february, 2020

This is a repeating event

03feb7:00 pm8:30 pmSacred Song ClassWith Wayra7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST 6717 Valmont Rd


Event Details

Join Wayra and Yasha for an evening of Sacred Song Training happening during the weekly Worldchangers Organization offerings at Vali Soul.

Come enjoy meaningful community time – to breathe deeper, open your own unique voice, and activate your heart song.

Please try to show up on time to sign in and settle into the meditative group space while you wait for us to set up and begin…


Born to a Peruvian family in Colombia with Quechua, Muisca, and Mestizo roots, Wayra is migrating from South America — where she has studied the ancient, ancestral healing traditions of her lineage — to the mountains of Colorado — where she lives at the HauxHouse community center, co-facilitates in partnership with Yasha, and supports the mission of Worldchangers Organization with her gifts and passions. She carries a vast array of sacred Ikaros and prayerful incantations from all around the world. Cantante / artista medicina, facilitadora de saberes ancestrales y círculos del sagrado femenino, chef creadora consciente, viajera y aprendiz de la vida.


Yasha is an MC, polymath, and visionary founder of Worldchangers Organization 501(c)3 for Inner World Peace and of its Eight Limbs initiatives, such as HeartFire Festival. As an apprentice of both the Inayati-Maimuni Order and the Universal Initiatic College, Yasha facilitates ceremonial rites of passage and interprets dreams. He is also authorized to lead T’ai Chi, breathwork, Zikr, and meditation. Having completed his Bachelor’s Degree in World Wisdom Traditions at Naropa University, Yasha is now in an accelerated PhD program for Jungian Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Born into the dissident Ukrainian-Jewish intelligentsia, he produces a wide range of multilingual creative work. Since early childhood, Yasha has lived and traveled all over the world while receiving and sharing interspiritual teachings and transformational practices.


We will be sharing sacred songs and prayers from around the world, with a special focus on healing songs and Ikaros, and on how they integrate with an Intertribal / Way of the Winds altar-place.

Many of these songs are still too sensitive and too powerful to be shared publicly, while others have been passed to us with the intention that we will transmit them to our friends along the way.

We will be sharing those songs that have come from Wayra’s travels with permission to be shared. All of this work is guided by our indigenous elders and teachers, in the Initiatic lineage of the Intertribal Altar, where we train as students and initiates.

“Ikaro” is an word with Quechua roots, now used to refer to the sacred songs and secret incantations of various indigenous cultures.

It is especially used to refer to the native songs of Amerikua (which is a Mayan name for the American continents that means “Land of Four Winds” — also known as “Turtle Island” in the North).

More specifically, “Ikaro” is often used to refer to Shipibo songs from the Peruvian Jungles, and to the songs of other South American First Nations from the Andes mountains (“Apus de los Andes”) and the Amazon Rain-forest (“La Selva / Amazonia”).

In addition, we will be exploring magic songs, prayers, zikrs, chants, niggunim, and mantras from all around the world — as a study of the sacred power of languages, sounds, syllables, vowels, names, and spells in general — their effect on altering human consciousness, invoking the presence of spirit and its various qualities, guiding the flow and vibration of energy in the field, and tapping into the multidimensional nature of reality and how it relates to the ongoing process of gradual self-mastery, the senses, the subtle light body, and the mind.

This educational curriculum is a part of our vision for the fulfillment of various prophecies, such as the resurgence of intercultural indigenous wisdom, the reunification of Eagle and Condor, the return of the Rainbow Warriors, the emergence of the messianic era, the paradigm shift into the astrological “Age of Aquarius”, and the Mayan calendar’s “New Baktun”. Many of these prophecies claim that the esoteric knowledge will become openly accessible across nations and available word-wide.

Class content will be recorded by and for Trismegistus Academy, which is an Eight Limbs initiative of Worldchangers Organization 501(c)3 for Inner World Peace.


Ayni is a Quechua word that roughly translates as “Sacred Reciprocity” and is one of the core elements of Andean cosmology.

The suggested donation for the song class $15-$30 Sliding Scale – Nobody is turned away for lack of funds.

Although its important to take care of basic needs such as venue rental — esoteric knowledge is truly priceless, and spiritual work is not a profit-oriented business. For this reason, the suggested donation is flexible.

We do, however, recommend making a tangible monetary donation for every class, regardless of community status or experience level, as an important psychological investment into the value and importance of the work you are doing and a subconscious reinforcement of what you are choosing to prioritize.

We also recommend coming to the classes consistently, since this work is an actual long-term path and can make a real difference in personal and collective growth if treated as such, as opposed to taste-testing everything in a temporary tourist fashion.

If you are not able to make the donation, we definitely still recommend coming to the class anyways and just chipping in if and what you can. You can also reach out to us ahead of time if you need to arrange an alternative payment plan.

If you do choose to invest in and support this work, we thank you and wish for the abundance to spiral back around and multiply exponentially for all those involved.


Sometimes we will also bring our Mystic Moose Marketplace display, featuring creative work and unique, hand-made, traditional crafts, weavings, bead-work, and sacred arts from certain native Peruvian families with whom we do business in an ongoing, reciprocal manner.

Please feel free to bring extra funds if you might want to shop and support the marketplace before or after class.

Proceeds from the marketplace benefit both our family-run nonprofit organization and the artists and native families that supply us.


(Monday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST


Vali Soul Sanctuary

6717 Valmont Rd

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