Connect, awaken and embody your highest intentions in a New Moon Heart Meditation and Sacred Cacao Ceremony: Livestream & In-Person
The new moon each month brings a unique opportunity to align our hearts with the quantum seeds of creation, enhanced by the sacred plant medicine cacao.
This guided meditation and cacao ceremony, facilitated by New Paradigm Psychology originator Payton Tontz, is open to 12 in-person participants at the New Paradigm Psychology office in Sedona, Arizona, and to an infinite number of online participants via livestream.
Cacao is a plant medicine held sacred by indigenous peoples. Drinking cacao in a ceremonial setting helps us to remember our innate interconnectedness with the Earth and our earthly bodies, fostering a state of reverence for all forms of life and supporting heart-opening self-connection.
The Sacred Cacao Ceremony will be followed by a 30-40 minute New Moon Guided Meditation Journey in three parts:
• Working with the breath, sensation and vibration, participants are guided deep into their heart center/chakra, connecting with the frequency of love that naturally flows and emanates from the heart.
• Participants are next guided to create a group energy field, by streaming the love frequency of their individual hearts into the center of an intentional circle. Crystals, both visualized and actual, will be used to amplify the love vibration in magnitude and strength.
• In the third stage, participants are creatively guided to direct the group’s love frequency energy toward the healing of the Earth, humanity and all life on Earth.
Lastly, we focus on receiving this amplified group energy frequency back into our own hearts and bodies, so that there is a circular channel of giving and receiving, which benefits all our human systems, organs and cells.
A brief Integration/Sharing Circle will follow the Guided Meditation. A recording of the event is included with a livestream ticket, so if you can’t make the event in real time, you can experience it on your own time!
Livestream Ticket : free/pay what you want
In Person Ticket Sedona : $22.00
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