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SEVEN-DAY RETREAT

The Nagual’s Awakening

June 13-19, Mexico City

Join this exclusive seven-day journey to the most extraordinary ancient cities in Mesoamerica, portals to primordial time and space. Imbue yourself with the Seers’ knowledge and thoughts about life, death and the universe.  Infuse yourself with vitality and expansion inspired by their achievements.  Recall your connection to the cosmos and your life purpose by awakening the nagual within you.

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"Human beings have a very deep sense of magic. We are part of the mysterious. Rationality is only a veneer with us. If we scratch that surface, we find a sorcerer underneath."

Carlos Castaneda

This unique retreat consists of a seven-day journey through specific archeological sites that connect us to the cognitive system of the seers of ancient Mexico. You will immerse in a dream to expand your perception through daily visits to the sites, the practice of mindful movements and silence, and group sharing.

Enter into a different cognitive system as a reference point to strategize your actions and your time on this planet.

Seven-Day Journey Program

We will meet you in Mexico City on June 13 at 2:00 pm and drive you to Teotihuacan and to all sites, completing the program on June 19 at 3:00 pm in Mexico City.

What the tuition includes?

– Six nights hotel accommodations


– Six breakfasts, six lunches, dinner the first night


– Ground transportation from Mexico City to all sites


**Tuition does not include flight tickets, entrances to sites and museums.

What the retreat includes?

The Retreat includes visits to:

– The ancient cities of Teotihuacan and Tula 

 

– Teotihuacan at night under the full moon guided by a local archeologist

 

– The archeological site of Cuicuilco and  Nevado de Toluca

 

– Museums including Templo Mayor and Anthropology Museum

 

– Castaneda’s favorite sites such as the Palacio de Bellas Artes, the Zocalo, and Xochimilco

The retreat also includes seven days of Being Energy sessions with:

– Movement and Breathing practices

 

– Recapitulation Processes in trios

 

– Practices to sustain states of calm alertness

 

– Meditation and dreaming practices

 

– Sharing in a safe and private environment

 

– Group visualization and dreaming 

About Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan, Birthplace of Gods, was an immense city that flourished in the highlands of central Mexico from about 100 BC to AD 650, long before the Aztecs. Teotihuacan was considered…

Teotihuacan was considered the center of the world where time and space began and the emergence of the land from a primordial sea. Its mysteries are still unfolding today. 

Its three pyramids built in alignment with the three stars of Orion’s Belt, its tunnels connecting under the city, and the temple of Quetzalcoatl symbolizing the process of regeneration and rebirth, all indicate the city was a portal to access higher consciousness in harmony with the processes of life and death. 

We will connect with the wisdom and teachings of the people of Teotihuacan and use it as a springboard for expanding every dimension of your life.  

About Tula

Tula, also called Tollan, was the ancient capital of the Toltecs and reach its peak between ad 850 and 1150. The Toltecs were legendary sculptors and artists, who left impressive monuments and…

The Toltecs were legendary sculptors and artists, who left impressive monuments and stone carvings behind. They were religious warriors who spread the cult of their god Quetzalcoatl to all corners of their empire. 

The story of Quetzalcoatl is the journey of a serpent that grows wings on its chest.  It symbolizes the journey of becoming a heart-centered conscious being. Tula and Chichen-Itza are undeniably connected: both share architectural and thematic similarities that extend far beyond their worship of Quetzalcoatl. 

Archaeologists originally surmised that the Toltecs conquered Chichen-Itza, but it's now generally accepted that exiled Toltec nobles likely settled there and brought their culture with them. 

For us, Tula is the portal to our spiritual dimension: we come from the stars, from infinity, and at the end of our lives, we return, to infinity. Our journey here on earth is a journey of awareness. We remember who we are and what we came here to do while visiting Tula. 

About Cuicuilco

Cuicuilco was the first ceremonial center of the Valley of Mexico. The word Cuicuilco is of Nahuatl origin and means “place of songs.” The latest research indicates that the place was inhabited from…

The latest research indicates that the place was inhabited from 2000 BC and reached its peak during the Middle Pre-classic period. Between 600 to 800 AD the city may have had up to 20,000 inhabitants. Eruptions of the Xitle volcano caused the site to be abandoned, which was crucial to the subsequent development of cultures such as in Teotihuacan. 

The main building is dedicated to the god Huehuetéotl, "Old God of Fire," and inside there are cinnabar red drawings. Some research indicates that the first steps for developing a calendar based on the observation of the sun's movements were taken here. 

At Cuicuilco we will acknowledge the ancestors that gave birth to so many...

For a detailed and daily schedule of the journey please email us at

aerin@beingenergy.com and tom@beingenergy.com.

 

If you cannot join the entire tour, you can jump and meet us in Mexico City for the second part of the journey from June 17, 18 and 19, three day-workshop. Email us for more details. 

Who is Guiding this Event?

Sessions will be conducted by Aerin Alexander, Tom Reavley, Ari Sansores and local archeologists.

Schedule

The event begins on June 13 at 2:00 pm and ends on June 19 at 3:00 pm.

Contact and Registration

Contact us

1-808-769-0167

+52 473 560 0984

+52 55 2300 7348

The Nagual’s Awakening

June 13-19, Mexico City

Join this exclusive seven-day journey to the most extraordinary ancient cities in Mesoamerica, portals to primordial time and space.

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