Rak Razam

10-day Plant Medicine Ayahuasca ‘Awakenings’ Shamanism Retreat in Peru, 2015 If you’ve read the book or seen the film, you’ll know that ‘Aya: Awakenings‘ takes you on a journey of shamanic discovery into the heart of the Amazon and the powerful plant medicine ayahuasca. Now you can be part of the awakening with these special 10-day healing retreats in April, June, Sept and Dec 2015 with Writer-Producer Rak Razam and legendary curandero Percy Garcia Lozano. This will be an intensive medicine plant-retreat designed to introduce you to ayahuasca and the healing it can provide on physical, psychological and spiritual levels.

Reality Sandwich | Rak Razam’s blog. Cosmovision: An Aya Odyssey Rak Razam The following is an excerpt from Aya: A Shamanic Odyssey now available from Icaro Publishing. “The vine has spread her tendrils across the world and a genuine archaic revival was underway. My bags were packed; South America beckoned, and the ancient mysteries of the rainforest awaited. I wanted in on it…” Iquitos, Wednesday July 5th., 2006 IQUITOS IS ELECTRIC WITH NOONDAY HUMIDITY as Vance, John and I wade through the horde of locals hustling trinkets outside the Parthenon gates and join the other ayahuasca gringos amassing by the

Interview with Rak Razam. Australia’s experiential journalist speaks out on entheogens, ayahuasca, salvia, and global psychedelic culture. Interview by James Kent Self-described “experiential journalist” Rak Razam is a busy man: Two wives, two kids, and two new entheogenic books to promote. Editor of “The Journeybook: Travels on the Frontiers of Consciousness” and author of “Aya: A Shamanic Odyssey”, Razam has his finger on the pulse of the Australian entheo scene and the global awakening. He graciously took the time to answer our questions for this exclusive DoseNation interview.

Reality Sandwich | Divine Voyeurs: Salvia on YouTube by Rak Razam. Phil’s sitting on a bed in a crashpad somewhere in the UK about to smoke Salvia Divinorum, an ancient Mazatec hallucinogenic herb. He’s a gangly lad in his 20s with shoulder-length dark hair, dressed in blue jeans and a dark t-shirt. As his friend hands him the bong he bites his lip in anticipation of this strange new drug he’s about to be filmed taking, which will later be posted on YouTube and broadcast to the world. The background music is “Over The Line” by The Crystal Method from