David was a Director of an AIM and Nasdaq company, he has had an illustrious commercial career however after winning a £1.5 billion contract on behalf of British Telecom, he realised it meant nothing. This realisation was coupled with a major spiritual event when he became ‘one with the universe’. This led him to Buddhism and he attended The Buddhist Society of Manchester for 12 years. Following his separation in 2012 he spent 3 years in Dubai discovering himself. David had numerous spiritual experiences before he met the sacred plants. Ayahuasca has taught him so much and he says one Ayahuasca ceremony is equivalent to many years dedicated meditation.
In 2016 David published his first book, “There is More to Life” which describes his amazing journey from being a successful businessman in England to running Munay Medicine a plant medicine retreat in the Sacred Valley, Peru. David says helping people discover themselves is more rewarding than anything he ever achieved commercially.
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