Aaron Rodgers Spent His Final Days As A Green Bay Packer On An Ayahuasca Retreat In Costa Rica

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It’s no secret that Aaron Rodgers tends do things his own way, and his ways are a bit different than the norm.

From admitting to be a big time user of the drug ayahuasca, to getting odd matching tattoos with alleged ex-girlfriend Blu (of Earth), and also going on a four day “isolation retreat” where he sat in complete silence to determine future decisions, such as where his next NFL landing spot will be.

He admitted last month on The Pat McAfee Show that he intends to play for the New York Jets next season, and yesterday, it was officially confirmed.

Needless to say, it’s gonna be weird seeing Rodgers in a different shade of green than what we’ve seen over the past several years as quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.

But speaking of the quarterback’s unique antics, it appears that Rodgers is spending his last moments with the Packers in the best way he knows how…

At a spiritual healing center in Costa Rica.

According to the New York Post, Rodgers and his friend Aubrey Marcus, who is a holistic health philosopher and advocate for psychedelic medicine, put together a group of friends to spend some time at Soltara Healing Center.

Jets quarterback Tim Boyle was in attendance, along with pro golfer Morgan Hoffman and actor Mehcad Brooks.

Matias De Stefano, who hangs out with Rodgers’ alleged ex-girlfriend Blu (of Earth), was there as well.

Brooks wrote in an Instagram post:

“Gravity is the most powerful and ubiquitous force in the universe. Not only did it pull primordial matter together at the beginning of time it is also the reason you can find centering in the great stillness of present awareness. That feeling of “grounding” we feel when we meditate, sit in humility or in breath work is a primordial connection to the most profound and constant force in the universe.

Once you tap into the force of gravity inside of yourself, there is no turning back. There is no forgetting the power of the oldest, most mysterious and creative force in the universe. We are extensions of it and simultaneously the result of it. We are involuntarily standing our ground due to its function and simultaneously wielding it’s power to serve our desires.

Gravity is what pulls us back to the healing, back to the medicine of Ayahuasca. And that’s why we keep willing ourselves back to Soltara Healing Center to gravitate our beings towards the primordial wisdom that is our ancestral birthright.

Thank you Aaron Rodgers12 and Aubrey Marcus for setting this retreat up at the perfect time and in the perfect way. We are here to heal ourselves, we are here to heal our society and relationships, we our here to heal our lineages.”

Soltara Healing Center, which has locations in Costa Rica and Peru, offers ayahuasca retreats that range from $3,125-$12,650 in price.

These ceremonies can include purging, vomiting, and diarrhea while in complete darkness in the jungle.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock