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New and Full Moons, Equinoxes and Solstices, Day of the Dead


Continuing with the indigenous traditions of earth honoring ceremonies, Akutu Irka celebrates mother earth and its cycles by acknowledging the change of seasons on the solstices and equinoxes. These changes remind us that there are times for planting, growing, harvesting and resting. She also acknowledges the cycles of the grandmother moon, celebrating when it is new and when it is full, bringing to our awareness the beginning and completion of our personal and work cycles.

For completing the year-calendar, she offers a ceremony to the ancestors on the Day of the Dead when we receive their visit and blessing.





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Power Animal Retrieval ︎︎︎


Some of our indigenous relatives from the Amazon give a power animal to every child that is born in their villages. This is a belief and tradition that has been passed on for centuries.


Extraction Healing ︎︎︎


This session removes intrusions and negative energy lodged in your spiritual body -- such energy accumulates when you have been in a vulnerable place in your life or toxic environment.


Shamanic Divination ︎︎︎


The Akutu enters into a non-ordinary state of consciousness to get the help of her compassionate spirit guides to bring the answers to the questions requested by the person.



Breaking Patterns ︎︎︎


From a shamanic point of view, when a person experiences a trauma or harsh difficulties in life it creates a pattern that will lodge in specific places of the body. Once there, this outdated and unwanted feeling and behavior will inform the responses to the current life situations.


Despojo or Clearing and Protection ︎︎︎


You can benefit from this ceremony if you have experienced rough times or have been dealing with toxic people or environment for a period of time.


Consultation Call ︎︎︎


For Extraction Healing and Breaking Patterns sessions.


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