Next Cacao Ceremony

Sunday, 26th September: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Idogohaus Stuttgart Süd // 25 Euro

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Cacao Ceremonies

Let food be your medicine 

 
Cacao, the drink of the gods  
 

Cacao, the plant of the gods, has been used for thousands of years in ceremonies rooted in ancient Mesoamerican culture and mythology. The medicine of the soul was used as an offering or in religious rituals. At that time, cacao was consumed exclusively in liquid form. The word chocolate means "bitter water" and is based on the Aztec word "Xocatl". According to a Colombian tradition, cacao is the plant created by the gods to create or maintain a harmony between humans and nature.  

The gold of the Incas 
With over 300 ingredients, cacao, which was once considered as a payment, is one of the most complex foods that science knows. The plant is deeply nourishing and detoxifying. Known as the gold of the Incas, Cacao is full of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and neurotransmitters. The contained theobromine is a medical miracle and means translated „The food of the gods“. It has a vasodilator effect, is heart-stimulating and muscle-relaxing. By releasing dopamine and serotonin, one can truly find the bliss of a cocoa rush.

 Dive into a magical world of pure bliss.                         

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The Ceremony

Every Ceremony is a journey into your heart guided by the cacao spirit. You are invited to dive into a magical word, away from the hustle of the city. Together we drink raw cacao, which is the purest and most valuable form of cacao.

 

In addition to physical effects, cacao is a "teacher plant" that shares knowledge with you. The sacred medicine supports you exactly where you´re at in life and opens the door to topics that concerns you.

 

Guided meditations, breathing exercises, movements, readings and sounds offer a wonderful setting in which you can feel safe and supported. With experience in  guidance, I´m not striving for a strict sequence but rather leading intuitively. The journey becomes unique and can then be reflected and shared together.