The outside world was first introduced to the work of the Peruvian artist Pablo Amaringo with the publication of the book ‘Ayahuasca. Ayahuasca Visions by Pablo Amaringo. Every tree, every plant, has a spirit. People may say that the plant has no mind. I tell them that the plant is alive. The Ayahuasca Visions of Pablo Amaringo by Pablo Amaringo, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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The Ayahuasca Visions of Pablo Amaringo

Visionary Art by pahlo legendary artist-shaman from the Peruvian Amazon. People may say that a plant has no mind. I tell them that a plant is alive and conscious.

A plant may not talk, but there is a spirit in it that is conscious, that sees everything, which is the soul of the plant, its essence, what makes it alive. I feel a great sorrow when trees are burned, when the forest is destroyed.

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I feel sorrow because I know that human beings are doing something very wrong. When one takes Ayahuasca one can sometimes hear how the trees cry when they are going to be cut down. They know beforehand, and they cry. Deep inside the Amazon rainforest. Amaringo is renowned for his paintings depicting his smaringo from drinking Ayahuascaan ancient, sacred, entheogenic brew consumed ritually by the indigenous peoples of the Amazon as part of their shamanic traditions.


After healing himself from a severe heart disease, Amaringo began to train as a amwringo shamanhealing himself and others, before giving this up in to dedicate his life to ayahausca. Hypnotic, wildly colourful and incredibly intricate, Amaringo paints spirits, spaceships, sub-aquatic cities, celestial realms, extraterrestrial ayabuasca of great wisdom, spells, sorcerers and shamans, all revealed to him by Ayahuasca. Alongside his own work as an artist, Amaringo notably founded the Usko-Ayar School of Paintingan art school and an institution devoted to the rescue and preservation of the knowledge and the amatingo of the indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon.

Amaringo saw his art as a sacred creation and medicine. An invitation into The Mythical, The Infinite and the source of life itself: You are conscious and awake. That is why it is the planta maestra — the eye through which you see the world, the universe. Everyone has a role to play inspiring, creating, evolving their minds to preserve the world.


Much of my education I owe to the intelligence of these great teachers. They can help all of us to know the art of healing and to discover our own creativity, because the beauty of visioons moves people to show reverence, fascination, and respect for the extent to which the forests give shelter to our souls.

And all human beings should also put effort into the preservation and conservation of the rainforest, and care for it and the ecosystem, because damage to these not only prejudices the flora and fauna but humanity itself. Seven Magic Mountains in the American West.

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