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Shamanic Permaculture Work Study Service

September 27 - November 27, 2015
Paititi Institute Mapacho Valley, Peru

Cultural Healing Exchange

December 20, 2015 - January 4, 2016
Sacred Valley, Peru.

Transformation Track Work Study Service

January 6 - February 25, 2016
Paititi Institute Mapacho Valley, Peru

Embodying True Nature Consciousness Transformation Retreat

January 20 - February 21, 2016
Paititi Institute Mapacho Valley, Peru
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Distance Healing - Nutritional Protocols, Shamanic Transpersonal Dreamwork, One on One Coaching, Remote Energetic Balancing

The Paititi Institute for the Preservation of Ecology and Indigenous Culture is a nonprofit organization devoted to the integration of indigenous wisdom into every day life. We serve as an intercultural bridge supporting individuals and communities to live as activated, responsible and joyful human beings in harmony with both inner and outer landscapes. [Read More]

The Latest from Paititi's Blog

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Transforming Money into Sacred Reciprocity

posted by Cynthia Robinson on August 7th, 2015

One of the topics I encounter often on my path is around the integrity of receiving money for spiritual work. Many comment that authentic spiritual work should be free and accessible to everyone or that in traditional societies money was never exchanged for spiritual work. This is a complex and non-linear subject. I have personally […]

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Shamanic Permaculture – Where the Inner & Outer Meet

posted by Cynthia Robinson on July 24th, 2015

It bring such joy to witness the permaculture movement becoming more and more popular with new projects emerging all over the globe. Many, including myself, got to know this science from the desire to find a way to return to a natural and holistic lifestyle integrating self-sustaining organic food production and natural building – which […]

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Transcending the Wounds of Conquest & Colonization

posted by Roman Hanis on June 24th, 2015

With the racial tensions and conflicts running high in the world today, I turn to reflect on the profound lessons shared with me by all of my teachers – Amazonian and Andean elders as well as northern Native American wisdom keepers and Tibetan Lamas. Obviously a lot of wounding still remains among the nations that […]

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