The Heart of Nagualismo Intensive.

I am holding an intensive training for those seriously interested in Nagualismo at the end of this month.
This is a five day intensive immersion into the training of Nagualismo, the method of attainment used by the ancient civilizations of the Nahuas and taught by the Toltecs before the European invasion.

This training is for serious warriors only. Only those who can step fearlessly beyond the known may come.

This training is transformative and radical. You will change, and the world you knew will also change with you.

You will be in the training day and night, and there will be no communication with the outside, no leaving the property, and no tending to external business. These will be five days spent somewhere else, away from this world.

Please understand that, along with having to spend the nights and all your meal with us, you may not have the comforts of smoking, using the internet, alcohol, or drugs.

Please, apply only if you are willing to abide by these requirements.

Cost: $2,500. However, if you reserve your post before August 15, your tuition will be only $1500.

To reserve your spot, send a non-refundable registration fee of $500 to: www.paypal.me/xicoco

Once we receive your reservation, we will send you more information. You may send more than the registration fee.

Please, take into account that the registration fee of $500 are non-refundable. You can get a refund for the rest of the money any time before the start of the event.

Write to me with any questions.

Koyote

The Toltecs Were Not a Race Nor a Nation.

The word Toltec was the name given in this continent to a group, otherwise unnamed, of seekers that decided to live and work in conscious communities throughout the Mesoamerican region between what we call now North America and Central America.

They were not an empire; they were not a religion; they were not a system. They were simply a grouping of different hives that had something in common. What they had in common is that they were all working to master themselves, to master the way they acted, to master the way they perceived the world.

These Toltecs truly became masters of perception. As such, the term Toltec became synonymous with artists, with builders, with temple makers, and bringers of civilizations. Many people have confused the Toltecs with a race, with a tribe, with a country, even with a civilization. In truth, they were none of these things. They were independent, revolutionary thinkers who explored the limits and the laws of consciousness; who learned to live by their own rules; and who learned to master, first and foremost, their own perception.

Their technologies, developed over millennia, allowed the Nahuas to achieve great heights of technological and spiritual development. The Nahuas was the name the people of Mesoamerica called themselves, the people the Toltecs served and guided. The Nahuas developed many civilizations: Olmec, Mayan, Aztec, and Quiché. They witnessed the unfolding of an alchemical technology that gave them the city of gold, El Dorado, a fountain of youth, and the ability to create pyramids and sacred cities designed to transform ordinary human consciousness into god consciousness.

From The Teachings of a Toltec Survivor.


If you want to learn more about the history and achievements of the Toltecs, check out the periodical Tolteca (3 out of 9 issues currently available).