Join Us for a Community Visioning Ceremony
in preparation for the New Year
The Night Watchman:
Amazonian Guayusa Dream Tea Ceremony
With Itzhak Beery
and the Core-Members of the NY Shamanic Circle
Sunday, November 26; from 7 – 11 pm
The location will be given to those who register only. No walks in.
Energy Exchange: $40
This is a powerful experiential intensive shamanic evening into the dimensions of Dreamtime and altered states. It is a vision quest that challenges your inner warrior, your sense of space, time and direction, as you step in into the mystery of Dreamtime.
In a special traditional ceremony, we honor the Guayusa tree spirit with chants, songs, and music. As we sip the sacred tea, we go into a deep meditative silence in darkness to encounter and communicate with our spirit guides and other spirits to enable us to bring new visions and awareness into our lives.
The Amazonian Kichwa of Ecuador believes that the Guayusa plant taught human beings how to dream. It is also called “The Night Watchman” as it sharpens the hunter’s instincts keep focused energy and has night vision and awareness. Kichwa families drink gourds of Guayusa around the communal fire from dawn till sunrise as a way to create a tribal bond and rejuvenate their spirit and bodies. During this time, they share their night’s dreams as the shaman interprets them so they can plan the day’s course of action. This is also the time when the elders teach the youth about ancestral myths, hunting practices, and social ethics.
Guayusa, similarly to yerba maté, is a medicinal plant that contains caffeine without the ragged edges and it’s filled with healthy antioxidants. It also has theobromine, found in chocolate, and L-theanine, found in green tea. You will feel fully alive. It is not hallucinating; it simply activates the brain, not allowing it to go deep into theta/delta states (below the level of the conscious mind), which allows you to “see” your vision.
To register please pay by PayPal on this site.
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Join us in New York 19th Annual Shamanic Gathering in Central Park
19th Annual Shamanic Gathering!
Celebrating The NY Shamanic Circle 20th Anniversary
Sunday, October 15, 2017
From 12.30 pm -to- 6 pm (rain or shine!)
Meet us in Central Park at The Great Hill (Entrance Central Park West @ 103 – 106 street)
Come and participate in ceremonies and rituals from many shamanic traditions,
drum, sing, dance, share food, journey to the spirit world & shapeshift
with the community to create a better world
ALL ARE WELCOME! KIDS, PETS ADULTS.
A partial list of presenters:
Joined our celebration!
New York’s largest and longest-running shamanic gathering welcomes all ages and backgrounds.
For our potluck picnic, please bring wholesome food & non-alcoholic drinks.
Bring warm clothing, a blanket, a rattle or drum, a notepad & pen and good spirit.
Feel free to bring flyers & business card to share with the community.
For more Info. and Questions Email Us
Volunteers are needed, let us know if you can help out.
If you like to contribute in any way, please email us.
NYSC welcomes back
Celebrating Ipupiara’s Life
and his Shamanic Teachings
With Itzhak Beery
Saturday, August 19 – 2-7:30 pm
$100 – after August 5th $120
Location and instructions will be sent only for those who register.
Please join us on the fifth anniversary of Ipupiara’s passing, to celebrate his rich healing legacy, to make sure his knowledge will not be forgotten and will continue to inspire new generations of healers to come. Ipupiara believed that “We Are All Shamans in Training.” that “We are all natives of the Earth and that we all have the responsibility to make other people dreams come true.”
Join us on this special day to learn about: (Time permit)
* Yara & Tupana
Teaching of the rainforest Gods
* Tacuma Needles Technique
Unique Amazonian healing technique of diagnostic,
to stimulate and activate the nervous system
* Candle and Egg Reading
Traditional Andes diagnostic technique
* Akuras (evil spirits) Diagnostics
Techniques to locate entities
* Protection Techniques
* Guayusa Dream Tea Ceremony
* Ipu’s Stories & teachings
Ipupiara (Sweet WaterPink Dolphin) was an anthropologist, environmentalist, healer, and teacher. He was born into the Ure-wau-wau (People of the Stars) tribe of northern Brazil (which no longer survived) and was their last shaman. He was a co-founder of Dream Change with John Perkins, The Native Cultural Alliance, and Eco Global Journey organizations which are dedicated to the preservation and sharing of native cultures and wisdom.
Ipupiara (Dr. Bernardo D. Peixoto) had a vast knowledge of the Amazonian languages and shamanic wisdom ways. He put this intimate knowledge of the ecosystem, plants, and animals to use by sharing it with the children at the National Zoo at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC. He also had wonderful stories, he was generous in sharing them with all of us and it is my mission to keep his legacy and spirit alive.
For 12 years I was fortunate to learned, and assist my brother, mentor and friend Ipupiara Makunaiman during the many teachings and healing ceremonies he performed in New York City on behalf of the NY Shamanic Circle’s community, on the many trips I took with him to his home in Taruma Eco Center at the Rio Negro, Brazil, and workshops we taught together.
FOR MORE DETAILS AND REGISTRATION – EMAIL US.
TO PAY – USE THE PAYPAL BANNER ABOVE
One Heart Balam Jaguar Medicine;
Enter the Feminine & Masculine
with Irma StarSpirit Turtle Woman
Sat. July 15 * 10am-5pm
Early Bird $120 until June 30th; thereafter $150
You are invited to enter and work with the Balam Jaguar Medicine; the Maya believe that the jaguar has the ability to cross between worlds – between the living world (which was associated with the day) and the spirit world (which was associated with the night). Enter the shifts and realms of personal healing with Balam Jaguar to balance the feminine and masculine energies that guide, awaken to restore your inner power within.