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Juan Núñez del Prado followed in the footsteps of his father Oscar Núñez del Prado, studying anthropology at the University of Cusco and specializing in the religious culture of the Inkas and Q’eros, the direct descendants of the royal line of the Inkas. During his studies, his contact with the Q'eros has led him to seek initiation into the Inka tradition. For more than 10 years, he studied under the Indian healer Don Benito Qoriwaman, who was known throughout the valley of Cuzco and whom Shirley Maclaine describes in her book "It's all in the playing." It was also Don Benito who sparked Juan Núñez del Prado's interest in this ancient system of teachings on wisdom.
Subsequently, Juan expanded his knowledge further by working with other well-known old masters such as Don Andres Espinoza, Don Melchor Deza, Don Manuel Qispe, and Don Mariano Apaza and gained practically endless experience. It is important to him to share his knowledge with students around the world according to the only commandment of the Inka religion, Ayni.
It could be said that Juan Núñez del Prado is probably the individual with the most comprehensive knowledge of the Inka religion, the Inka culture, the energy work of the Inka and all its myths today. These days, even young Q'eros seek him out to learn from him, which he considers a great honor and sign of appreciation.
Due to his innate curiosity and his scientific background as an anthropologist, Juan Núñez del Prado never grows tired of expanding his knowledge in the areas of astronomy, psychology, and other religions and connecting it with the spirituality of the Inkas and the Inka tradition.
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|Inka Path 4||19.10.18 - 21.10.18||DE – 38644 Goslar||Ivan und Juan Núñez del Prado||450,- €||
2-days master class in the Andean tradition with Juan and Ivan Núñez del Prado. This course teaches tools from the Qayahuaya tradition in Bolivia as well as advanced healing techniques. It also gives an overview over modern astronomy as well as C. G. Jung's psychology and connects both with today's Inka tradition.
|Meeting with the Mountains||22.06.19 - 27.06.19||The Alpes||Juan Núñez del Prado, Hans-Martin Beck||
Practioners of the Inka tradition from all over the world gather in the Alps to connect with Mother Nature and the spirits of the mountains, glaciers & power places. Their goal is to development themselves and help others to do the same. Non-practitioners welcome!