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Spatial Orientation
« on: February 28, 2017, 08:30:08 pm »
McKenna mentions some abilities that we have lost as a species that we once had while in a more harmonious relationship with the earth. He spoke of indigenous peoples naturally walking the most level path between two points. They would somehow naturally avoid peaks and valleys due to an innate connection to the landscape. I would bet that kambo allows us to tap into those types of skills again. Certainly many of you know it was/is used for hunting. Also on a more metaphorical level, allowing us to find "the path of least resistance" in our lives. Getting us to our desired destinations with the greatest amount of ease, both when physically traversing land and space, and within our own minds. Insights?

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Re: Spatial Orientation
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2017, 09:43:04 am »
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Getting us to our desired destinations with the greatest amount of ease,

Like how it's better to purge the toxins at once rather than keep them with you. Insightful. I find that after doing kambo I feel lighter and as if I'm resonating at a higher frequency, feeling more in tune with the world.
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Harmonious relationship with the earth.
Quite right, that's what it's all about. After a good kambo session especially combined with synergistic modalities and/or diet / herbs I  feel that everything is easier. One of the most enjoyable times I've ever had dancing and feeling in sync with music was after a kambo session on acupressure points, so I totally agree with you, it clears the energy channels and stagnance in the body, uplifting the spirit.
"There is a difference between
not remembering
and not dwelling upon.
I choose not to dwell upon the bad,
to me
it's kinda like being in a paradise
but staring at a nearby garbage dump instead.
You define your life by
where you direct your gaze."