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Sold Out: Christmas Cacao Ceremony & Kirtan Collaboration.

Join us in this candlelit space for an evening of winter warming Cacao, Singing, Sound and Expression. 

Through coming together in Ceremony we honour the practice of gathering, connecting, & sharing. 

Weaving Kirtan, Mantra and Medicine Songs from different traditions, we explore the heart of sound, meditation and free expression. 

We are so blessed to have the amazing Regina Rhythm as a special guest who will be sharing some of her heart songs and drumming with us all. 

We will also be inviting you to participate and share your songs, stories & sound during this event if you feel called! 

Feel free to bring instruments! 

Location: UnMind Space, Hackney (full address on booking) 

See you Soon! 

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Bringing our intentions into fruition with a heart opening Cacao Ceremony, mantra and crystal bowl healing, as we work with the alchemy of sound and stillness to drop into a deep state of receiving. 

 Literally translated as ‘Food of the Gods’, Cacao is one of the most nutritionally dense super foods and provides many medicinal benefits. 
It stimulates the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and anandamide (also known as the bliss chemical) leading to feelings of euphoria. Since the ancient civilizations of the Mayans and Aztecs, cacao has been used in rituals and ceremonies as a tool for journeying deep inside of the self, allowing spirit to move through and guide us.

The practice of Kirtan stems from Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of love and devotion. It has been said that Bhakti Yoga gives us an opportunity to channel our emotional experiences into a love affair with life itself. There is absolutely no singing experience required…you are welcome to relax and receive, or to join us in opening your voice to share this beautiful mantra and medicine music. 

‘Kirtan allows us to enter into a mystery world-a world where all the logic of our minds, all the conditioning and learning are left outside. And in this mystery we create a temple inside of our hearts, a place of refuge, a place of love, a place of just being.' Jai Uttal