Spirit Of The Inca


Pronounced “Moon-Eye-Ki”, Munay-Ki comes from the Quechuan word for love.
There are 9 rites in Munay-ki. If you would like to know more details about each of the 9 rites

The name of these rites comes from the Quechuan word for love, ‘Munay’. Though this is not the kind of love that we are perhaps more familiar with – rather than being an emotion, the ‘Munay’ form of love is pure energy. It is:

  • The power of the great Love that the Pachamama Mother Earth has for us
  • The light that Inti Tayta, Father Sun, shines down on us as sunlight
  • Munay is Unconditional Love

The word ‘Ki’
, though not Quechuan, represents the power of these rites to heal and help you achieve greater harmony. According to this tradition there are three power centres that are
held in the body:

  • Yanchay, the power of Wisdom, which resides in the 6th chakra
  • Munay, the power of Love, which resides in the heart
  • Yan’kay, the power of Service, which resides in the belly

As these 9 rites of the Munay Ki are downloaded into your energy field, they bring with them an ability to help transform you. Aided by your personal healing work, this will allow you to come into alignment, what the Q’ero know as ‘ayni’, a
living embodiment of these energetic qualities of Wisdom, Love And Service that represent being in right relationship with all of creation.

These powerful initiations from the Inca tradition are transmitted from person to person.

These Codes heal our wounds, change our DNA and energetic structure much like new seeds planted in fertile soil. Love and power working together releases us from our past-selves and brings forth who we can become, the best
of what it means to be a human being. A sense of belonging, a sense of purpose and having the ability to make a difference whilst living in the right relationship.

This is the way of the Munay Ki.

As we download these new archetypical energies into our field, we are creating a robust vessel that will hold this new dream on planet earth. Consciously co-creating a world where we all have a sense of belonging, where we lead lives that have meaning and purpose and that make a difference in the world and where we live in right relationship with all beings.

Along with many of the indigenous peoples throughout the world, I believe that we are standing at the edge of an extraordinary time in our human evolution. We are building a new world, as the old falls away.

What will we create? What will this new world be based upon?

There are several ways you can connect with the Munay Ki course:

Online Version

Our online version is easily accessible for everyone, regardless of experience and location and for those who wish only to receive the rites.

During this course you will learn:

  • About the rites
  • What they mean
  • How to work with them
  • About the principles that underpin these rites of passage

Residential Course
These courses are for those who wish to take their work deeper or want to share the rites onwards.

During this 5 day residential course you will:

  • Go deeper into what sits behind each of the rites
  • Understand how they heal
  • Learn processes that will enable you to confidently give the rites
  • Discover how to offer your own workshop to in order to share this beautiful gift

Our residential course has been postponed for the time being – as soon as we are able to gather again we will let you know via our newsletter.

You can also be gifted all the 9 rites of passage during our journey through the Sacred Valley Of The Inca In Peru with our shaman of the Q’ero tradition.

Email chris@spiritoftheinca.com if you would like more information on the Munay Ki course.

In these extraordinary times, we have come to realise that this medicine tradition is making itself available to be shared differently.

In the summer of 2021, we linked up with Don Pascual Apaza Flores, live, in Cusco, Peru, via Zoom, and he shared the rites of the Munay Ki with us in what became an extraordinary and powerful experience. It’s with such pleasure that we are able to offer the Munay Ki in this way on a regular basis.

“To have had the opportunity to complete the medicine wheel...what an awesome experience....there are no words to express how grateful I am to be able to do this beautiful work with such an amazing tribe...”
- Christine McDonald