Ayahuasca Visions: The Wolf Medicine Woman Who Was Me 10,000 Years Ago

I found myself observing I found myself observing a scene from above, I was looking at an alpine landscape under a full moon. I could see the tree line of mountains rising up around a high Meadow. Traipsing in the meadow under the moonlight was the figure, a woman dressed in wolf skins. I had an intuitive sense that the scene I was observing happened a very long time ago, like quite possibly 10,000 years ago, though I have no idea what the timeline of humanity’s existence on this Earth actually is.

The silver pelt of a wolf draped her shoulders, its face on her head. She had furry wolf skin boots, and a big, full silvery wolf tail bouncing behind her as she skipped through the alpine meadow. I saw a medicine bag hanging from her waist, and she carried a club-like staff. I looked at her with admiration, how brave and courageous she was to fearlessly walk in the wilderness at night all by herself. I felt a pang of wistfulness, how I longed to be that too.

Then the scene grew closer, like the lens of a camera zooming in, so that I gazed upon her face, and saw it was my own.

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About Lorna Liana

Lorna Liana is a new media strategist and lifestyle business coach to visionary entrepreneurs. She travels the world while running her business as a digital nomad. Lorna's boutique agency provides “done for you” web design, development and online marketing services for social ventures, sustainable brands, transformational coaches and new paradigm thought leaders. She is also a personal development junkie, and 20 year practitioner of shamanism, with extensive training in Tibetan Bon Shamanism and the ayahuasca traditions of the Amazon Basin. A self-professed ayahuasca snob and perennial ayahuasca tourist, Lorna has been drinking ayahuasca since 2004. She's been in approximately 150 ayahuasca ceremonies (from terrible to fantastic), and tasted wide variety of ayahuasca brews (from awful to exquisite). Her ayahuasca experience spans 30+ different shamans and facilitators, 7 indigenous tribes, several Brazilian churches, and a host of neo-shamanic circles, in Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Europe, the US, and Asia. Through this widely-varied background, she hopes to shed some perspective on the globalization of ayahuasca.

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  1. naomiarbabi@gmail.com' Naomi on December 10, 2018 at 8:57 am

    How beautiful!

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