Announcing a new event for The New York Shamanism Meetup Group!
What: The New York Shamanism January Meetup
When: Friday, January 11, 7:15 PM
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Event Description: Hello you all!!!
I would love to invite you all to meet us at our monthly meeting.
It seems I sent you last month event description. How ever we plan for a few shamanic journey specifically for the reflections and insights for the new year together with rituals and drumming.
Next month, February, I'm bringing my special Brother and Mentor, Ipupiara, a shaman from the Brazilian, Amazon. Great opportunity to meet a very special elder. The next day we will have a workshop with him and he will offer individual healing. If you are interested let me know.
So, come celebrate the spirit world with us. Participate in sacred rituals. Drum, move, dance, chant, shapeshift in a community of like minded people!
Learn how to meet your power animal and other core techniques of ancient shamanic drumming, journeying and healing.
Deepen your shamanic practice and find insight into personal and collective issues.
Please bring a drum or rattle, a pen & notepad and a bandanna.
Feel free to bring your friends and forward this message.
Suggested donation $20 (or anything you can to cover our costs)
I will be teaching "Deepening Your Shamanic Practice" again at the NY Open Center.
It is an intensive 6 Tuesday nights, starting March 18. Contact the NY Open Center if you are interested.
Also there is an event you might want to join:
World Music Insitute presents:
KEVIN LOCKE NATIVE DANCE ENSEMBLE
January 19, 2008 at 8pm
Symphony Space on 95th and Broadway.
This concert is a part of the National Heritage Masters Series, The National
Heritage Fellowships, this country's highest honor in the traditional arts,
was instituted by the National Endowment for the Arts in 1982. In
celebration of its 25th anniversary, World Music Institute will present a
series with more than 40 artists who have received this prestigious award.
These programs provide a showcase to the rich and diverse musical and dance
traditions that make up America's cultural heritage. Each year, 10 to 13
individuals, "national living treasures" from across the nation, are chosen
to receive this one-time-only fellowship in recognition of lifetime
achievement, artistic excellence and contributions to our nation's cultural
heritage. To date, 327 master artists have been honored.
Kevin Locke, internationally renowned Hoop Dancer and preeminent player of
the indigenous Northern Plains flute, brings his ensemble of celebrated
artists to New York for a compelling evening of dance, music and narrative
reflecting Lakota, Comanche, Oneida and Ojibwe tribal heritage. The program,
The Drum is the Thunder, the Flute is the Wind, is a rich interweaving of
traditional native dances - including the visionary Hoop Dance and Eagle
Dance - with ancient flute songs, powerful drumming and soaring powwow
vocals. The ensemble includes Edmond Nevaquaya, Doug Good Feather, and First
Americans in the Arts award-winning actress Thirza Defoe.
WMI Friends $23
Call WMI to inquire abouit group rates.
for more info call Itzhak [masked] or [address removed]
NY Shamanic Circle
Learn more here:http://shamanism.meetup.com/208/calendar/6914572/