The cacao ceremony is perfect for all those who wish to accelerate and activate their evolution, release what no longer serves them, activate the stagnant and heal it, increase the vibrational energy and for all people who wish to stimulate the heart to heal it and expand it in loving vibration.

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Cacao Ceremony, heaven and earth in the heart by Cynthia Sánchez

We will open the sacred space to accompany the celebration to life, we will prepare to receive the energy and the inner warmth that brings us the cocoa and the corn, within our own temple.

We will be a bridge between cultures, we will honor the seeds so that the harvested fruits give us food for the body, mind and spirit.

We will share songs, music, vibration and let our soul express itself and expand with the vibration of love.
 

Cynthia Sánchez Sosa 

Connected to her inner being and nature, social developer, spiritual guide, holistic therapist, facilitator of healing wheels in feminine and masculine consciousness, facilitator of cacao ceremonies, meditation, tantra yoga, producer of holistic cultural events.

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The cacao ceremony is perfect for all those who wish to accelerate and activate their evolution, release what no longer serves them, activate the stagnant and heal it, increase the vibrational energy and for all people who wish to stimulate the heart to heal it and expand it in loving vibration.

The cacao is food of God

Cacao was already cultivated by the Mayan's more than 2,500 years ago. The name "cacao" derives from the Nahuatl word 'cacahoatl' or 'cacahuatl', meaning "bitter juice", and "chocolate", in turn, from the Mayan word chocol, that is, "hot" and "water", respectively.

In the eighteenth century, the naturalist Carolus Linnaeus, based on the beliefs of the Mayans and Aztecs, named the cacao tree with the scientific name of Theobroma Cacao, its meaning in Latin is "food of the gods." This tree is a symbol of abundance, governability and ancestry (race, caste) and serves as a metaphorical conduit through which the souls of humans and gods travel through earth, heaven and hell.

The fruit of the cacao tree is a large berry, called "ear", fleshy, ovate, yellow or purple, 15 to 30 centimeters long and 7 to 10 thick, pointed and with a kind of channels along its entire length; each ear usually contains between thirty and forty seeds embedded in the pulp. Such seeds are large, the size of an almond and bitter taste, and covered by a mucilaginous pulp white and sweet taste and acidulated. They are commonly called "beans" or "grains" of cacao.

The Aztecs learned from the Maya how to grow and use cocoa. It was appreciated as a restorative to give strength and awaken the sexual appetite, treat fatigue, increase weight to the undernourished, stimulate the nervous system in exhausted and weak, improve digestion and stimulate the kidneys.

They were also used as currency, in fact, Hernán Cortés paid his soldiers with cacao and in the Aztec Empire, Moctezuma received part of his tribute in cacao berries.

According to Mayan grandparents, cacao was one of the most powerful deities in his cosmology.