Intro to Shamanic Journeying & the Spirit World
This 7-week in-person course will introduce you to Shamanism, it’s history, and the power of shamanic journeying as a tool to enhance your life, deepen your creativity, and resolve daily challenges. Learn about spirit guides, visit the three realms of non-ordinary reality, retrieve a personal power animal, meet a teacher, receive blessings, divine answers to questions from guides, and connect with nature spirits. Each class will consist of an introductory lecture topic, guided journeys and a closing ceremony to increase the power of our work together. Classes will meet in-person unless the government imposes restrictions in which case it will meet on Zoom. Space is limited to 6 students.
2021 Dates: Sept. 21, 28, Oct 5, Oct 12, 19, 26 Nov 2
What time: 6-8pm
Where: In person, Upper West Side, Manhattan, NY
address provided after registration.
Cost: Early Bird - register by August 21 $150.
After August 21st: $200
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Registration is non-refundable. Nancy D’Antonio reserves the right to cancel anyone's participation at any time for any reason. If Nancy D’Antonio needs to cancel the course, you will receive a full refund. This class is intended for personal growth and educational purposes and is not a substitute for medical treatment.
We meet monthly on the Sunday afternoon closest to the full moon, outdoors in either Riverside Park or the North Woods of Central Park.
River Sisters Drum Circle
OUTDOOR MONTHLY FULL MOON CEREMONY
We gather in spiritual community to raise awareness of social injustice, offer honorable closure for lives lost, and for healing collective trauma of our times, by radiating spiritual light into the universe, wherever it is needed most. We call in sacred space, honor the elements, ancestor spirits, and 4 directions. There is an opportunity for personal prayers before starting the healing light transfiguration work. At the end we place our offerings in the river.
Everyone is asked to contribute a sacred offering. Flowers, tobacco, sage, acorns, pine cones, corn meal, wild bird seed, medicinal plants, etc. are appreciated. We create the altar together. You are welcome to share a poem or song, or bring a snack for afterwards. The power of this ceremony lies in what each participant brings. Bring a rattle/drum and a chair, blanket or mat to sit on.