Wild Shaman Immersion
A Traditional Learning Trail
An Old World Approach via Wilderness Rites
This is a six month traditional learning trail that occurs amongst nature focused on providing the direct experiences and hands on learning that offers a more indigenous or original way of “coming to know.”
Please Read In Its Entirety Before Contacting. An invite only journey.
Origins and Lineage
The word "Shaman/Saman" is Tungusic that originally referred to a particular kind of Buddhist Tantrika. Different sects grew from this. Some localized within villages and remained as basic healers and sky tenders while the Tantrikas focused on further cultivation and advanced into what are Great Siddhas.
Our AyurMukti Lineage derives from the Himalayan Tantrikas & Siddhas that trails their origins to the pre-Buddhist Bonpo.
We're an animistic lineage that draws from an intimate relationship with nature and the primal potencies therein while also focused on inner cultivation and growing into the "Medicine" we each are here to uniquely contribute to the whole.
Chivito spent many years living and training with his Babas in India. He weaves together this lineage with the Indigenous etiquette and psychology learned from his mentors who are Hopi, Puyallup and Dine’ elders amongst others along with wild craft skills and traditional wilderness rites of passage.. See bio for more details.
A traditional shamanic path is one that brings you back into humble relationship with the subtle relationships unseen yet influencing life ever ongoing.
It restore a mythic relationship, language and conversation with the Otherness deeply felt to those who tune their senses to how our ancestors once listened to the emanations of the fecund Earth dreaming through us.
The focus of this immersion is to provide a traditional form of learning the foundational awarenesses, mythic-cosmology, and ancestral ways of communion with the natural world, the ancestors and land spirits, totems and the primordial elemental forces.
It's focused on crafting the experiences amongst our beautiful PNW wilderness where you come into direct contact with their unique potencies, sentience, and specific teachings they have to offer.
You'll gain a new relationship with the PNW, our unique "power places", plants & totems, and specific elementals from which we draw our power for healing, learning, and being in greater belonging with.
Hence it's a journey focused on providing the ancestral and indigenous etiquette and psychology that enables you to cultivate relationship these.
This isn't a journey of learning information, but through direct experience and indigenous etiquette, you learn how to learn and apprentice yourself directly to the natural world, elemental forces, ancestors and land spirits.
Training occurs outside amongst various wilderness areas.
Hopi Elder share indigenous knowledge and relationship with plants, the local ecology, and the land. Stories and knowledge of plants cultivates relationship with place.
He'll also share the animistic relationship and powers animals hold... How the Hopi have harnessed and honored these powers for ceremony, influencing elemental powers, and stewarding their people in relationship with the animals, land, and weather.
A rare and special look into a world few outsiders see or hear about.
Mingus Elder, Patrick, we lead us in birthing a Medicine Drum and share the hidden teachings of the Drum. He teaches through story, humor, movement, and lots of coyotye trickery!
We’ll lean into the 36 Elements which are the fundamental principles of nature that give structure, expression and unique function to every living thing.
You’ll gain experience with how they interact and learn how to influence them to create change, heal, or harness them via rituals, healing methods, plants/herbs, and spiritual practices.
Your ability to perceive them and know how to influence them is the foundational skill of a Tantrika-Mystic that determines their effectiveness and ability.