Sergey Baranov follows his powerful first book, Path: Seeking Truth in a World of Lies, with an unflinching examination of the sicknesses that lie at the heart of Western culture and makes an unshakable case that the ancient shamanic traditions of the world are our one best hope for survival. Grounded in a decade of ongoing experience working in Peru with the Huachuma cactus, also known as San Pedro, Baranov recounts his own story of personal transformation and healing the medicine brought to him and his clients at Huachuma Wasi, a spiritual retreat center he has created in the Sacred Valley. A book for anyone who feels trapped by the competing ideologies of religion, science, and consumerism, The Mescaline Confession offers a sensible, honest, and loving way to find the path to healing, self-knowledge, and ecstasy in your life.
“We seem to be in a period of psychedelic renaissance. This renewed interest is finding expression in new research studies on potential medical applications, legalization of marijuana in many areas of the U.S., and waves of new spiritual seekers traveling to Peru and other Central and South American locales to explore indigenous practices for opening the inner eye. This latter group will find no better guide than the The Mescaline Confession: Breaking Through The Walls of Delusion. Baranov is no newcomer to this project. He’s spent his life searching among the various wisdom traditions for whatever they could teach him. It is the plant medicines and the traditional practices and ceremonies around their use that have spoken most powerfully to him. This journey has led not only to the book but also to the seemingly miraculous developments in his life of a Peruvian wife and life partner, two young daughters, and a home/retreat center in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Baranov assiduously avoids setting himself up as a guru or shaman, instead opting to openhandedly make available to other seekers what he’s learned about plant medicines and the rituals and practices that honor them. He shares these in his book and also in his Peruvian retreat center where he assures us one can find not only legal freedom but also a safe set and setting.” David Van Nuys PhD, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Creator/Host of The Shrink Rap Radio podcast.
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