Sat, Aug 12|
Queens Council on the Arts
Tata K'ukumatz Cacao Ceremony
Join us for our weekends events with Tata K'ukumatz from Guatemala Saturday 12th 6pm Cacao Ceremony (QCA) Sunday 13th 4pm Water offerings to "Honor the water we come from " Luminance Circle (Hunters Point park)
Time & Location
Aug 12, 6:00 PM – Aug 13, 4:00 PM
Queens Council on the Arts , 5-11 47th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101, USA
About the event
Tata K’ukumatz Chile is a spiritual guide from central Guatemala. He is a wisdom keeper of the ancient Maya Kaqchikel lineage and the guardian and direct descendant of the inherited sacred lineage and sacred fire. As a Daykeeper of the sacred Mayan calendar, he is an incredibly skilled healer who uses sacred plants as medicine.
Tata K’ukumatz works with small and large groups and communities to promote collective healing and unity. Additionally, he offers personal one-to-one sessions for healing and divination. Using the ancient Mayan tree of life and oracles, he helps others understand the energies present in their lives and how to work with them effectively at any point in time throughout their lifetime.
This is the first time the US has granted him a visa to travel here, so it is very exciting to have him with us. His father was a well-known and respected teacher for many Mayan and northern elders, as well as for people all over the world.
During this trip, our intention is to connect with Tata Kukumatz and offer prayers for healing and unification. Through this, we hope to continue seeding spaces and places that emanate healing and connection frequencies, and dismantle the illusion of separation.
Saturday August 12th 6pm - 9pm
Cacao Ceremony with Tata K'ukumatz (Ofrenda Fest / QCA 5-11 47th Long Island City 11101.
Donation $55 in cash or $65 digitally.
Please bring your own cup and offerings to the altar, such as flowers, fruits, tobaco, herbs, crystals, songs, and prayers.
Sunday 13th 4pm to 6pm
Water Ceremony at Luminescence Circle - Hunter's Point South Park, Long Island City, NY 11101
Honoring the water we come from, raising awareness about water conservation, and taking action to protect our planet's most precious resource.
Donation of $25 in cash or $35 digitally.
Please bring your offerings to the altar, such as flowers, fruit, tabaco, herbs, crystals, songs, and prayers.
You can also pay by:
To book a one-hour private session with Tata K'ukumatz on Saturday from 1pm to 5pm or on Sunday from 12pm to 3pm please fill the application form
Cacao Ceremony (Saturday) 6pm
Saturday August 12th 6pm - 9pm Cacao Ceremony with Tata K'ukumatz (Ofrenda Fest / QCA 5-11 47th Long Island City 11101.
- $65.00+$1.63 service fee
Water Ceremony (Sunday) 4pm
Sunday 13th Water Ceremony 4pm to 6pm Luminescence Circle - Hunter's Point South Park, Long Island City, NY 11101
- $35.00+$0.88 service fee
Cacao and Water Ceremonies
Take advantage of this ceremonial package for $88$88.00+$2.20 service fee