By documenting the journey of a few seekers into the jungle of Peru and into a traditional Shipibo Ayahuasca ceremony, we bring insight and understanding of their process of discovery as it takes place.
At the same time we present the perspective of Shipibo shamans, apprentices, Western doctors, scientists and lawyers, offering a thorough vision of what it entails to work with this medicine and how to integrate the experience and teachings into everyday life.
Because of the depth of information presented in this film, The Song That Calls You Home is intended to work as a resource for those interested in this medicine, whether they are already familiar with the subject or not.
DR. CHARLES GROB
Co-founder - Thrive Movement
Founder - PlantTeachers
and many more.
From the urban jungle of Los Angeles to the breath-taking Amazon Rainforest, the film is shot in four different countries
(USA - MEXICO - COSTA RICA - PERU) with the main location set in Iquitos, Peru - the "capital" of Ayahuasca tourism.
Featuring stunning animations based on the paintings of world renown artist Luis Tamani, and evocative sequences designed to bring the viewer inside a visionary Ayahuasca-inspired journey.
It was during my second trip to the jungle in Peru that 'The Mother', as the spirit of Ayahuasca, is sometimes referred to, showed me a vision of the Earth.
As the globe slowly rotated on its axis, I saw a small point of light emanating from South America.
After growing in intensity, it began to stream out beams of light that traveled to different parts of the planet.
From those beams of light, other beams formed and traveled to other parts of the world, until the entire globe was covered in light.
She then gently whispered to me:
"This is how I'm going to change the world."
Co-Director - Luis Robledo
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