This is 2017 content. We are waiting for details to update the 2018 pilgrimage.
Sergio Magaña is a pioneer in some of the most advanced healing, rejuvenation hands on reality manifestation techniques of our times.
October 31 – November 8, 2017
Mexico City & Teotihuacan
Understanding and celebrating death, removing the fear of death, and learning to die consciously will change your life, processing the biggest existential fear – death, to become a joyful and enlightened Spiritual Warrior!
The Nahual tradition regards death as a companion in life, embodied by Coatlicue – the Goddess of Life and Death, whose head is formed by two serpents symbolizing the meeting of life and death, which complement each other and are only separated by the illusion of time.
Arrival. Welcome dinner Mexico City. Meet at Four Points Sheraton Hotel
November 1 – Mexico City
Learn how to build an altar in ancient Aztec and Toltec way for the healing of your ancestors, as well as building a collective altar for our group.
During the night of November 1st, we visit magical Mixquic, world-famous place for the Feast of the Dead, where people have celebrated since Aztec times.
San Andres Mixquic is best known for its Day of the Dead commemorations, which consist of both ritual and cultural events lasting from October 31 – November 2. These events draw thousands of Mexican and international visitors, and culminate in the Alumbrada, when the cemetery that surrounds the community’s main church glows with thousands of candles and smoke from incense the evening of November 2.
November 2 – Mexico City
Sergio will conduct the mystical Ancestral Healing Ceremony for ancestors and pilgrimage participants. This ceremony was performed with the serpent powder to heal four generations back in time. In the evening, we revisit Mixquic to participate in the Alumbrada, the ceremony to say good-bye to the Ancestors visiting at this time. This is the time when the cemetery that surrounds the community’s main church glows with thousands of candles and smoke from incense.
November 3 – Mexico City to Teotihuacan
After breakfast, we move to Teotihuacan, Casa de los Sueños. In the afternoon, Sergio will teach a class on Conscious Dying, Exploring different types of death in the Toltec Tradition; we sow the intention for our death while we are still alive. He will teach the nine levels of the Mictlan, Land of the Dead. Learn how to repair the energetic body and navigate the tunnel of life and death. Practice how to slow the heart in preparation for conscious dying.
We will visit Xochitecatl the place of Xoltzcuintli, the keeper of all Underworlds. We will have an opportunity to heal all our previous unconscious deaths, redeeming all old winds (karma).
The name Xōlōitzcuintli comes from the god Xolotl and itzcuīntli meaning dog in Nahuatl. Archaeological evidence has been found in the tombs of the Colima,
Mayan, Toltec, Zapotec, and Aztec Indians dating the breed to over 3500 years ago. Long regarded as guardians and protectors, the indigenous peoples believed that the Xolo would safeguard the home from evil spirits as well as intruders. Xolos were considered sacred dogs by the Aztecs, Toltecs, Maya, and other groups.
November 5 – Cacaxtla: Death of the Warriors
Practice how to die by departing from the chest – blending and uniting with the Tonatiuh, The Sun. Exiting the body via the heart is the death that leads us to the Sun, through the chest to become one with the Sun or to come back like hummingbird or butterfly. To achieve this we should have cleansed our entire energy body, all our chakras – totonalcayos.
November 6 – Teotihuacan
Learning tihe process of dying and dreaming by ascending from the Third Eye, which is a portal to Pleiades and Sirius, places of enlightenment, knowledge and beauty and becoming an enlightened being. Visit to Aletitla, Tlalochcan, the residence of Tlaloc essence ruling the water to learn how to experience paradise in your current incarnation.
Teachings of activations of Crystal Skulls – Casa de los Sueños.
November 7 – Cholula Mictlecacihuatl
The Ancient School of Dreaming and Dying for Spiritual Warriors, where the warriors learned how to die in an enlightened way.
Chicomoztoc – the activation of the chambers of power in the Pyramid of Cholula. We will learn how to die in the highest way of the Nahual by departing from the crown chakra. Exiting the body via the crown of the head (Tecpatl) means achieving a permanent individuality, perhaps like a western equivalent being Buddha or avatar.
Activation of the ancient Toltec Crystal Skulls in the evening.
November 8 – Breakfast at Casa de los Sueños, Teotihuacan. Departure to Mexico City. The end of the retreat.
$400 nonrefundable deposit will hold your space.
Valerie Niestrath (541)601-1150 or email@example.com