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Cacao Ceremony

We invite the community to join us in a ceremonial event bringing us back into balance and create flow in our lives.

LEARN HOW TO MAKE A CEREMONIAL ALTAR
LEARN HOW TO MAKE CEREMONIAL CACAO
CONNECT WITH A FRIEND FOR THE CEREMONY

Together we can clear obstacles and move intentionally into springtime.

Ceremony Date:
Saturday ?????, 2021

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INVITE A FRIEND … PLAN AHEAD

April ?? – ANNOUNCEMENT
April ?? – HOW TO MAKE AN ALTER
April ?? – CEREMONY

ORDER YOUR CACAO TODAY


Introducing your hosts Araceli Santos Bieber and Arrin!

Araceli Santos Bieber is a lead instructor and coach at MarinYoga. Her passion for >>>>>>>>>>>>>>.

Arrin is a lead instructor and coach at MarinYoga. Her passion for >>>>>>>>>>>>>>.


Keith’s Cacao bring forth your personal brand of magic!

100% Pure Ceremonial Grade Cacao makes every endeavor better! Cacao is a powerful superfood that offers a boost of energy without the crash of modern stimulating beverages creating a gentle state of euphoria that makes everything seem brighter and more fun.

This powerful superfood, plant medicine has many benefits and uses, some of these include:

  • Consciousness & Spirituality
  • Workplace Productivity
  • Creativity and Art
  • Athletics and Physical Training
  • Healthy Living

Ceremonial Cacao Recipe

Water
Spring or Filtered
Cacao
Organic Guatemalan Cacao Paste (block), ground paste or Nibs
Chile
Coban or Cayenne
Sweetener
Organic coconut sugar or natural sweetener
(optional, cacao can be delightfully bitter to some)
Spices
Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cardamom, pinch of sea salt, Vanilla Extract
(optional, make to your liking)

Start with 10oz. water and 1oz. Cacao, per person. Use more water and less cacao if you prefer to have a lighter experience or are very sensitive, pregnant, or on anti-depressants. Feel free to make it to your preference or as plain as you’d like. As you are more experienced with it, you can try 1.5 oz. cacao.

Use a knife to cut the cacao block or shave off into powder. Heat the water in a pot and add the chili. Add the cacao and turn the heat on low. Refrain from boiling once the cacao is added. The cacao will begin to soften and mix with the water. Add the optional sweetener and the spices in small amounts. Let cook on low heat for about 10 minutes, longer is fine. Add a dash of vanilla extract and pinch of sea salt if desired before serving. You can put in a blender or vitamix to make it smooth and well mixed. 

To hold a personal ceremony, create a quiet, sacred space for yourself. Incorporate meditation, breath work, yoga, singing, listening to or playing music, dancing, journaling. Allow for deep introspection, emotions to unravel and new ideas to come. Let your heart open and your creativity flow. Going for a hike or cleaning your house can also be great times to drink cacao, it is energizing and stimulating.

Drink and savor slowly. Be sure to drink water during as needed and especially afterwards to avoid headaches and nausea. 

Store unused cacao in a container and be sure to keep it far away from pets, especially dogs. This type of pure cacao can be fatal to our furry friends if eaten. Cacao nibs (crushed beans) are delicious in smoothies, crumbled over granola or oats, ice cream, yogurt and much more. There are many culinary uses for cacao as well. Be creative and enjoy!