Here’s how to do this simple yet very healing ritual at home
For more than 500 years, village healers in Latin America, known as curanderos, have been dedicated to alleviating physical or spiritual illnesses. Historically, curanderos suggest tying seven knots in a red ribbon, one for each worry, the seventh knot creating a complete circle.
Take a piece of red ribbon for the Seven Knots Ritual, to release worries and stress Historically, curanderos suggest tying seven knots in a red ribbon, one for each worry, the seventh knot creates a complete circle. Tying the knot releases that specific concern, enabling the person to leave it behind.
The red color signifies strength, health, vigor, energy, passion, courage, element of fire, career goals, fast action, vibrancy, driving force, survival. Materials:
The Lantana Spa at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa pays homage to this age-old ritual. Upon arrival at Lantana Spa each guest is given a piece of red ribbon for the Seven Knots Ritual, empowering them to release worries and stress. At the end of the spa journey the guest can simply leave their worries behind and start anew.
The spa offers varied treatments for relaxation and refreshment of the face, the body and the soul. While relishing in the spa experience and reveling in the adult-only spa pool, taking a moment to knot your worries into the red ribbon might just let your whole being walk back out into the world rested and recharged.