~ Cultivating Sweetness ~
Shamanic Rites, Cacao, & Music Medicine
Date: Saturday, February 17 ~ 5:45pm - 10:00pm
Location: Port Moody, BC
As we move through this time of Imbolc, the Celtic festival of Hope, it’s essential that our visions for manifestation are infused with sweetness to allow our hearts and paths to open.
Our evening will begin with the sharing of ceremonial Cacao medicine to nurture our guided journey and Flower Water Ceremony. Angela will then be passing on the Sacred Rites of Sweetness and Brighid's Flame to support your Sovereignty Seed (Light of your Soul) and elevate your vibration. Our sacred soundscape of crystal pyramids, singing bowls, frame and steel tongue drums, percussion, and medicine songs creates a refined and safe space to open our hearts and the doorways to spiritual connection! This unique experience is a beautiful way to heal and attune to the vibration of Love, bring compassion to what needs our attention, and open our hearts and vision to our higher self.
@ Kushala Yoga - 130 Brew St, Pt Moody
(Parking in underground carpark)
Arrive between 5:30-5:45pm to settle in
Please dress in comfortable layers and bring:
A water bottle, you will need to drink water
Your favorite cup for warm Cacao elixir (1.5cups)
A small glass jar with lid
A new candle with holder
Journal and pen
Blanket and cushions for comfort
Medicine Hearth or Mesa (if you have)
*Cacao is most supportive on an empty stomach. Have a nourishing meal earlier in the day, and then a very small snack about an hour before our gathering.
*PLEASE NOTE - from the evening before our circle: no dairy and refrain from ingesting altering substances such as caffeine, alcohol, marijuana, recreational drugs, etc.
Pre-registration and pre-payment is required as this is a popular event.
Early Bird Special paid by Feb.7 $50 or
Bring a friend for $45 per person (before Feb.7)
After Feb.7: $65 per person
SHAMANIC HEALING: Angela Prider is a Spiritual Healer, Weaver, and Wisdom Keeper of the White Bone Shamanic Tradition. She has been practicing shamanism and facilitating sacred circles for over twenty years, and is passionate about soul, nature, mythology, and creativity. With a trauma-informed foundation of counseling and somatic based therapy, Angela brings a grounded and compassionate presence to her teaching. Among her extensive training with Indigenous teachers and mentors from Canada, Australia, and Peru, she has travelled in pilgrimage to her ancestral home of Ireland on numerous occasions to learn the way of the Bean Feasa (woman of supernatural knowledge.)
SACRED SOUND: Mike Reed is a musician, artist, and world adventurer. Having travelled extensively while exploring the spirit of the land, music, and shamanism, he holds a deep and heartful space in which to heal, harmonize, and dive deep within.
We would like to acknowledge the ancestral, traditional and unceded Aboriginal territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the Squamish, Kwikwetlem, Tsleil-Waututh, Kwantlen, and Katzie First Nations on whose territory we live and work.