Don Oscar Miro-Quesada & Robert Vetter

September 6 - 8, 2013

The Sanctuary, Mt. Shasta, CA
Psyche Ready

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In this weekend initiation into the mythic dimensions and ritual healing practices from Heart Island and Turtle Island, you are treated to an intimate encounter with the living soul of our Mother Earth. The wisdom legacy of these ancient teachings provides spiritual nourishment for contemporary people looking to connect with the intersecting natural, spiritual, and social worlds

This gathering artfully blends the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition (PMT) of cross-cultural shamanism originated by Don Oscar Miro-Quesada and derived from indigenous Peruvian wisdom traditions, with Southern Plains Indian medicine teachings offered by Robert Vetter. This event includes the ceremonial use of a Southern Plains smoke lodge for physical and spiritual cleansing. Learn to embody the teachings behind the Prophecy of the Eagle and Condor through:

  • Wisdom Teachings
  • Storytelling
  • Sacred Song
  • Artful Shamanic Healing Rituals
  • Daily Spiritual Practices That Reinforce the Teachings

Join us as we engage seen and unseen powers and forces of deep transformational value in shape-shifting the common ills associated with modern living.  This invitation extends to you to embrace this experience with a peaceful, receptive heart and an open courageous mind. As Don Oscar often reminds those heartfelt aspirants of the Great Work, “By doing, one learns; with study, one refines; through dreaming, one creates; in loving, one fulfills.  This is the secret art of tending the sacred garden of the Soul.”  May all who resonate with this living truth respond to the prophetic calling of this unique apprenticeship in earth-honoring ceremony and shamanic healing arts.

About the Facilitators:

Don Oscar Miro-Quesada is a respected Peruvian kamasqa curandero, UN Observer to the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, OAS Fellow in Ethnopsychology, orginator of Pachakuti Mesa cross-cultural shamanism, and founder of The Heart of the Healer Foundation.  Oscar has dedicated his life to the revitalization of ethnospiritual wisdom traditions as a way to restore sacred trust between humankind and the natural world.  A popular international teacher and master ceremonialist, his work has been featured on CNN, Univision, A&E, and the Discovery Channel.  For more information on his projects, please visit

Robert Vetter is a cultural anthropologist who has been conducting fieldwork in the areas of spirituality and healing among the Native Peoples of the Southern Plains since 1980.  He received an M.A. degree in anthropology from the University of Oklahoma in 1984.  His adopted grandfather was Oliver Pahdopony, the last medicine man of the Comanches.  In early summer, his book Big Bow:  The Spiritual Life and Teachings of a Kiowa Family will be published.  This collaborative work tells stories of his adopted Kiowa uncle, Richard Tartsah (who was also a medicine man), and several generations of his family.  Bob is a teacher, lecturer and workshop leader on a variety of topics related to Native American traditions and cross cultural spiritual teachings.  


If you would like to sponsor Oscar Miro-Quesada and Robert Vetter to offer A Sacred Re-Membering: Ceremonial Earthways of Condor and Eagle in your community, please contact Cindy Miro-Quesada at