The Congregation for Sacred Practices offers an annual weeklong pilgrimage for both Ministers and Ceremonial Members to travel to Oaxaca, Mexico, where we commune with the sacred mushroom, other fellow spiritual seekers, and the divine. Participants will have their choice depending on availability.
On this journey, you will be transported to a tiny mountain village called San Jose del Pacifica, where you will work with an indigenous Zapotec family and attend a daylong retreat where you will dive deep into your inner self. Activities may include working with clay, a drum circle, a Tamazcal ceremony, along with many others. The following day you will be transported to a beautiful goat farm to host the mushroom ceremony in their sacred tradition. We follow this monumental experience up with a daylong integration circle held in nature, with opportunities for quiet and reflective time.
Travelers will be transported back to the vibrant city of Oaxaca, where we will attend a ceremonial chocolate and corn tour to learn more about the history and traditions of the Mazatec people there. Oftentimes these pilgrimages take place over the Day of the Dead and many participants decide to stay a few extra days to explore the beautiful altars, festivities, and to connect in a deeper way to their ancestors who have passed on. Others may just enjoy the delectable cuisine and irresistable shopping of the areas surrounding markets.
If you are interested in joining us please fill out this form and we will be in touch if there is still availability. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you!”