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“Not only is Chris Kilham a smart guy with his finger on the pulse of all things plants and an amazing storehouse of valuable ethnobotanical knowledge with the wherewithal to share his knowledge with an ever widening audience, most importantly, he is kind and generous. He has boundless energy and seems to be many places across the planet at once and still has time to answer emails and take calls.” - Sitaramaya

Sitaramaya
Sitaramaya
Title/s: 
Founder
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PlantTeachers
Title/s: 
Founder
Company (Other): 
Light of the Vine
Spirit Plant Medicine, Ayahuasca Ceremony

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Sita began working in the physical and spirit plant realms after a thirteen year period of abstinence from all alcohol and drugs and followed a dietary regime to support her work with the spiritual aspect of the plants. After her first Ayahuasca ceremony, she came to the deep realization that the thirteen preceding years had been a preparation for her work with Master Plant Wisdom. She continues to travel and learn in the jungles of Peru and is applying the technology of plant diets to plants in the North. Together with Kwinto, they have established the Light of the Vine™, headquartered in Varillal, Peru and where the land is being conserved to protect the plants, trees, animals and waterways from development. She further supports the work of Kwintobheue™, bringing forth ancient plant technologies and shamanic practice to the modern culture.

Over the last twenty years, Sita has founded several organizations including, PlantTeachers.com™ and Light of the Vine™. She is the founder of Conscious Path Creation™ and Quantum Path Creation™. She uses her western Life Coaching skills in conjunction with Indigenous ceremonial work to help people integrate their learning into the practical and spiritual aspects of everyday life. Through PlantTeachers™, she leads groups and organizes conferences in the Amazon.

Sita organized the first major show of Pablo Amaringo’s art in Venice, California in 2009. She has appeared in Los Angeles as a guest on the Ayahuasca monologues.

Sitaramaya
Sita