Guided by an ancient prophecy, some 25 years ago the Q'ero, the living descendants of the Incas, came down from the Andean mountains. There they had lived for almost 500 years, secluded from the world. All these centuries they have guarded the traditional Incan shamanistic ways of the paqo, the priest healer. Their preserved knowledge and pure wisdom now comes available from the source itself. In 2011 paqos from Peru started their very own training in Center Serena in The Netherlands, which was extended into Sweden, Germany and Peru. Their apprentices learn the authentic way of becoming a paqo, called a Pampamesayoq. Part 4 is the closing part of this series. The focus during the last sessions of the training in Center Serena is the mesa, the medicine bundle. Every of the thirteen stones that make up the mesa is extensively being explained and explored. The exercises give practical insight in how to use them for cleansing and healing. To contact the Q'ero shamans and for more information see the website of Serena, www.incashamanism.com, or meet them on Facebook, page name Serena Anchanchu.