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LIFE SWEET LIFE ~ An Evening of Sacred Cacao and Medicine Music

With Chris Mapstone and Angela Prider

Friday, July 14, 2017 - 7.30pm (arrive by 7pm to settle in)

Join us for a beautiful opportunity to celebrate Summer and the Sweetness of Life in an evening of Sacred Cacao and Despacho Ceremony, followed by inspirational heart music from Australian guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Chris Mapstone. As part of his "Honouring the Elders" tour in Canada this year, Chris will be sharing music from his latest album, Spirit Songs which blends folk, world, traditional and ancient melodies in an album of Sacred Medicine Music.

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Our evening will be a co-created circle which includes:
Cleansing ritual and grounding meditation
Heart opening with Sacred Cacao ceremony
Shamanic sound and journeying
Despacho offering to carry out prayers of gratitude
Medicine Music to support our intentions and move our bodies in celebration of the Sweetness of Life

Please bring:
Yoga mat, blankets and cushions to lay comfortably
Any items which are dear to you and you can take home after charging on our altar
Water bottle

Our circle will be held @ Lions Hall, 400 Centre Rd., Lion's Bay, BC

$55 Early Bird paid in full by June 20
$65 after June 20

*Pre-registration is required.



"Mapstone's conscious roots Music is infectious to the soul, uplifting and leaves you calling for more. Full of joy, depth, inspiration and spirit, he is a musician on admission with enough heart to see it through. Do yourself a favor and experience his musical medicine."
- Matt Granlund, CBC Radio One


Angela Prider is a Spiritual Healer, Weaver, and Wisdom Keeper of the White Bone Shamanic Tradition. She has been practicing shamanism and teaching within 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, she recently completed an intensive facilitator training, Singing Over the Bones, with author and Senior Jungian Psychoanalyst, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Phd. (Women Who Run with the Wolves)




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. 

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