Sounds, Silences, Senses
Along with ethnic instruments, the audience’s active participation and the creation of an enjoyable space, we will move through senses in a sound trip.
Ignasi Arumí (Nani)
Purification and Prayer Ceremony
It is one of the most ancient ceremonies in the world. It has a Lakota origin and it is known as ‘temazcal’ in Central America and South America.
All powers of the universe take part of the ceremony, as well as the absolute presence of the four elements: Earth, Fire, Air, and Water. It is an intense journey to the inner part of our subconscious, in which we walk to reach our deep truths in order to find the most ancient pains and experiences kept in our memory. This ceremony undresses us and shows ourselves as we really are, with no excuses, to revive with a new life, by discovering your own treasures and focusing consciously on your particular journey, by renovating your body and calming your mind, by opening your heart and expanding your spirituality.
The sweat lodge (inipi) representsMother Earth’s womb and the sacred fire represents masculinity. The fire heats the stones (also known as ‘wise grandmothers’) that represent the seed and that will be introduced into the lodge by the Guardian of the Sacred Fire. Inside the lodge, the person who runs the ceremony throws some water onto the stones to create asteam, which, along with songs, prayers, and sounds, will start to purify our body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
Purification and stimulation of almost all organs in the body
Purification of the respiratory tract
Purification of the digestive tract
Toning of the nervous system
Elimination of internal and external toxins
Purification of the blood
Toning and purification of the skin
Opportunity to learn how to calm your mind
Depuration of negative thoughts
Change of mental habits
Positive transformations in favor of life
Opportunity to express deep feelings
Connection with the inner child
Purification of emotional waters
Liberation of blocked emotions
Reduction of fears and phobias
Connection with our essence
Feeling of our own life’s power
Reconciliation with our relationships and ourselves
Opportunity to stop and find ourselves
Liberation of energetic knots
Rooting in the Earth and harmonization of the first chakras
Stimulation of the upper chakras and energetic balance
Renovation and purification of the aura
Who can participate in the ceremony
Everybody can live this experience if he or she wants to sweat.
We offer specific practices or therapies to closed groups.
Open groups all year long.
How it works and timing
It starts with an opening circle through sound, silence, and meditation.
A fire is lit.
The fire accompanies instruments and some movement and breathing dynamics.
People enter the sweat lodge.
People share their experiences, closing and orientations.
A grateful meal is served.
The ceremony lasts 6-7 hours approximately.