Program Schedule 2017 | Dawn of Eden

Program Schedule 2017

chavin style jaguar in chacanaFollowing is the 2017 schedule for Dawn of Eden’s flagship Two-week, Four-ceremony programs.

Our Ten-day, Three-ceremony programs follow the same schedule but participants depart on the Thursday following their 3rd ceremony.

Alternatively, participants who prefer a One-week, Two-ceremony program can choose to attend either the first or the second week of the program dates featured below (See Program Rates 2017 for special promotional pricing).


July 10 – 23 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, July 10
Ceremonies held on July 11, July 14, July 18, and July 21
Departure on Sunday, July 23

August 14 – 27 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, August 14
Ceremonies held on August 15, August 18, August 22, and August 25
Departure on Sunday, August 27

September 11 – 24 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, September 11
Ceremonies held on September 12, September 15, September 19, and September 22
Departure on Sunday, September 24

October 9 – 22 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, October 9
Ceremonies held on October 10, October 13, October 17, and October 20
Departure on Sunday, October 22

November 13 – 26 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, November 13
Ceremonies held on November 14, November 17, November 21, and November 24
Departure on Sunday, November 26

December 4 – 17 (Four ceremonies held Tuesdays & Fridays only, see “Footnotes” below)

Arrival on Monday, December 4
Ceremonies held on December 5, December 8, December 12, and December 15
Departure on Sunday, December 17

 

 


 

Important footnotes regarding Dawn of Eden® programs:

17 (Copiar)Many Ayahuasca centers try to dazzle prospective participants with the quantity of ceremonies offered—a “more is better” enticement that is almost always counterproductive. Generally, little or no concern is given to optimizing the frequency of ceremonies so participants might obtain the most favorable results.

It is common, for example, to see 10-day, or two–week, programs jammed with ceremonies (usually held every other day, sometimes even on consecutive days!). We consider this to be a sacrilege—a disrespect for the sacred medicine which borders on obscene (and a blatant abuse of participant’s bodies). This unfortunate “cramming ceremonies together” tactic is an inappropriate outgrowth of the “Ayahuasca tourism” phenomenon.

Mother Ayahuasca is about healing and personal transformation. For this to take place in a desirable fashion, one’s body needs ample opportunity for rest and recuperation between ceremonies. Moreover, one needs time to integrate (mentally and emotionally) what has transpired from one ceremony to the next. This is especially true when engaging work on the level one encounters at Dawn of Eden®.

The focus of our sacred alliance with Spirit is to achieve maximum results during each ceremony. For this reason, our program schedule is restricted to having two ceremonies per week, the first ceremony being on Tuesday, the second on Friday. This gives our program participants sufficient time for rest, recuperation and integration between works. Additionally, our choice of these two ceremonial days is not by chance. In shamanic circles, Tuesdays and Fridays have long been known as optimal days to have the best connection with Spirit. We take this knowledge to heart.


 

ChavinDawn of Eden® is the only fully licensed shamanic center in Iquitos that is a member of the Chamber of Commerce. The Dawn of Eden Church® is the only church in Peru dedicated to the transformation of human consciousness utilizing the sacred plants Ayahuasca and Huachuma as a sacrament.

Dan Reynolds, Dawn of Eden®

 

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