LEARN HOW TO WAKE UP FROM THE COLLECTIVE NIGHTMARE WE ARE LIVING IN RIGHT NOW...
...AND MASTER THE ANCIENT SACRED TECHNIQUES OF DREAMING THE WORLD INTO BEING!
Courageous Dreaming: The Way of the Shamans
In order to master your true power of dreaming, you will first learn how to wake up from this collective nightmare we are all living in right now!
You will learn to be fully awake, even while you are asleep!
It is then when you will be able to harness the true power of dreaming!
Dive into this fascinating and powerful dreamworld of the shamans in this new and completely free Masterclass!
2. The Forbidden Divine Power
When the people of Europe came to Peru, they were afraid of this terrifying power of the shamans. According to their religious beliefs, such a divine force belongs only to god. And the shamans in the mountains were hiding to protect these technologies and became the preservers of this ancient wisdom. They kept these technologies secret and waited for the time when it was right to release this knowledge and offer it to the world in order to be able to dream a new reality!
By his mid-20s Alberto Villoldo was the youngest clinical professor at San Francisco State University.
He was directing the Biological Self-Regulation Laboratory, investigating how energy medicine could change the chemistry of the brain. One day in his laboratory, Alberto realized that his research had to get bigger instead of smaller, that he was looking out of the wrong end of the microscope. He needed to find a system larger than the neural networks of the brain.
Alberto traded his laboratory for a pair of hiking boots and a ticket to the Amazon – determined to learn from researchers whose vision had not been confined to the lens of a microscope, from people whose body of knowledge encompassed more than the measurable, material world that he had been taught was the ONLY reality.
Scattered throughout the Andes and Amazon were a number of sages or “Earth Keepers” who remembered the ancient ways. Alberto traveled through countless villages and hamlets and met with scores of medicine men and women. The lack of a written body of knowledge meant that every village had brought its own flavor and style to the healing practices that still survived.
For more than 10 years, Alberto trained with the jungle medicine people.