SUNDAY Journey Circle

All are welcome.

The shamanic journey is an amazing tool of discovery and inner knowing. It is an ancient mind exploration technique used by peoples around the world.  It is a way to seek understanding, to learn what your Inner World wants for you, and enhance your ability to see yourself and the world around you with a grateful eye. 

In this circle we will use the power of drum and rhythm to activate our inner senses. The consistent drum beat alters the human brain waves into the zone of our dreaming mind, while our awake mind is still present. Much can unfold, and be revealed, when we listen, ask, and are open.

There will be two rhythm sessions by which to explore. 

If you are new to the practice of the shamanic journey, this is a fine circle to explore, experiment and get to know your INNER KNOWING process (whether your gift is one of inner sight, knowing, hearing, or sensing).  You can ask your guides about your life, your soul path, your 'troubles'.  Learn how to ask questions and interpret 'answers' in your own unique way.

Use the rhythm to help you Meditate, Ponder, Travel and Experience the wonders of your inner landscape. Your mountains of Thought. Your rivers of Emotion. Your ocean of Consciousness. Your Winds of Decision. Your paths of Soul. The drum and rhythm will provide the path for your journey.  We will use an ever changing combo of divination, sharing, writing and listening to your Soul so you can receive information that is personally useful to you at that moment.

This circle is offered by sliding scale of $5-$20. Donations keep ISA going. Thank you!  If you try to find it, and have trouble, call/txt Quynn at[masked]-2004.

Parking is on the street (no need for paying meter) and in the lot on the northwest corner of Stone and Toole Aves.

Your facilitator for this circle is Quynn Red Mountain, shamanic practitioner and founder of ISA.






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