• The Dark Side Of Ayahuasca: What You Need To Know

  • Apr 16 2024
  • Length: 2 hrs and 19 mins
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The Dark Side Of Ayahuasca: What You Need To Know

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  • This podcast is from one of our Sunday sessions at ➡ https://www.seer.school TruthSeekah shares a personal account of an Ayahuasca experience, exploring the complex interplay between Christian beliefs and the encounters with both divine and demonic presences facilitated by this powerful plant medicine. Listen as we discuss the transformative and challenging aspects of Ayahuasca ceremonies, including the integration of profound spiritual insights and the confrontation with personal demons. This honest reflection aims to provide listeners with a deeper understanding of Ayahuasca's impact from a Christian perspective, emphasizing the spiritual and emotional journey involved.


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    Topics: SpiritualJourney, AyahuascaExperience, HealingProcess, PersonalGrowth, CommunitySupport, SpiritualRetreats, PlantMedicine, ScienceAndSpirituality, PrayerPower, ForgivenessHealing #ayahuascaceremony #psychadelics #christian
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