Tuesday 28 January, 7.30 – 9 pm: Introduction to shamanic journeying

Join shamanic practitioner Eve Cunningham for an introductory evening of shamanic journeying.
Shamanism is an ancient healing tradition. The word shaman originates from the Tungus tribe in Siberia. Anthropologists have used it to refer to the spiritual and ceremonial leaders among indigenous cultures worldwide. Shamanism is thus the universal spiritual wisdom inherent to all indigenous tribes.
Shamanic journeying is a way of communicating with the inner or spirit self and retrieving information. Shamanic journeying may be undertaken for personal healing, to meet spirit guides, or to receive guidance on a particular question.
The journeying method will be the beat of a drum, which allows the listener to reach a deep meditative state in order to travel to one of the inner planes of consciousness, which are known as the Upper, Middle, and Lower Worlds.
No previous experience of shamanic journeying is required.
All welcome.