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Lake Titicaca

Earth's Sacral Chakra


The Sacral Chakra is located below our belly button and is linked to our emotions, sexuality and creativity.


It can be found in Lake Titicaca, right between Peru and Bolivia, and is central to Incan mythology as the place where the creator god Viracocha emerged from the water. The island in the middle, Isla del Sol, was also home to the Incas.

Lake Titicaca Myths and Legends 

Scholarly research demonstrates that Incan belief systems were integrated with their view of the cosmos, especially in regard to the way that the Inca observed the motions of the Milky Way and the solar system as seen from Cusco, the Inca capital whose name meant the centre of the earth. From this perspective, their stories depict the movements of constellations, planets, and planetary formations, which are all connected to their agricultural cycles. This was especially important for the Inca, as they relied on cyclical agricultural seasons, which were not only connected to annual cycles, but to a much wider cycle of time (every 800 years at a time). This way of keeping time was deployed in order to ensure the cultural transmission of key information, in spite of regime change or social catastrophes.

Inca Creation story of lake titicaca

The history of the creation of some cities in Peru is sometimes based on the Inca mythological legends. One of the best known is the myth of the origin of Lake Titicaca, whose main characters are the inhabitants of Puno.

According to the legend, before the Lake Titicaca, this place was a fertile valley. Its citizens were happy with what the gods gave them: light and rain for the crops and land to get food.

The inhabitants of this valley did not need anything else: the apus, gods of the mountains, protected them and they did not know negative feelings like hatred and ambition. The apus gave absolute freedom to the citizens of the valley with one exception: they were forbidden to climb to the top of one of the mountains since there was a bonfire with the sacred fire.

In this way, humans lived for many years without any problem and in absolute peace. But an evil spirit that lived in the area forbidden to men was totally jealous of them living with such happiness. Therefore, he did everything possible to get people to disobey their gods and follow the path of curiosity.

With the wiles of the evil spirit, humans felt tempted, as never before, to climb the mountain, discover the secrets that awaited them and, thus, demonstrate their courage. The apus, furious at the attitude of their citizens, stopped them halfway without being able to escape: sending hundreds of thousands of pumas and these animals devoured people who had disobeyed their gods.

Seeing this terrible image, Inti, the God of Sun, shuddered and began to cry to such an extent that the valley in which these people lived was completely flooded with tears.

This way, the population was exterminated, except for a man and a woman who were in a reed boat and they managed to save themselves and contemplate everything that had happened: their fertile valley was now a huge lake and the pumas that had been sent by the Gods had turned into rocks.

According to this legend, this was the moment Titicaca was created. Now this place is worldwide known for its incredible islands and for being the highest navigable lake in the world.

Who are the incas? 

The Incas were a civilization in South America formed by ethnic Quechua people also known as Amerindians. In 1400AD they were a small highland tribe, one hundred years later in the early 16th century the Incas rose to conquer and control the largest empire ever seen in the Americas forming the great Inca Empire. Its capital was located in Cusco, Peru and extended from what today is Ecuador in the north, Chile in the South, Bolivia in the east and limited by the Pacific Ocean in the west. In less than a century the Incas conquered a vast territory through war and watchful diplomacy.


The Inca Civilization was an agrarian civilization and at its height in 1500 AD reached more than 10 million people. It had a complex stratified vertical society governed by the Inca and his relatives. They shared a common polytheistic religion based on the worship of the Sun and the Sapa Inca as his son. Their centrally planned economy, the collection of tribute, a draconian law system, food security and its fair distribution along with free health care and education were the basis of its economic and social success and in that sense securing the loyalty of its subjects. The government was highly organized even without the benefits of a writing system. The organization of the empire rivaled that of the Romans.

The ancestors of the Incas were hunters who came from Asia crossing the Bering Strait. Over 20,000 years ago the Bering Strait connected Siberia and Alaska, it took several thousand years to populate and create civilizations in the Americas. Groups of people settled along the way creating communities. Others continued south and between 13,000 BC and 10,000 BC they reached the Pacific coast of South America and the Andes Mountains where they settled and found a new way of life. They learned how to cultivate plants such as corn and potatoes. Among the most important and first animals they domesticated were llamas and alpacas, this occurred between 3000 and 2500 BC. These animals were useful in many ways, they served as source of food, their wool was used for clothing and they were also used as pack animals.  Between 3800 and 3000 BC they learned to grow cotton.

From around 8000 BC pre-Inca cultures started flourishing in the Andes and along the coastCaral and Kotosh are one of the first cultures known in this area. They were followed by Chavin, ParacasNazca, Moche, Tiawanaku, Wari and Chimu.  Between 1150 and 1250BC the Incas, by then a small tribe, were searching for farmland which they found in the fertile mountain valleys of Cusco. They dominated and improved on their ancestors’ achievements creating the largest pre-Columbian civilization in the Americas, the Inca Civilization. The Incas explained their origin through legends, the best known are the legend of the Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo who emerged from Lake Titicaca and the Legend of the Ayar Brothers.


