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Takiwasi Ikaros



Therapeutic song learned by “curanderos” (amazonic healers), during dreams or ayahuasca sessions

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.

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.

You can find more information about the ikaros in this interesting article by Dr. Jacques Mabit: The 'Icaro' or Shamanic song

With the purchase of ikaros and the other publications for sale, you are contributing to the residential treatment of patients that have limited economic resources.

Here you can find some instructions to help you through the purchase process.

For more information please write to: comunicaciones@takiwasi.com

IKAROS 25 AÑOS - EDICIÓN LIMITADA

Liana de los Muertos

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A special edition created to celebrate the 25 years of the Takiwasi Center by bringing together some of the best ikaros of each Takiwasi healer. Available only until January 2018, enjoy!


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1. Vuela vuela Suy Suy - Jacques Mabit

2. Paparuy - Jaime Torres

3. Abrete Corazon - Rosa Giove

4. Ikaro del Tabaco - Fabienne Bâcle

5. Ayahuasca Curandera - Edgardo Tuanama

6. El Señor de los Milagros - Jacques Mabit

7. Ikaro del Otorongo - Jacques Mabit

8. Aguaruna - Jaime Torres

9. Vuela, vuela aguilita - Edgardo Tuanama

10. Ikaro Puyu Ukumbyna Shamun Jasuska - Edgardo Tuanama

11. Uchusanango - Rosa Giove

12. Tai Tai Timbira - Fabienne Bâcle

13. Les Tréfonds - Jacques Mabit

14. Madre Ayahuasca - Rosa Giove

15. Canoita - Jaime Torres

16. Oh Poderoso Señor - Fabienne Bâcle

Bonus Track: Ikaro Para Llamar La Mareación - Jaime Torres

IKAROS EDGARDO TUANAMA

Liana de los Muertos

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Edgardo Tuanama, native of the quechua-lamista indigenous community of Santa Cruz, district of San José de Sisa, Department of San Martin. Apprentice healer at the Takiwasi Center. He received a healer's inheritance from his great-grandfather, an indigenous healer. He then consolidated it in the community of Chazuta and exercised it since 2010 in the Takiwasi Center.


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1. Vuela, vuela aguilita

2. Ayahuasca curandera

3. Ikaro de las plantas

4. Sachamanda ñuka cayamuyky

5. Ikaro a la Virgen de Santa Rosa

6. Ikaro canto a Pintuyacu

7. Ikaro Puyu Ukumbyna Shamun Jasuska

IKAROS FABIENNE BÂCLE

Liana de los Muertos

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Fabienne Bâcle, french psychotherapist, graduated in specialized education and psychotherapy. Since 2003 she works at the Takiwasi Center, accompanying resident patients and personal evolution seminars. During this time she has been specializing in the management of traditional Amazonian medicine.


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1. Tai Tai Timbira (Rosa Giove)

2. Santa Cruz (Sacha Domenech)

3. Ikaro del tabaco (Mario Banega)

4. Qué lindo sale la luna (Juan Flores)

5. Abrete corazón (Rosa Giove)

6. Les tréfonds (Jacques Mabit)

7. Confía en ti (Philippine Leroy Beaulieu)

8. Angelitos (Sacha Domenech)

9. Oh Poderoso Señor! (Sacha Domenech)

10. Danza verde (Sacha Domenech)

11. Ayaruna (Juan Flores)

12. Danos Señor (Sacha Domenech)

13. Espíritu que viene desde lejos (Sacha Domenech)

14. Oh Señor Dios! (Sacha Domenech)

IKAROS JAIME TORRES

Liana de los Muertos

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Jaime Torres, psychologist, Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, University of San Martín de Porres (Lima). Post-graduate Studies in Management and Direction of Drug Rehabilitation Centers (Daytop International), and in Drug Dependency (Inca Garcilazo de la Vega University). Spends his time between the administration of the Takiwasi Center, the psychotherapeutic care of its residents patients, and teaching at the Cesar Vallejo University (Tarapoto), where he dictates the subject Drug Dependency.


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1. Vuela, Vuela Sui Sui

2. Ikaro para llamar la mareación

3. Paparui

4. Aguaruna

5. Nuyecita

6. Tribu Tribu

7. Chiric Sanango

8. Sunarai

9. Ikaro para cargar la pipa

10. Ikaro para llamar la mareación

11. Tarahui

12. Danza verde

13. Supay Maya

14. Canoita

15. Savia de la Tierra

16. Salmo

Bonus Track: Ikaro Para Llamar La Mareación - Jaime Torres

IKAROS ROSA GIOVE

Liana de los Muertos

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Rosa Giove, surgeon, co-founder and responsible for the biomedical monitoring at the Takiwasi Center and author of some of the most famous and recognized ikaros of the Peruvian Amazon. She is also the author several publications, including the report that lead to the declaration of the Ayahuasca as Cultural Heritage of the Peruvian Nation.


