In home sacred Cacao ceremony

$50 per person. please book consult if interested.

  • 2 hours
  • $50 per person
  • 1254 West Chester Pike|ONLINE

Service Description

This Cacao, from the Amazon region of Ecuador is a national treasure. The Kichwa tribe in this area has been harvesting the oldest strain of unadulterated cacao in the world. Awake Healer collaborates with a small group of families within the tribe to procure the cacao. They have been caring for these trees the same way their forefathers have for hundreds of years. Awake Healer is dedicated to assisting them in continuing their organic, sustainable, and profitable harvest. It is naturally perfect. Flavors- Many ceremonial practitioners of Cacao choose to add many natural ingredients when preparing their Cacao. Understanding that it can sometimes be problematic carrying many ingredients, we have experimented with many ingredients, and have found doTERRA essential oils to be easy, and flavorful to use when preparing the cacao. We believe that you will agree!!! It is amazing how such pure, simple ingredients can make such a difference!! The Cinnamon Bark flavor also contains Chile Guajillo...and needs to be tasted to be appreciated!! The History of Sacred Cacao The cacao tree, which is native to the Amazon Basin, was first believed to have been cultivated and used by the Mayo-Chinchipe people as far back as 3300BC. However, it is the Olmecs (1500BC) that are recognised as being the first civilisation to both cultivate and ‘domesticate’ the fruit. Alongside the Aztec and Mayan empires, the cacao plant not only shaped the way that these empires conducted themselves on a day-to-day basis, but also established deep roots in the very beliefs that they upheld. Originating from the Mayan words Ka’kau, cacao was an intrinsic part of ancient Mayan and Aztec life, not just as a beverage or food, but as a pillar of their economies and an integral part of their religions, appearing in numerous spiritual ceremonies, including death rites and sacrifices. They cultivated the fruit for multiple purposes, even using the cocoa beans as a form of currency. What is known about the early use of cacao is that it was considered to be sacred and revered by both the Mayan and Aztec people. It was a staple feature in their rituals: used to celebrate new births; required in marriage ceremonies due to its link to fertility (Cacaomama); and even offered up in sacrificial ceremonies to encourage the departed spirits onto the next stage of their journeys. Consumed primarily in the form of a frothed drink, it was a prized possession and available only to the elite - for it was godly

Cancellation Policy

Due to long appointment times and waitlists, 24 hours notice is preferred for cancelations. 6 Hours is mandatory. Cancellations and no-shows under 6 hours will be charged a Cancelation fee of $50 to &65 Or half of the service price. You will be invoiced and must pay that before your next visit. Thank you for understanding how hard it is to fill a 2-hour time slot in some cases, with no notice, and how badly that would affect the business. xo

Contact Details

  • 2 of Hearts Healing Center, West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA, USA

    (267) 300-2538

  • Havertown, PA, USA

    (267) 300-2538