Super New Moon Shamanic Healing & Sacred Sound Circle
Sunday, May 28, 2017 ~ 6:00pm – 8:30pm
HeartQuest ~ East Vancouver, BC
At this month's circle, be prepared to... release, relax, and receive as you are immersed and enfolded
in the healing and transformational sacred sounds of crystal singing bowls,
frame and steel tongue drums, percussion, and soul singing!
This month's circle falls in the Super New Moon of Gemini providing us with a wonderful opportunity
to bring transformation to our mind, communication, and beliefs.
Coming right on the heels of the intense Scorpio full moon, where much was stirred up from the depths,
our circle will provide you with an opportunity to clear this energy, creating space for a renewed relationship with compassionate self-dialogue and reconnection with spaciousness and peace of mind.
Our evening will include:
energy cleansing ceremony
relaxation and grounding meditation
guided journey with shamanic healing both individually and for the circle as a whole,
accompanied by sacred sound
No experience is required.
Please wear comfortable clothing, and bring:
Comfie things to lay on (yoga mat, foamie, blanket, cushions)
Medicine Hearth/Mesa/Sacred Bundle
Journal and pen
Space is limited to 16 people
$45 per person or $40 each with a friend paid by e-transfer by May 25
Pre-registration is required: angelap(at)westcoastshamanic(dot)com
Arrival: 5:45pm (building doors lock at 6pm)
HeartQuest Healing Collective, #202-1651 Commercial Dr., Vancouver, BC
FACILITATOR: Angela Prider is a Spiritual Healer, Weaver, and Wisdom Keeper of the White Bone Shamanic Tradition. She has been practicing shamanism and facilitating sacred circles for over twenty years, and is passionate about soul, nature, mythology, and creativity. With a trauma-informed foundation of counseling and somatic based therapy, Angela brings a grounded and compassionate presence to her teaching. Among her extensive training with Indigenous teachers and mentors from Canada, Australia, and Peru, she has travelled on pilgrimage to her ancestral home of Ireland on numerous occasions to learn the way of the Bean Feasa (wisewoman)
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We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Squamish, Kwikwetlem, Tsleil-Waututh, Kwantlen, and Katzie Nations, whose ancestral lands we live, work, and teach upon.