Healing Sound Ceremonies

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In ceremony, we enter an intentional container with others, choosing to be authentic, vulnerable, non-judgmental, compassionate, which allows peace to enter the space.

We are choosing to enter a space that has been dedicated to healing, release, self-discovery, understanding, and magick.

We are get to witness ourselves and others through the eyes of Spirit/God/Universe or anything that resonates for you.

We are surrendering to the unknown, dancing within the familiar, experienced through connection, emotionality, sound healing, Mama Gaia, Source and plant guides.

These powerful ceremonies are intuitively channeled, intentional and take place at the outdoor or indoor healing space in southern Utah, guided by CheyAnne.

Plant medicine is working with essential oils, plants, herbs, and flower essences.

It is not necessary to altar our reality to tap into the healing benefits of plant medicine. There are simple, subtle, and yet profound ways to tune deeper into the healing powers of natures medicine.

Plants have a very deep emotional intelligence system. They are just as aware and conscious as we are. When working with any kind of plant tune into the energy – the plant spirits and ask how much you need and how often. Listen to what you are guided how you should use it.

When working with Cacao in ceremony, it is helpful medicine for getting clarity, setting intentions, and doing healing work & inner-processing.

Being in a sacred space helps you get out of your normal frame of mind, allowing you to experience new insights & perspectives. The intention of the ceremony is where the transformation is.

These ceremonial spaces can be wonderful places to connect with people in a safe, open-hearted environment. Sharing cacao brings us into the same energetic frequency. This often results in deeper more intimate connection with ourselves and each other. When multiple people share cacao together, we have a shared experience of mood elevation, increased vitality, enhanced intuition and empathy, and a more open, present heart.

Cacao increases the energetic field of our hearts, and when we join together, the field is amplified and woven together with multiple hearts in the room.

We each carry unique medicine and messages for each other, and even if you are in a ceremony with strangers, they may share something about their personal experience that provides more clarity or inspiration for where you are in your life. When a group all drinks cacao together, they are shifting their energy into the same frequency or vibration.
The Shamanic Snuff
Rapé (pronounced “ha-pay”) is a powerful plant medicine that comes from the Amazon basin, and has been prepared and served by Shamans and Medicine People for thousands of years. Served through a bone, bamboo, or wooden pipe (a Tepi for serving others, and a Kuripe for serving oneself), Rapé is blown up the nose, into each nostril; it is known as a shamanic snuff. This is a type of energy work done with the transfer of healing or life force energy through the breath – a beautiful ceremonial practice.

A grounding energy, Rapé brings us into our center, to the present moment, and aids our physical, mental, emotional, and etheric bodies in realigning. Rapé clears our energetic field, releases stagnated, dense, and unwanted energies, decongests our airways, unblocks trapped emotions, treats physical dis-ease, and is also known to decalcify the pineal gland, and the function of the immune system.

The main ingredient used in making Rapé is tobacco – specifically Nicotiana Rustica, also called Mapacho, or Arapiraca tobacco. Tobacco is used in Shamanic ceremonies, rituals, and arts, as a teacher, protector, and healer. Unlike the Western use of tobacco in cigarettes that feed addictions.

This finely-ground tobacco is mixed with many combinations of the ashes of different sacred and medicinal trees to produce a myriad of effects. There are several different types of Rapé using varying tree ashes, shrubs, leaves, and flowers, all blended with unique intentions for use. This medicine is utilized for a plethora of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual ailments, blockages, and purposes, and it is served both by itself, and in conjunction with other plant medicines.

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