Munay-Ki Rites Workshop in Valley Springs, CA in January 2011

Munay-Ki comes from the Quechua word meaning “I love you” or “BE AS THOU ART” and represents the 9 great rites of initiation to the indigenous medicine way of healing and transformation. The transmission of these rites have been protected and handed down from generations of Inka Shaman known as “Wisdom Keepers”. These “Wisdom Keepers” have held these rites sacred for thousands of years and have only recently made these transmissions available to people outside of their linage.

Munay-Ki holds the luminous codes or keys to unlock and activate our Luminous Energy Field (LEF) to the universal powers of protection, wisdom and healing. Once activated, Munay-Ki prepares us for the energy shifts leading up through 2012 by attuning our energy to that of “Homo Luminous” or the vibration of Angels and anchoring us into an emerging “New World” filled with harmony, peace and balance. This new vibration triggers a complete reweaving of our energy matrix which directly influences how our DNA creates, informs and assembles our physical bodies. Liberated from a place of scarcity to a state of Grace we are no longer destined to repeat the history of our ancestors. As the new “Earthkeepers” we gracefully take our place as Co-Creators with LIFE and courageously dream our world into being

In this 2.3 day weekend workshop you will learn the rites and practices of Munay-Ki and become a Certified Munay-Ki Practitioner. As a Certified Munay-Ki Practitioner you will be able to register with the official Munay-Ki website, add yourself to the list of Certified Munay-Ki Practitioners and gain access to all of its learning resources.

Dates in Valley Springs, CA

Intro to Munay-Ki and Healer Rites: Friday, Jan. 14th

Foundation Rites: Saturday, Jan. 15th, 2011

Lineage Rites: Sunday, Jan. 16th, 2011


6-9 p.m. (Friday only)

10:00 – 5:00 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday)

$200 – includes light lunch (only 10 spots available – both day classes must be attended for certification)
* A deposit of $100 will be required by Friday January 7th, 2011 to reserve your spot in the workshop. Payment in full must be received by Friday January 14th at the time of sign in and registration.

What to Bring
Pen/Journal, Jacket, Water, Munchies and Rain Gear. * In receiving the transmission of the rites of passage of the Inka tradition it is customary to gift the Practitioner (as a sacred symbol of reciprocity) with a small token of your appreciation. This gift is from the heart; not from your wallet. Small gift suggestions are: a hug, an item from nature, a card, a piece of incense, a food item, something created by you. Follow your heart and it will guide you.

Contact and Location
Terri Gladden
Tel: 209-772-9113 or 209-728-7195
Email: terrigadden Web: http://

Location: 2772 Ross Drive, Valley Springs CA 95252

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