photo of a bee, Akosmopolite

Bom Dia from Mother Earth!

By Trina Otero

I wanted to share some photos I took from my first aya trip. ❤ Enjoy! [P.S. If you’d like to share any of these, please credit me & my site, thank you!]

Brazilian empanada, Guarana

This is a Brazilian empanada – I had mine with cheese only [vegetarian here]. Guaraná is a popular soda amongst Brazilians and I had not had it in awhile so I drank one!


Casadinho (Portuguese – literally saying “together” or “married to”). It’s a cute name for this cookie, which is two little cookies put together with guava jam in the middle. 🍥

natural springs

Gorgeous natural springs. ❤

I fell in love with that beautiful, large tree that is ever-so-elegantly leaning over the land and water. So I took a photo with it below. ❤


I’m so in love with nature. 😍 My life has been so different, so enriched and blessed since reconnecting. I can’t live without it because it is a part of me and I am a part of it. Nature is so beautiful and perfect. 🌻 Look at my cute, magical little friends below on the flowers. 🌼🐝🌷 I took the photos below in a butterfly garden. ❤


A yummy, sweet treat made of crushed peanuts. It’s like a firm, yet creamy, peanut butter. It’s oh so good. It just.. melts in your mouth. 😋

Goddess oracle cards, fresh foods

I filled up with all kinds of Brazilian goodies, but I intuitively felt like I needed to eat very light and fresh to prepare for my first ayahuasca ceremony. I felt so blessed and loved. ❤ The reading with this Goddess Oracle deck was beautiful and resonated!

Some more Brazilian pastries before I left. ❤ The first one is a soft, crumbly bread with palm of hearts and a creamy cheese inside. The second is a much sweeter pastry, with a melted Brazilian cheese and cooked banana. They were both so yummy!



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