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At our ayahuasca retreats, you will be able to explore traditional plant spirit shamanism that dates from time immemorial in a safe and secure environment. We work with integrity and the best of intentions for spiritual awakening and holistic healing of the mind, body and spirit. You can have the confidence to immerse yourself in the realms of Peruvian shamanism with Ayahuasca and Huachuma (San Pedro cactus), knowing that you are with people at our ayahuasca retreats who have dedicated their lives to helping you heal and explore the nature of reality and the shamanic realms of this ancient healing practice in the heart of this phenomenon Iquitos, Peru. The goal of these retreats is to provide guests with a professional and experienced support, conducive to deep healing and transformation, to provide you with the tools to maintain positive change.
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Gloria R wrote a review Oct 2022
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My experience at Kaysay Retreat Center was terrible. I wasted my time and money. Did not get any results. William controlled everything. He did not allow the shamans to do their work. It was all about him. I cane home feeling worse than when I went there. I had a session with the counselor after the retreat, which was also a waste of time. Doriana made excuses for everything and stopped all communication with me. Never gave answers to my questions. Never contacted me again . I do not recommend this place.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from William Menech, Owner at Kawsay Ayahuasca Retreat
Responded Oct 12, 2022
Hello Gloria, Since we have been working since 2008, when Ayahuasca was not so ¨mainstream, ¨ we have noticed recently that many people see Ayahuasca as either a drug experience or for people to get what they want. Kawsay is a healing retreat where most people have come and received intense healing from trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, etc. I thank you for your sentiments and am happy to address your disappointment. Your disappointment comes from taking the shaman aside and asking him to work outside the healing context. Since you brought this subject up in this forum, I am compelled to add the background. The work you asked to do was asking the shamans to remove the things from your mind that would rob you of the opportunity to heal from the situation. Ayahuasca does not work how you want it to, as if you would go to someone who works in witchcraft. Instead, Ayahuasca helps you see your situation and view your situation from a place of love and forgiveness, also helping you recognize for yourself the misjudgments you might have made in situations, helping you redirect your understanding so you can heal the problem for you and other parties involved. This controlling you are speaking about comes from when the shaman came up to me before the ceremony and told me that you wanted him to do work outside of a pure healing context. Your request put the shaman in a precarious situation that would compromise his integrity and affect him as a healer. The shaman came to me to discuss your case with me right before the ceremony began; I said to him, ¨Are you willing to compromise your integrity as a healer?¨ So the decision was made not to do the type of work you requested, which would be correct for him and more beneficial for yourself. Other spiritual practices and negative shamans would be happy to fulfill your request, and these go by the names of witches or brujos. At Kawsay, our shamans are vetted to ensure that the work stays clean and does not cross spiritual lines leading to the dark side of shamanism. However, if you would like your request to be fulfilled, then there are plenty of spiritual practitioners out there that work with negative energies. And yes, it is my responsibility that the space remains clean and the work remains clean. So yes, ethical decisions need to be made for the good of all. In true healing, one must look inside and find the root of the pain and suffering; this is done within the Ayahuasca ceremony context, and then a permanent resolution can be had. However, removing the situation from the mind will never resolve the root of the problems, which will cause another cycle of issues linked to the same root. I love you, sister, and I hope you find a resolution in your situation that brings you healing, love, and peace and the other parties involved.
