When I went to Peru I took about three weeks off of my daily self pleasure practice. This practice was something that I had cultivated over the past several years. And it’s the bread and butter of what I teach. Not only to women but men as well. So letting go of this practice was something totally new for me. This would be the longest break I had from the practice in the past three years.
Of all the travel I have done, no trips I have been on come anywhere even close to this one.
The outstanding things from his trip in Peru can all be summed up in one word: intensity.
The intensity of the altitude, the hike in, the inner personal work that was required the experiences with ceremonies, the amount of circling and sharing, the daily lived experience. It was all so intense.
I had over 10 years being totally sober. Not even consuming alcohol at a level that was altering.
I was scared of substances and supplements that altered my state. It was based on having trauma involved in some of my last experiences before making the change. Before I went “sober” I had smoked weeks regularly for about two years and experimented with everything from traditional ecstasy, mushrooms to LSD.