Water: the element of the sacral chakra

Ram Jain

Within the water element, there is an immense power of flow. This energy has to be regulated to avoid any destructive consequences. When the Sacral Chakra is in balance, our emotions flow through us without any judgments. Recognizing these emotions enhances our ability to understand deeply and express our desires. This restores balance and harmony.


The color of orange is considered to induce creativity and stimulate pleasure. The association with the orange color is symbolic of the rising consciousness just like a sunrise. Orange is the color of activity and purity. It is in this chakra that we design the life we want. The qualities that this color unfolds are joy, faith, self-confidence, and balanced energy.

Svadhishthana Chakra enables us to shape our desires. As the center of passion, the Sacral Chakra awakens the power of creation. This allows a person to discover the power of choice and create intimate relationships. Motivated by pleasure, Sacral Chakra promotes emotional well-being. It plays an active role in our sexuality and the expression of our emotional needs and desires.

Svadhishthana Chakra is centered on personal identity and how it responds to the seductive forces of the physical world. When the second chakra is unbalanced it causes emotionally disturbed, irritable, lacking creativity, and obsessed with sexual thoughts. A balanced Sacral Chakra has the ability to take risks and experience positivity and compassion.

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Lake titicaca is unique in that it is the only earth chakra that is a body of water.

Cymatics and the water in you

What is cymatics?


Cymatics is a process for making soundwaves visible. We can use mediums like water, sand, or oil to see certain shapes from sound. Cymatics has been used to analyze complex sounds like dolphin calls in order to translate these sounds into a lexicon for communication. It has also been used to make complex and beautiful designs like the Sri Yantra Mandala which is seen when using a tonoscope to visualize the sound "Ohm". 


Why are we focusing on the effects of cymatics on water?


Well, there are 5 classical elements. Those elements are fire, earth, air, water, and ether. Each chakra is related to one of these elements and when we visit the earth chakra's we focus on the element that the chakra is related to. The sacral chakra is related to the element water which represents flow and flexibility. This energy assists in letting go, accepting change and transformation in life. The many wonderful monuments and structures built by the ancient Incas were created with the intent to harness various types of energy, and they were especially good at moving water to harness this lifegiving force. Water was a key element in the Inca civilization, both for their crops and as part of their vision of the cosmos. Water was even important to some of the civilizations that preceded the Incas.


We see through cymatics that the energy you give water, which makes up 60% of your body and 70% of the surface of the earth, translates to different shapes. The research done by Dr. Masaru Emoto shows this by allowing us to see what it looks like for water to be given loving energy verses hateful energy. The difference is amazing! As we participate in ceremonies in the monuments built by the Incas and around sacred places in Peru and Bolivia, we should focus on how the water around us is affected by our thoughts and words and how the water in our bodies is also affected by our thoughts and words and the thoughts and words of others.


Please look at Evan Grants video about cymatics and Dr. Masuru Emoto's video about the effects of gratitude on water. Curious to see how words are affecting you? Download a cymascope app

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resonance in ancient structures

In our interview with Brien Foerster, we discuss how it may be possible to use vibrational resonance to activate ancient structures. Interested in learning more about Brien, what we'll see in Peru or vibrational resonance? Listen to the full hour interview below and watch Brien's video about vibrational resonance in the pyramids in Egypt.

Sacral Chakra Retreat Interview with Brien FoersterPeru Crew
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Sacral Chakra
retreat 2022:
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14 days 


3 days




Activity Level

Level 3: Moderate/Active


City Highlights:

  1. Lima, the City of the Kings. Lima, the Capital of Peru was founded on 18th January 1535, by Spanish Conquistador Francisco Pizarro, and quickly became known as the City of the Kings.

  2. Paracas, Paracas is a city on the west coast of Peru. It is known for its beaches, such as El Chaco, located in the sheltered bay of Paracas. The huge prehistoric geoglyph of the Paracas Candelabra on the peninsula is carved into the side of a hill.

  3. Cusco City, this place effortlessly enchants, bombarding the senses with a swirl of art, religion, music, architecture, food and fiestas.

  4. The Sacred Valley, popularly known as El Valle Sagrado, located 1h30 from Cusco airport.

  5. Machu Picchu Archaeological Complex, the best-known archaeological site on the continent.

  6. Puno, Lake Titicaca.

  7. La Paz, its surroundings transport you to a mysterious past where any corner, any street, is a hidden treasure where adventure begins.


Cost for 14-day Spiritual Journey with Sacred Ceremonies:

Lima to Bolivia: Thursday, May 5th - Wednesday, May 18th, 2022


(Single Supplement: $1,203)

Nazca/Paracas 3-day extension:

Monday, May 2nd - Wednesday, May 4th 

$​ 2,006

(Single Supplement: $ 299)

Couple discount and Group discounts available. 

Deposit: $500; Deposits are due October 30th 2021 to hold your reservation.