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Mogginger wrote a review Oct 2022
London, United Kingdom8 contributions7 helpful votes
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I did the 15-day retreat at this place. The service is good: laundry pretty much anytime, table service by the amazing Kelly, clean (shared) rooms... The activities they offer are very nice e.g. monkey Island is a must, Indian village is fun and selling amazing souvenirs. The place is magical and in good shape. A big thanks to Doriana who is so generous with her time, so supportive and friendly. My biggest disappointment is that they don't seem to have read the responses to the questionnaire we completed pre-retreat (e.g. why are you coming? What do you fear? Is it your first time? Etc) because none of my answers seemed to count during the retreat. Except when asking to talk to the organizers, they don't seem to take in consideration your background. The group meetings were poor quality, each one of us shared how we experienced the ceremonies but the Shaman shared general comments about Ayahuasca. Those who struggled didn't seem to receive strong guidance apart from "let's see how tomorrow goes" and "Ayahuasca gives you what you need, not what you want", at least in public. The Shaman didn't look friendly at first, no smile and seemed asleep during group meetings. I thought it may be cultural differences. They kindly offered me personal treatments to enable more visions though which I really appreciated. I explain my poor rating due to the San Pedro ceremony mainly. We were told that this ceremony is more social, we could talk to each other and walk. William led it and it was one of the most discriminating experiences. When people were "high", he was seating in front of those who struggled the most to try "to heal them". What I heard and observed was shocking. I prefer people to be informed in case they disagree with this approach too: he explained to them and to the group how much God, Jesus Chris is their healer. Before singing he was saying that we were about to hear God's voice, not his. At this point I was so disengaged that I had talk to others in the room. He didn't like it, we were forced to listen and listen about Jesus Christ. He separated people. It felt like it was "his show". I came for a spiritual journey, not for religion or confrontation with someone's ego. Two weeks was too long for me as the second week was exactly the same program as the first week so except walking from the room to the living room and the gym, there is not much to do. It's a tree lodge and you aren't allowed to go for a walk on your own. I try not to think that I spent 4000+ dollars on this retreat for such little return on investment but it's important to say that some others seemed having the expected transformation.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from William Menech, Owner at Kawsay Ayahuasca Retreat
Responded Oct 4, 2022
Thank you, Morgan, for your honest review and your perception. I hope your work and knowledge will benefit your life moving forward. Before I begin to respond to each section of your comments, I have to say that in this work, since 2008, there have been a handful of people who did not receive as most do for various reasons. The ratio is somewhere around two persons out of 100 that Ayahuasca does not work as well as the person expected, but the rest of our guests usually receive it on profound levels; you can see this by the exemplary reviews here in the TripAdvisor forum. In your particular group, there were fourteen guests, and five of you had difficult experiences and congregated together, which I will explain further as your concerns will be dissected and explained in more detail. This work with Ayahuasca and San Pedro Cactus is mainly misunderstood by the layperson walking into the ceremonies. A little background is that a group of shamans establishes Kawsay to help people heal and learn the root cause of the ¨disease¨ and how one can begin to heal themselves. So the information transmitted in the retreat is to give a level of clarity of what this work is all about from a lineage of thousands of years through Don Romulo, who has been trained as a shaman since he was eight years old which he is now 89 years old, his son who is a master shaman, Viviane who is a natural born healer by birth, my two brothers in-laws who also come from a lineage of shamans and healers who heal children and adults from illness and disease as they bring their sick loved ones to their house every day and myself who have learned and trained for a lifetime to help people heal which began through my healing path. So the information transmitted is from all these healers' applied healing knowledge and experience and their connections to the world of spirit. ¨I did the 15-day retreat at this place. The service is good: laundry pretty much anytime, table service by the amazing Kelly, clean (shared) rooms... The activities they offer are very nice e.g. monkey Island is a must, Indian village is fun and selling amazing souvenirs. The place is magical and in good shape. A big thanks to Doriana who is so generous with her time, so supportive and friendly.¨ Thank you for your nice comments here, as we have worked tirelessly for you and everyone else to be safe and comfortable through the healing process with Ayahuasca and San Pedro. ¨My biggest disappointment is that they don't seem to have read the responses to the questionnaire we completed pre-retreat (e.g., why are you coming? What do you fear? Is it your first time? Etc) because none of my answers seemed to count during the retreat.¨ Here your assumptions are inaccurate as three persons review the mandatory questionnaires before the beginning of the retreat. If there are special needs, the shamans are notified beforehand. ¨Except when asking to talk to the organizers, they don't seem to take in consideration your background.¨ Everyone's background is taken into consideration. Everyone's background is vital to help discover the root of the suffering. ¨The group meetings were poor quality, each one of us shared how we experienced the ceremonies but the Shaman shared general comments about Ayahuasca. Those who struggled didn't seem to receive strong guidance apart from "let's see how tomorrow goes" and "Ayahuasca gives you what you need, not what you want," at least in public.