Stepping Into The Fire (full ayahuasca documentary)

Published on Aug 9, 2012

Stepping Into the Fire is the cinematic release that reaches into the ash of the bare bones of existence and asks the question “is humanity born to die, or is humanity born to live?” The film follows the true story of three successful individuals brought together by an ancestral medicine from South America that has become legendary for its miraculous and profound effects. Ayahuasca — as the Amazonian brew is known — is well known for its mental, physical and energetic healing properties. Stepping Into the Fire closely examines the life-changing effects Ayahuasca can have and illustrates why environment and health are so crucial to human success on a global scale.

Stepping Into the Fire features Roberto Velez, Donna Walsh, Bo and José Pineda Varges (a.k.a Maestro Mancoluto). The story begins with Roberto Velez — a high-level New York Stock Exchange trader — raised since adolescence in America, but ultimately of Peruvian descent. In the peak of his career, Velez finds himself seeking; unable to reconcile his material gains with the lack of direction and depth in his life. With nowhere else to turn, Velez scours Peru — the land of his ancestors — only to find Mancoluto, a first-level master shaman descended from one of the earliest civilizations in Amerindian history, Chavin. Mancoluto’s expertise in natural health, particularly in the case of two ancestral medicines known as Ayahuasca and Huachuma, provides him a unique lens when treating Velez’s predicament. Once this connection was made, countless other pieces start falling into place and a center for ancient Peruvian healing arts is quickly born.

Stepping Into the Fire is the beautifully woven tapestry of recent events that will leave you ignited and inspired to discover what it is in your life that keeps the fire alive

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2 Responses to Stepping Into The Fire (full ayahuasca documentary)

  1. susan says:

    Since I am going to Peru to the Temple of the Way of Light in May, I have been reading and watching anything I can get my hands on. Unfortunately, this documentary’s retreat center was shut down because a US adolescent died there late last summer. Apparently, the “shaman” allowed the participants to wander off into the jungle after partaking in La Medicina. I am still unsure how this young man died but it has been suggested that the shaman might have put too much deadly nightshade or toe in the brew.
    As I am finding out, there are many many charlatans down there and the drive of westerners coming for healing and money aren’t necessarily always the best mix. One can only wonder how this is impacting their culture. On the other hand, it is clear that the Eagle and the Condor are connecting and I know it has been said that the indigenous peoples would teach the white people of their ways. This is happening now.
    I am enjoying reading the books of Rak Razam, an Australian journalist, who stayed in Peru for several weeks learning about the plant medicine and the culture. There are also many other wonderful documentaries on ayahuasca on the internet. Thanks for letting me share ❤

    • amazon says:

      Susan, one of the good ways to experience ayahuasca would be to go to Iquitos, meet some people (there are always people who drink ayahuasca hanging out at Dawn on the Amazon cafe, Karma cafe) and ask who is a good shaman and what is a good place to go. You’ll get plenty of first-hand information.

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