Wed, Sep 30 | Pacific Beach

Cacao Ceremony

Open your heart to divine, infinite love through this sacred ceremony which connects us to our soul’s highest intention.
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Cacao Ceremony

Time & Location

Sep 30, 2020, 6:45 PM
Pacific Beach, 4647 Pico St., unit 200, San Diego, CA 92109, USA

About the Event

Discovered by the Olmecs in 1500 B.C. and a staple in Mayan and Aztec cultures for ceremonies of importance, cacao was considered a sacred, elite, and ritualistic plant. Aztec mythology states God created man from maize and cacao among other plants brought from the “Mountains of Sustenance.” In addition to ceremonial practices, cacao has been used medicinally to alleviate fever, fatigue, improve digestion, and stimulate the nervous system to improve mood and virility.

Today, cacao is consumed in ceremony for rejuvenation, energetic clearing, and self-discovery. Open your heart to divine, infinite love through this sacred ceremony which connects us to our soul’s highest intention.

NOTE: Event will be limited to 10 or less for health safety. To reserve your spot, first RSVP here, then venmo @sheldan-chitwood your $13 donation, we will then contact you to confirm your spot is reserved.

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