"Connect with your Inner Wisdom and Truth"



Cori Ellingson was born, raised and lived most of her life in the Peace River Country in Northern BC and Alberta, Canada. Growing up in a large family of unique, free thinkers opened the door to worlds of possibilities. Deeply philosophical, she tended to put pen to paper and with the remoteness of the north, books became her doorway to the world.

A lifelong learner, Cori has immersed herself in various studies from health and personal growth to spirituality. As a stay at home mother on a grain farm, she had her part in raising three wonderful children, while riding horses, gardening and living close to the earth. Learn More.


My life has been rich in wonderful, interesting areas of learning. I am focusing more on quality and less on quantity as I continue to simplify my days.

I occasionally offer drumming circles, relational presence evenings, hawaiian chanting classes and other Earth-honoring ceremonies.

One on one session focus on working with the power of creation in the present moment. Drawing from various modalities intuitively, my intention is to be a catalyst connecting one with the power within for self-healing, self-love and empowerment.

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DSC_0239Cacao Healing Ceremony: What is cacao, really, and what is the relationship between chocolate and cacao?? Many of us love chocolate and eat it often, perhaps seeking something deeper from it. Cacao is the unprocessed form of chocolate, in other words, the bean. In the last few years, the “Holy Bean” has re-emerged and is becoming known for its health benefits, as a super food, and an extreme activity enhancer. Cacao is considered sacred. It was regularly consumed by royalty and other rulers hundreds of years ago in Central and South America.Cacao is a ‘superfood’ that is high in antioxidants. It can be eaten daily with important health benefits like lowering blood pressure. It gives strength and stamina with activities like hiking, cycling, surfing, climbing and even yoga. A ceremonial dose is a larger amount, taken in a liquid form, sweetened to taste. The majority of cacao available world wide comes from continue reading