Your quest to seek out the healing powers of one of the leading Shaman on Jeru Mangku Gede Puspa island starts in the morning with a short drive from your southern Bali or Ubud hotel. The traditional healer in Nongan Village has gained name and fame among the Balinese citizens in continuously practicing traditional means of healing, including finding cures and reasons for physical and mental illnesses, removing spells and providing information from the ancestors. His wisdom and experience in this field may reveal something interesting you may not know. After the encounter, a 1-1.5 hour lunch stop may be arranged. Food and drink is available for purchase at the local restaurant (at own expense).
The tour will then follow local roads through the lush and green countryside to Penglipuran Village, an authentic representation of how Balinese life used to be for many centuries. The chance to socialize with the local community and learn about their traditions and cultural heritage will be yet another eye opener. Ample time will be spent there before moving on to the Tirta Empul.
The Tirta Empul on the Island of Gods is one of the most important temples, known for its water blessings at the Holy Spring. Visitors will be dressed in sarong and sash, the traditional clothing of Indonesia, before the priest of the temple asks the gods for permission to enter this religious ceremony. From making offerings to entering the pool for the actual blessing ceremony, this event is beyond any doubt one of the most spiritual experiences one can undergo on Bali.
Refreshed and blessed with a new sense of knowledge, head back to your hotel with an estimated arrival of 4:30pm.
From Southern Bali and Ubud hotels
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When deeply interested in the mysterious spiritual world of Bali and its healing powers for its local residents, a visit to a local Shaman is a must. During this private 8-hour program guests will be blessed at the Tirta Empul, said to be home of curative waters. The experience on its own may have eye-opening effects on those visiting shamans as they are said to channel information from the ancestral world.