Opening the Sacral Vessel (Organo Sagrado)
Sacral vessel is a special physical and energy unit, which performs the same function in the body as the womb.
The personal connection with the energy of place, which was highly active 3000 years ago, formed a completely different physiological environment in a human body. In ancient times it was natural for people to be able to at least perceive and assimilate energy, which they did through their special vessel-centre, located below their bellybutton. As time went by and as people lost their ability to interact with energy efficiently, not only energy structure of their body changed but also their physiological appearance. To some extent this was related to the general change of the Earth´s energy background. Later shamans tried to maintain work of this centre with certain rituals.
The sacral centre of Incas was associated with the solar transformation and was sometimes called Punchao.
It is a popular belief that Tupac Amaru, the last Supreme Inca, was also the last person in Andean culture with a sacral centre. A body with such organ was called yllapa (literate translation possessing internal light). It was assumed that this kind of body is capable of transformations.
The main ritual preserved till our days is drinking chicha, infused on corn. This ritual is related to filling the sacral vessel, also called the sacral organ.
Incas left us the last knowledge about working with this organ. However, its history goes back to Chavin culture - one of the most ancient Indian cultures in South America, when the Indians used the capabilities of their sacral vessels for achieving transformations.