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Reminder- Friday, Oct. 11- Join our Guest Sangoma John Lockley

From: Itzhak
Sent on: Thursday, October 10, 2013 8:52 AM

The NY Shamanic Circle invites you to meet Xhosa Sangoma John Lockley:

Come and Join us! Sangoma John Lockley will joining us at this Friday at the NY Shamanic Open Circle on October 11th. 1 East 28th St., 2nd fl, bell #3. Please arrive at 7:45- 8:00 pm until 10 pm.

We still have some open spaces left for his Ancestral Blessing Ceremony, and Sangoma John is also available for Private Sessions, see details below.

Ancestral Blessing Ceremony A traditional South African Ceremony from Nelson Mandela’s people, the Xhosa Nation with Xhosa Sangoma John Lockley

Dates: Sat. Oct. 26 * 10-5pm & Sun. Oct. 27 *11-4pm
Exchange: $300

Location: Given to Registrants, Manhattan, NY
To Register email: [address removed]
or call Irma at[masked]

This ceremony is dedicated to healing our land through honouring our Native American ancestors.

This two-day community ceremony will explore dreams, ancestors and our relationship to our roots.

Participants will be encouraged to connect with their own roots (Ancestors).

A traditional Xhosa ritual will be performed to help heal our relationship with our Ancestors. The weekend will involve South African drumming, singing and dancing. Participants will learn the traditional South African ‘xentsa’ or trance dance as a way to deepen their connection to their roots. Traditional South African chants will also be taught to facilitate harmony and healing on all levels.

Participants to please wear white and bring a small offering for the altar; the offering needs to be a token reminder of your own ancestors.


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