Divine Adventures: Journeys to your Inner and Outer Worlds

Awakening the Goddess Body

In Colombia

May 12-June 2, 2019

A women’s mystery school immersion retreat in nurturing Santa Elena, Colombia that awakens your inner goddess, connects you to your beautiful, sensual body temple, and results in profound healing and transformation!

Isn’t it time you:

Join us on a sacred sisterhood retreat May 12 – June 2, 2019 for a special 22 days/21 nights to cultivate a new life vision built on your powerful inner resources, personal strengths and ecstatic freedom. Then, reenter the world as a sacred warrior!

This transformative mystery school immersion is for only a small group of women who are committed to purify and transform their body, emotions, mind and spirit. Unprocessed emotions, along with the conditioning received and stored in this lifetime and beyond, are locked in the body. Our bodies and auras are full of these blocked energies. Stuck energy prohibits our natural expression as beings and can delay and halt our spiritual evolution.

Soul/spirit cannot flow
where the energy does not go!

Join us on this women's mystery school immersion retreat. This is a life-changing journey into authenticity! Expect to be different upon your return as you fully embody your radiance and life force energy! Gift yourself with your true self – THIS is who you came here to be!

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Munay Ki Rites

** With Junia Imel **

Groups Forming Now
in Colorado
Call for Details

~ The Next Step in Evolution ~


“[The Munay-Ki] rites are not only stages of initiation, but perhaps steps for the evolution of humanity. As nations fight for bits of territory and battle over land, we must find the wisdom to create peace among all peoples. As our space telescopes show us images of a vast and immeasurable Universe, we must find a human story that is inclusive of the stars. And as our ability to destroy the world increases, we are called to step up to the task of assuming stewardship for all creation.

In essence, the rites are about stewardship. They are not ego-awards or recognition of any kind of achievement, nor do they make anyone special. On the contrary, they make one uniquely unimportant. Only then, from a position of no-ego, can we truly be of service.

During their visits to the USA, the Inka pointed out that the rites were not for us individually; they were for others, to be shared. It has been my experience that they do not blossom unless we give them away with great Munay, with love.”

Alberto Villoldo PhD
March 2007

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