The Journey Of A Shaman In Peru w/Maestro Hamilton Souther EP 302

Maestro Shaman Hamilton Souther is the founder of the Blue Morpho Ayahausca and Shamanism Center in Peru. Hamilton spent over a decade living in the rainforests of Peru studying the way of the shaman. He’s the founder of Blue Morpho Tours, an Ayahuasca-based Peruvian retreat organization, and his new endeavor, the U.S.-based White Morpho. Over the last 12 years, he has guided thousands of participants into shamanic states of consciousness and has transformed shamanism into an accessible spiritual modality for westerners. Within that development, Hamilton has been able to heal westerners of depression, anxiety, drug addiction, and PTSD. His ceremonies also help people find their deepest purposes and goals in life.


  • [00:09:08] Pivoting through the Peruvian Covid apocalypse 
  • [00:14:10] Hamilton’s first spiritual awakening 
  • [00:27:50] The skills to develop as a shaman
  • [00:42:14] The beauty of self-discovery through the ceremony
  • [00:52:14] Launching books and digital communities for Shamanism


Hamilton says, “ When you learn to manage your breath, it will make you balanced and centered, and help you control the thought patterns of your mind.”

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