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Sunday, May 28 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Making Despachos; A Shamanic Ceremony
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Ayni is a word in Q'echua that means "Right Relationship" or balance with the soul's truth. In this beautiful Despacho Ceremony our prayers are "dispatched" or surrendered to Spirit with flowers, beans, rice and chocolates, helping us bring our past, present and future into right relationship. In this ceremony you will participate in one of the most ancient and powerful shamanic rituals and learn more about how you can offer this ceremony in your own community.

Students can spend as much or as little time as they need placing items (prayers) in the bundle. They may choose to toss things in and go about their day, or take their time and move with their breath as they take part in the ceremony. There will be no physical activity. This is a ceremonial and educational shamanic ritual.

Students should bring: An open mind & heart. All necessary materials will be provided but students can bring small personal items or trinkets to spice up their Despacho (crystals, feathers, small ornaments, etc.)

Take this class if: If you have any interest in Shamanic teachings or ceremony. If you have any heavy energy that you're holding onto that you would like to release back to the Earth and to Spirit. If you have prayers and desires that you would like to manifest through ancient ceremony. 



Speakers
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Sean Lanning

Sean is a certified ERYT-500 Yoga Teacher and Shaman from Broad Brook, CT. After several years of work in marketing, music and direct sales, Sean was introduced to yoga. Through the sweat and crazy, un-explainable tears, he was hooked. It was a clear fork in the road. He had to c... Read More →


Sunday May 28, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Art Room Room Behind the Indoor Vendor Village

Attendees (15)