Miskayani is said to be a mystical sacred city of highly evolved, female priestesses. Like Shambhala of the Tibetans, the city is said to exist somewhere between the Earth plane and the higher spiritual dimensions, prophecy states that it is now becoming more accessible than ever to our world.
“The Q’ero say that only the pure of heart are allowed to enter Miskayani.”
In this workshop we will be focused on some of the Andean teachings of my teacher Elizabeth B Jenkins. Using her techniques of engaging with the Ñustas - the healing forces of nature, through the Ñawis - mystical eyes in the body. She has worked for almost 30 years with the Q’ero, a nation of people who live high in the Andes of Peru. Their principles are in Ayni - sacred exchange of Kausay - a belief that everything in nature is made of living energy and can be communed with, and harnessed as medicine.
An elemental yoga practice will open, nourish and empower the body, interspersed with Andean exercises to move Kausay, release Hoocha - heavy energy, and draw in Sami - light/refined energy. To finish will be a long meditation or journey - Wakay, which is a practice that takes us back in time cleaning and clearing fears and blockages that are held in the subconscious. The intention is to bring clarity to intentions and find purpose.
The imbalances in our societies have been going on for centuries, but it is really prevalent now as our immature aspects of male and female have been ruling. Now is not only time for the divine feminine to rise, but for us all to find a healthy balance of both our feminine and masculine characteristics.
The male equivalent of the Miskayani is called Paititi - a mystical city of the sacred masculine - said to be filled with riches of gold. Many an unawakened explorer has lost their lives in expeditions through Peruvian jungles to find this place. When really the gold is in the raising of consciousness within ourselves, meeting shoulder to shoulder and walking this path together.