The Munay-Ki comes from a Quechua word t

The Munay-Ki comes from a Quechua word that means ‘I love you.’ The Munay-Ki is the nine rites of initiation to become a person of wisdom and power who has accepted the stewardship for all creation. The Rites are common to all shamanic traditions, even though they are expressed in different forms and styles in various cultures. They derive from the great initiations from the Hindus Valley that were brought to the Americas by the first medicine men and women who crossed the Baring Straits from Siberia during the glacial period some 30,000 years ago. These courageous travelers were the Earth keepers of old.
Since the Earth keepers come from the future as well, they can help us to access who we are becoming as humans 10,000 years from now. The memories from the past are available to the person who taps into that vast reservoir of knowledge that exists outside of time. The visions of the future come as possibilities, because everything in the future is still in potential form. The act of finding this desirable future installs it into our collective destiny and makes it a little bit more probable than it was before, because it has acquired another quantum of energy from these shaman’s visions.
The Munay-Ki helps us to become instruments of peace and agents for change and transformation. As you are initiated into the Nine Rites you join a group of ordinary men and women who lead extraordinary lives – the Earth keepers or medicine people of the Americas. As you experience the Munay-Ki, you’ll feel the presence and sense the wisdom of these luminous ones who have broken out of linear time and now dwell in infinity.
Time to be what you came here to be.
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