Journeying with the Drum
A magical, powerful and mysterious evening
When: The 2nd Monday of the month, starting with
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Facilitated by: Laurie and Bob Wheeler
Where: 4 Fort Hill Road, East Sandwich, MA
(Corner of Route 6A & Fort Hill Road)
Fee: $15. Sliding scale. A love donation works!
RSVP: Seating is limited. Please call Dorothy [masked] or email:[masked].
At the heart of spiritual awakening lies the discovery that each of us can achieve the direct and transformative connection with the sacred realms. Journeying has been pioneered by shamans of indigenous people, providing extraordinary and effective insights into healing and problem solving. We facilitate this by journeying with the sound of the rhythmic drumbeat and healing tones of aboriginal didgeridoo.
Join us in this Journey............
Through a series of Journeying, you can set up goals to take an active role in your well-being, by embracing your own healing. The first goal we'll explore is to create a sacred garden – a place of personal power – where we can enter into a more personal relationship with spirit helpers, our guides and master teachers. In creating a sacred garden, we learn more about ourselves, becoming a more successful healer. This series of Journeying includes experiential exercises, drawn from our healing journeys and practice of spirit medicine, to aide and restore balance and harmony – promoting well-being and good health within ourselves as well as others.
Laurie & Bob Wheeler have traveled and facilitated shamanic journeys for over 8 years in different pasts of the world. Laurie beats the Native American shamanic drum and Bob plays the Aboriginal didgeridoo. Together the ancient instruments create a vortex of energy for a powerful journey. Laurie has been in the healing art since 1995 – bringing her personal knowledge to aid in a deeper experience. – Come and see the opening that you are within to answer your questions and the incredible power to create!
For more info, visit: www.journeywithdrumming.com
Please bring a mat or blanket, water bottle, pen & paper for writing.