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Initiation means that an outsider is welcomed into a community or that a person rises to a higher level of consciousness. Examples include the transition from adolescence to adulthood or from the interested layman to a practitioner of the Inka religion.
An initiation always follows a clear, usually traditional rite – also in the Inka tradition. The initiation and thus the inclusion into the circle of people around the world who practice this beautiful form of spirituality takes place either as part of a workshop or during a spiritual journey, or Hatun Karpay.
Hatun Karpay means “Great Initiation” or “Great Transformation” and is a 10-day spiritual journey into the heart of the ancient Inka culture. It consists of a cycle of initiations and rites that help the participants to train their spirituality and to discover and develop their personal power and their unique potential. A spiritual journey like Hatun Karpay not only includes breathtaking scenery but is also a kind of "learning-by-doing" workshop in which the great techniques and tools of the Inka religion are taught and powerful initiations are performed. The exercises learned can then be practiced and applied in everyday life.
The Hatun Karpay can be experienced as a part of two different journeys:
The difference between the two journeys consists not only in their respective focuses but also in the different sites and places of power that are visited.
The Hatun Karpay takes place not only at historical and sacred sites in Peru, but also at great locations in Europe. Numerous places of power and temples of ancient cultures can be found in England, Italy, and the Netherlands, in which the mysteries of the Earth and the knowledge of the ancestors are preserved.
Places such as Stonehenge, Glastonbury Abbey, the Holy Forest of Bomarzo, and the Etruscan tombs of San Sebastian give off a strong energy that is as intensely palpable as the energy at known places of power of the Inkas. These are places where it is easy to explore your innermost self and to learn what is important for your own growth and personal development.