Embarking on your first Ayahuasca experience can be overwhelming, so you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared several weeks prior to the ceremony and our practical guide will help you have a meaningful and expansive experience.
1. White attire
It is recommended to wear an all white attire for our ayahuasca ceremony.
2. Pillow, Sleeping Bag, Air Mattress, and Mosquito Net
3. Water bottle
Sparingly drink water during the ceremony, only when you need it. It is not recommended to drink a lot of water throughout the entire experience. Get a water bottle that we love using here.
Having a journal on hand allows you to record notes during the ceremony. With so much that happen during the experience, you may want to jot anything down that comes to you so you can revisit it at a later time. Get a journal here.
A reliable pen is always a good thing to have on hand and make sure it has a lot of ink in it. Get our favorite pen here.
Various essential oils may come in handy during the ceremony, especially when you feel nauseated. Get a set of essential oils here.
Various essential oils may come in handy during the ceremony, especially when you feel nauseated. Get deet-free mosquito repellant here.
8. Hand Towel and/or Eye Mask
It’s easy to get distracted by others during the ceremony, having a hand towel or eye mask to cover your eyes will allow you to focus inwardly on your journey. Get a super comfortable eye mask here.
9. Rose Water
Have some rose water close to you when you feel heaviness during the ceremony. Get beautiful smelling rose water here.
Sage yourself before ceremony. And before ceremony begins, place some sage on all four corners of your mat for protection. Get organic sage here.
11. Rose Quartz
Hold onto the rose quartz and keep it near you during the ceremony. It will help keep you grounded in the experience. Get a beautiful rose quartz here.
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