The Q’ero community is recognized as a living cultural heritage by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. The Spiritual leaders or shamans are known as Paqos. The Paqos have obtained their training via energy healing traditions handed down from their ancestors, the Inca.
Disclaimer The Q’ero Paqos are neither trained psychologists nor medical doctors, though they have extensive training in energy transformation according to their Inca tradition. At no time will the Paqos attempt to provide medical or mental health therapy. The purpose of Shamanic ceremonies provided by the Paqos is for the client’s self-exploration and self-development and it is not intended to diagnose or treat any illne4ss, disease, or other physical or mental disorder. All clients are advised to follow the advice of your doctor or other professional medical practitioner. Warranty No warranty is given, expressed or implied, for satisfactory results from any in-person or online Shamanic ceremony.
Recording Online Shamanic sessions are recorded for the benefit of the client and provided as a free service. There is no guarantee that the recording will be audible, fully intact, or usable. No issues of refund for defective or damaged recording will be provided.
Confidentiality One of the most important rights of the person working with a Paqo is confidentiality. Information revealed during your ceremony will be kept strictly confidential and not revealed to any other person or agency without your written permission.
Andean Spirit.org Research: Information about the Spirit World may be recalled during your ceremony. This information or comments regarding a client’s experience may be utilized by AndeanSpirit.org or its collaborator Whole Earth Engineering, Inc. for research, writing, and speaking engagements to enlighten others, without providing name, address, and any other personally identifying information. Gender, age, and general occupation may be utilized if relevant.
Acknowledgement and Consent By submitting payment to AndeanSpirit.org for an online or in-person ceremony you are indicating the following: You have read and understood this consent form and that any questions you had about this consent form were answered to your satisfaction; 1. You believe that online or in-person Shamanic ceremony is appropriate for your and does not conflict with any existing medical or psychiatric treatment; 2. You have been provided a general understanding of Shamanic approaches, the time allocations and fees associated with Shamanic ceremonies or sessions; 3. You understand it is possible that Shamanic ceremonies may uncover unpleasant personal realizations and past memories that in some instances may evoke strong emotional and/or physical reactions; 4. You understand that Shamanic ceremonies by AndeanSpirit.org is not designed to cure you of any physical problems or treat you for mental illness or addictions, and; 5. You grant permission to AndeanSpirit.org to conduct either an online or in-person ceremony/session. I further give permission to AndeanSpirit.org Paqos other than the one requested to be part and assist in the Shamanic ceremony/session.
Waiver of Liability By submitting payment the client voluntarily agrees and accepts full responsibility for any and all injury arising from any in-person or on-line Shamanic ceremony/session. The client shall hold harmless all parties involved in the conducting of the on-line or in-person Shamanic ceremonies or sessions including AndeanSpirit.org, owners of the premises, management, administrators, assistants, and others. AndeanSpirit.org
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