Have you ever wondered how to consistently take a more lighthearted approach to life, no matter what’s going on?
How would a lighter, less anxious version of you move through the world?
Imagine how much more fun it would be to dance and laugh with life, versus constantly fighting with it.
Andean medicine man Puma Fredy Quispe Singona, a recognized global healer, teaches us that from the Andean shamanic perspective, there are two types of energies always present in every moment. The heavy energy is called Hoocha. The light energy is called Sami.
Neither energy belongs to you, but you get to choose how to respond to either energy as it arises. You choose in each moment which energy you take in, and which energy you transmit out into the world.
In the above video, Puma explains this perspective in more depth. Be sure to catch these highlights:
- (00:11) — Discover how long that dark and light forces have existed on the planet and why we need both
- (00:42) — Who are we, and where do we come from?
- (01:06) — Learn the Quechua words for “battle” and “dance.” Take in the power of knowing you always have a choice
- (01:43) — Explore the qualities of heavy/hoocha and light/sami energies
- (02:12) — Where do the very different paths of hoocha and sami take you?
Knowing that we have a choice, as to how we want to respond to and experience life, is so powerful and liberating — mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch the video and integrate Puma’s insights, which he inherited through the generations from pre-Incan medicine men and women — and which he shares with you today in service of global healing.
Register for this online event with Puma Fredy Quispe Singona and discover how timeless Andean rituals can reveal your place among the family of the Cosmos — and the transformation we’ve been called to as we witness the powerful shifts on our planet.
Andean Shamanic Rituals to Transform Darkness Into Light Energy
So, what will you choose? Hoocha or Sami? Are you fighting with life or dancing with life? Let us know in the comments below.