Shamanic Tuition: Learn Spiral Energetics in Malaysia

The nagual Lujan Matus is offering private shamanic tuition in Spiral Energetics in Malaysia from December 2013 to May 2014.

When you submit your registration please let us know your preferred month of attendance and we will provide you with specific dates for the programs you are interested in.


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About Malaysia

Malaysia is geographically split in two, Peninsular Malaysia is on mainland Southeast Asia.  The Malaysian portion of nearby Borneo is across the South China Sea and shares a border with Indonesia. Here you can visit the natural wonders of the two states of Sabah and Sarawak and its many beautiful national parks.


Malaysia offers the visitor a huge range of attractions including lush jungle trekking, chilling out on white-sand beaches, gastronomic adventuring and immersing yourself in a colorful cultural heritage. Malaysia is also well-known for some pristine beaches with great diving opportunities although the dive season is limited to April to September.


With the bustling capital of Kuala Lumpur midway between UNESCO-listed towns of Penang and Melaka and also just a few hours by bus from the sprawling Taman Negara National Park, many of Malaysia’s highlights are both affordable and easy to reach.

You can travel very well on a low budget in Malaysia and at the same time avoid the hordes of tourists you’ll find on the well-beaten paths elsewhere.

Culture and Religion

Malaysia is a multicultural society. While Malays make up a 52% majority, there are also 27% Chinese, 9% Indian and a miscellaneous grouping of 13.5% “others”, such as the Portuguese clan in Melaka and 12% of indigenous peoples (Orang Asli).

There is hence also a profusion of faiths and religions, with Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Sikhism and even shamanism on the map.


One of the significant characteristics of Malaysian culture is its celebration of various festivals and events. The year is filled with colorful, exhilarating and exciting activities. Some are religious and solemn but many others are vibrant, joyous events.


The sole official language of Malaysia is Malay. English is compulsory in all schools and widely spoken in the larger cities, as well as around the main tourist attractions.


Malaysia is close to the equator, therefore warm weather is guaranteed. Temperatures generally range from 23°C/73 ºF up to 32°C/90 ºF.



Most nationalities can enter Malaysia without a visa, and will be issued a 14, 30 or 90 day entry permit stamp on their passport depending on their country of residence.


The crossroads of Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine, Malaysia is a gastronomic destination. Malay food is characterized by a liberal use of spices (the most important are star anise, cinnamon/cassia, cardamom and cloves, pungent edible rhizomes (mainly galangal, ginger and turmeric), coconut milk and occasionally fresh herbs (lemongrass, fresh coriander, pandan leaves and various kinds of wild herbs).

malaysian food

 A trip to Malaysia would not be complete without trying the sweet, juicy and mouth watering local fruits. Some of the fruits such as durian, mangosteen, cempedak, pomelo, rambutan, duku-langsat and snakefruit are indigenous, while the papaya, guava, ciku, soursop, mango, wax or honey apple, jackfruit, starfruit, and watermelon have been introduced over the years.



It is advisable to dress respectfully, particularly in rural areas (wearing trousers or a long skirt, not shorts, and covering your shoulders is recommended but not essential). In more metropolitan areas as well as East Malaysian states (Sabah and Sarawak), attitudes are more liberal.


Certain areas of mosques and temples should not be entered by those of different faiths. Signs are often displayed and you can always ask those around you if you are unsure. Conservative dress is always required in mosques, and some temples, and you will often be required to remove your shoes.

Some Malaysians eat with their hands, especially when eating more traditional types of food. If you’d like to dump the cutlery and give it a try, remember to use only the right hand – the left is used for more basic bodily functions!

Also, never pass, touch or handle anything with your left hand; and never point with your forefinger (you may use a closed fist with the thumb instead), point with your feet or touch a person’s head. Avoid touching anyone of the opposite sex.


As in many Asian countries, Malaysians don’t often show anger in public. When others do, many Malaysians are unsure of what to do next. Remain calm, firm, and avoid shouting when things do not go your way.


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