Women Peyote Retreat – Colorado
With Wikan Wakan Wie and Eva Evers
September 13 - 16, 2024
Our retreat center is nestled on 5 acres of aspen groves, towering evergreens, and picturesque rock outcrops. Situated in South Park County, Colorado, breathtaking views of the Mosquito Range peaks are visible from every vantage point. The center exudes intimacy with ample natural light and an open communal space.
A spacious deck with seating provide space to gather with others or enjoy a quiet moment. Secluded seating spots tucked in around the property are a favorite for meditation and solace. The ceremony will take place indoors, by the fireplace, surrounded in the majestic beauty of the natural surroundings.
We take a holistic approach to optimal wellbeing and spiritual development designed to deepen your experience and to support with the integration of the transformations and healings gained into day-to-day life aimed at fostering long-lasting results. During the retreat, we use several modalities to enhance your experience, such as movement, breath work and meditation. To help you feel at your optimal best organic and locally sourced (where possible) meals are included during your stay with us.
Each participant will be assessed before entering the program through a compulsory application form and screening. Due to the powerful nature of psychedelic ceremonies and the impact that others sharing the space can have, we limit this retreat to 15 selected women.
Recognizing the varied experiences that peyote can bring, we acknowledge that it affects each person differently, with some reporting mind-altering and spiritual encounters, while others feel a deep connection with nature and themselves. Indigenous traditions have long used peyote for physical and emotional healing, as well as seeking guidance and support from the spiritual realm. Following ceremonies, people often report healings, emotional release, empowerment, and a renewed sense of purpose.
INDIGENOUS CULTURES & PRESERVATION
Peyote is a sacred plant medicine deeply intertwined with the cultural and spiritual practices of indigenous traditions in Mexico and North America. Through generations, indigenous communities have held peyote in a place of deep respect and honor. It is not simply a plant, but a sacred teacher, a conduit to the spiritual realm, and a source of profound healing and guidance. The ceremonies involving peyote are regarded as sacred acts that nurture spiritual growth, foster connection with nature, and promote communal unity.
By supporting indigenous cultures through our reciprocity efforts, we acknowledge and honor the relationship between them, the sacred medicine peyote and the outside world, striving to create a harmonious cycle that benefits all. We, also, support preservation projects for this sacred plant medicine for future generations.
Wikan Wakan Wie is a great-grandmother of the Lakota nation. She has been praying with the Native American Church all her life. Her late husband was a Roadman with whom she traveled throughout the USA and Canada. She is a medicine woman, sun dancer, and registered nurse, RN.
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Eva dedicates her time to the expansion of the indigenous knowledge, taking care of our members and the team. She created this organization and dedicates with passion and gentleness to all the administration and organizational details as the managing director and founder. Eva is a coach and facilitator who has been working with clients all over the world for over 20 years. She trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and various individual and team 360-degree feedback tools. Eva is a certified psychospiritual and psychedelic integration coach, as well as a Gamma Breathwork, Reiki Level 2, and sound healing practitioner. She is…
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