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Cacao and Drumming Ceremony
Cacao and Drumming Ceremony

Sat, Sep 10


Mystic Sanctuary, Bay St. Louis

Cacao and Drumming Ceremony

This is a Pay what you can event, please make sure to RSVP. We want to make certain that we have enough cacao for everyone

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Time & Location

Sep 10, 2022, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Mystic Sanctuary, Bay St. Louis, 295 US-90 Unit 14, Bay St Louis, MS 39520, USA

About the event

Join us as we come together as like minded souls to enjoy ceremonial grade sacred plant medicine from the cacao plant "raw dark chocolate" as a ceremonial drink, healthy hot chocolate (it works with the Heart Chakra/Love). Sometimes we will have homemade cacao candies.

* We will be holding this ceremony at Mystic Sanctuary, and you will enjoy a sound bath, and meditation along with the cacao and drumming.

We will incorporate drumming, meditation and sound bath therapy. We will  be releasing what no longer servers our higher good and we will be setting new intentions . We will have strawberries and other fruit to nibble on . This ceremony is to help us release what no longer serves our higher good and helps us to intend onto ourselves what we wish to bring in, to serve our highest good.

Cacao ceremonies are approximately 5,000 years old and have been uses in communities all over the world, to serve as a tool for connecting to the energetic space of the heart. A cacao ceremony will often include working with the heart chakra,  which allows the cacao to activate within the heart and body, and create transformation through self love and love of others.

Drumming is an ancient approach that uses rhythm to promote healing and self-expression.  Recent research indicates that drumming may accelerates physical healing, boosts the immune system, produces feelings of well-being, and helps release emotional trauma.

People are encouraged to bring a drum , rattle, tambourine or other instrument but it is not necessary. Mystic Bayou will have only a few instruments available for use.

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