Therapeutic song learned by “curanderos” (amazonic healers), during dreams or ayahuasca sessions
Ikaro "Abrete Corazón" by Rosa Giove played by the french musical group Orâma
In the jungle of Peru we call "ikaro" the song or melody used by healers during ritual work. The action of "ikarar" involves "charging" with the power of the healer a certain vehicle, which can be an object or a potion, transmitting to it some specific property, whether its cleansing, protection, healing, eliminating damage and strengthening will, so that this later is passed to the receiver. This is done by singing the ikaro directly on the vehicle. This will then be sent to the interested party through the ingested substance (in case of potions) or through blows (exhalations) with tobacco smoke, bark of wild cinnamon or certain perfumes.
The ikaros are essential elements of the Traditional Amazonian Medicine and constitute a source of cultural resistance by preserving both linguistic elements and knowledge related to Amazonian world-view and medicinal resources, which go back in time to the original cultures. They are the essential means of transmitting wisdom and healing practices. This concept led us to call our center "Takiwasi" that in Quechua means "the house that sings" or "the house of song", to honor this tradition.
You can find more information about the ikaros in this interesting article by Dr. Rosa Giove: The 'Icaro' or Shamanic song
Below you can find the ikaros produced by healers and members of the therapeutic team of Takiwasi, which are also available for sale in cds in our boutique. Through this platform you can have access to a previous listening of each of the ikaros contained in a cd.
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Ikaros 25 años - Ed. limitadaBuy
Ikaros Edgardo TuanamaBuy
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Ikaros Jacques Mabit CD 1Buy
Ikaros Jacques Mabit CD 2Buy
Ikaros Takiwasi grabados en vivoBuy