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Visit From A Maya Shaman

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We haven’t had a had a philanthropists club meeting in a while, so when the opportunity came up to have Maya Shaman Rosario come and visit, I thought it’d be perfect to get a small group together for a potluck, and the option of getting a treatment or just enjoying the energy of the event.

I know doing this will help balance the house energy pull and the right people who need to be here. I’m also looking for personal balance with a primary focus on good health so that I can continue enjoying my journey in my own way. I’m ready to see more of what I have been thinking about come to life, and I do believe this will help be a catalyst to that happening.

It’s 2 pm and people are due in an hour. The stew is simmering in the crock pot. Chatting Shuffles on the coconut phone; she will pick Rosario up after she arrives in the water taxi this afternoon.

When Rosario came, we had already decided that this would be more of a sign up night, and if she felt up to it she could do a treatment after meeting everyone.

We were getting the table height set when Rosario brought out her Sastun, which was handed down to her from her grandfather Don Elijio Panti , who planted the Medicine trail. A Sastun is a round stone that fits easily in the palm of your hand. Rosario uses it to help determine what people need in regards to a treamment. She also showed us her thorns which she uses like acupuncture.

It’s 10:13 pm. We had an action packed afternoon/evening, and now it’s time for some sleep.

Gorgeous sunset on Ambergris Caye

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2 Comments

  1. tacogirl December 17, 2008

    Deanna Adventurous Wench tour sounds fun. Posted more since I had treatment you can always email me via my profile for more.

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  2. Deanna Keahey December 16, 2008

    OK, I’m dying to hear what a Mayan Shaman does! I’ve been to Ambergris a couple of times, and I wish I was back there now — not until April though, when I’ll be there with one of our Adventurous Wench tours. Now, about that Mayan shaman?? Thanks! (-:

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