Simply Rocio. My name means morning dew. I honor my Andean, Meso-American, and Nigerian ancestors by using music, faith, prayers, and above all love when working with others. I work directly in relationship with the mountains, the earth, the water, the air, fire, and all of the unseen worlds through Ayni or reciprocity.
I simply assist others in healing physical, emotional, and spiritual issues while becoming the best version of themselves.
I am best known as a heart opener.
My traditions are a way of living, NOT a religion.
My "title" is not important because I work in all realms.
I am the first generation in the United States. My teachers include my parents and family from Peru, teachers of Q'ero and Andean tradition, including Vilma Pineda, Franciso Victoria, Yandy Huaranga, Dario Astengo, Itzhak Berry and Don Oscar Miro-Quesada, and others. Additional teachers include practitioners of other indigenous practices in Panama, Mexico, and Ecuador as well as my everyday clients. I am also knowledgeable in various traditions and have been trained as a reiki master teacher, Medicine Buddha practitioner, angel connector, and ordained as a priestess of M.elchizedek Priesthood and more. I have been a teacher of the spiritual for 17 years and the academic world for over 30 years
"Curar" means to cure in Spanish. Curanderas work between the seen and unseen worlds in a trance state. Once in the spirit world, they contact them for help in bringing people out of their diseased state. They work through prayer, herbal treatments, rituals and bring messages to cleanse the body, mind and spirit. Every curandera works differently.
Obreros (pronounced Oh-brear -ohs) or Santiaguera (pronounced sahn-tee-who-where-ah) work with prayer. They work through faith, verbal manifestations and have a strong connection to Spirit. Hierberas (pronounced "yair-bear-uhs) have an intimate relationship with the plant world and have knowledge of various plants, foods, and treatments. They are said to communicate with spirits as mediums.
Ceremonias or ceremonies are a key component in Andean practice and other shamanic work. It is how reverence is shown to the Earth, Spirit, and the ancestors. It is used for healing purposes. Some include medicinal plants, and common everyday plants and as well as sound, prayer, and more. Common ceremonies are limpias or spiritual cleansings.
All healing is energy work. My practices include working Tibetan tradition with the Medicine Buddha, Reiki, angel healing (I.E.T. and others) and personal channeled energy work.
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