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Jhaimy Alvarez Acosta

The "Eagle and the Condor" are symbolic of the play between North and South

Meet Jhaimy Alvarez-Acosta

Jhaimy is a Traditional Curandero (Healer) from Cusco, Peru who has been trained and initiated in the wisdom teachings of the Northern region of Peru, home to the ancient lineage of the Sacred Plant medicine known as Wachuma or San Pedrito. Jhaimy began his initiation onto this path at a young age and has apprenticed with Master Teachers in the Alchemical mystery teachings of transformation and transmutation.


As a keeper of Ancient Wisdom has been invited to share his knowledge and lead ceremonies at conferences, workshops and specialized tours throughout Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Brazil and most recently in Spain and Sweden.  He also holds a degree in Tourism from La Universidad Andina del Cusco and has presented lectures and public talks at Trent University as an invited guest of the Indigenous Studies Department.

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Jhaimy Alvarez-Acosta, Chakaruna

 Chakaruna is a word that means Bridge.  Much of the feeling of "Chakaruna" relates to the metaphor of the Eagle and the Condor.  The Condor (the great South) floats on the planetary flow or updrafts.  The Eagle (or vibrant North) calculates its prey and acts of volition.  Jhaimy understands these two worlds and the need for a  coming together.


So much wisdom came to me from this simple talk.