For the Love and Connection that Pure Chocolate Brings
Raising Vibration to Unify Nature, Heart and Soul
An Indigenous myth tells us whenever the balance between humans and nature becomes threatened, cacao comes from the rain-forest to open people’s hearts and return the planet to harmony. The gentle energy within the manifested form of cacao has been called “The Food for the Shift.” This shift is from fear to trust. Through its many effects such as both energising and releasing endorphins simultaneously, we are awake, alive and open-hearted.
Join Meta as she brings her wealth of knowledge to us through this sacred ceremony using special ceremonial cacao that Keith The Chocolate Shaman has sourced through intuition from the Pacific slopes of Guatemala. Meta was very fortunate to live in San Marcos la Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala for two months, to attend numerous ceremonies on Keith’s “porch” overlooking the lake, and be part of the team who helped pack the cacao for worldwide distribution.
During this event we embrace the path of Martin Prechtel, Mayan Shaman of Santiago Atitlan. In his book ‘Secrets of the Talking Jaguar’ he presents a culture that unifies nature, heart and soul. We will practice some of his experiences in our own way, in our own country, in the Perth Hills at The Sound Temple supported by the surrounding Jarrah Forest.
During the afternoon we will explore:
Meta B. Doherty is an IYTA (Australia) Yoga Teacher, Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant and author of two books on Ayurveda, Sattwa Café cookbook and Ayurveda Forever Wellbeing, A Treasury of Holistic Recommendations.
Meta is part of our team at The Sound Temple facilitating Ayurveda Day Retreats and sharing her gifts in other featured events.
Start: 1:00 pm, arrive from 12:45pm
Finish: 4:30 pm
Location: 30kms east of Perth CBD in the Hills WA (details on booking)
Included: Warming cups of ceremonial cacao will be served, spiced with cinnamon and chilli. Sugar will be an optional addition.
Preparation for your journey: Please do not consume alcohol beginning the night before and please do not consume any caffeine in the morning of the day of the ceremony (no coffee, black or green tea, etc) Please arrive hungry! Cacao is filling and assimilates best from an empty stomach.
To Bring: Please wear loose layered comfortable clothing suitable for lying and sitting down inside and for being outside as well. Wear easy to remove shoes for entrance into our sacred spaces. We also suggest bringing your water bottle to rehydrate.
** This is a ticketed event, no door sales available