¨ During the group meeting, we review what occurred during your ceremonies. Personal revelations, visions, Etc. are usually shared. Each person has the opportunity to share, and a few people do not desire to share. The responses were according to the experience. During your meetings, is probably the first time there was not much sharing hence the lessened feedback. The shamans have specific spiritual knowledge and will not sugarcoat what they see, and at times, it is essential not to share too much that can confuse them. The shamans can see each person's spirit, past, and what is important to share. Usually, the meetings last about three hours with a wealth of information shared and learned. ¨The Shaman didn't look friendly at first, no smile and seemed asleep during group meetings.¨ Don Winisters face looks like that after working for 7 hours into the night and cleaning all who even purge for you during the ceremony. This is quite a lot of difficult work just for you after having two hours of sleep. So a little compassion for the shamans' sacrifice to help everyone is appreciated. ¨I thought it may be cultural differences. They kindly offered me personal treatments to enable more visions though which I really appreciated.¨ The Shamans analyzed why you were having blockages and prepared a special vapor bath with specific plants to help remove your blockage so you could receive what you needed during the ceremony. ¨I explain my poor rating due to the San Pedro ceremony mainly.¨ Most people receive the bulk of their healing during the San Pedro ceremony, as you can read so many other people's reviews of the San Pedro ceremonies. Most say that after doing the San Pedro Cactus ceremony, ¨Ï Cant believe people work with Ayahuasca without doing the San Pedro Cactus ceremony. ¨ this is because of the level of healing they receive. ¨We were told that this ceremony is more social, we could talk to each other and walk.¨ The San Pedro Cactus ceremony begins slowly as the medicine takes almost two hours to start to rise, and it was explained to everyone that during those two hours, there could be social time, and then afterward, it is essential to then sit with yourselves and reflect on why you came for healing and what you need. So, therefore, the San Pedro Cactus ceremony is a healing ceremony, not a social event. ¨William led it and it was one of the most discriminating experiences.¨ There is no discrimination as everyone is special, and the heart is the measure of who we are. ¨When people were "high", he was seating in front of those who struggled the most to try "to heal them." What I heard and observed was shocking.¨ You are referring to the woman who sat next to you who traumatically lost her mother when she was young. The trying to heal you were referring to was my explanation to her about how shamans and many people meet their deceased loved ones. Then I explained the story of my mothers passing and then my experience with Ayahuasca, where I experienced the same as the many reported near death experiences with the tunnel and the white light and my mothers spirit came to me and how she visited a friend of mine and my daughter after her death. So giving our guest comfort that there is a hereafter. ¨I prefer people to be informed if they disagree with this approach too: he explained to them and the group how much God, Jesus Christ is their healer.¨ With reference to God, there are many names for what humans refer to as the source of all life that we come from, and to not directly confuse this with religion because of the conflict that man has caused in the name of religion. In many beliefs and spiritual practices, there are many names. For example, the Inca call our source the Father of Lights, from Islam Allah, Creator, Supreme Being, The Natives of The United States the Great Spirit, Hinduism Krishna, Father Heaven or Tenger Etseg in Siberian shamanism. All shamans KNOW that there is a great creator no matter what branch you learn. They KNOW because they get to experience this personally for themselves. Many who come to KAWSAY get to this realization themselves. So stating that the source of all life is the healer signifies that the shamans do not take credit for the healing, but the powers they embody are a great medicine coming from the source of all f our lives. They then call themselves only an instrument of the Creator to help people heal. By becoming an instrument, one does not own the power, which in turn takes the EGO out of the equation. Regarding Jesus Christ or Yeshua, was explained that he was the Great Teacher of the way to be. The main principle behind this is Love for the SOURCE of all our lives, truly loving ourselves and everyone else the same, removing all self-judgment and judgment of others, and forgiveness of ourselves and others. There were other references to other teachings regarding insatiable behavior and energies and how those energies are the very energies that consume and destroy our lives. ¨Before singing he was saying that we were about to hear God's voice, not his.¨ This is a BLATANT LIE and FALSHOOD. I would never disrespect the sacred by those words. Others in the ceremony read your words and shook their heads, knowing that your words are false. Now regarding the Songs of the Spirit during the San Pedro Ceremony, these songs are not learned; they come automatically from the person becoming the instrument of healing. The resulting evidence of the authenticity of this work is when the one person whose mother passed when she was young was united during the Spiritual song with her deceased mother's spirit, during the Spiritual song. ¨At this point I was so disengaged that I had talk to others in the room. He didn't like it, we were forced to listen and listen about Jesus Christ.¨ Again your disengagement was a choice which is fine, but when you are in a sacred ceremony of healing, and you begin to entertain sexual energy between yourself and other female guests, it would then be my responsibility to keep the ceremony safe for others as well. During the ceremony, you are supposed to be working on yourself as San Pedro Cactus is a sacred medicine not to be profaned by your sexual desires for one or several women in the ceremony. You felt offended by my politely asking you to sit because I had women come to me and express their discomfort and fear of you during the ceremony. Again I did explain the lessons of the Great Teacher of Love which was not religion, but looking at the man and his teachings as well as precise information about the Buddha's teachings came up about the insatiable energy of man and his desires; what Buddhism states is the result after death. ¨He separated people. It felt like it was "his show". I came for a spiritual journey, not for religion or confrontation with someone's ego.