a note to let you both know how grateful I am for being able
to have been a participant in this remarkable journey. My
life has made one of those turns that come fewer (at least
it was my impression until I made the voyage and fewer in
life. That turn was tantamount I feel to a very special set
of circumstances that helped to catalyze a series of very
special events I loved every day and every moment we spent
together in the Peruvian Amazon. I tell people now that I
meet and share that my life has changed and I can quantifiably
prove it. In just the two days that I have been back at my
office my sense of being has spilled over into my work. I
feel a much better sense of confidence (funny but I seem
to remember that confidence was on of my weak points with
Don Jose and don Ladimirio) already. Well anyhow this journey
is one of the most powerful boosters anyone could have. My
vision has improved and my sense of relaxation still continues.
I must admit that six months of traveling seems more appealing
at the moment then working (aaaaaaaahhh). One of my fondest
memories is of suspending from the hammock and feeling a
breeze run through my hands and up my back. The first Ayahuasca
ceremony is the catapult that sent shockwaves in my entire
centro-electro-vibratory system. That translates to the equivalent
of an explosion bursting in my head and shootings itself
through every fiber of this being. I am ready for some more.
So please take care. The two of you. If there were Angels
disguises in human form, Gerry and Chris you would be them.
But really I love to praise you for making the entire trip
pleasant, enjoyable, educational, exciting, risky, tasty,
we, and astonishing. I truly love you both.