The Santo Daime is a syncretic Christian religion that was founded in the Brazilian Amazon by Mestre Raimundo Irineu Serra. The Santo Daime incorporates Native (South) American, Brazilian and Espiritismo elements.
Alex Polari de Alverga - Forest of Visions
Santo Daime rituals involve collective singing of hymns, sometimes while engaged in a formalized dance step, other times simply seated in chairs, combined with the consumption of Daime, the name founder Raimundo Irineu Serra, or Mestre Irineu gave to the drink known generically as Ayahuasca. Dai-me means “give me” in Portuguese, as in “daime força, daime amor” (give me strength, give me love), phrases found in several of the doctrine’s hymns.
Viva o Santo Daime!
Harmonia, Amor, Verdade e Justiça