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Crazy Wisdom


Nov 27, 2023

This podcast features a discussion with Seba Tut, an expert practitioner and facilitator of Aguahara. They explore the concept of Aguahara, a therapeutic experience in water. Seba shares his view on its spiritual, practical, and therapeutic aspects, and how it fosters surrender, intuition, and adaptability. He also discusses the connections between Aguahara and broader cultural and technological trends, integrating perspectives from ancient wisdom, water therapies, and the challenges of modern life. The podcast also covers Seba's plans for sharing Aguahara through a round trip journey across Latin America and potentially further afield.

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00:04 Introduction and Guest Presentation
00:22 Understanding Aguahara: A Deep Dive
02:46 The Origins and Evolution of Aguahara
06:35 The Role of Water in Aguahara
06:51 The Birth of Aguahara and Its Connection to Water
14:18 Exploring the Practice of Aguahara
27:14 The Healing Power of Aguahara
35:18 The Aquatic Consciousness in Aguahara
36:40 Discussing Life's Struggles and the Aquatic Revolution
38:25 The Power of Empathy and the Impact of the Psychedelic Movement
38:47 The Emergence of Holistic Views and the Power of Communication
39:54 Exploring the Concept of Connected Minds and Astrology
40:30 The Transition from Pisces to Aquarius Era
41:42 The Power of Words and the Impact of AI
43:29 The Potential of AI and the Age of Magic
53:11 Exploring the Concept of Personal AI
57:04 The Influence of Hollywood and the Perception of AI
59:23 The Power of Touch and the Healing Potential of Water
01:03:35 The Future of Aguahara and the Power of Community

Key Points

  1. Definition of Aguahara: Seba Tut described Aguahara as difficult to define succinctly. It is seen as both a territory and an exploration, an aquatic experience that cannot be fully captured in a simple definition. It invites curiosity and personal experience to truly understand what it is.

  2. Origin and Influences: Aguahara is influenced by and considered a descendant of older practices like Watsu (water shiatsu) and Water Dance. These were developed independently in California and Switzerland, respectively. Aguahara also has roots in Jansu, another aquatic therapy developed in an Osho ashram in India.

  3. The Role of Water: Water is central to Aguahara, not just as a medium but as an element that influences the practice. The therapy often takes place in warm water, similar to body temperature, but can also be conducted in cooler waters. The water facilitates relaxation and movement.

  4. Connection to Other Practices: Aguahara draws from various traditions and practices, including tantric explorations, shiatsu massage, and dance. It is seen as a combination of these elements, adapted to an aquatic environment.

  5. Development and Evolution: Aguahara evolved through experimentation and collaboration among practitioners, who brought their learnings and understandings from other therapies and movement practices.

  6. Philosophical and Spiritual Aspects: The discussion touched on broader philosophical and spiritual themes, such as the mystery of water and the mind, the concept of surrender, and the interplay of intuition and intention.

  7. Practical Aspects of Aguahara Sessions: Sessions typically involve entering the water, surrendering to the experience, and allowing the facilitator to guide movements. The experience can be therapeutic and involves elements of touch, movement, and a deep connection with water.

  8. The Cultural and Social Context: The conversation also delved into the broader cultural and social implications of practices like Aguahara, discussing aspects like community, empathy, and the human connection with nature.