Part of the allure of ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi) is its power to put the user in direct contact with the spirit world.
For most tribal people, the risk was not so much one of dying but of not living properly. It was the quality of your time on Earth, not the quantity, that was important to them. As a modern culture we have forgotten this part of the dream. Our relationship to the natural world and the natural world’s to us.
An objective, if you will, is to change your dream, your way of thinking about this reality. Not just through talking about it like we are doing here, but to feel it deep inside ourselves with such intensity that it will forever change our relationship with reality. Being aware of our unity with all living things; animals, plants, minerals, mountains, air,fire, water.
Through that reality shift, combined with the concept of “we are all one” a new possibility becomes undenyingly clear to the rational mind.