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CEREMONY INFORMATION

Minimum Donations

All of our Ceremonies require a Minimum Donation. 

Group Ceremony $300 

Private Ceremony $400

Group Ceremonies are every Saturday at 10am, on our land in Huntsville TX.

Private Ceremonies can be scheduled for any time.

Discounted Package Rates

*1 Private & 1 Group Ceremony, Including 1 Overnight Bunking Stay Between Ceremonies*

Total $600 per person

$175 Savings

 

*2 Privates & 1 Group Ceremony, Including 2 Overnight Bunking Stays Between Ceremonies*

Total $900 per person

$275 Savings

The Private Ceremonies included in the Packages must be scheduled on consecutive days aligning with a Saturday Group Ceremony.

Example of a Two Day Package

Fri, Sat (Group)

Sat (Group), Sun

Example of a Three Day Package 

Thurs. Fri, Sat (Group)

Fri. Sat (Group), Sun

Sat (Group), Sun, Mon

Our Address& Phone Number

52 Ripple Creek Dr

Huntsville, TX 77320

(713) 657-9628  

 

Camping in the Woods

Overnight Stays
Camping

Camping Space on our land is available and optional every Ceremony weekend at a $30 fee, (you must bring your own camping gear).

Indoor Bunking

USNT has a Garage Apartment that includes One full size bed, and two twin size bunk beds for retreats and for those traveling to Ceremony. The Garage Apartment has a Refrigerator, bathroom, and microwave for personal use.

Bunk Beds are available at $75 per night.

The full size bed is available at $100 per night. 
 

All overnight stays have additional access to the house, kitchen, outdoor grills, firepits, both indoor & outdoor bathrooms & showers, as well as our our pond, creek, and above ground pool in the summer. 

 

DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON PROPERTY

What To Bring

For All Ceremonies, Please Bring the Following;

  1. Plantable Perrenial Flowers

  2. Water

  3. Dry Firewood Bundle 

  4. Change of Clothes

  5. Minimum Donation 

Ceremony Preparation Writing Exercises

Ceremony Preperation

Preparing for a Bufo Alvarius Ceremony requires careful consideration and planning due to the profound and intense nature of the experience. Here are some recommendations on how to prepare for such a ceremony:

1. Stop Researching and Start Understanding:

Stop researching Bufo Alvarius, there are NO WORDS that can describe this medicine, and no two journeys are the same, one of the most beautiful aspects of Bufo is the Understanding that we will never Understand. 

2. Experienced Guide:

If you are not having your Ceremony with USNT, seek out an experienced and reputable guide or shaman who specializes in facilitating Bufo Alvarius ceremonies. A knowledgeable guide can provide guidance, ensure safety, and assist you in navigating the experience.

3. Medical Consultation:

Due to the intensity of the ceremony, it is crucial to consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as a doctor or psychiatrist, to discuss your physical and mental health. They can help determine if you have any conditions or medications that may interact negatively with the ceremony.

4. Mental and Emotional Preparation:

Reflect on your intentions and motivations for participating in the ceremony. Engage in practices such as meditation, mindfulness, or journaling to cultivate self-awareness, emotional stability, and mental clarity. This can help you navigate the potentially challenging aspects of the experience.

5. Establish Trust and Support:

Build a supportive network of friends, family, or fellow participants who understand and respect your decision to partake in the ceremony. Having a trusted support system can provide comfort and guidance during challenging moments. Choosing to have your experience with USNT is a blessing, we are an entire family of support. If you choose to have your first experience as a Private Ceremony, be sure to come back to experience or to observe a group ceremony, or to any USNT events we offer. With USNT you will never need to walk this path alone.

6. Dietary Preparations:

Follow any dietary guidelines provided by your guide or shaman leading up to the ceremony. This may involve abstaining from certain foods or substances, such as alcohol, caffeine, or specific medications, to ensure your system is clear and receptive to the experience.

7. Environmental Setting:

USNT has a beautiful, safe and comfortable environment for the ceremony. We encourage you to bring meaningful objects, such as sacred symbols or personal items that hold significance to you.

8. Ceremony Logistics:

Understand the logistics of the ceremony, such as its duration, the presence of other participants, and any rituals or practices involved. (refer to our directions page). Communicate openly with your facilitator to address any questions or concerns you may have prior to the start of Ceremony.

9. Surrender and Openness:

Approach the ceremony with an open mind and a willingness to surrender to the experience. Let go of expectations and judgments, and be receptive to whatever arises during the ceremony.

10. Integration and Aftercare:

After your personal ceremony, allow yourself ample time on the mat to fully process the moment, Remember that USNT has Live Group Zoom Integration every Tuesday from 7 to 8:30pm CST, and our phone is always open to call for integration and reflection; (713)657-9628.  Journaling, meditation, or talking with a supportive person can also help process and integrate the insights and experiences gained during the ceremony. Remember, the Bufo Alvarius ceremonies are incredibly profound and transformative experiences. By preparing yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally, and seeking guidance from experienced professionals, you can maximize the potential benefits while ensuring your safety and well-being.

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