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Price
€ 35,-
Date
Sunday 16 April

Cacao & Ho'oponopono ceremony:

Cacao & Ho'oponopono ceremony

Ohana-work

The afternoon starts with drinking 100% pure raw cocoa that has been ceremonially prepared. This cocoa warms us inside and opens our hearts. When the cocoa starts to work, we go deeper into the meaning and healing of the Ho'oponopono.

The Ho'oponopono is a Hawaiian forgiveness ritual. It is a powerful prayer that you may already know from the 4 sentences:

i am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, i love you

Behind these sentences there is another whole dimension that has been briefly summarized in the 4 sentences (also known as the Western version). By connecting to the origin of the Ho'oponopono on a deeper level, prayer will work more powerfully for you.

You can do the Ho'oponopono for yourself, or for a difficult situation you or a loved one is in. During the afternoon we will connect with this. This is actually about stagnant energy that you can let flow through the Ho'oponopono.

Traditionally, Hawaiian families performed the Ho'oponopono for family members who were struggling. In this way the energy of the family field remained pure. Healing by the Ho'oponopono occurs throughout the ancestorline. The Ho'oponopono is a ritual to bring harmony: "making the right more right".

During the ceremony there will be live music: guitar & vocals and piano improvisations. We invite you to sing with us to a selection of beautiful spirit songs. Feel welcome to bring in your own instruments and songs.

Location

In Den Haag. You receive the address after your registration.

 

Date & time

Sundayafternoon 16 April from 13.00 tot approximately 15.30 o'clock.

Costs

We ask for this ceremony a contribution of 35 euro.

 

After your registration you will receive an email with further details about this cacao ceremony and the address.

There is space for a maximum of 10 participants.

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Your host

Nadine

This ceremony is hosted by Nadine from Oceanlight rituals.

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