The main facilitator, Liv Mokai Wheeler, has created an ancestral healing training for those who are feeling called to facilitate ceremony, the ceremonial leader that would like to support ancestral lineages. Together, we will break down and create the energy that helps souls transition to become fully healthy ancestors. We will bring to life songs of your lineage once more.
The focus will be to make space for your own personal medicine to come forth as the ceremony you create will be an expression of your essence. The intention is to create space and healing and transformation such that each person leaves inspired and able to create a ritual or ceremony for community or infuse what you’ve learned into what you already offer.
During the training, we will also be engaging in the energies of creativity. There will be an emphasis on music and drawing a song from each person to be worked with in ceremony. We will look at what comes up to block people from ritual and transformation, such as entities and beings with energy that does not have healing or our best interests in mind. We will be in dialogue about how to navigate these energies and put this into practice together. There will also be a cultural inclusivity circle, drum birthing, and sound healing ceremonies so as to hold space for the dynamic energies of this work.
Liv recently decided to share a little more deeply about the journey, via audio recording, now that she can sense more deeply into the energies of the gathering.
Included in Bringing to Life Songs of Your Lineage: An Ancestor Healing Training-
All Ancestor Healing Training ceremonies, rituals, and teachings with Liv Mokai Wheeler
Divination with Liv Mokai Wheeler focused on your personal ancestry
Music and Ancestral Song Ceremony
Cultural Inclusivity Ceremony with Natalie
Drum Birthing Ceremony making a 16 inch elk drum with Mia
Daily yoga classes with Sylvie
An individual healing session with Florencia
Sound Healing Ceremony with Florencia
All pick up and return travel including transportation to and from the airport
All meals made with local and organic ingredients and drinking water
Accommodation for 6 nights
CocoVivo Retreat Center:
The retreat center and land that will hold us has been sought after and chosen with great mindfulness and love. The clear energy there will be supportive to our work. The land is lovingly tended by a family that holds space for inclusivity and sensitivity to environmental impact. The land is in the jungle and the animals and the other living beings there are protected and honored.
CocoVivo, our home for the duration of our journey, is hidden at the southern tip of Isle de San Cristobal outside of Boca del Toro, Panama. The only way to get to the island is by boat. Their goal is to acknowledge human’s impact on the earth and the ocean, and they strive to maintain a healthy role in the ecosystem. The retreat runs off of solar power, the water used is from collected rainwater, there is composting toilets, gardens, and mindfulness placed on recycling and low to no waste and biodegradable products- including soaps.
CocoVivo also maintains strong relationships with the local community of Tierra Oscurra, by providing employment opportunities, purchasing local produce, and offering housing space to local Ngobe Bugle workers and tradespeople. They aim to support and strengthen the regional development and standard of living while remaining open to learning new ways of interacting with nature with awe and gratitude, and of decreasing the destructive impact.
Sleeping arrangements will be assigned and sharing beds with another attendee is a likelihood. Upon registration, you will be given the opportunity to express your preferences in how you’ll be assigned a space.
Liv Mokai Wheeler is an International Ritual Facilitator mostly steeped in the tradition of the Dagara Tribe from Burkina Faso. Having made many pilgrimages to the villages in West Africa, learning and working with highly gifted shamans and diviners, she is known as an initiated Kontomble Voice Diviner. Liv works very closely with the Kontomble, also known as “Little People”, meaning she listens to their words and speaks their language …