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1. Ikaro de la S

2. Madre Ayahuasca

4. Ikaro de la U

6. Ikaro de la O

7. Ikaro de la E

9. A la Coca

10. Uchusanango

11. Espíritu del mundo

12. Tabaquero

13. Ikaro de la Virgen

14. Ikaro de los Santos (Señor de los Milagros)

IKAROS JACQUES MABIT CD 1

Liana de los Muertos

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Jacques Mabit, Medical Doctor, University of Medicine and Medical Techniques, Nantes (France), Diploma in Tropical Pathology (IMT-Anvers) and Naturopathy (Uni Paris XIII). After his interest in Peruvian traditional medicine systems and practices wan awaken during a medical mission, he went through many years of traditional medical learning in different regions of the Peruvian Amazon. In 1992, he founded the TAKIWASI Center where intercultural medicine is practiced, nurtured by native traditions and modern knowledge. Because of his research he has been entitled as an honorary member of the Association of Psychologists of Peru, and as an Extraordinary Professor at the Southern Scientific University (Lima). He participates in the board of the Transcultural Psychiatry Department of the Peruvian Psychiatric Association and was elected a Fellow of Ashoka Foundation in recognition of his encouraging work as a "social entrepreneur".


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1. Paparuy

2. Ikaro del Suy-Suy

3. Lupuna – canto de protección

4. El Señor de los Milagros

5. Ikaro del Otorongo

6. Ikaro de la Medicina

7. Ikaro de las Tribus

8. Warmi Ikaro

9. Ikaro del Chiric Sanango

10. Ikaro de la Virgen

11. Ikaro de la limpieza

IKAROS JACQUES MABIT CD 2

Liana de los Muertos

About the Songwriter:


Jacques Mabit, Medical Doctor, University of Medicine and Medical Techniques, Nantes (France), Diploma in Tropical Pathology (IMT-Anvers) and Naturopathy (Uni Paris XIII). After his interest in Peruvian traditional medicine systems and practices wan awaken during a medical mission, he went through many years of traditional medical learning in different regions of the Peruvian Amazon. In 1992, he founded the TAKIWASI Center where intercultural medicine is practiced, nurtured by native traditions and modern knowledge. Because of his research he has been entitled as an honorary member of the Association of Psychologists of Peru, and as an Extraordinary Professor at the Southern Scientific University (Lima). He participates in the board of the Transcultural Psychiatry Department of the Peruvian Psychiatric Association and was elected a Fellow of Ashoka Foundation in recognition of his encouraging work as a "social entrepreneur".


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1. Aya Runa

2. Ikaro del colibrí

3. La Luna

4. Tarahui

5. Shimi Tapon – Ikaro de la pipa

6. Supay Mamy Wanani – Ikaro para el susto

7. Les Tréfonds

8. Linda Quebradita

9. Ikaro del Agua

10. Le coeur sait bien tout ça

11. Ikaro del Señor

12. Ikaro del remolino

13. Pajarito cantador

14. Ikaro de la Camalonga

15. Ikaro del Aire

16. Patuy Patuy

17. El tres veces Santo

IKAROS TAKIWASI

Liana de los Muertos

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1. Vuela Vuela Suy Suy – Jacques Mabit

2. Lupuna – Jacques Mabit

3. Irapara – Jacques Mabit

4. Madre Ayahuasca – Rosa Giove

5. Chiric Sanango – Jacques Mabit

6. Canto de la U – Rosa Giove

7. Ábrete Corazón – Rosa Giove

8. Tarahui – Jacques Mabit

9. Mundo Interior – Jacques Mabit

10. Patuy Patuy – Jacques Mabit

11. Bonus Track – Jacques Mabit

IKAROS TAKIWASI GRABADOS EN VIVO

Liana de los Muertos

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1. Soplada de inicio de sesión – Jacques Mabit

2. Ábrete Corazón – Rosa Giove

3. El Señor de los Milagros – Jacques Mabit

4. Ushpa Washa – Rosa Giove

5. A la coca – Rosa Giove

6. Alabanza a las plantas – Luis Culquitón

7. Les Tréfonds – Jacques Mabit

8. Oración al Santisimo Padre – Luis Culquitón

9. Soplada de cierre de sesión