Microdosing is the practice of consuming a very small amount of a masterplant, so that you will only experience very subtle "sub-perceptual” effects. This means that the effect is below your perception: you can work, study and fulfil the obligations of your day to day life, while gradually raising your level of consciousness.
“Ayahuasca En Microdosis” is a seven week immersive online workshop, offering a powerful tool for personal, professional and spiritual growth. With over 30 years of extensive experience in working with master plants and psychedelics, Frontier Institute for Psychedelic Studies, based in Spain, works with the therapeutic integration model of psychochamanis, where participants are professionally guided to accelerate on their healing path.
Participants will learn the basics of microdosing and proper protocols for finding their own ideal dosage. Information about the Amazonian cosmovision and the traditional use of ayahuasca will be offered. Every week will include exercises and psycho-shamanic techniques that act as amplifiers of consciousness, deepening the transformative potential of the masterplant. An essential part of this journey will be weekly Zoom meetings to learn and share with the tribe, connecting with a community of people who are going through the same process.
About Frontier Institute
The Frontier Institute was created with the purpose of generating a space for dialogue, advocacy, and engagement in pursuit of the therapeutic potential of psychedelic medicinal plants. They are committed to promoting the link between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science, and to creating a discipline where medicinal and other psychedelic plants are preserved, protected and valued as part of our cultural identity and integrated into our social, legal and healthcare systems. They envision a world in which Western and ancestral wisdom converge to revitalize humanity with peace and respect for diversity through cross-cultural bridges of understanding.
About Your Facilitators
Claudio Kutzwor has dedicated his life to the practices of Indigenous Medicines, ancestral wisdom, and psychotherapy for over 30 years. He is one of the pioneers of bringing the traditional work of masterplants from the Amazon to the Western world. He is a founding member of the Hermanosis Association, which has respectfully held and facilitated ceremonial space with masterplants in more than 15 countries across Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
Mariela Lijtmaer is a Humanistic Therapist, synthesizing Gestalt Therapy, Integrative Psychotherapy, Enneagram, and Systemic Therapy. She has studied Amazonian medicine since 2010 and is a specialist in therapeutic integration with psychedelics. She works closely with individuals and groups to integrate the powerful experiences of sacred plant ceremonies into their daily lives.