The Watch Tower (tigerman) wrote in localguard404,
The Watch Tower

October Shamanic Information

You are invited to The NY Shamanic Circle’s 6th Annual
Sunday, October 10th at The Great Hill / Central Park, NYC
(Enter the park at either 103rd - 106th Streets and Central Part WEST)
1pm - Sunset.

Join our earth honoring community for a day of celebrating nature and the spirit world. Eat, drum, sing, dance, journey, shapeshift, meet indigenous shamans who will lead us in beautiful ceremonies and rituals. Everyone is welcome, especially children. Please bring along a drum or a rattle, if you have one, a pen & notepad, to record your journeys, a bandanna and a pillow to sit on. Also bring food and drinks for a potluck lunch and any literature you or your organization want to share with our community. You may also want to bring a blanket to lie on when we journey.
Rain or shine!!!

wishes to remind you of our next
Shamanic Drumming Circle -
Friday - October 8th - 7:15 PM

The Children's Aid Society
219 Sullivan St. NYC
(between West 3rd & Bleecker Streets, near Washington Square) in the Auditorium.


1. The New York Shamanic WOMEN'S CIRCLE meets the 1st Sunday of every month (4 to 6 PM) at the TRS Professional Suites, 44 East 32nd Street, (between Madison & Park) 11th floor. For information contact Next meeting: October 3rd
2. The New York Shamanic HEALING CIRCLE meets the 3rd Saturday of every month from 2:00 to 5:00 PM. For information contact Next meeting: October 16th.

Suggested donation for each circle: $5.00 to $10.00

Visit us at our new website:
If you'd like to read a lists of upcoming shamanic and healing events, go to out website,, and click on ShamanicListings. The listings are updated on the 1st and 15th of the month. If you would like to receive an email telling you when the listing has been updated, reply to this email and put Subscribe to Listings in the subject.

Please contact us at
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