Fear of the unknown when drinking Ayahuasca for the first time

Fear of the unknown when drinking Ayahuasca for the first time

There is a limitless healing and growth potential that awaits you when you start drinking Ayahuasca, you only need to start. And a lot of time what might be stopping you is fear of the unknown when drinking Ayahuasca for the first time

At our retreat when we talk to people after their transformative experiences we always ask them what took you so long to take a step.

Answers differ but if you could translate it into one word it is fear. Fears stop you from taking a step and creating a newer and better life.

I want to help you get over those fears.

One of those fears might be the fear of the unknown.

What is this Ayahuasca? How will it make me feel? Will it make me act strange and embarrass myself or hurt myself?

While Ayahuasca might be new for you, you might find comfort in the fact that it is not new for the numerous indigenous traditions. Millions of people have been drinking Ayahuasca for thousands of years and done so safely.

New experiences bring about new results. The fear of the unknown is a natural human response, but it shouldn’t deter us from seeking transformative experiences. In the unknown lies the unknown potential for healing and growth.

To approach your first Ayahuasca ceremony, it’s essential to be open-minded. Take comfort in the fact that experienced guides and facilitators will be present to ensure your safety and support throughout the process.

Remember, each person’s journey with Ayahuasca is unique. Embrace any uncertainties with curiosity rather than fear.

Find comfort in what others had to say, others who faced the unknown. I invite you to watch tens of video testimonials of people who experienced Ayahuasca at LaWayra here:


I hope this will make you feel a little less worried about Ayahuasca.
Take your time to get mentally prepared for your first Ayahuasca experience.

And when you are ready we will be waiting for you at LaWayra

Sam Believ

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