Machu Picchu with Mohanji

Going to Machu Picchu is like re-entering the womb of the mother
– gaining protection, power and the strength to do things
and to understand and accept yourself –
which brings you spiritual stability and grounding.

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Machu Picchu with Mohanji

Pilgrimage of a lifetime!

Machu Picchu is one of the most spiritually aligning places to visit because it opens and resonates with ALL of the Chakras.

Located 120 km northwest of Cusco, the Inca city of Machu Picchu lay hidden from the world in dense jungle covered mountains until 1911. This ‘Lost City’ is one of the world’s archaeological jewels and was declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary in 1981, followed by a recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. In 2007, Machu Picchu was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Machu Picchu – the Feminine Energy Center

Machu Picchu is one of the places linked to the energy centers of the world. The Incas built Machu Picchu in a particular place, high in the Andes. The place itself channels the energy and allows people to experience something that just does not belong to our world. Devotees of the Divine Mother feel the energy of the Divine Feminine permeate through these sacred lands. This is a spiritual pilgrimage connecting super saturated Shakti (Divine feminine) energy centers where Inca and Aymara cultures merge with the Divine in the presence of Brahmarishi Mohanji. An amazing journey to re-enter the womb of the Mother and experience a divine rebirth of your spiritual self, an opportunity not to be missed.

Someone visiting Machu Picchu should also expect to have a heightened sensitivity to energy. An energy vortex is a geographic location on the metaphysical map that holds an amplified amount of energy. Your vibrations and frequency will begin to match the surrounding energy.

Mohanji on Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is super saturated Shakti (Divine feminine energy). That is why Incas constructed a lot but did not stay there for more than 100 years. You cannot stay in that kind of power for long. It is an amazingly powerful spiritual hotspot where you come, freshen yourself up, overhaul yourself with that energy, and then go back.

Manisfestation of Shakti

Machu Picchu represents Shakti which has three distinct aspects – Iccha shakti (power of will), Gyaan shakti (power of knowledge) and Kriya shakti (power of action). If there is imbalance in these three shaktis, your life is incomplete. By going to Machu Picchu, you are balancing your Shakti aspect. The current times that we are going through, where everything is chaotic, is shaking people up. Hence, this time is very good for a pilgrimage like Machu Picchu since it is totally opposite of de-stabilization. Machu Picchu is the manifestation of the motherhood, the womb effect. We have incarnated on earth for the sake of experiencing life – a set of karma that we chose to experience through this body in a particular order within this time. You accept, experience and endorse karma that provoked your birth with a deep conviction and commitment.

The visit to Machu Picchu is to stabilize your energies and to ground your energies to the level of this incarnation. So that means you are being one with Shakti. So Shakti and Shiva put together, you will be a balanced personality. This is the reason why we are taking the trip.

 

Mohanji in front of Machu Picchu

Benefits of visiting Machu Picchu

Benefits of this Pilgrimage

The main benefit is alignment of various aspects of oneself, and when alignment happens your whole system gets streamlined and purpose becomes more important. The usual purpose of every being born on Earth is to experience Earth using their five senses and their mind and also to express what they have brought as uniqueness to this Earth. That’s the basic reason why we have come here. And secondly, the purpose of the Soul is Liberation from the birth and death cycle of human existence (or any existence for that matter, human or nonhuman). When you combine these two purposes it is important that you be aligned.

Pilgrimages like this one help us align because we are taken out of our comfort zones. When comfort zones are not there, we tend to move into situations where we are spontaneous. When there are comfort zones, everything is predictable. Without them, the predictability is removed and we automatically become spontaneous. By our very nature we have the capacity to be adaptable and that adaptability helps alignment. This is why we go to places where the comfort zones are broken and flexibility simply has to happen. That flexibility leads to alignment.”

Qualities of Spiritual seeker visiting Machu Picchu

“Very simple: a spiritual seeker should be open. He/she should be flexible. Flexibility is a great gift for any spiritual seeker. And the ability to destroy comfort zones and adapt to any situations is very important. So if anyone is visiting not just Machu Picchu but any spiritual place for that matter, the ability to feel, experience, transform, adapt and be flexible is very important in order to get the maximum out of those places. Because it’s not what you get from such places, it is what you can give. In other words, whether you can use the energy of the place to shed your anger, if you can shed your anxieties, fears, confusions – all the negative emotions which you have, that’s exactly why you are going there. The more empty you become, the more powerful you become.”

