Cavelands in the Jungle, Ecolodges and Camping

Ceremonies

Ceremonies

Some people will say that life is a ceremony, and it is, when we put in the intention into what we{re making in this world. At Cavelands, this beautiful land has been used for ceremonies to purge of from the old and to create the new.

We sing around campfire, we cleanse our bodies and we call in new actions and ways with sacred and traditional experiences.

Cacao Ceremony

Heart. Lungs. Opening. Breath. Circulation. Blood. Love. Gratitude.

The Cacao Ceremony is a traditional Mayan ceremony where by ingesting cacao in ceremonious revery of life together, we stoke love in our hearts, bodies and minds so we may continue in our moments, honoring the beauty of the world in us and around us. Cacao is known as the Food of the Gods as the scientific name alkaloid of cacao, Theobromine is named, and known for the properties of uplifting and connecting our spirits. Theobromine is a vasodilator, a diuretic, and heart stimulant

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Sacred Plants

The world is sacred and mother nature has provided us with many medicinal plants to help us come to life in our hearts, minds and bodies. The Mayan jungle has an abundance of blessings for our lives.

KAMBO

KAMBO heals by releasing old toxins out of our systems. Its taken via the skin and gives your body a reaction that purges debris out of your organs and systems. The tribal cultures who use this medicine say that the Panema, or the dark clouds, haranguing around your life is removed. This is strong, legal and non-psychedelic medicine that cleanses the body and helps us face the world healthy and renewed perspective.

Kambo has a range of traditional and potential therapeutic applications, both medical and psycho-spiritual. Commonly described as an ‘ordeal medicine’, the secretion is known for its powerful emetic or purgative effects. Despite its initial unpleasantness, kambo is widely sought out to revitalize body and mind

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