Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian conflict resolution system that has become popularized. This article traces back through its history and evolution.
With Chacruna Institute, we present an excerpt from the book Ayahuasca Shamanism in the Amazon and Beyond that explores the rise of ayahuasca tourism.
Some indigenous tribes practice giving dogs psychedelics to improve hunting and protection abilities. But should you give your pet psychedelics?
The Maya respect for time depicts each person as a biological individual or member of a legacy and as an element of time cycles. A person is not only a singular or individual sequential occurrence in a historical time line but an eternal protagonist embedded and participating in recurring events in vast cycles of time as well.
Ayahuasca tourism is part of a much wider spiritual ecology and political economy. Will the enlightened and the healed help the overwhelming fight against big companies eating up the rainforest and destroying the territorial survival of the very Shipibo communities from whom they are receiving so much benefit?
Facing a life-threatening health crisis, John Major Jenkins reflects on his life, most important discoveries about the Maya, the misrepresentation of his work, and the and the continuing relevance of Maya spiritual teachings.
Is it necessary for the DEA to craft regulations in order for American Indians to cultivate peyote for religious use?