¨ We discussed the separation before the ceremony, and when you say separation, you were sitting within two feet of each other. You were distracting to others, and it was quite unsettling for others. Your wanting and desire were getting the best of you during the ceremony which was the desires of the flesh and the EGO. You even told me that the Devil inside of you wanted the candy and snacks in your room during the ceremony. You ate candy at the retreat, which the shamas explained would interfere with your healing process, yet you decided to break the healing diet on your own during what was supposed to be strict for you to receive the healing you needed. The disrespectful attitude towards the sacred medicines and the shamans explains a good reason why things did not open up for you. The EGO is what wants to claim credit for any of the healing. I do not claim any credit for anything in this work—nothing by my will. ¨Two weeks was too long for me as the second week was exactly the same program as the first week so except walking from the room to the living room and the gym, there is not much to do. It's a tree lodge and you aren't allowed to go for a walk on your own.¨ We provide excursions which most places do not. Wanting to be entertained or healed is the question. We provide everything to make your process as comfortable as possible. Other shamans and centers are much stricter. I just spoke to another world-renowned shaman last week, and he states he would only serve rice and water eaten with your hands and no contact with other guests and isolation in your room if you want to heal. So I feel we are pretty fair in balancing the healing with some time to enjoy a little nature, animals, and the culture of the natives. ¨I try not to think that I spent 4000+ dollars on this retreat for such little return on investment but it's important to say that some others seemed having the expected transformation.¨ As you said, the 15-day retreat that you attended cost reflects the service provided; many say they feel they are in a luxury paradise, especially for doing Ayahuasca, and we spare no expense on the best food and everything else. We also usually keep our groups to a maximum of 12 guests unless someone is in special need. But, as you noted, others did have incredible transformation and healing. Thank you again for this opportunity for me to be able to explain a little about this work in a public format. I love you, brother, and I wish that your healing journey continues and that you find what you are searching for. That you genuinely receive what you need. William
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Tim C wrote a review Sep 2022
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What made Kawsay the location of choice, was the amount of excellent reviews. After my trip, I agree wholeheartedly with those reviews. William, Doriana, and the rest of the Kawsay Family were exceptional. They cooked with love, were exceptionally patient, and always willing to help. The location is in the heart of the jungle along the coast of the Amazon, One must understand that you will come in contact with large spiders, cockroaches, and an array of large insects because…you are in the jungle! If your goal is achieve a spiritual revelation with the best intentions, loving environment, and patience, then this is the location for you. I could listen to WIlliam talk for hours: the man has such a soothing voice, a large array of information in regards to the various degrees of depth in the Ayahuasca ceremonies, and a willingness to listen. The ceremonies are intense. Ayahuasca is not something to be taken lightly, and you truly never know what’s you’re going to get. Would i go back? Absolutely. Do I plan to go back? Absolutely. My goal is to return and try the San Pedro! Now that i know what to expect after my first experience at Kawsay, I genuinely look forward to a new adventure in the future.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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The L wrote a review Sep 2022
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If you are struggling, TRULY struggling with life, don't go anywhere else. Come here!! I am not sure if I can do this place justice with my review but I am going to try. If you are looking for a luxury retreat where you are only pampered, are expecting to get only what you want and don't take your healing seriously, then don't come here because you will be disappointed. Please don't misunderstand me. I will never go anywhere else for an Ayahuasca experience but Kawsay. Kawsay is genuine. Be prepared to work very hard, just as everyone at Kawsay works hard for YOU. Be prepared to get everything you need, but not necessarily what you want. I came for 15 days. It was intense. At times it was almost unbearable, the work I had to do with the medicine. But I got everything I needed and the experience truly saved my life. The rewards have FAR exceeded my expectations. Unless there is a great need, Kawsay does not hold ceremonies for more than 10-12 people. If you have ever experienced an Ayahuasca retreat before you can understand and appreciate how special and important this is. William is the founder of Kawsay and is always holding meetings (sometimes with the Shamans too) to check in with the guests, answer questions, offer advice, or just listen to your struggles. He is also a fabulous story teller with countless life experiences he shares openly. Doriana is an amazing assistant that we all look upon with so much admiration. She helps us and is there for us through every ceremony, sits with us while we eat in case we have questions or needs, comes with us on all the outings and is always around if we just want to talk. She will literally stop whatever she is doing to help you if you need it. Most importantly the Shamans, Don Winister and Don Romulo, are very experienced, very wise, and truly beautiful souls. They work TIRELESSLY during the ceremonies late into the night, JUST FOR YOU. All of the other staff on hand for maintenance, cooking, cleaning, boat rides, or any of the other countless tasks that need doing at Kawsay are all so friendly with a great sense of humor and so INCREDIBLY hard working. There doesn't seem to be a thing that they can't accomplish. I love all the people and the experience with all of my heart and can never express enough gratitude. All I can do is come back! Thank you Kawsay! I love you all!!
