Saturday 25th February, 2017
Investment: £40, 2-5pm (please arrive by 1.45pm).
Where: Forest Hill Quaker Meeting House, 34 Sunderland Rd, SE23 2QA
Please join me for a Shamanic Cacao Ceremony, as featured in Balance Magazine here.
Cacao is a special plant medicine for these times of great transition that powerfully opens the heart and connects you to your Heart & Soul’s wisdom.
If you feel a little lost, in need of some guidance in any area of your life, or want to gently release emotional blocks or stress, or let go of the past ..then please join me.
We will start with a few simple Kundalin Yoga movements and breaths to allow you to relax more deeply and open the heart chakra, then we will move into setting intentions which will be a significant aspect of the ceremony (please give some thought to this before coming), drinking a ceremonial grade and dose of cacao (dissolved in hot water), then lying down for a guided visualisation with sacred drumming.
We will use the finest ceremonial grade Cacao from a sustainable, fair trade source in Peru.
- yoga mat/sheepskin/camp mat (thicker the better) ( extra cushions are also good, or even a thin inflatable camp/thermorest type mat)
- warm blanket
- eye cover/scarf
- notebook/pen for any journalling
- any crystals or tools you like to connect with whilst journeyingand wear loose comfy clothing ❤️
We recommend not eating or drink coffee for at least two hours before the ceremony. This is so that the cacao can be quickly and easily absorbed enabling you to go deeper into your journey. AND please drink plenty of water before and after the ceremony to reduce the dehydrating effects of cacao.
Cautions: Our Cacao is prepared especially for ceremony and comes from the Ashaninka tribes of Peru . It is safe to drink however please make us aware if any of the following apply to you:
- If you are taking anti depressants or any other medication
- If you have a heart condition as cacao increases the blood flow to the brain and heart by at least 40%
- If you are pregnant as we will give you a smaller dose
(Photo Credit & Thanks to: Sadiye Dreameca)