Nurturing the Quantum Shift in Human Culture
Latest Activity: Aug 27
Project Name: Allpa Hampi
Project Location: Lamas, Peru- San Martin Region
BSP Project Coordinator: Caroline Putnam
Project Aims and Objectives
Design the herbal sanctuary in a top of the line model of auto-sustainability and ecological regeneration based on the BSP model.
Test, expand, and share full being cleansing and human system rebooting based on available organic local foods and herbs.
Delight ourselves with a beautiful Earthly Herbatory of medicinal herbs from around the world
Grow a sufficient and sustainable food source to provide for the owners of the land and individuals working on BSP peru projects.
Dehydrate specificied herbs with a solar dehydrator to sell to a designated local restaurant and to provide for our internatioanl herbal healing packages.
Experiment with the herbs on this land in order to produce organic curative body products and detergents so we may present a vyable option of organics to the local community at an affordable price.
Experiment, test, and discover successful healing techiniques revolving around deprivation tanks, sound, vibration, herbs, and herb frequencies.
Establish international permaculture and healing tours which directly support cultural revival work with indienous nations throughout South America, particularly with the Qero´s, and empower their projects into actualization.
What kind of outcomes does the project aim to achieve?
Create a community of residents, grow food, create income, produce products, preserve indigenous wisdom, regenerate land and culture?
Sufficient and consistent organic food for land owners and project participants
Sustainable income through organic products and dried herbs to support projects and project managers in Peru
Establish new model for sustainable growth in the local community
Initiate BSP tv, film documentation, online audio consultation
Establish international permaculture and healing tours
Establish direct connection and support to our indigenous elders and the four suyu temples
Preserve ancient herbal wisdom of the jungle and expand it into new healing horizons
Empower local culture for use of organics, optimum health, and environmental regeneration
Completion and fine tuning of the BSP international model
Land Custodianship and Tenure
Gloria and Rena, Peruvian-Canadian couple, are the owners and title holders of the land. They have gifted us the land in trade of food. We are working out the fine tuned details upon their return from Canada later this week, in which all of the above question will be answered in detail.
What kind of infrastructure exists on the land?
Accommodation - yes we have a shack
Natural water source
Town water - yes
Orchard or Fruit Trees- mango, coco, young banana tree
Animals providing manure or grazing? - possible horse donation, and sheep
Fertile soil - soft and fertile
- Until further accommodations are built on site, visitors will be living in the BSP woofing sanctuary 10 minutes walking from land (four bedroom house with lots of space)
- We have another separate office down the street for more high-tech work and equipment
- We have a half hectare of land for the BSP ecological regeneration projects
- We have access to other pieces of land in the area for ceremonies and further projects
- Plenty of fun options for recreation and excerise ... volleyball.. soccer... latin dance class... track running
- Until fully sustained on the garden, food is bought for very cheap in local markets and shared among participants. We empower communal vegetarian cooking and raw food preparation at least twice a day.. and support each other in healthful eating and cleansing.
- We would like visitors and work traders to follow the BSP model for personal and ecological regeneration
Climate and Weather
Our half hectare of land is located in town of Lamas in the San Martin region of northern Peru. It is situated 814 meters above sea level. The climate of the region is Tropical Rainforest with a maximun temperature of 26 degrees celcius and a minimum of 12 degrees celcius. It is typically quite humid and the average temperature usually stays around 21 degrees to 23 degrees the whole year. There are two main seasons. Wet season: which is experienced during December to March, and Dry Season: which is experienced in April to November. The soil type in this region is quite fertile to support most any plant growth yet typically holds a high content of clay. It should be stated here not to use local chicken or cow manuer from this area (unless otherwise established) due to the overarching practice of hormone and chemical use in this community. Traditionally in the past, and less and less frequently in the present, slash and burn tactics were used for land cultivation, which have had some effect on the soil and vegetation. But recent movements have and are actively restoring the natural state of the lands.
Lamas itself is considered the folklore capital of the Amazon region, due to its peaceful interaction and conservation of the local indigenous culture and Quechua language.
One of the highest intentions of the sanctuary is to preserve and utilize the abundance of ancient herbal knowledge in this area and to use creative measures to ensure the passing forth of this knowledge into the next generations.
The projects launched on the herbal sanctuary land directly link to the empowerment of indigenous nations throughout South America, specifically the Qeros around the Cusco region of Peru.
We aim to use this land to launch both healing and permaculture tours, to connect visitors with authentic genuine shamans and medicine peoples, pass forth herbal, ceremonial and healing knowledge, and offer
One of our highest intentions is to connect projects at the Herbatory to the Tawantisuyu temples of our indigenous elders in South America. Having this type of consistent support from woofing visitors and sacred site/ceremony tourists will help them to continue to achieve the visions they have been missioned to fulfill in this world.
Furthermore, half of the profits from the organic products we will be creating on this land will go to provide sustainable financial support further indigenous revival projects.
We are setting up a compost system on a new acre of land in the Peruvian Rainforest. We are not from the rainforest and want to know if special measures should be applied to this environment. We plan…Continue