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Summary

More and more people from all walks of life and spiritual and religious backgrounds feel drawn to ayahuasca in often surprising ways. In this revised and expanded edition of Ayahuasca: Soul Medicine of the Amazon Jungle, author Javier Regueiro offers a guide for those new to the use of this powerful medicine that originates in the Amazon rainforest.

Javier Regueiro not only provides general information about ayahuasca, but he bridges the cultural gap between the native and the current use of ayahuasca by Westerners. This guide offers background about the plant medicine, its history, and how to engage with and learn through its use. It includes stories of Javier's personal experience of transformation as well as stories from those he's guided in ceremonies.

Addressed to the ever-increasing number of people who approach this medicine for their own personal healing and development, this guidebook provides clear and practical advice on how to use this therapeutic modality in a fashion that is meaningful to modern people for a maximum of benefit.

©2017 Javier Regueiro (P)2017 Javier Regueiro

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Excellent

An amazing account and one well worth reading before as well as after your ceremony. Highly recommended

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  • Si
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  • 15-10-17

Better than expected

Excellent audiobook, essential for anybody considering taking Ayahuasca or who has an deep interest in the experience, culture and etiquette that surrounds it. This is one book that could not have been read satisfactorily by anyone but the author, lest it lose authenticity and immediacy. My only criticism is that several times during the narration sentences are repeated and this is distracting.

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  • ish
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  • 26-10-17

Complete in every way!

Truly wonderful and insightful book. This book will answers so many questions for those who are thinking of trying this medicine and even more for those who have.
I froze for a while when Javier described a moment where he was greeted by countless Buddha's and one central Buddha, seeing this as a moment of acceptance as I too had the exact same experience on a journey.
Thanks Javier for this book as I now have a what feels like a tool I can refer to when looking for those unanswered questions.

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  • Mr
  • 03-02-18

Utter rubbish

What would have made Ayahuasca: Soul Medicine of the Amazon Jungle better?

I'm so disappointed in this audiobook - the author is very confused and talks boringly. Don't bother buying it.

Has Ayahuasca: Soul Medicine of the Amazon Jungle put you off other books in this genre?

No

Would you be willing to try another one of Javier Regueiro’s performances?

No

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Ayahuasca: Soul Medicine of the Amazon Jungle?

All of it

Any additional comments?

Instead read "Five weeks in the Amazon" by Sean Michael Hayes, it's a really good book (at least the Kindle version) Sean is open and honest.

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  • 21-12-17

Read this if planning on doing Ayahuasca

The author shares many pieces of information that would be very helpful for anyone preparing to try ayahuasca. After finishing this book, I truly feel ready for my first Ayahuasca experience that will be coming up in a few weeks.

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  • Sean
  • 14-12-17

Great preparation book!

This was a great book and I was so excited to find since the universe brought Aya to me sooner than expected. I love that it's audio so I can listen to it over and over to prepare my mind for the journey ahead.

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  • Michelle Rushe
  • 23-06-18

Perfect book for Ayahuasca ceremony preparation

A fantastic overview and starter guide to anyone interested in taking part in an Ayahuasca ceremony.

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  • Wildfire
  • 12-04-18

Passenger orientation

This is a balanced and thorough orientation, useful for anyone contemplating a Medicine ceremony. The author is an experienced and articulate shaman with broad experiences & I found his content useful & trustworthy.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-01-18

I enjoyed this book and I will listen to ot again!

I would like details on how so called African American's have responded to their experiences and their overall view, of their current oppression, after the ayahuasca ceremonies!!!! Also information on shamans role in times of war!! Do shamans have offences and defenses in time of oppression and war??