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Diego R wrote a review Jul 2022
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By not choosing this place you would be making yourself a disservice (then again everyone is drawn to certain places) If you're looking for the best Ayahuasca experience please look no further. This is the best and I would do it again and again in a heart beat. The amazing people at Kawsay really know their stuff and they are super knowledgeable and you will learn a lot from them. On top of that they are kind, humble and loving people who genuinely want to help people and you will feel it. This place is magical. PS. Ayahuasca Cielo is the one you want to take which is the one this place offers and I promise sincerely that you would be amazed by the shamans. They are Ayahuasqueros Curanderos(healers) (there are different types of shamans). -Feel free to shoot a DM on Instagram @ri0s_armando for any questions! (thats a zero on the tag fyi)
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Date of stay: July 2022
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G D wrote a review Jul 2022
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Not a place to go to to trip on drugs in a casual way. This retreat's focus is on healing and connecting to love. Would recommend to anyone looking for an authentic ayahuasca retreat with healing as its focus.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Su ko wrote a review Jul 2022
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This place is deep in the jungle. Yet well appointed with all the amenities we’re accustomed to from a lodging perspective. Very friendly environment. The approach to the sessions are well done, with a lot of thought and respect that goes into the work. It was truly a transformational journey for me. The San Pedro session here was great - a must try if you haven’t! The Ayahuasca sessions - I got a lot from and was really deep for me.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Derek W wrote a review Jul 2022
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If you are looking to do an Ayahuasca retreat for healing purposes, this is the place for you. The entire week is filled with getting your body healthy and your mind healthy. The care and love shown at Kawsay is top tier. From guiding you through the experiences to getting you internet when you need it, the family and staff here are always willing to help. It is quite a journey to get there, but once you make it, you are engaged in an environment to promote healing and growth. Thanks to Will, Doriana, and all the Kawsay staff for an unforgettable experience! Much love -Derek
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Tekais P wrote a review Jul 2022
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I had an amazing experience at Kawsay Ayahuasca Retreat. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity or step into true fulfillment. As soon as I arrived I received a genuine loving heart welcome from William. The entire time I was there the staff/family served with love that was undeniably unconditional. I had much peace, self reflections in a beautiful retreat and special environment of the Amazon. I met wonderful people experiencing ayahuasca for the 1st time as me. We all had a deep connection and became friends. So many unbelievable enriching lessons from the medicine, insights from William and everyone I interacted with, also the nature and culture. Thank you all for the life changing moments.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Andrey wrote a review Jul 2022
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If you ever wonder how deep the rabbit hole goes, then Kawsay Retreat is the place that you are looking for. It’s important to choose good Shaman, Don Ramulo is a true healer that will guide you during your journey. Kawsay is a paradise on Earth, you will be surrounded by great people who will be there if you need them. Good luck
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Which popular attractions are close to Kawsay Ayahuasca Retreat?
Nearby attractions include Garzal de Santa Maria de Fatima (4.6 miles).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a fitness center.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
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Yes, laundry service and a clothes dryer are offered to guests.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.