Mohanji in Sacred Valley, Peru
  • A Panoramic View

    A Panoramic View

     I just want to say that I am extremely happy to have been a part of the first batch who took part in the Machu Picchu Retreat with Mohanji. There will be many more to come in the future. The only thing that I can say is that please make an effort to go to Machu Picchu with Father and leave the rest to Him. I can assure you that the Machu Picchu retreat will be the best time of your spiritual journey where you will have peace, bliss, calmness and connection with mother nature!

    Ketan Patel
  • Empty Cup!

    Empty Cup!

    If you are finely tuned in to yourself, you’ll absolutely see subtle changes in yourself lasting for days and weeks (so far) after the trip that I can only label as serious progress. No details can do justice, as some of these are so intensely personal that one has to experience it themselves. I’d highly recommend this trip to both the casual or an intense seeker, and experience the presence of a true Master that goes by the name of Mohanji in our times, who can guide you as long as you approach Him with a relatively empty ‘cup’ :-).

    Aravindan Ananthan
  • The Master Knows !

    The Master Knows !

    All my thoughts, questions, and prayers were answered on this (Machu Picchu) trip. It was an amazingly beautiful experience. The whole trip was organised very well; food, hotel stay, and transportation. After returning from this trip, so much is yet to sync internally. To analyse everything from the trip is very difficult. All that I would like to convey is that my heart is filled with gratitude and love towards our beloved Guru Mohanji and towards all the people around me. I convey my soulful gratitude towards everything and everyone 🙂

    Vidya Iyengar
  • Machu Pichu, with Mohanji in 2018 was an intense experience where I got to experience the warm protective and loving energy of the creative force... The biggest transformation I got to experience was the huge reduction of the critical noise in my head! I then began to realise that I was more accepting of myself, more than ever before! ... This realisation opened doors to more acceptance of myself, others and life, more surrender and faith. I am so thankful to Mohanji for this beautiful trip.

    Tina Arya, Michigan, USA
  • I personally realised that my Baba Mohanji, helped me drop off many of my baggages in this trip and made me experience the essence of Motherhood that exist in all of us, including me. It really transformed me into seeing every woman as a Mother and so only Love and compassion flowed. If anybody feels a pull to go to Macchu Picchu please go ahead and do the trip. Do not go with your mind but connect from your heart and leave the rest at Mohanji feet. I think all of us must visit this beautiful place at least once in our lifetime!

    Jayashree Mukund, Iowa USA
  • The place the master and the experience left a lasting impression on me. I felt a profound feeling of being rebirthed during the whole trip. After I came back I noticed that I was more balanced within myself and started seeing the world with a different eye. I can say with conviction that I had gone through so many healinge of many births during the Pilgrimage. Much gratitude to the divine Masters, custodians of the Machu Pichu land, Divine Mother and our beloved Mohanji (who is like a father for me). I consider this Pilgrimage as a divine gift, from other higher dimensions which has and will keep transforming our lives here on.

    Sonia Gandhi, Sydney, Australia
  • I am happy and forever grateful that I listened to my inner self and went to Machu Picchu. Every step in the path of liberation is a test of faith and we may not even be aware of it. Since returning, I have felt a tremendous shift in my energy which can only be felt and can’t be pinned down. The dynamic powerful motherly energy of Machu Picchu along with the blessing of father and grace of Guru Mandala it was an unexpected and blissful journey of a lifetime for me.

    Ruby Nair, USA
  • It's difficult for me to explain this experience and the reprogramming at various levels that took place there. Machu Picchu opened doors into myself which only a mother can, with her love and compassion. I came back from this program loving myself more and I know I definitely have more clarity, patience and faith in myself and others as I go through life's never ending dramas. Thank you Father for showing me that creativity, love and compassion exist within me too.Deepest Gratitude to this divine space. It helped me realign and balance myself.

    Ananth Sankaran, Melbourne, Australia