The Holy Medicine of the Holy and Divine Mother Ayahuasca is known to ‘Heal’ and overcome trauma, and much more.
The then 37 year old famous actress Michelle Rodriguez of the Fast and Furious movie series was at a great loss after losing her co-star Paul Walker, who passed away on November, 2013.
She said that she spent about a year trying to cope with the grief by remaining distracted.
She also said that she went almost crazy, on the summer after Walker left the body.
Her lessons after consuming the Holy Medicine
After she participated in a Sacred Ceremony, she had completely different feelings about the passing of Walker. She said she felt sad, but only because that he left her there. She said “it wasn’t a sadness that he’s gone. It was more of a jealousy that he’s there first”.
Her spiritual experiences and statements were shared in various video clips online, including in the documentary ‘The Reality of Truth’.
The Holy and Divine Mother Ayahuasca has ‘Healed’ and uplifted countless lives throughout ages. The Holy Medicine has been consumed traditionally by the shamans, so had been known to special communities rather than by the general population. However, with growing popularity and immense ‘Healing’ potentials, the Holy Medicine of the Holy and Divine Mother Ayahuasca is known globally. The celebrities have been sharing about their ‘experiences’ after consuming the Holy Medicine and they have been influencing lots of people to seek refuge with the Holy and Divine Mother Ayahuasca. In ancient Sacred Texts, such as the Devi Mahatmya (Chapter 11-12), it has been mentioned and affirmed that when the helpless asks the Holy and Divine Mother for ‘Support’ or ‘Help’, She never forsakes anyone, and ‘always’ ‘Helps’, the needy seeking the Divine Blessings, Support, or Help from the Holy and Divine Mother Ayahuasca. In fact, the Sacred Texts such as the Devi Mahatmya also affirms that the ‘Helped’ becomes a refuge for ‘others’ needing help, i.e. from Devi Mahatmya 11.30:-
“rogān aśesān apahaṁsi tuṣṭā ruṣṭā tu kāmān sakalān abhīṣṭān
tvām āśritānāṁ na vipannarāṇām tvām āśritā hy āśrayatāṁ prayānti”
which translates to:
“When pleased, you destroy all afflictions, but when displeased, you thwart all aspirations. No calamity befalls those who have taken refuge in you, and they who resort to you become a refuge to others.”
- Kali D., translator and commentator, 2003, In Praise of the Goddess The Devīmāhātmya and Its Meaning, Nocolas-Hays, Inc., Berwick, Maine, U.S.A.