Tap into the sound of the Andes with Andean flute master Tito La Rosa and keyboard virtuoso Tavo Castillo. Visiting from their native land of Peru, La Rosa and Castillo have been playing together for over 20 years and have recorded numerous albums together, including “Ritual”, “Nasca” and “Antología”.
The Heart and Mind Festival Annex is honored to present The Power of the Sacred Human, a special event to celebrate the Spring Equinox, in partnership with the Rubin Museum or Art. Through an interactive experience that will include sacred rituals, concerts, meditations, lectures, and panel discussions, attendees will learn about the presenters’ visions, wisdom, and ways of life. Join us in celebrating the Power of the Sacred Human.
Please join us for a very special event: The Path of the Heyoka: Teachings with Waste Oyate Win from the Sicangu Oyate Nation.
We invite you to share in a celebration of the Vernal Equinox with a Mayan Cacao Ceremony featuring Mayan elder Tata Pedro Cruz.
The Sacred Chakana is related to the four sacred directions, the four altars and the elements. Healing with Flowers is a ceremony of blossoming, of rebirth, of bond with our inner world.
We present 9 healing musical instruments and explain their function in relation to the physical and astral bodies. We relate it to your life and to the awakening of your inner universe.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the system of the 20 nawales and initiate yourself into daily Mayan wisdom with Tata Pedro Cruz of the Tzutujil Mayan Tradition.
In this workshop, you will receive the Reiki symbols, which will allow you to take your Reiki healing to a deeper level. You will learn about the spirit of healing and Reiki at an emotional and mental level, receive deeper teachings on the nature of the light body, more advanced techniques of energetic hygiene, and how to work with Reiki beyond the frame of time and space.
In this special day workshop you will learn how to draw the face of a female Buddha (such as the face of Green Tara or White Tara). This is dome through the Tibetan Buddhist thangka tradition and therefore we will work with the traditional ‘grid measurements’ that contain the right proportions.
In this evening workshop you will learn how to draw a Lotus Flower according to the Tibetan Buddhist thangka tradition.
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