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Healing Ceremony

A beautiful evening of fun, healing & deep relaxation

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The Event

Join Emma and Jenny for a Cacao & Healing Ceremony.

At these ceremonies, we honour the moon cycles & sacred seasonal junctures. This honouring alone helps us to heal by reconnecting with our natural selves, & the cycles of nature which we are part of.

 

In many parts of the world, including Scotland, we have lost touch with nature. This disconnection has lead to feel a sense of loss, to lack meaningful connection & understanding of ourselves, each other & the land. This can cause us to feel lost, to mistrust each other, & creates

dis-ease in body, mind & soul.  

To be in touch means to be "of the land." To be deeply connected to our healthy ancestral roots, natural environment, and to live in harmony with ourselves, each other, the seasons, & natural cycles that life brings.

To awaken & deepen our re-connection, we will have an evening of different healing themes, supported by some or all of the following; according to what is needed at each ceremony:

 

Drinking plant medicines (optional)

IxCacao a non-psychoactive plant medicine ethically sourced from Peru. This plant spirit supports our ability to connect to our hearts- our deepest desires, purpose & pleasure.

Hawthorn (autumn/winter) that we have foraged from the land here- berries which support physical & emotional heart healing & protection.

 

Elevate our emotional state by singing healing songs

Support deeper healing with guided shamanic meditation

 Connect to & let go of tension from our bodies during yoga/dance 

Deeply rest & unwind our nervous system during a live sound healing journey.

There will be time for sharing as a group & also personal self-reflection.

What to bring:

*Yoga mat

*Cushion if you need one for sitting on the floor

- chairs also provided if required for sitting

* Wear warm, soft, layered clothing suitable for yoga & laying down for a long time- socks & a jumper (that don't "rustle" when moving)
 

* Water in a LARGE reusable bottle (not plastic as they can "pop" & be disturbing)

*Cup for ceremonial cacao (if you are having some)

 

* Journal & pen

*Fruit or a snack (non dairy if having cacao)

* Medicine song to share, drum or rattle (optional)

PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to drink ceremonial cacao, please read all the info here before booking. This is for your own safety and for the benefit of the whole group.

We hope you can join us! 

Arusha Gallery

13A Dundas St,

Edinburgh EH3 6QG

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