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Cacao Ceremony

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Cacao can be used as a tool to activate the heart (the 4th Chakra; Anahata). It has been used by various indigenous cultures in Central and South America for centuries, and has recently gained popularity in spiritual and wellness communities in the form of cacao ceremonies. The cacao ceremony is a spiritual practice that involves the consumption of ceremonial-grade cacao (known as “criollo” variety of cacao) in a ritualized setting. The goal of the ceremony is to use cacao as a tool to invoke, open and activate the heart, our inner guide, by meditating, performing breathing exercises, chanting, and singing. As a result, we experience a deep connection with our inner selves, and cultivate a sense of community. As the native Americans, many cultures around the world saw the importance of using the heart as a guide to love and enlightenment. In Sufi tradition, "tariqa al-qalb" or the "path of the heart"  is viewed as a journey towards spiritual purification and enlightenment. It represents  the heart's innate wisdom and connection to the divine. This involves cultivating a deep connection with one's inner self and the universe, and developing qualities such as love, compassion, and devotion. In Buddhism, the "Bodhisattva path” is a path of spiritual practice and realization in which one seeks to awaken the heart of compassion within oneself and to alleviate the suffering of all sentient beings.

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