Transformation with Inca Shamanism

Receive the 9 Rites of Initiation from the Incan Lineage and the new 13th Rite of the Womb. Munay-Ki in Quechua means ‘I love you.’ The Munay-Ki is the nine rites of initiation to become a person of wisdom and power who has accepted the stewardship for all creation. The rites are common to all shamanic traditions, even though they are expressed in different forms and styles in various cultures. "Munay-Ki certification is open to all who want to be a teacher, a practitioner or just be blessed with the initiation of these sacred rites."

Nine Rites of: The Munay-Ki

The Rites of the Munay-Ki transform and upgrade your luminous energy field. They are energetic transmissions that heal the wounds of the past karmic & genetic programs and beliefs you inherited. They re-inform your DNA, enabling you to grow a new body that ages, heals, and dies differently. Theses are energetic transmissions that have been held closely for many centuries by the medicine people of the Incan lineage in Peru.

1st-Healer Rite
2nd-Bands of Power Rite
3rd-Seer's Rite
4th-Harmony Rite
5th-Daykeeper' Rite
6th-Wisdomkeeper Rite
7th-Earthkeeper Rite
8th-Starkeeper Rite
9th-Creator Rite

Munay-Ki Initiation helps us become instrument of peace.

- Connect and align with Spirit
- Open the heart in to deeper transformation and awakening
- Sacred transmission of energy healing
- Enhance healing abilities, protection and guidance
- Fire initiation ceremony
- Learn to give and receive these sacred rites

The 13th rite of Munay-Ki

The Rite of the Womb, "Become a Womb Keeper of a sacred linage."

The rite of the womb is an ancient wisdom ritual for women that has been pass down by the jungle medicine women from Peru. The feminine spirit of the jungle remind us that the 13th rite is to honor the 13 moon cycle of the year which are connected to the cycle of the womb. This lineage of women share this rite to transmit wisdom into the womb in a sacred ceremony with an affirmation, “The womb is not a place to store fear and pain; The womb is to create and give birth to life.”

The 13th rite of the Munay-Ki help women to restore their womb to return to their pure essence of love, creativity and give birth to life. This rite has help me through my journey of healing my womb in many level physically, emotionally and spiritually. As we heal our womb, we also heal our mothers, our sisters and daughters womb. This blessing will deepen your relationship to the Mother Gaia and bring healing to the Earth. I welcome to all women to receive and learn how to give the rite of the womb. Discover more how it can transform your life and become a Womb Keeper from this sacred linage.


Viviana Jaramillo

“Viviana was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador and is a dedicated shamanic practitioner, energy healer, yoga instructor, fitness trainer, athlete, health coach and artist. Her journey as healer began when she was blessed with the gift of the nine rites initiation of shamanic Munay-Ki. These shamanic rites come from the Inca lineage of Peru where in Peru she had the opportunity to be with the Q’ero elders in Andean ceremony to receive her blessings and activate her healing path.”

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“Thank you so much for initiating me into the Munay-Ki rites. I feel honored to have received from you! These have been some of the most beautiful gift in my life, and you will always be in my prayers and alter. You’re a true medicine woman with a powerful spirit and many talents to share with the world. I thank you for the healing, the transformation and the light."

Elena Amato “2015 initiate”

“Thank you so very much for your beautiful presence, for your knowledge, and for sharing and teaching us about the 9th and 13th rite of the Munay-Ki. I am working with the archetypes and have seen and felt many positive changes in my physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies all ready. I am grateful and honored to have met you and to have been able to work with you. You are very special person. I will always carry you and honor you in my heart.”

Helen “2015 initiate”