Cacao Ceremony: 

Deep Trauma

22nd July 2018 - London, Elephant & Castle

 

 

When we go through deep trauma, the trauma can stay in our energy fields for many years, even once we have emotionally and mentally healed from the experience.

This unique Cacao ceremony is designed to help heal the vibrations of any deep trauma you have experienced. In a very gentle and loving way, Cacao will release the trauma around the heart and in your energy field so that you can let go of the past and move forward more empowered and liberated.

 
 

 
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The Details:

Where? 

The Artworks Elephant, Elephant Road, Elephant & Castle, London, SE17 1AY

When? 

1.30 - 6pm

We have a 1.30pm start time. This is a ceremony and a sacred space - people arriving late can be very disruptive to the flow. Please be mindful of this :)

How much? 

Tickets: £55 per person (Early Bird if booked by 1st July)

£65 if booked on or after 2nd July

Don't forget to bring with you:

  • a yoga mat, pillow & blanket, or something comfortable to lie on.
  • your own special cup/mug to drink cacao out of.
  • we also suggest bringing a journal & pen for recording your experience.
  • set your intention and what you would like to manifest, release and bring into your life
 Photography Credit: Li Yang

Photography Credit: Li Yang

 

A Cacao Ceremony gives us time for ourselves in a hectic and stressful world. It is the perfect space to switch off the outside chaos and journey into the silence, so that we can become clearer of who we are, where we are going, and the opportunities available to us.

Cacao (raw chocolate) is a powerful plant medicine that has been used ceremonially for thousands of years across Central and South America. The people of ancient Mesoamerica attributed a sacred status to Cacao and would drink ceremonially to commune with their gods. 

We use 100% ceremonial grade cacao, from the Ashaninka Tribe. Our cacao is raw, oragnic & non-GMO.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Tickets are not refundable, but are transferable to another person for the same ceremony if you cannot make it.