Guillermo Arevalo is one of the most famous curandero in the world. He is also widely acknowledged for his social activity related to shipibo community. Guillermo has been recognized and repeatedly awarded as a spiritual leader for his efforts to preserve the cultural heritage and profound knowledge of it.
Maestro Rider, son of Guillermo Arevalo, continues family line in Shipibo medicine and knowledge. His grandmother Maria is a well-known shaman. She became Rider’s guardian and teacher since he was 9 months old. He started his first diets from a very young age and dieted with such plants as ayahuma (tree possessing great knowledge about life in harmony with nature, provides connection with water world etc.), marosa, ajo sacha, pinon blanco, pinon colorado, tea and piri-piri.
Segundo is a curandero in a tradition of Shipibo practicing in various indigenous settlements. He started his way of the shaman when he was 23. Born in Shipibo culture, he learned a lot from his relatives when he was a child and later found maestro, who prepared and connected him with spiritual world of plants. After a long training Segundo started shaman’s practice, healing and providing necessary help to those in need. Now he is 67 and he is a well-known maestro curandero.
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