Give yourself the vital gift of healing, renewal, and reconnection with your essence.
Miriam offers Cacao Ceremonies during her workshops and or retreats. "Do it from your heart " or private groups sessions.
The Cacao Ceremony is an old traditional healing and sacred ritual that has been used in ancient ceremonies by the South Americans biggest civilizations, Mayas, Incas, Aztecs, and others for thousands of years. It has an active ingredient in it called theobromine 100% pure cacao known as the “Food of the Gods.”
Miriam combines Cacao with her breathing technique to obtain better levels of consciousness.
Sacred Fire Ceremony:
Since time many civilizations of Indigenous peoples have used “Sacred Fires” for well-being, healing and encounters. Fire is a sacred gift from the Creator, and a door of communication with the Spirit world, ancestors and the creation of new path.
After an energetic cleanse of the participants, a bonfire is
lit in a sacred place, generally outdoors or near a sacred water, a river, a lake, or an ocean. The participants gather around the fire and perform different cleansing rituals, such as songs, prayers, meditations, offerings and purifications in contact with The Mamapacha Spirit - Gia. In this way, the fire is asked to take away everything that does not
Despacho offering Ceremony:
Mother Earth (Pachamama) is benevolent, respected, adored, and loved by the Andean people. In Inca mythology, Pachamama is the goddess of fertility and
the mother of everything on the planet.
A Despacho offering to Pachamama allows us to give thanks for all that we have received and its generosity, creating a feeling of harmony and gratitude with nature and letting her know that we have an unconditional love for Mother Earth and the spirits within us.
This offering is one of the most beautiful and respected Inca ceremonies.
Sacred Water Ceremony:
It is the representation of a celebration that reaffirms the importance of water and its different states. Since time immemorial, human beings have carried out ceremonies and dances to attract rain and with it crops, rivers, lakes and life itself.
On the other hand, ceremonies include activities that welcome divine or celestial entities. The participants repeat songs ,mantras or prayers followed by an energy healing. Alone with the sacred water in this ceremony, the 4 winds are invited for cleansing and purify the auras
Coca Leaf Reading:
The Coca Leaf Reading Ceremony has been a spiritual practice since pre-Inca times, when people needed to make important decisions related to their family, the planting season, predicting the weather, etc.
The coca leaf was always considered an element of peace, wisdom and magic. It was also used in healing or diagnostic methods. “Mama Coca” is an essential element in ceremonies or offerings, because it channels contact with spiritual beings of the Andean world.
San Pedro Ceremony:
San Pedro, often called "Wachuma," is a cactus that’s native to the Andes and known to have been used by
pre-Inca civilizations for up to 4,000 years. The active component found in this medicine is mescaline, and the nature or personality of this plant is perceived by many
as the masculine grandfather spirit. It is often depicted as having the spirit of the hummingbird.
Used to help perceive our self-created barriers and limitations, this medicine greatly aids in opening and connecting with our hearts. Each ceremony is a meeting with ourselves, Mother Earth, and the Divine, serving as
a medicinal mirror to help us see where we hold onto
self- limiting beliefs and patterns in our lives, gently guiding us to release what no longer serves us. San Pedro ceremonies are performed with psychological preparation and physical cleansing.
For each of Miriam's Activation Ceremonies and Plant Medicine, you will get instructions
with a specific diet privately via e-mail one or two weeks before the Journey
it is your absolute responsibility and decision to follow to get the best results.
Please read carefully the DISCLAIMER for each Spiritual Retreat
(available only when you register for the journey)