‘The Garden Of Peace,’ a new healing center for Ayahuasca retreats has announced its entry in Peru through a Press Release. The center is situated at a peaceful environment in the high jungles of Peru.
Dec 18, 2014 /prREACH/ -- December 16, 2014: "The Garden Of Peace" a unique healing center for Ayahuasca retreats is all set to enter Peru, confirmed a Press Release submitted to the local media. Located in peaceful environment in the jungles of Peru, the center is created to help people in letting go of their bad habits or addictions, identifying the related cause, healing depression and living a happy and healthy life. It can also help people in understanding their own personality so they can live more authentically.
Speaking to media, Trinity de Guzman, the Co-founder of the centre said, "Yes we confirmed the news of our entry in Peru via a Press Release that we shared publicly on December 10, 2014." He further added, "Ayahuasca is the greatest medicine for mental and emotional healing that I have ever experienced in my life. And after experiencing the lifechanging benefits of this medicine first-hand, I can not help but share it with the world. "The Garden of Peace" is the first step in this direction. This medicine is incredibly effective, and provides countless results, espcially when guests are able to really disconnect from the busy city-life, at our center."
While the Ayahuasca retreats are centered around a 10 day diet with Ayahuasca, the healing center is also offering work with a variety of other Amazonian plants to all the visitors in order to help them heal anything challenge physically, mentally or emotionally, that they may be dealing with.
The release also confirmed that "The Garden of Peace" is working with a dream to reclaim the rainforest, by purchasing land so that deforestation and logging companies can not. The deforestation process for the rainforest is growing at an extremely fast pace, and so The Garden of Peace is doing everything they can to stop this, in order to protect the earth for future generations to come.