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... about the Inka tradition

In this interview Ivan Núñez del Prado, alto mesayoq and teacher of the Inka tradition from Peru, gives a beautiful introduction of what this spiritual tradition is about. He covers all the basics - from the kausay pacha, the universe made of living energy - to sami and jucha (light and heavy energy), from the Inka muju (seed) to humans' intention. At the end he also tells how this spiritual practice can help you to grow your consciousness levels by applying the exercises of the tradition so you finally see the world through different eyes

Ivan Núñez del Prado from Lima

In this interview Juan Núñez del Prado, anthropologist, alto mesayoq and one of the most knowledgeable people in the world regarding the spiritual tradition of the Andes, explains the origins of the Inka tradition. He shows why the sacred or sacrality was such an important factor for this spiritual system of beliefs, how this tradition supported one of the wealthiest and most sophisticated empires in the history of man and how it can help people today to develop themselves.

Juan Núñez del Prado from Cusco, Peru

Juan Núñez del Prado is surely one of the most respected and best-known masters of the spiritual art of the Andes. In this interview he speaks about the Andean tradition, what people could gain when practicing this wisdom teaching and how he uses the tools.

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Juan Núñez del Prado from Cusco, Peru

Elizabeth Jenkins is a psychotherapist, successful book author and well-known spiritual teacher from the US. In this interview she tells how she "met" this tradition in 1988 and what she loves about it. She aso speaks about Pachamama, the great cosmic Mother, her relationship to nature and about the paqos from all around the world.

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Elizabeth Jenkins from Hawaii, USA

Andreas tells in this video how he utilizes these simple techniques of the inka religion to help himself and others. He describes what he likes about the Inka tradition, also known as "spiritual tradition of the Andes" or "spiritual art of the Inkas", and the opportunities these excercies provide: People get the chance to improve their quality of life.

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Andreas, from Stockholm, Sweden

In this video Selma tells how she learned about the Andean tradition many years ago and that she first got in touch with the Andean tradition through the Hatun Karpay, a spiritual journey in which one connects with powerful places and beings. What she enjouys about the Inka religionand is that one can develop his or her consciousness and personality with humour, joy and laughter. For the Andean tradition can help people to grow and to become lighter.

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Selma from Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Anna describes in this video how long she has been practising the Andean tradition, what she likes about this tradition and how these tools and excercises can help people in their every-day achievements. For her these tools are easy-to-use and powerful and they can help people to improve their relationships and jobs, to feel energized and powerful. and this only takes little time...

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Anna from Stockholm, Sweden

... about our spiritual journeys

Anna describes her point of view of the spiritual travel in Peru called HATUN KARPAY. Sie talks about her feelings when she saw Machu Picchu the first time, the old ruins and citadel above the Urubamba river and she clearly describes what makes these journeys so unique and where the differences are compared to average package-deal trips to sacred places in Peru.

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Anna from Stockholm, Sweden

In this brief interview Selma describes how she experienced the Hatun Karpay, a 10 day initiation trip to Peru. This spiritual journey leads people to famous and well-known places such as Machu Picchu, Pisaq, Ollantaytambo or Saqsaywaman where they learn to connect with the energies of these places, with Mother Nature, Mother Earth and many other male and female spirits.

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Selma from Amsterdam, The Netherlands