Cindi met shaman/mystic/poet/healer Americo Yabar in 2003. She has been had the privilege to be involved in learning from him, his son Gayle and their treasured friends in Peru since.
She organizes seminars for groups both here in the United States and in Peru when possible.
Americo is a bridge between the Quero Indians, the “Wisdom Keepers” who live at the top of the Andes in Peru. He and his son Gayle travel around the world sharing the Quero way of life and activating the Salka in people. They were instrumental in activating the poetic Salka Movement. “Salka” is a Quechua term for undomesticated energy. When one is able to avoid the distractions of their mind and experience their “Salka” they live in higher states of health on all levels.
In Quechua, the language of the high Andes, Waiki (why'key) means brother or sister. It is used affectionately for someone who has an understanding and connection to all things. When Americo and Gayle work with others they truly transmit this understanding and help activate the energy so people experience deep connection.
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