western medicine protocol and curious about the power of plant medicine to heal and empower your life, this guide is for you.

Listen to your self — you are the choosing.

 About Prajna Ginty, MA

Prajna offers a rare fusion of sacred healing plants, non-dual wisdom teachings, trauma resolution and somatic therapy to uncover who you are—your sacred purpose. She facilitates deep immersion retreats, sacred ceremony, integration circles, and meditation/dharma practices. 

Prajna’s work is trauma-informed, covering four decades of personal healing in curative modalities, vocations and non-dual wisdom traditions.

In 2010 she began training extensively within a Shipibo Ayahuasca lineage. Tobacquero’s Ernesto Garcia, Jorge Lopez and Sulmira Vela her main teachers, have blessed her work with indigenous plant medicine. 

Prajna lives in Santa Cruz, CA at The Twin Sisters Sanctuary, a curative care home inspired by her twin daughters with disabilities.

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BOOK: How Sacred Plant Teachers Heal Trauma & Empower Your Life

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