Lave Tet Ceremony
|The Lave Tet takes three days. The first part of the ceremony is the cleansing. This removes all that spiritual grime that often attaches itself throughout time to people. Many have claimed to feel like a weight is being lifted off of them, and this is only the beginning. The Lave Tet is one of the most deeply moving spiritual ceremonies (outside of the Kanzo) that one could go through. It is a Vodou Sacrament.
After the cleansing, participants are go kouche (Kreyol, lie down) in a badji prepared for them. During their time in here, participants will have knowledge revealed to them, visits from the Lwa, and ceremonies administered to them. During this time, the Lwa Met Tet (Spiritual Head Master) will be divined. Any additional information from the Lwa will be taken care of then, or at a later date. Their heads will be strengthened and fortified.
Everyone will later on be baptized, their heads now consecrated in the service of God and Ginen. A small party will be held to celebrate the beginning of the path for everyone. Matters that need to be discussed will be, and participants will also be taken to a church to pray.
The Lave Tet is a spiritually empowering ceremony. It is something that I cannot truly describe in words. It is great for those who cannot afford the time and/or expense for a Kanzo, or for those who are not called into the route of Kanzo, and/or those who cannot or do not desire to travel to Haiti.
Deposits for the ceremonies must be made at least two weeks in advance and are non refundable
If you are interested in receiving these ceremonies from our Society, please contact us
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