The 6th annual Festival of Consciousness hosted in San Marcos La Laguna, Atitlan offering an amazing range of workshops, lectures and parties with a percentage of profits going to support a local non-profit cultural arts program, La Cambalacha. The Sanctuary will be host to a variety of workshops over the equinox weekend including an introduction to Spiritual Sexual Shamanism by Araminta.




Spiritual Sexual Shamanism

Saturday 10am – 12pm with Araminta

Living in Love. Fully Integrated Spirituality.

The most ignored, denied, misunderstood or bypassed area of spiritual exploration is the territory around sex and emotion.


Lucid Dreaming your Reality

Saturday 12pm – 2pm with Juliette Salas


Conscious Birthing Women’s Circle

Saturday 2pm – 4pm with Osnat

An invitation to come, share or listen to natural and conscious birth stories.

Sound Healing

Saturday 4pm-6pm with Chris Eagle & Vishesh

Join us as the sun sets over Lake Atitlan. We will begin and end in silent meditation, experience a huge texture of sounds, prayers and sacred offerings. With the use of Tibetan/shamanic sounds and energy work. Our intention is for healing to occur where needed, and for allowing spirit to reveal what is needed at this time on our journeys.



Co – Creating New Paradigm Relationships for Evolution

Sunday 10am – 12pm with Araminta

Rewriting the Love Story to step out of co-dependency and into transformational partnerships in all areas of life

Healing Voice – A Chocolate Sound Journey

Sunday 12pm – 2pm with Thomas

Come experience the healing power of your voice – a sound healing journey assisted by the Cacao Spirit!

Intro to Raw Foods:

Sunday 2pm – 4pm with Bliss House

In this workshop you will learn the basics of raw nutrition for a plant-based diet, learn new recipes, and get to sample a raw snack!

Introduction to Wild Fermentation

Sunday 4pm – 6pm with Jared and Michelle Love Probiotics

A talk on digestion and anatomy, how fermented foods work/affect the body, then we would do a demonstration on sourdough, ginger beer, and fruit scrap vinegar.