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She is a Sacred Master Spirit who increases our connection with our inner self, opens our Heart Chakra and allows high frequency energy and love to enter our being…
 
The Spirit of Cacao was one of the most revered of the ancient Mayan Deities. They called Cacao “The water that runs through the heart”. It’s thought Cacao was first used as a health elixir and ceremonial medicine as far back as 1900 BC by the ancestors of Central America, the Olmec people, before becoming a ritualistic medicine used by the Aztec and Mayan cultures.
Ceremonial Cacao
Cacao has the ability to take people back to their natural way of being, removing them from their busy mind and non-stop back to their body and heart. Successfully melt the “armor” of the heart and let unconditional love flourish from the depths of the inside and the outside. She is a Sacred Master who increases our connection with our inner self, opens our Heart chakra and allows ecstasy and love to enter our being.It awakens our sexual energy and reminds us how important it is to live a life of happiness and not a stressful life that is based on meeting the needs of others more than ourselves. 
 
It helps in any transformative change we are working on, whether we are looking to deepen our understanding of who we are, release old patterns and traumas, or move into a more self-confident space. In the sacred ceremony, we are free to establish any intention we want and Cacao allows us to advance towards that goal. It awakens our sexual energy and reminds us how important it is to live a life of happiness and not a stressful life that is based on meeting the needs of others more than ourselves. 
 
A Cacao ceremony celebrates the sacred healing powers of Cacao. It allows you to reconnect with yourself and others and favors healing, creativity, mindfulness and joy, in addition to stimulating manifestation.
 
The ancient Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs and other Mesoamerican cultures of Latin America considered Cacao sacred. The tree, pods and grains were highly valued and coveted by these ancient civilizations.  Cacao was the superfood of the time, long before the concept of superfoods existed. Centuries before Europeans put their hands on Cacao and turned it into the sweet chocolate we know today, ancient Mesoamericans used Cacao for various rituals and ceremonies.Cacao was considered a food for the gods and was reserved for the elites and the ruling classes of society. It was so valuable that they even used it as currency to barter and negotiate with each other. 
 

IXCACAO Mayan Goddess 
Goddess of Chocolate and Fertility 

The story of the Goddess of Chocolate has seen many adaptations as it has flowed past the lips of many generations.
 
IxCacao, is was an ancient fertility goddess, an earth goddess in a matriarchal society where gathering crops and seeing to it that everyone was fed was a woman’s work. Banishing hunger and providing for the safety and security of the people was her divine responsibility.
Although IxCacao only made a small appearance in the mythology of the Mayan’s, the Goddess of Chocolate captured the hearts of many and was loved by the common folk as a compassionate goddess of abundance.
 
 
In the ancient cultures of Mesoamerica she has been known by many different names and is worshipped as a fertility goddess. Though no matter the version told, her story is one of the coming together with nurturing, healing, fertile love for all.
 
 
IxCacao featured in the creation myths of the Mayans, as she introduced agriculture to the people and helped bring in the birth of the Sacred Twins. She felt it was her divine responsibility to ensure her people were provided for with an abundance of food so that no one went hungry. See also held a deep sense of responsibility to keep her people safe and and secure as she embraced them with her mother energy.