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'Olokoy Beach Park

Sacred Cacao Healing Circle

A Fundraiser Event to support the indigenous cacao gatekeepers, specifically the Yocot'an peoples of Tabasco, Mexico, in their noble efforts.

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Sacred Cacao Healing Circle
Sacred Cacao Healing Circle

Time & Location

Date and time is TBD

'Olokoy Beach Park, 1601 Harbor Blvd, Oxnard, CA 93035, USA

About the event

Join us in this special event of rhythm and unity at our special fundraiser event, hosted by the Drumming Circle Sisters in Ventura County. Join us as we come together to support the indigenous cacao gatekeepers, specifically the Yocot'an peoples of Tabasco, Mexico, in their noble efforts.

All proceeds from this event will be donated towards empowering the Yocot'an indigenous peoples and their sacred cacao project. Let's make a difference and show our solidarity with these guardians of ancient traditions. Together, we can make a meaningful impact!

What to expect?

  • Medicine of Cacao: Heart-opening drink from Ruk'u'x Ulew. A 100% Mayan owned, all indigenous women's collective producing artisanal Guatemalan grown ceremonial Cacao.
  • Drumming Circle and Medicine Songs: Group percussion music for deeper connection.
  • Smudging: Burning herbs for cleansing energy.
  • Setting Intentions: Focus on personal goals and visions.
  • Community & Connection: Shared experience fosters unity and support.
  • Healing & Transformation: Stress release, insights, and self-connection.
  • Integration & Reflection: Post-circle sharing and processing for personal growth. (Optional)

Note: Cacao is NOT considered to be psychoactive in the same way as substances like psychedelics or hallucinogens.

In the context of a "ceremonial" setting, cacao is often used for its heart-opening properties. Participants in cacao circles typically experience a sense of relaxation, emotional connection, and heightened awareness.

Here are some tips on how to dress and what to bring:

  • Wear loose, breathable clothing that allows you to move freely and comfortably.
  • Opt for layers so you can adjust your clothing based on the temperature.
  • Consider wearing socks or comfortable slippers that are easy to slip off if you prefer to be barefoot during the circle.
  • Choose footwear that you can easily take on and off.
  • Bring a cozy blanket to wrap yourself for comfort.
  • Consider bringing a cushion or pillow to sit on or to support your back during the circle.
  • Water bottle
  • Journal and Pen
  • Bring your personal items that help you feel grounded and comfortable, such as crystals, essential oils, or a special talisman.

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