The Munay-Ki rites were brought to the West by Dr. Alberto Villoldo, distilled from his work as a medical anthropologist with the high shamans of the Amazon and Andes.
The prophecies of the ancient Americas speak about a period of great transformation, and foretell of a new human appearing on the planet – persons of wisdom and power who live free of fear and abide in their eternal nature, Homo Luminous.
These Rites of the Munay-Ki transform and upgrade your luminous energy field.
Munay-Ki Karpay From South American Shamanic Tradition
These Rites are the Shaman’s Path of the Q’ero nation, the indigenous people of the holy mountains of the Andes in Peru. They are given as the next step in the evolution of humanity to realign and attune our neuro-pathways and help shift human consciousness.
They are energetic transmissions that heal the wounds of the past – the karmic & genetic programs and beliefs you inherited. Tey re-inform your DNA, enabling you to grow a new body that ages, heals, and dies differently.
“The Munay-Ki is your invitation to dream an entire new world into being.” – (Alberto Villoldo, founder)
The word munay means “I love you” or “Be as thou art”.
In essence, the rites are about stewardship. As our ability to destroy the world increases, we are called to step up to the task of assuming stewardship for all creation. They are not ego-awards or recognition of any kind of achievement, nor do they make anyone special. Rather, they make one uniquely unimportant. Only then – from a position of no-ego – can we truly be of service.
Munay-Ki : The Great Principles
The Great Principles are the foundation practices of the Earthkeepers; the basic fundamental code of behavior; the most elevated and sublime form of their wisdom.
- practice non-violence you create peace.
- speak truth, everything you say becomes so.
- practice integrity you repair the world and it becomes whole.
- live with moderation you preserve your life force and live a long and healthy life.
- live in generosity everything comes to you.
Nonviolence – Bring no harm to yourself or others.
Truthfulness – Be true to your word, and let your word be true.
Integrity – Do not steal, not even a glance; walk your talk.
Moderation – Use wisely the life force within you.
Generosity – Give more than you take for nothing in the world really belongs to you.