TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS have been used for centuries for healing
and meditation. They create a range of sounds and restore vibratory
frequencies by balancing stagnant, excessive, or constrained
energies of the body, mind, and spirit.
The hour includes a guided meditation and deep rest that can restore your energetic center giving way to a feeling of regeneration and renewal. The singing itself is about 30 to 45 minutes followed by 10 minutes of silence. During the meditation, the healer might intuitively place a bowl or two on a person to balance their energy. Then we will take our time to come back and debrief our experiences if there is interest. Make sure to leave yourself enough time for the full experience, arrive a few minutes early, and stay through the end.
All are welcome.
HEALER NANCY DURAND LANSON was introduced to meditation when she was 17. At 18 she went to see Gurumayi from the Siddha yoga path for an intensive in Italy and was given “Shaktipat”. She’s practiced meditation, mindfulness, and active listening for 25 years. Nancy became a healer certified with Reiki, E.I.T, and Tibetan bowl singing.
Nancy is also the well-loved “Soaptivist” and owner/founder of Ancestral French Soaps. Nancy revived a sixteenth-century recipe which originated from Spain, France, and Italy in the Mediterranean region to create her signature beautiful, vegan, waste-free, and organic soaps including body bars, all-purpose soap, shaving soap, and shampoos.
Dancing with the Cannibal Giant:
Healing Collective Trauma & Reconnecting with Our Spiritual Source
A Workshop led by Sherri Mitchell Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset
with restorative yoga from Sundew Studio
We have all been impacted by histories of violence. The oppressed, the oppressor, and the witness alike bear the wounds of our collective past. This two-day workshop will take participants on an intensive journey into Native American mythology and cosmology, as a means of healing our collective wounds and reconnecting with our spiritual source. Together, we will look at the psychic and spiritual wounds that we all share and learn how we can untangle their hold on our hearts and minds. Participants will be asked to look at the history that led to this traumatization and explore how it continues to impact their lives. We will also learn how to hold sacred space for one another while our trauma is present. In this process, we will learn that there is a safe space for us to occupy together, whole and intact. Then, we can begin the process of healing our divisions, so that we can go back and claim a new future for all living beings.
Sherri Mitchell Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset is an Indigenous rights activist, spiritual teacher, and transformational change maker born and raised on the Penobscot Indian reservation (Penawahpskek). She speaks and teaches around the world on issues of Indigenous rights, environmental justice, and spiritual change. Her broad base of knowledge allows her to synthesize many subjects into a cohesive whole, weaving together a multitude of complex issues and articulating them in a way that both satisfies the mind and heals the heart.