Shamanic Journey Circle
The 3rd & 5th Friday of the Month
7-9pm in the DG Sanctuary ~ Fee: $20
Shamanic Journeying is an ancient technique used to deepen ones spiritual connections. Through his rhythmic drumming, David Beck will help transcend our normal conscious state and journey to meet the many helping spirits that are always surrounding us. Join us once a month to practice & delve into a deeper understanding of Shamanic Journeying with the support & guidance of David Beck.
You do not need to have any previous experience in Shamanism or journeying to enjoy & benefit from this circle, as this gathering will be supportive to newcomers and seasoned journeyers alike.
Participants should bring a blanket or mat to lay on, a bandanna or blindfold, and a notebook to record their journeys.
Newcomer’s are always warmly welcomed and encouraged.
Upcoming Dates for 2017
- February 17
- March 17
- March 31
- April 28 *** Please note that this is the 4th Friday
- May 19
- June 16
- June 30
- July 21
- August 18
- September 15
- September 29
- October 20
- November 17
- December 15
David Beck has been practicing and teaching shamanism for over 15 years. He is a naturalist in New York’s Hudson Valley. In this capacity he teaches local Native American culture, wilderness survival, orienteering & tracking. He has spent the last 20 years bringing these skills to children and adults. His passion is helping people of all ages reconnect with nature and find their way back to wilderness. He also sang with and has written songs for the Nimham Mountain Singers, a Unity Drum that performs Native American music.
“In our modern world, there seems to be so much conflict between people regarding spiritual beliefs. I believe that the technique of journeying holds one key to this problem. I have journeyed with people from many different backgrounds and although we “see” different things, we share a common bond. If the concept of journeying was used as a way for all faiths to deepen their spiritual connections, it would open an area of shared experience that each could understand. This would allow them to meet in a place of equality and possible even open their perspective. I hope that our world can come together and if journeying can be a bridge, I say we start building it today.” – David Beck