Ayahuasca Experiences, Stories, & What To Expect
Ayahuasca Experiences, Stories,
& What To Expect
Besides direct Ayahuasca experiences, the best way to know what to expect from an experience with Ayahuasca is to read the Ayahuasca stories of others. You can find vast amounts of Ayahuasca stories and Ayahuasca experiences on the internet if you just search for Ayahuasca experiences, or Ayahuasca stories on google, or even “Ayahuasca what to expect.”
You will find that a lot of people have offered their Ayahuasca experiences in blogs, forums and websites without limit. We will list a few of the blogs, forums and websites below where you can find some stories of Ayahuasca experiences, but in no way is this the limit. There are many places you can find this information, if other people’s Ayahuasca experiences are something you are interested in reading. Again, the only way to truly know Ayahuasca is to have your own direct experience with Ayahuasca healing, of course!
We encourage you to not be dismayed if you read about bad Ayahuasca experiences because it is not unusual that a person’s first Ayahuasca journey is dark, confusing and even brings tears. This is because deep healing must take place and you must be willing to look into places you might not want to look. Sometimes the first journey is about physical cleansing if there is a state of ill health or revitalization that is needed. Don’t be surprised if your first journey is more about healing than anything else.
If you have done a lot of your spiritual homework before-hand though, you will go straight to the lighter side of Ayahuasca healing right away!
If healing cancer or other serious illnesses, you might need as many as 10-20 journeys, because this is very deep healing that has to do with the physical body, not just the heart and mind. It depends on how fast you can process what comes up.
So if you read a person’s Ayahuasca experience and they say their Ayahuasca experience is not what they hoped for, you will notice that this person usually had only 1-2 journeys and did not like what they saw. If a person is not ready to face the darker aspects of self, painful or traumatic memories that need healing, or look at the faults within oneself, Ayahuasca is not going to be an easy experience. All baggage must be left at the door, and sometimes that takes a few journeys before a person learns how to work with Ayahuasca (instead of against it) and can then move into the lighter areas of self. Ayahuasca first goes into your closets and cleans house! This is why Ayahuasca is so healing.
Here are some of the sources you can look to if you want to read about the Ayahuasca stories and Ayahuasca experiences of others.