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Aya Despacho Ceremony for my little sister Kathy

  • Feb 16, 2014 · 3:00 PM
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All are invited to honor my little sister in her new journey. This ceremony is meant as a celebration of her life and to assist her in new journey in the afterlife. Aya Despacho Ceremony

This is one of the most powerful prayer bundles you can make. It is traditionally made when people pass, to celebrate the successful completion of a life and support an extra healthy transition into the next life phase. It is also a great one to make for anyone who wants to let go of a part of their past, such as a relationship or marriage that has ended or leaving an old job. When made for this purpose, this prayer bundle helps you close old chapters of your life and start writing new ones, without old parts of your past that no longer serve you following you around.

Please come to assist me in saying in sending her on her journey to the Great Spirit. Also this is a wonderful way to release anything in your life that may be holding you back.

More information about despacho ceremonies

A despacho is an Andean ritual offering or a gift of reciprocity for what we receive every day in our lives. The act of creating a despacho places us in right relationship (ayni) with Mother Earth (Pachamama) and the Mountains (Apukuna). The offering consists of natural items intricately arranged on paper (similar to a Navajo Sand Painting), then prayed over, infused with gratitude and thanksgiving, and lastly folded into a bundle(like a present to the Creator and the Universe) to be burned. See Photos of The Hawaiian Healing Despacho with my brother Bear.

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  • Krista N.

    A most beautiful ceremony to celebrate the circle of life and the connection we all share to Spirit and each other through our heart centers. Kathy's spirit drifted amongst us as we expressed our gratitude for the wonderful lives we so blessed to be living - while honoring those who have transitioned back to their True Self.

    February 17, 2014

  • Krista N.

    This is one of the most beautiful and transformative types of ceremony. The best way to bring Joy back into our daily lives is through celebrations...and this ceremony is a wonderful celebration. See you there!

    February 15, 2014

  • Krista N.

    Rain or shine I'm in!

    February 15, 2014

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