Cacao Ceremony Medellin
Benefits of Cacao Ceremony Medellin
Open yourself to a transformative journey through the heart-opening experience of a cacao ceremony in the vibrant city of Medellin.
Preparing for Your Cacao Ceremony
Mental and Emotional Preparation:
Come to the ceremony with an open heart and mind. It can be helpful to set an intention for your cacao journey. Whether you're seeking clarity, healing, connection, or simply an open space for self-discovery, setting an intention can guide your experience. However, also maintain a sense of surrender and openness to the unfolding experience, allowing the cacao to guide you in ways you may not have anticipated.
Avoid eating a heavy meal at least 3 hours prior to the ceremony to allow your body to fully absorb the cacao. Drinking plenty of water before and after the ceremony helps with hydration. Dress comfortably to aid relaxation and ease during the ceremony.
If you have a spiritual or mindfulness practice, engage in it on the day of the ceremony. This could include meditation, yoga, or a nature walk. Such practices can help ground you and enhance the spiritual connection during the cacao ceremony.
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Meet Maria, your Cacao Ceremony Guide
Step into the transformative world of cacao ceremonies with Maria, a passionate and experienced facilitator who combines the heart-centered medicine of cacao with a powerful fusion of breathwork and movement meditation. Maria's journey began with the exploration of breath and its integral role in unlocking our bodies' expressive freedom, leading her to find joy, pleasure, and liberation in mindful movement.
Trained directly under the founder Donna Carroll, Maria is also a skilled Ecstatic Dance facilitator, seamlessly weaving the principles of this liberating practice into her cacao ceremonies. Her holistic approach fosters an environment of openness and connectivity, inviting participants to reconnect with their innate body wisdom through dance and movement.
In recent years, Maria has embraced the sacred medicine of cacao, incorporating it into her practices. Cacao, known as the medicine of the heart, deepens the connection to our heart center, the place from where we can access our deepest truths and innate wisdom. This heart connection enables us to rekindle trust, love, and joy, empowering us to author a new chapter in our lives – one characterized by deep connection, trust, and boundless love.
Join Maria on this heart-opening journey, and awaken the profound connection that lies within you.
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What is a Cacao Ceremony
A cacao ceremony is an ancient practice designed to open the heart and stimulate a sense of wellbeing. Participants gather to drink ceremonial cacao – a rich, raw chocolate drink, before engaging in meditation and other community activities. It's a space to connect, learn, and grow.
The Symphony of Cacao and Sound Healing
A unique element of our cacao ceremonies in Medellin is the harmonious incorporation of sound healing. Maria, leveraging her profound understanding of both cacao ceremonies and sound healing, guides participants through a deeply therapeutic and transformative experience. As the heart-warming cacao works its magic within you, the resonating sounds from Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, and other healing instruments fill the space, creating a symphony of vibrations that interact with your body at a cellular level.
This combination of cacao and sound healing offers an immersive journey into self-awareness and spiritual connection. The cacao helps open the heart and promote a sense of wellbeing, while the sound healing vibrations work to balance energies, stimulate healing, and deepen your meditative state. It's a harmonious dance of two ancient healing modalities that promote a sense of peace, unity, and inner transformation.
To learn more about our unique approach to cacao and sound healing, visit our Page for Sound Healing Medellin
How Cacao relates to Ayahuasca
Though both cacao and ayahuasca have their roots in ancient indigenous ceremonies, the two experiences differ significantly. While ayahuasca can often lead to intense and profound visions, cacao provides a gentler journey. Its effects are subtler and more heart-centered, offering an experience of connection and warmth lasting around two hours.
If you want to go on a journey with Ayahuasca visit the subsection of our website: Ayahuasca Medellin
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Questions about Cacao Ceremony Medellin
Frequently asked questions
Dress comfortably and bring a water bottle. You may also want to bring a yoga mat, cushion or blanket for your comfort during the ceremony.
Yes, cacao ceremonies are generally considered safe. However, as with any spiritual or health practice, it's always recommended to listen to your body and respect your personal boundaries.
This depends on personal preference and availability. Some people choose to partake regularly, for example monthly, while others may attend on special occasions or as needed for spiritual growth.
The effects of cacao can be subtle and vary from person to person. Some participants may feel the effects shortly after consumption, while others may experience them more gradually during the ceremony.