Category Archives: Santo Daime
The Doctrine of Santo Daime was established in the year 1930. The Santo Daime was founded by Raimundo Irineu Serra, “Mestre Irineu”, in the year 1930. It developed over the next several decades and after the death of Mestre Irineu in 1971 it was spread throughout Brazil and soon the whole world through the successor […]
This article highlights the vision, as discussed in Matthew Meyer’s book “in the master’s house”. Note the wall around the salão.
From Jairo account Daime is not a drug. It is … The prohibition of drugs in Alto Santo Mestre Irineu and Mapacho tobacco The only other plant substances that alter consciousness that Mestre Irineu specifically promoted was Mapacho tobacco. There is even a famous photo of Mestre Irineu smoking. Mapacho is a very important […]
There are several different understandings of Juramidam. The origin of Juramidam .Juramidam originates within the Santo Daime. Juramidam as a title given to Mestre Irineu Juramidam is the title given to Mestre Irineu. This is the primary understanding that is asserted by most traditional Daime groups. The title is given to Mestre Irineu himself, and […]
Introduction One of the misconceptions that many Daimistas throughout the “Daime-diaspora” is that the doctrine is one neat and nice linear path that leads up to them doing their work in whichever Western country in which they reside. Mestre Irineu was the original guy, then Padrinho Sebastião was his successor and the Daime moved to […]
In this article we will also compare and contrast two different stories of straying from the original Daime recipe and Mestre Irineu and Padrinho Sebastiãos respective reactions and how that represents the attitude towards the doctorine in their respective lines. Union of divine masculine and feminine. What is Ayahuasca? Ayahuasca is the name given to […]
Yes and no. Mestre Irineu, the founder of Santo Daime specified that the works are part of a “doctrine” (from Latin: doctrina, meaning “teaching, instruction”) . Someone who practices Santo Daime in his view of what he was initating was that they would be a Daimista in their embodiment, but Catholic (or Christian) in their faith. […]