Hologenic Yagé

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Holgenic encoding of blended Yagé, Yagé  flower, Spring Water, Organic Mezcal

“In the Amazon and other places where visionary  plants are understood and used, you are conveyed into worlds that are appallingly different from ordinary reality. Their vividness cannot be stressed enough. They are more real than real, and that’s something that you sense intuitively… then the compass of your life begins to spin and you realize that you are not looking in on the Other; the Other is looking in on you.” – Terence McKenna

Single Bottle $35

A single 10ml dropper bottle of Hologenic Yagé  containing 40 doses. 50/50 organic alcohol, spring water and hologenically encoded Yagé with blended and cooked Yagé  flower.

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Triple Pack $90

3 X single 10ml dropper bottle of Hologenic Yagé  containing 40 doses. 50/50 organic alcohol , spring water and hologenically encoded Yagé  with blended and cooked Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine & Psychotria Viridis & Banisteriopsis Caapi flower.

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Yagé  is an ancient medicine, ingested in the form of a drink, and is the result of brewing together a mix of vines, leaves, and other substances. The main ingredients, however, are the banisteriopsis caapi vine combined with the chacruna leaf that shamans venture deep into the rainforest to find.

The practice of drinking Yagé  has existed for hundreds of years; predominantly in South America, where the majority of shamans have spent their lives studying the vine, learning from it and working with it. Conducting ceremonies for other people is a huge part of this shamanic learning process
Ayahuasca goes by many names; ‘the vine of the soul’, ‘spirit vine’, and ‘vine of the dead’ are all translations of the word. It’s viewed by some as therapy, by others as a portal into one’s subconscious, and most people claim that Ayahuasca enables the drinker to experience intense revelations, moments of spiritual awakening and an ability to understand the true nature of the universe. Each person’s experience of Yagé  is wholly unique and incredibly personal

“The Yagé experience was the most intense, spiritual, emotional, mind-blowing, frightening and loving experience I have ever had. Nothing could have prepared me for the inner journey I am about to describe. Because I believe I died. ‘I’ meaning that which I am in this current form while I’m writing this. It was if my awareness that seems normally tied to this body shot loose and entered a world before unknown.”

Many claim visions where the Yagé  spirit will talk to you, giving you knowledge about the, normally, hidden (collective?) unconscious psyche.
“There was a deep-rooted empathy for the natural world. I saw the interconnectedness of the world, I saw the air we breathe in and the food we eat becoming us. A child knows these facts, but when the magic is banned from our perception when we grow up and become ‘individual persons’, we tend to forget. We tend to forget that the trees are our extended lungs and the rivers our extended veins. This is not the right time to delve into the depths of consciousness, but as never before I felt connected to the earth that is our birthplace.”

“That there was something of me in all, and something of all in me. I felt the love for which nature sacrifices itself, offering its own life for our benefit. And I felt the sadness and the disappointment by the ongoing abuse of natural resources. Where we don’t see the spirit in the forests and the mountains but see them as wood and ore, waiting to be mined and plundered for profit.

Since all this I’ve been living lighter and happier, the world has become dream-like with endless possibilities. The philosophical implications of experiencing an awareness not fixated on these forms are mind breaking and I am slowly opening up to what the sages, shamans and mystics of all ages have been saying since the dawn of language.

I touch my stomach – hold a handful, feeling it in my fist, clenched together between the fingers – and Mama Yagé  tells me that my body is just an extension of my clothing. It means nothing because all that is truly important is in the mind.

I look to the structure of myself a half built space, and Mama Yagé  tells me this is like my life; that things are still in flux, still in process, but with warmth and love, friends and family, it’s ok that things have changed and my mum isn’t here anymore.

This new family, this new life, this new structure will carry me through. If I’m ready, willing, able to understand that there’s work to be done, on this land and in my own being, there will come a time when everything will make sense. Eventually.

Despite feeling terrified, overwhelmed, and essentially nonexistent during both the ceremonies I took part in, I still see the incredible benefits of pursuing the path of Yagé . It provides an ability to see and learn untold amounts about the world, and about everyone’s places within it.