Shamanic Peru Pilgrimage, May 14-28th, 2018

YEAH!!! We are going to Peru!!

Meditating at Machu Pichu

Drumming and singing our Morning Sun Song.

The Sacred Valley is calling to us all! Click here to download the PDF.

Come for a two week pilgrimage where the land, mountains and the sky are filled with amazing prana! And the people are so loving!

I am super excited as we decided to take everyone to Machu Pichu AND Ausangate.

Last year I was blessed to have gone to Peru for my first pilgrimage.

I knew in my soul I needed to go to release the past trauma of my son’s death.

Isidro, the shaman at Ausangate, told me that I had been there for many lifetimes and will keep coming back.

He was right.

I came back a changed woman on a core, DNA level. You can read about what happened at the end of my Suicide Blog.

The Retreat Center I stayed at last year also felt like home. The people there were so warm and loving. Wish I knew the language!!

The Center is called Paz Y Luz ( Peace and Love)  and is in the sweet town of Pisac, outside of Cusco. The energy of the Sacred Valley and the mountain spirits there are incredible. I am glad we will be at one place for a week to really sink into the land.

Check them out on their web site and see the wonderful pictures of the Center and their Spa. Google Paz Y Luz.

It is here, at this sweet Retreat Center that I will be teaching the Munay Ki Sacred Rites of the Quechua People.

What are the Munay Ki Rites?

Munay- Ki comes from the Quechua word that means, ” I love you.” The Munay Ki are the nine energetic rites of initiation to become a person of wisdom and power. The rites are common to all shamanic traditions even though they are expressed in different forms and styles in different cultures. They where brought to the Americas by the first medicine men and woman who crossed the Bering Straights from Siberia during the glacial period some 30,000 years ago. Theses courageous travelers were the Laika, the Earth Keepers of old, who had accepted the stewardship of all creation.

The Laika are ordinary men and woman who live extraordinary  lives. They are not born with special gifts of Spirit; they acquire uncommon grace and power through prayer, study of the wisdom teachings or insights, and discipline. The Laika felt that people could come to the Munau-Ki when they were ready and felt a calling to do so.

Many of us have felt a calling to Spirit, and long to make a difference in the world and in our lives.When you come to the path of the Earth Keepers with sincere intention and an open heart, you will soon notice that you are not alone. With love, these Earth Keeps and the other Luminous Beings pass their power and vision to us!

I am delighted to be able to share  these amazing healing rites with you all. And at the same time, visit sacred sites that HOLD the energy of these teachings!

As always, spirit has guided me to do this and I will have support and spiritual guidance daily. In the mornings we will gather in sacred circle and share from out hearts. Slowly I will give the Rites, one or two a day in the morning. Then we will drive to the various sacred sites to go deeper with the transmissions. It is here, on the land, that we can truly embody the Rites, as the spirits live there.We will have time for silence, stillness and space.

Besides me as the leader/shaman and teacher, we will be working with Vilma Pinedo, Louisa Callery and for one day, Don Augestine, who is a Quechua elder. Here is a nice U Tube about Vilma. Check out “Curandera” by Loren Edward Wheeler on Vimeo. The video is available for your viewing pleasure at  If you like this video, make sure you share it, too! Vimeo is filled with lots of amazing videos. See more at

Both, Vilma, Don Augestine and myself will be sharing the medicine of the Despacho ( prayer bundles) and I will share the sacred Pipe, which I have one which carries Tibetan medicine  and came to me to share in Peru.

Healing prayers into the Despacho

We will be learning the Rites from May 15 to May 26

May 21st we will be traveling on train to Machu Picchu  for the healing on the mountain and the ancient spirits that live there.

The day after is a day off to shop in Pisac or receive healing from the shamans.

We will continue the Rites and then end our trip with our journey to Apu Ausangate.

We decided to just go one day as the elevation is very high. The time in Pisac will help us to acclimate . Pisac is 8,000 feet, Machu Picchu is 12,000 feet and Ausangate is 16,000.

At the foothill of the Apu, we will be staying in a cozy hostel. They have a natural hot spring there that will be perfect for before and after the 2 hr. horse rise to and from Ausangate.

While we are up there, Vilma will be taking us to the healing Lagoons for a powerful letting go ceremony.

This is where it all happened for me last year!

I am excited to bring you to this very sacred mountain. The healing medicine is beyond words.

We will return after the second night at the hostel and go to Cusco for our last day in Peru. This will be a day off. We will end our day with a closing Ceremony and a small give-away.

The cost is $2,400.

This trip is for eight students. I encourage you to pay early to save a spot.

You can pay all at once or in installments.

The total cost to be paid by April 1st.

Pease send a personal check or if through Pay Pal, be sure to do it under FRIEND so I receive the full amount.

This includes:

Hotels and Retreat Center: I booked single rooms at Paz Y Luz and the Cusco Hotel. The hostel in Ausangate we will be sharing. I will share more about what to bring as we get closer.

The cost includes:


All transportation from the time you get to Cusco and back

Entrance Fees to sacred sites

Tuition and shamans donation

Tips for van driver, horse and Ausangate help

You will need to pay for your airfare, a place to sleep in Lima ( $50 if you stay at B&B-de Kike, which I will tell you about) if you have a long layover, and your other meals. Paz Y Luz has a small kitchen so folks can buy their food in town and make it or eat at the two restaurants that are there.

Louisa is asking for folks to bring donations for her boarding school. Anything you think a young student could use. Pencils, backpacks, paper, notebooks, clothes.

We will have a small giveaway at the end which is a tradition in the Native American teachings to say THANK YOU. You can bring small items or get them there.

I will have a supply list of what to bring and send it once you register.

Please feel free to call me too at 413-645-3194 or cell 240-441-7673 if you would like to go or have questions. I know this will fill up fast!

Rose at Apu Ausangate

Register by Feb. 1st and send your check to : Rose Khalsa, 5 Forest Row, Great Barrington, Mass. 01230

Cost: $2, 400 

Peru Pilgrimage :

Once you are registered I will send you an information letter and we will be in close contact as each person I carry in my heart for the pilgrimage.

Munay ( Beauty and Love) to all of you,


Sacred Hand Woman

On our horses to Apu Ausangate