The Joy of Traveling

with intention

Gamukh, source of the Ganges

May Mother bless you all

Dear Friends, Family and Tribe
Greetings from Rishikesh, India. I trust that you are healthy and well in these rapidly changing times. Things are good and India is super beautiful and healing. I just got back from hiking in the Himalayas up to the source of the Ganges River. It was an amazing journey full of beauty and not too easy nor hard, just right.. Ganga mother willing, I hope to take you there one day soon. The above video is of the Ganga river coming out of the Gangotri glacier.

Im being sent to Guatemala in the month of April to do specific fire ceremonies around the country to help against the drought that is happening in the southern part of the country and to help mitigate the effects of El Nino throughout the northern and southern hemisphere. My very dear spiritual family in Guatemala have access to an original Crystal Skull that is in a guarded private collection. We were lucky enough to do a ceremony with her before where she gave me the message to come back and pray with her in four years. It will be four years next April and there is so much to pray about. The Crystal Skull is a beautiful conduit to our neighbors in the seen and unseen and wishes to assist the globe in these tremendous times.

I will be leading a trip through Guatemala in May. We are in important time and like minded people and friends are very welcome. These earth healing ceremonies are vital and of great value to Mother Earth as is the mindset that we need to have to create healing power together. Together and with love in our hearts we are be able to reflect the ancient power of Vedic fire ceremony through the prism of the Crystal Skull into the stratosphere and create a new field which will descend with time and bring peace, harmony and a healthier weather pattern to our world. Working with such an ancient Mayan relic is a powerful blessing as this Crystal being calls only a few to her every once in a while. Before our last ceremony, It had been at least 50 years since she had been honored.
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Guatemala is an amazing country, full of colors, volcanoes covered in coffee plants, beautiful lakes, lagoons, Mayan ruins, warm hearted people, ethnic languages, great food, chocolate, coffee and jade and above all, a deep mystical energy runs through her, especially in the water.

This is a great opportunity of us to come together and share in spirit, visit amazing places and have a break from the modern world for a bit. This is a comfortable trip and quite safe. My good friend and spiritual brother West, will be bringing down stand up paddle boards with him and we will be doing a lot of playing on warm tropical lakes and inviting children from impoverished areas to join us.

I do hope that you will join me and share this invitation with like minded people who are close to you and spirit.

Thank you

Manu Sai Malasquez

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Guatemala, La Encantada

April 28 - May 7th, 2016

Day 1: Arrive to Guatemala City, transfer to hotel. Meet the rest of the group, stretch, have some great Guatemalan food such as fresh corn tortillas, black beans , exotic fruits and and have a good nights rest.

Day 2: We travel by private bus to the beautiful city of Antigua which is nestled in the shade of three volcanoes. Antigua is full of art, colonial history, boutiques, culture and the amazing Guatemalan Jade trade. We will be staying in a colonial era hotel while we enjoy Antigua's colorful markets, historic squares, delicious restaurants and the warm central american vibe.

Days 3 and 4: : After breakfast we drive for two to three hours to Lake Atitlan. A beautiful and majestic Lake surrounded by Volcanoes and small towns and communities. We will be staying in hotel or retreat center for a couple of nights, exploring the surroundings while taking time to connect to the essence of the area and her people in a relaxed and productive way. If things work out well, we will be paddle boarding with youth from Guatemala city who are from the garbage slums and brought to the Lake by a non profit to experience the wonderful energy there and get a break from their daily situation. We will spend time with the youth and hear their stories, learn from them and share our good will and possibly more. I will keep you updated as this flows.

These days are of gentle exploration, service and relaxation.

Day 5: We drive back to Antigua to spend the day on our own. You can shop and explore this safe city to your hearts content. We may do a ceremony in the late afternoon near by with a local family depending on how everything is going. Hotel
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Day 6: We have an early morning drive to Guatemala city airport and then an hour-long flight to the city of Flores from where we will take a short bus ride to the town of El Remate which will be our base and gateway to the national Park of Tikal. El Remate is next to the Jade Lake of Peteniza. a most amazing and luxurious lake. Her water is thick and warm. We will use this day to explore the lake and surrounding area. Hotel
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Days 7 through 9. We flow through these days doing standup paddle boarding (SUP), yoga, ceremony and visiting the Mayan Ruins of nearby Tikal park. We will start our days early so we can catch the sun rising over the Lake or Mayan pyramids amongst the jungle canopy. We will explore the park and have our own medicine ceremony.

While at Peteniza Lake, certified U.S. standup paddle (SUP) instructors from Colorado SUP Sports in Denver, Colorado, will teach beginners the basics of standup paddling and refine advanced paddler’s skills. Enjoy a half-day, leisure-paced SUP adventure tour of Peteniza Lake and a picnic lunch along the coast.

Day 9. We drive to Flores Airport and fly to Guatemala city where we will have our closing ceremony with local spiritual family and the Crystal Skull. We will have plenty to contribute from our experience in the country. Hotel
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Day 10: This is the last day of our trip and the one that people fly home on. May the blessings of Guatemala and her people's love carry you home safely and light in spirit.

Trip cost and details

Cost of trip $2500

Includes all Breakfasts, meals where included with the hotel stay, hotels, in country transport, guide and instructor services as well as use of paddle boards, entrance into parks and archaeological areas.

This trip will be limited to 15 participants and a non refundable deposit of $750 is needed to guarantee your spot on the trip roster. Please email me any questions that you may have.

There is a Condor tribe discount of 15%..

Thank you

Manu Sai