What does Munay mean?
Munay is the Quechan word that means ‘love’
Quechan is a native language of Peru. Tamme went on a sacred journey to Peru in 2012 that has had a profound ripple effect on her. Throughout her journey, the Shaman Jorge Louis Delgado who guided her, spoke of 3 things… Munay, Llancha, Lachay. ‘Love’ ‘Service’ and ‘Wisdom’ He weaved these concepts into every ceremony, every offering, every act and thought.
“We all come from an endless spring of love, service, and wisdom. We can make our lives extraordinary by putting love, service, and wisdom in everything we do. When we use only our mind, we sometimes see life as ordinary. And everything we do becomes a little hard. But when we put our love, service, and wisdom into what we do, it becomes joyful.
We open our creativity and connect to the Mother. This expands our consciousness into abundance and prosperity.”
“As you practice love, the cosmos sends a messenger in the form of a hummingbird that flies above your head to gather your nectar. That’s the image of the legend—that as you open your petals, you become a beautiful flower sharing nectar from your heart, your inner sun. We are all children of the sun. And our inner sun is the child within that was never wounded. So whatever we experience, that part remains unscathed. But when we come into this reality, we encounter some heavy energies. The Mother Earth is always ready to help us transform them. Crystals and precious stones are part of this process. We are not children of casualty. We are children of love who have the same attributes as the Father Sun and Mother Earth.
And in this new day, we are awakening.”
~excerpts from an interview with Jorge Louis Delgado