Cacao Ceremony

Join us for a cacao ceremony of universal love while we alight our energies with prosperity, health and gratitude. A spiritual sacred gathering facilitating a heart opening journey into your soul self while alighting with energetic healing, receiving clarity in areas of love, life purpose, amplified intuitive abilities, and general guidance for personal growth.

Every cacao ceremony is a very personal, unique and loving experience allowing each individual to experience cacao in their own special way, but most of all it is a journey of love, joy, and happiness that helps us to overcome ourselves through the eyes of spiritual clarity.

With ceremonial intentions, cacao gives us an opportunity to enter into a space of deep reflection, deep reverence, and acts as a catalyst in gently removing any barriers or thoughts that might stand in the way of us finding ourselves, all while helping us move into full true expression of our soul.

During our ceremony we will work within a sacred space to:

  • Set Ceremonial Intention
  • Open our Heart and Mind with Sacred Cacao
  • Receive Sound Bath Healing & Clearing
  • Participate in Guided Meditation
  • Receive Channeled Messages
  • Have a Joyous day of Connection and Fun

With intention of facilitating a safe, welcoming, and a sacred space for us to connect, feel love, and know our oneness, I hope to have you join this sacred ceremony. May love be with you always.

Prior registration required to attend as the ceremony space is limited.

Much Love 💜  Tanya

The Spirit of Cacao

Cacao spirit energy is motherly, healing, and earthly. The spirit is considered to be a keeper of ancient wisdom and is described as the medicine of the soul and peace. In indigenous cultures, cacao spirit is said to be of feminine energy, holding vibrations of kindness, unconditional love, joy, and loving connections.

  • A Brief History of Cacao

    Cacao (kəˈka.o) is known as the “food of the gods”, and is thought to be first used as a health elixir and ceremonial medicine as far back as 1900 BC by the ancestors of Central America, the Olmec people, before becoming a ritualistic medicine used by the Aztec and Mayan cultures. Cacao signifies both life and fertility, and was ingested by royalty in ceremonial worship and rituals.

  • What is Cacao?

    Cacao bean grows in pods on trees of the Theobroma Cacao Tree species in tropical environments, within 15 to 20 degrees of latitude from the equator in the Amazon Basin. During harvest, the pods are opened, the seeds are then fermented, during which the cacao beans lose their purple hue and become mostly brown in color.

    Ceremonial cacao is specifically produced from native cacao strains which are found growing in the wild, making the natural compounds ideal for ceremonial use.

  • Is Cacao Safe to Consume?

    Cacao is a powerful “super-food” and an excellent antioxidant. When consumed in small ceremonial doses it provides numerous benefits and immune system boosts. Cacao has been known to combats inflammation, help prevent diabetes, lower blood pressure, lower risk of heart disease, and protect skin and nerves from damage.

  • What Should I Do to Prepare?

    Prepare for a lovely afternoon of relaxation and peace. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket if you like. Take note of the food and coffee suggestions below before you attend.

    Food - For ceremonial purposes, cacao works best on an empty stomach. I would recommend not eating for at least four hours before the ceremony, or have very little food. It's not a big deal if you do eat, however food lessens the effect of the cacao and causes it to work slower.

    Coffee - Cacao does not play well with caffeine. For some people, combining cacao with coffee causes increased heart rate and can bring on a headache. It is recommended that you wait at least two hours after caffeine before having 10g of cacao and four hours after caffeine before having more.

    Antidepressants – It is not recommended to use ceremonial cacao when taking antidepressants. Cacao is contraindicated with anti-depressants, especially MAOIs and some SSRIs.

    Heart Conditions – If you have a serious heart condition and already take precautionary actions when exercising, cacao may not be recommended as it increases heart rate.

    Sleep – Cacao is a stimulant and might affect your sleep if taken late in the day. To avoid having disrupted sleep patterns, I recommend to consume less cacao during the ceremony.

  • What Can You Expect?

    Even thought cacao is considered a stimulant, it has very mild effects. Theobromine provides a stimulating effect on blood flow and the heart, allowing you to become more grounded in your energy. It has amazing properties of opening your heart space and boosting your mood into happiness and tranquility, allowing for a deeper focus and clear meditative space.

Ready to join? Please register to attend.