The NYSC is honored to welcome back
Don Oscar Santillan – KuriCharik
Ancestral Wisdom and Medicine of the Andes
Sunday, September 18th
Join us for a one-day intensive where Don Oscar-KuriCharik takes us on a journey through the sacred Andean Mountains. It is well known in Indigenous Traditions that to receive the essence of a Medicine People it must be lived and experienced first-hand. Learn the sacred and ancient healing tradition of his people – from the Otavalo Kichwa Nation – through your Body, Soul, and Spirit – a form that will live with you always.
In this highly experiential workshop, Don Oscar-KuriCharik shares teachings on:
– Ceremonies and Rituals – importance and practice
– Healing techniques and approaches – use of tools, tangible and intangible
– How to communicate with Pacha Mama, Wakas, Deities and more
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Location: Provided to registrants
Cost: Early Bird Special (by September 11th) $155 ~ After $199
Be sure to experience this unique opportunity.
This is Don Oscar’s final teaching appearance in NYC for 2016.
You take this journey deep into the Andes and the medicine will remain deep within your bones, always.
More About Don Oscar:
Yachak (shaman) Don Oscar Santillan – KuriCharik (gold or sun in the heart) is a 7th generation sound healer, community leader, and teacher of traditional Andean wisdom from the Otavalo Kichwa Nation in Ecuador. An active member of indigenous organizations, he educates people about culture as well as sustainable development through Fair Trade practices and micro-financing. A Kichwa speaker with a strong connection to the natural world, he has made many radio appearances to spread ancient Andean wisdom and culture. Along with his family, he has created the Pakarinka Sisari, or Center for Ancestral Wisdom, displaying sacred musical instruments, pre-Colombian bowls, and symbolic clay hands for guidance and protection. With the majestic mountain, Imbabura as the backdrop, the center is a place to learn about ancient Andean ways and connect with Mother Nature. He has appeared in two films directed by Iris Brooks and Jon H. Davis. In Languages Lost and Found, he speaks his native tongue and plays a 300-year old condor feather flute and for the new, interactive DVD, Awakening Languages: A Personal Exploration, Sharing, and Questioning.
Don Oscar is the Co-founder of Centro de Sabiduría Ancestral Pakarinka Sisari, Agato, Pichincha, Ecuador.
The 18th Annual New York Shamanic Gathering!
Sunday, October 9, 2016
From 12.30pm -to- 6pm (rain or shine!)
Meet us in Central Park at The Great Hill (Entrance Central Park West @ 103 – 106 street)
ALL ARE WELCOME! KIDS, PETS ADULTS.
Come and participate in ceremonies and rituals from many shamanic traditions, drum, sing, dance, share food, journey to the spirit world & shapeshift with community to create a better world.
Partial list of presenters:
NY Shamanic Circle – Core-Members
Kalpulli Yayauhki Tezcatlipoca – Mexica Dance group
Judith Grasshopper -Water Blessing
Jim Wood– Celtic Shaman
Susana Tapia Leon & Friends Singing Sacred Songs
Irma StarSpirit Woman & Friends Jaguar Balam Dance.
Oscar Santillan – Ecuadorian Shaman & sound healer
Kate Anjahlia Loye – Vocal toning
Itzhak Beery – Anaconda dance
The event is FREE -donations are appreciated!
We bring together local shamans and shamans from around the world. They will share earth-honoring practices and ways to foster environmental sustainability, social fairness, spiritual balance, and empowerment of the participants.
Last year more than 300 attendees, elders and shamanic teachers joined our celebration! New York’s largest and longest-running shamanic gathering welcomes New Yorkers of all ages and backgrounds.
Hope You Can Join In The Fun!
For our potluck picnic, please bring food & non-alcoholic drinks. Bring warm clothing, a blanket, a rattle or drum, a notepad & pen. Feel free to bring flyers & business card to share with the community.