Cacao Ceremony: An Ancestral Mayan Tradition

Cacao was cultivated by Mayas more than 2,500 years ago and it was called “Ku-Ku”. Ku in Mayan Language means Sacred and Ku-Ku “above sacred”. Aztecs learned from Mayas how to cultivate and prepare it, they called Cacao “Cacahuatl” and the bitter drink that they obtained from his fruits “Xocolatl”. This drink was consumed just by Emperor and Nobility and is called Kakaw in Mayan Language that means “Drink of the Gods”.

We prepare Cacao through a Special Ancestral Mayan Recipe.

Our Ceremonies

During Ceremony, we will explain how natural Cacao is disappearing leaving space to industrial Cocoa, that most of the time is the only kind of Cacao that people know. Kakaw prepared with this Ancestral Mayan Recepy is a Medicine for us.

Medicinal Cacao is useful for many things but first of all to avoid Depression and Sadness – when you drink Kakao you will be happy and thankful for Life.

“Earth is my body, Water my blood, Air is my breath, Fire my spirit”

It is very important to set an intention to work on during the Ceremony, Cacao will help us reach our feelings and emotions easily, as it will increase our connection between Heart and Mind (it stimulates the Thymus gland, on top of our Heart, and the Pituitary and Pineal gland in our brain.) It will make easier to feel, think and express the same, in order to better understand our emotions and create easily the reality that we want.

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