Celebrate and honor the new moon time with a deep restorative yoga practice accompanied by the healing vibrations of live sitar.
In this lecture with Maestro Manuel Rufino, founder of SARF, Golden Drum and MAISC, we will discuss how most native and shamanic knowledge is preserved through stories, songs, oral traditions, initiation rites and more.
Come together with us for this special Solstice gathering featuring Taino Elder Maestro Manuel Rufino, renowned Andean musician Tito La Rosa, meditation leader Nithya Shanti, and shamanic sound ensemble Dream Seed.
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.
Experience handmade indigenous art including original paintings created by master Amazonian painters, handcrafted didgeridoos and drums, sacred tools and more!
Tibetan Mantra Healing is the practice of using sound and vibration as a medium to heal body and mind. Drukmo Gyal finds herself in a unique position between ancient tradition and emerging science.
Leaders, traditional authorities and the Medicine Women of Likan Antay and Mapuche to speak on the intimate relationship of seeds, water and indigenous spirituality
Journey to places where indigenous communities practice ancient ceremonies and prayers, upholding traditions which have gone uninterrupted for thousands of years.
We invite YOU! your families, schools and communities to join us in painting a pictorial celebration of indigenous people from around the earth. This is an open and free event. The mural will be at 118 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn.
By ascribing sacred meaning to forms, proportions and symbols, artists and craftspeople imbue and sanctify their creations. In this hands-on class we will explore sacred geometry in a variety of media.
During this evening workshop you will learn how to draw the Face of the Buddha according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
In this meditative day workshop you will learn to how to draw animals according to the traditional Tibetan thangka tradition (scroll paintings of Buddhas and Mandalas).The animals that are depicted on thangkas are for example deer, yaks, fish, birds and peacocks.
By ascribing sacred meaning to forms, proportions and symbols, artists and craftspeople imbue and sanctify their creations. In this hands-on class we will explore sacred geometry in many forms.
Join us for an evening of devotional chanting hosted by memebers of The Bhakti Center!
We will be making one-sided hand drums, using wooden frames made of maple, elk, buffalo or deer hide, and sinew. We will join together in a full day of ceremony, learn songs and create our sacred instruments.
Learn about the ways that the elemental energies of nature are manifested through the body and mind and become empowered to create the perfect alchemy for harmony, and a sense of communion with all life.
This Lunation we welcome the energy of the humanitarian Aquarius. Eclipses herald times of significant change and movement.
A fun, delicious and perhaps romantic afternoon learning the basics of raw chocolate preparation
Learn the basics this free-hand beading technique and creating a beadwork piece.
In this 5hour workshop you will learn specific techniques that will enable you to create a unique 2 or 3 feather smudge fan.
A special fundraiser for Uganda Medical Outreach, in honor of the birthday of Sat Guru Dr. Serge Raynaud de La Ferriere, featuring Maestro Manuel Rufino and more!
Shamanic chanting, mantras, overtone singing, Native American songs, and more are used to create an environment conducive to deep relaxation and inward investigation.
Open to the ancient sound within you guided by the wisdom and expertise of Archival Songstress Peia Luzzi.
We invite you, our friends and family, to join us in celebration as we collectively move into a new season of our lives during this winter holiday season.
This is a free event welcome to all!
“Mythology is beyond words. Beyond images, beyond that bounding rim of the Buddhist Wheel of Becoming. Mythology pitches the mind beyond that rim, to what can be known but not told.”
These musicians bring their deep understanding of Indian Classical Music to Brooklyn for an evening of high-energy meditative sounds.
Mystical soundscapes of world music and meditation teachings from sacred traditions across the globe featuring singer and songwriter Ixchel Prisma