Taita Pedro Davila

Taita Pedro, also called Shaman, Curandero, Conocedor, Yagecero, or traditional Indigenous Physician as these men are known in Putumayo, Colombia has more than 20 years of experience working with the family of sacred plants. He arrived in the United States in 2016 to help spread the teachings of the native people of South America. His work creates awareness by sharing the knowledge, respect and use of sacred plants that is traditional in countries such as Colombia, Argentina, Europe, Venezuela, Mexico, and Panama.

In his journey through the United States, he has brought many people through the process of finding insight into a variety of problems including anxiety, addiction, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, suicidal thoughts, childhood trauma, and more. People from all walks of life find their journey of healing transformed by Taita Pedro. The work of the ceremonial leader is based on healing the spirit, mind, and heart. In the indigenous language, this is called Juaba, allowing a state of consciousness that brings the integration of the mind, heart, and spirit, which allows insight into in all aspects of their being.

Taita Pedro began his path in the traditions of his Colombian Ancestors, learning from his elders and the shamans that served before him. The sacred plant that he brings to share is Yage (also know as Ayahuasca, Ambihuasca, Capii, Ufa, BiajYi.) This is a very powerful therapeutic that together with Icaros (shamanic songs) allows us to flow inside our being, know and recognize each of our strengths and allows us to be free people and be aware of all the aspects of our being.