Paititi's Blog

Cultures and generations heal each other, saving the planet!

posted by Roman Hanis on October 22nd, 2016

Wouldn’t that be a great news title to usher in a new era of world peace and planetary regeneration? At this time Indigenous Nations and people from all cultures from around the world are coming together in North Dakota to stand united in peace for the protection of our sacred waters (to learn more search #nodapl). […]


image shows Lotus flower in a swamp to denote article is about living in the present

How Living in the Present Can Change Your Life

posted by Mark Mackay on June 21st, 2016

I wasn’t initially keen on sharing my journey on the blog, but it became clear that it could help a lot of people. Plus Roman’s a difficult person to say no to. So yeah, there’s that =) If you’re reading this and you do any kind of meditative practice, I hope you can take what […]


image shows healing retreat location Larapata mountain in Peru

What Does it Mean to Embody True Nature?

posted by Roman Hanis on May 20th, 2016

The profound immersion into the depths of consciousness and purpose of all life that happens in the Embody True Nature healing retreat at Paititi continues to inspire us. As we travel deeper along our own hero’s journeys of evolutionary healing, our shared hearts awaken to greater extents. But what does it mean to embody true nature? […]


image shows healthy organic strawberries on the trunk of a car while travelling across the US

How to Eat Healthy on the Road & Stay Energized

posted by Cynthia Robinson on April 26th, 2016

Over the years I’ve spent many months per year on the road while on tours with the Paititi Institute and many often ask us how we manage to maintain healthy eating habits on the move. When leaving behind our routine and familiar surroundings, it can be a challenge to maintain a balanced and healthy diet, especially […]


5 Permaculture Design Principles & Your Inner Landscape

posted by Anthony Bossler on April 12th, 2016

What does Shamanic Permaculture mean to you? It can draw up so many stories or expectations. Especially for anyone experienced in permaculture design principles, it can be tough to maintain beginner’s mind. But, by letting go of expectation and preconceived ideas, we can truly observe and learn to engage in a two-way conversation with the […]


How Changing Your Breath Can Change Your Life

posted by Roman Hanis on April 1st, 2016

For many years now, we’ve been sharing the Primordial Breathwork practice stemming from the root of the Amazonian and Tibetan lineages. This practice has continued to deepen in profound ways the more we practice it ourselves and share it with others, often to the extent that we’re still amazed at the breakthroughs we witness. Working […]


Who wants to be healed anyway?

posted by Roman Hanis on November 18th, 2015

The perspective of healing has been distorted over the ages. In our modern society most people believe healing is an erroneous part of life best left to the realm of narrow specialists. In the ancient times the purpose of healing was to empower the individual to heal themselves. In finding a solution for dis-ease today, […]


Ayahuasca: Before, During, and After

posted by Roman Hanis on June 14th, 2015

Many people today are talking about a sacred and ancient plant remedy from the Amazon rainforest called Ayahuasca. For those of you who are drawn to this medicine and its other-worldly effects, I’d like to give you a heartfelt caution. Many from western societies come from a culture of conquest and convenience, and many of […]


Ripples of Awakening: Malaria Resolved Through Natural Means

posted by Roman Hanis on May 27th, 2014

Recently in the regional vicinity of our institute we have reached a landmark of development by helping to eliminate a serious Malaria epidemic in the area. This sickness had been affecting the 12 villages surrounding our center and causing quite a bit of suffering to thousands of people for over two years. When the epidemic […]


New Year’s Wishes

posted by Cynthia Robinson on January 1st, 2014

Joining in to the collective stream of countless good wishes, the Paititi family is sending out the light of renewal and regeneration to this planet and all her inhabitants. Our wish is for all of our conscious friends whose heart is engaged and activated to continue cultivate greater recognition and confidence in the divine intelligence […]


Mayan Cacao Recipe from our Breathwork Sessions!

posted by Cynthia Robinson on November 21st, 2013

After many requests, we are happy to share our Mayan Ceremonial Cacao Recipe which we offer at our Amazonian/Tibetan Transformational Breathwork Sessions. Cocoa originates in the Amazon and indigenous societies of Mexico, Central America and South America have used Cacao as a food, a medicine, and a currency for hundreds if not thousands of year. […]


Embracing the Purification and Opening the Portal: Deep Transformation in the Paititi Realm

posted by Ariella Jew on December 26th, 2012

Many of you who have met us are familiar with the traditional indigenous Amazonian sacred science perspective of diseases being the messengers of divine intelligence and mothers that usher the spiritual evolution. This perspective greatly differs from the western conventional view of pathology and its nihilistic approach towards the elimination of the symptoms relating to […]


Seeking Collaborators for a Study on PTSD

posted by Roman Hanis on October 4th, 2012

As many of you know our organization is continuously evolving in ways that can bring greater benefit to the world. We are currently working on a study in collaboration with a neuroscientist that will document the healing effects of the Amazonian indigenous sacred plant tradition for people that have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). If […]


healing waters for our yahua friends

posted by Ariella Jew on May 8th, 2012

By Roman Hanis We are deeply devoted to the well-being and the environmental health of the world and especially local Amazonian native villages. Many indigenous settlements have been severed from their original natural medicine practices while receiving no tangible help from the government and conventional healthcare system. People also have no clean water sources and […]


Summer 2011 Activities

posted by Mary on September 12th, 2011

A little update on the activities of our Institute these last few month. It has been a powerful and inspirational journey. Upon return home to the rainforest in July we were amazed to find so much plant and vegetation growth – the restoration of the rainforest seems to be moving at an incredible rate.