Shamanic Journey July 27
Shamanic Journey July 27
Friday, July 27 2018,
Shaman - Journey Circle
A Shamanic journey - is a method of attaining an altered state of consciousness during non-ordinary reality. This state is induced with repetitive soundings, such as drums or rattles. Journeying provides access to a higher wisdom where spiritual guidance and healing is granted. Shamanic journeys have been practiced by many indigenous cultures for thousands of years and they are believed to be the most ancient way of meditation known to humanity. During the journeys we recognize and honor the "self" in the stillness and quietness of our inner center!
The purpose of this meditation is to create relaxation, spiritual growth, and personal transformation. Meditation calms, clears, and transcends the chattering of our minds. A regular practice of meditation can open one to insights, calmness, balance, profound joy, and has many documented health benefits, including stress reduction and pain reduction.
• Thoroughly ground you in a life-changing practice for spiritual inquiry that fits easily into even the busiest schedule.
• Help you to explore and relate to unfamiliar fields of consciousness safely.
• Cultivate new virtues and capacities, from courage to compassion, empowered by your helping spirit allies
• As you develop these capabilities, you take on an added dimension of intuitive knowing and healing insight.
• You begin to perceive through your heart and mind at the same time, access information from other levels of reality,
• You become more embodied, whole and empowered, living in greater attunement with your body and the needs of those around you.
We will have two 15 minutes journeys. Drum healing for the group. Singing and dancing with our spirits using drums and rattles. Newbie’s are welcome.
Pricing - HK$250/ pp or HK$400 if you bring a friend
Booking - You may book online or make a deposit into our bank account Red Doors Studio Ltd HSBC 848685749838 and send us the confirmation slip.
Bring - Wear comfortable clothes that you can sit and dance.
Getting here - By MTR, take the Wong Chuk Hang station on the South Island line, Exit B. Walk to very end of pedestrian overpass, down the flight of steps and turn left onto Yip Kan St. Walk to the third entrance (at the fire hydrant) and take lift to f/21. This is the back entrance of the building as the main entrance on Wong Chuk Hang Rd is closed at 1800. Parking in evening available on the street, during the day behind us at Southmark. Refer to the map on the website.
Entering the Studio - Feel free to enter 15 minutes before class begins. Leave shoes, bags, coats, phones and other personal belongings in the cubbies near the door. Ensure your phone is on silent (not just vibrate). If the studio door is closed, please do not disturb the occupants though.
Latecomers- Class will start on time. Sometimes it is unavoidable to be late. Enter quietly and make as little noise and fuss as possible. If we are tuning in, please wait until we have finished the chants though.
Ending class - Please help us maintain the studio by returning all props to their original locations. Blankets are folded neatly in rectangles and stacked in the cupboards. Mats stacked neatly on the trolley. Take responsibility for washing your own tea cup. We wish you to feel as though the studio is an extension of your home and appreciate your attention and help in keeping it tidy, clean and welcoming.
Cancellations - If you are unable to attend a group event that you have registered for, you may call / email to reschedule up until 1500 or two hours before on the day of the event at no penalty. You may find a replacement or you may reschedule for a similarly priced event once within a period of six weeks from the registered event. Otherwise you will forfeit the fee and if paid by a package, it will be deducted from your total. Packages are valid for three months from date of purchase. You will be sent a reminder prior to their expiration date. They are non-extendable.
Gift cards - are not refundable and are valid only for the purpose for which they were purchased.