Booking fee: $350 

Balance due: February 1st, 2022

  • Payment option #1: Two installments: (December 1st; February 1st)

  • Payment option #2: Three installments: (December 1st; January 1st; February 1st)

  • Payment option #3: Pay balance in full 

The Nazca/Paracas extension



  • Night in Lima and welcome dinner at Tragaluz Restaurant 

  • Transportation to and from Paracas 

  • SUV ride across the Paracas dunes

  • Private tour of Pachacamac Temple with Brien Foerster

  • Private dinner under the desert stars

  • Desert Purification Ceremony with local shaman who is the only and the last 100% descendent of the Nazca and Paracas culture

  • Flight over Nazca Lines from Pisco

Why you may want to join us on the extension trip: ​

  • We will be traveling into the desert with the same intentions of great spiritual healers in the past who also ventured out into the wilderness-- we are going because we were called. Our shaman tells us that the location we will visit in the desert is a great portal which will prepare us for the amazing sacred journey to the ANDES.

  • Why go into an extremely arid desert when the element of the sacral chakra is water? Through meditation, it is my hope that we will learn from the ancients how to irrigate in a desert and find hidden streams of "living" or spiritual water. The Paracas culture dats back 10,000 years and was an Andean society with an extensive knowledge of irrigation and water management.  


  • Lima airport Fast Meet & Greet - International Arrival (May 2nd & May 5th)

  • Private transfers with local English-speaking representatives.

  • Private tour with Brien Foerster

  • Private ceremonies with Peruvian shaman

  • Private excursions with local English-speaking guides in Puno & Bolivia.

  • Baggage Handling: two pieces of luggage per person

  • Meal as indicated in the itinerary: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, BL= Box Lunch, D=Dinner Sightseeing

  • Entrance fees as indicated

  • Hotel taxes and service charges on quoted services

  • Accommodations based on double bed occupancy

  • Vistadome Train (Round Trip)

  • Machu Picchu entrances fees

  • Full Day Uros Taquile Island with private guide in speed boat


  • Airfare to Lima, Peru and return flight from La Paz, Bolivia

  • Domestic airline tickets

    • Lima to Cusco and Cusco to Juliaca: $250 (total)

      • Includes 2 checked luggage and 1 carry-on 

      • Due prior to 2/1/22

  • Travel/Cancellation/Medical Insurance

  • Extra room charges: phone calls, room service, etc.

  • Alcohol, Soft Drinks

  • Laundry Services

Direct flights are available from London, New York, Washington, D.C., Miami and Los Angeles to Lima. 


*** Please note that like the Mount Shasta/Root Chakra Retreat, the Peru and Bolivia/Sacral Chakra Retreat is limited to 12 people. If you are sure you would like to go, please go ahead and submit the deposit to hold your reservation. Once the trip is filled, your name will be added to the waiting list. 



Arrive in Lima

AC Hotel by Marriott Lima Miraflores (1 night)



Travel to Paracas and Visit the Pachacamac Temple

Desert Adventure

Arawana Paracas Resort & Spa (1 night)



View the Nazca Lines

AC Hotel by Marriott Lima Miraflores (2 nights) 

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Arrive in Lima

Day in Lima at Leisure



Head to Sacred Valley

Aranwa Sacred Valley Resort & Spa (4 nights) 

Sacred Ceremony



Free Day of Reflection 



Salineras de Maras Tour 



Sacred Andean Vow Renewal Ceremony on Vilcanota River 



Visit to Machu Picchu

El Mapi by Inkaterra (1 night) 



Hike to Huayna Picchu

Travel to Cuzco

Aranwa Cuzco Boutique Hotel (2 nights) 



Ancient Sights in Cuzco



Travel to Puno

GHL Hotel Lago Titicaca Puno (2 nights)



Exploration around Lake Titicaca



Travel to Sun Island

Postada Del Inca Eco Lodge (1 night) 



Moon Island Ceremony

Hotel Inca Utama & Cultural Resort (1 night) 



Archaeological site tour of Tiwanaku & Sukakollos/Puma Punku 

Atix Hotel (1 night) 



Half day City Tour of La Paz, Moon Valley & Teleferico

Transfer to the Airport

Sacral Chakra Retreat 2022

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Waiting List

If you were not able to book the trip and would like to be added to the waiting list, please submit your contact information below and we will get back to you when a reservation becomes available. 

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Where does your money go? 

When you sign up for this retreat your money not only goes to supporting your self-healing, but it is also given directly to our guides who are helping indigenous people in the area. For the past year we have supported our Peruvian guide, Washi, and the organization he works with, Path of the Heart

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Moon Island Ceremony 


Before sunrise we will take a private hydrofoil cruise to Isla de la Luna, Island of the Moon, and visit the temple of Iñak Uyu. The ceremony takes place at the exact time of the lunar eclipse which will cover all of South America in 2022. The eclipse will be a dark one with the northern tip of the moon passing through the center of the Earth's shadow. This is the first central eclipse of Saros series 131.The Saros period of 223 lunar months is utilized in the Antikythera Mechanism and noted in the user manual of this instrument, which was made around 150 to 100 BC in Greece. 


Here, under the eclipse, we will work with the energy of the sacred temple used in the antediluvian world by ancient priestesses and conclude our powerful healing of the sacral chakra. However, this ceremony is optional. There will be several steps taken before we get to Isla de la Luna and only if you feel ready should you participate in the final ceremony. 

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