Pure medicine and very unassuming. Tiny white flowers and leaves like blades, this master plant ( teacher plant) is particularly excellent at healing long-standing conditions of the female reproductive system, balancing masculine and feminine energies and restoring the nervous system to a state of rest.
It is believed that washing your feet and nourishing the marusa plant with water causes a powerful medicine, specifically designed for the dietero to be created. This plant carries a strong feminine energy, helping those who look for light and love, and a reconnection to the energy of the universe. Always growing close to the river, it carries a strong energy of water, and shares a special connection to the serpents of the rivers.
The mother of this great teacher plant is the anaconda snake. It’s commonly reported to have visions of giant anaconda’s and experience her serpentine like presence during ayahuasca ceremonies while on a dieta.
To the native shamanic peoples, these master plants are considered sentient spirits which are highly advanced and capable of intelligence beyond our comprehension. This type of medicine needs to be embraced, so that we can receive the powerful wisdom and gifts of healing available to us.
Those who have suffered expierences of trauma through abuse or abandonment can benefit deeply from a dieta with Marusa plant. This healing plant will embark the dietero on a healing journey that is both spiritual and emotional, deep into the self. Receive inspired confidence, a renewed appreciation for life, and mend a broken heart. Those who commit to the fullest of their ability will be rewarded with deep transformational healing and growth.
Each plant teacher is known to work on many levels, but can be more effective for certain issues. It is accepted that marusa is very apt to deal with the emotional aspects of the heart, such as releasing grief and evoking empathy.
Once committed to the dieta, the maestro will invite the spirit of the plant to plant an energetic seed within. With proper dedication, this will bloom into a flower and form a union between plant and human consciousness. Setting intentions and strictly following the required diet will help to create the bridge for this relationship to form. After a successful dieta on marusa, you’ll feel more self-confident than ever thanks to the power of this new connection. However you must be strict, the subtle and sensitive energies of this plant demand it in order to connect properly.
Known to the Shipibo tribe as Onanyati rao, or lovingly they call it mamasita. It also has many common names such as leren, topi tambo, cu lun, or lairen in Spanish. In English, it is known as Marosa or Guinea arrowroot. The latin or scientific name is calathea allouia.
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