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The Apu Adventures

Challenging mountain treks, fairytale views, and the Sacred Work. It’s been an intense 10 days… here are the highlights!


Apu Salkantay


Meaning “wild”, Salkantay’s snow covered peaks tower at 20,574 ft and is a three-plus hour drive north from Cusco to its base camp. As we hiked the trail through the wild horses and mules, this little guy followed for a bit and then approached. Soon I was petting him and speaking Star Language to soothe his sadness.



Lake Humantay


The climb to get to this extraordinary lake at 13,943 ft was grueling and at the time, the most challenging ever experienced… and my time with this Apu was indescribable.



Apu Ausengate


Three plus hours to the south of Cusco stands Apu Ausengate at 20,945 ft. The name translates to “reciprocity” or “relationship”. We trekked to 15,000ft in elevation. This truly fairytale landscape has many sacred mountain lakes, roaming Alpacas and Chinchillas. The energy here was unlike any other.



Inti Punku - The Sun Gate


Sitting 12,750 ft upon a mountain peak in Ollantaytambo is Inti Punku, also known as the Sun Gate. An interdimensional doorway constructed by the Incas that is perfectly aligned to the Pleiades constellation. This was by far the most excruciating trek taking 6hrs to reach the Sun Gate at an almost constant incline. As we approached Inti Punku the sun had a rainbow ring around it! Spirit ensured we had the entire place to ourselves and much was accomplished here in Divine Service to All Life.


Today we head to Lake Titicaca… an 8hr drive.


THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THIS MISSION🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 I could not do this without you!!! Your donations help finance these monumental tasks and offset the crazy amount of travel expenses incurred.


If you would like to support this Sacred Work, please consider making a donation and/or prepaying for a one-on-one session.


Star Light Blessings & Love Love Love,

Yedyamya 🙏🏻💖

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