What is hapé?

Hapé (pronounced “ha-peh”), also known as rapé is a beautifully powerful plant medicine. This ancient plant medicine is a cleansing snuff used by shamans of the Amazon as part of important medicinal rituals. It consists of a fine ash made up of sacred ceremonial tobacco, called mapacho and medicinal jungle plants and trees.  

Benefits of hapé  

  • Greater focus and mental sharpness

  • Clears negative energies

  • Detoxes mind, energy and body

  • Can help increase immunity

  • Can provide a calming and grounding effect on the emotions

  • Revitalizes body, mind and spirit

  • Can create a greater sense of awareness and clarity

  • Can open you to clear visions of guidance

  • Increases sense of expansion and spiritual awareness

The experience of hapé

The ingredients of hapé are ground into a fine powder and then blown into the nasal canal through a ceremonial pipe. It has a cleansing affect on the physical and energy bodies, so purging may occur.  While this purging may be temporarily uncomfortable, the practitioner is releasing deep-seated toxins and stuck emotions, providing a greater sense of expansion, freedom and clear awareness of your Essential Self.  Often times there is a feeling of relief and deep calm that comes with the opening and expansion.  

 

Sessions can take anywhere from 40-60 minutes. Please set aside ample time for yourself before and after.  You'll want to reserve time for yourself to integrate following your session in order to get the most out of it.  If you can do that safely in nature, that is always recommended.

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DISCLAIMER

All information shared by Andora Freedom is offered as an educational and informational resource for people curious about meditation and expanded states of consciousness. It is not a substitute for working with a licensed medical professional or therapist. Andora is not a medical doctor or therapist.  She does not diagnose or prescribe and cannot guarantee the outcome of following the recommendations provided.  It is expected that all individuals practicing Yoga Nidra and Breathwork will follow the prescribed advice of their medical doctors and therapists at all times.  Her statements about the potential outcome are expressions of opinion only. She makes no guarantees about the information and recommendations provided herein. By continuing to use, read, or participate in this website and all other sources related to it including, but not limited to her newsletter, YouTube channel, Facebook, Instagram, classes, events and trainings you acknowledge that Andora cannot and will not guarantee any particular results, as such outcomes are based on subjective factors that are not within her control. You also acknowledge that you participate in any and all activity provided by Andora at your own risk. 

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