Hauasca 7 Plantas Hapé
Hapé (pronounced ha-peh or ra-peh) is the general name given to medicines that are ground into fine powder and then blown into both nostrils. The use of Hapé is considered by the indigenous peoples to be therapeutic on multiple levels. They help to re-align and open your nadis (energy channels), strengthen your grounding and connection with Mother Earth, releases toxins in the physical body, quiet the noise of the mind and elevate your sense of connection with Spirit.
Traditionally, Hapé is blown through each nostril using a V-shaped pipe made from bamboo or bone. Once an intention is set, the one receiving the medicine inhales, holds and then receives the Hapé through the left nostril, representing a metaphorical death. The rapeé is then administered in the same way to the right side, representing rebirth.
Use for intense a more meditation, purging and energetic releasing, grounding, connecting to your energy system and chakras.
On the most immediate level, the use of the substance is followed by a feeling of clarity in the head and the nasal cavities. Other alleged benefits ascribed to Hapé are significantly more dramatic. Hapé use “helps to re-align and open all your chakras, improves your grounding, releases any sickness on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels.”
This Shipibo visionary Hapé is made up of 7 sacred plants:
Guarana is used for weight loss, athletic performance, mental performance, to increase energy, as an aphrodisiac, and for many other conditions.
Cetico itself contains a profile of chemical constituents including flavonoids, steroids, and terpenes. Research is showing that this plant is an effective hypoglycemic, analgesic, antiulcer, along with antimalarial properties and it also possesses wound healing abilities. The Cetico has been used as a sacred medicine for centuries and facilitates a deepening of one’s meditative experience while opening a channel for the absorption and activation of the other properties it is combined with.
San Pedro is considered a potent medicine, useful in treating a very broad range of physical, emotional and mental disorders, and with applications for treating addictions.
Mapacho is a ceremonial tobacco. It is used by Native Americans to give protection, healing, to cleanse the aura and energy system and for manifestation.
There are many traditional Chacruna medicinal uses, including as eye drops, which allowed for tribespeople to have a heightened sense of vision to improve their hunting abilities. Chacruna can also be used as an effective remedy to relieve headaches and migraines, which can affect vision and other senses. It is also used in Ayahuasca brew by Tribes.
Traditionally used by the tribes for deep spiritual experiences and connection. It is also used in Ayahuasca brew by Tribes.
Sano-sano is used by Native Americans to treat stomach pains, kidney issues, and wounds
Hapé offered and recommended during Ayahuasca ceremonies at various times. It can be very beneficial and supportive before drinking ayahuasca to open you for the medicine or later in the ceremony if you are experiencing a very “heavy in the body or mind” type of journey. Often the rHapé will trigger a purge which will open your body and enable the medicine to continue opening you to the higher realms.
The Shipibo are one of 14 indigenous tribes living in the Amazon Basin in Peru. They are shamanic based people, deeply influenced by the power of the plants, animals and natural elements.
A unique aspect of the Shipibo culture is their woven song tradition.
The Shipibo record their icaros or healing songs in elaborate geometrical designs that function as a musical score and correlate and interact with the natural world. They see the patterns in the natural world and are able to reproduce them for protection, healing, abundance, harmony and a variety of other purposes.
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