Shamanic Winter Solstice Social

On this sacred evening of the Winter Solstice, join shaman and curandera Olivia Olkowski as we practice age-old shamanic rituals celebrating the longest night of the year. With fire, flowers, and spirits, we will cleanse the dense energies of our past year and, in ceremony, we’ll welcome back the Sun. We’ll explore practices that allow us to connect with our guides/ancestors, bringing information and healing for our soul and life-path, and helping turn the “wheel of time” forward. We also will have time to integrate these experiences, sharing our year’s end in community, with socializing and snacks, reconnecting with old friends, and meeting new ones.

Notes: * Rum will be used ceremonially, but will not be consumed. Please plan to wear white or ceremonial clothing, which helps keep the energy high and clear. Bring a rattle or drum (if you have one), water bottle, small notepad and pen. Arrive early to get situated before our prompt 6:30pm start time. No late arrivals please.











When: Wed., Dec. 21, 2016 at 6:15 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: New York Open Center
22 E. 30th St.
212-219-2527
Price: $38
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On this sacred evening of the Winter Solstice, join shaman and curandera Olivia Olkowski as we practice age-old shamanic rituals celebrating the longest night of the year. With fire, flowers, and spirits, we will cleanse the dense energies of our past year and, in ceremony, we’ll welcome back the Sun. We’ll explore practices that allow us to connect with our guides/ancestors, bringing information and healing for our soul and life-path, and helping turn the “wheel of time” forward. We also will have time to integrate these experiences, sharing our year’s end in community, with socializing and snacks, reconnecting with old friends, and meeting new ones.

Notes: * Rum will be used ceremonially, but will not be consumed. Please plan to wear white or ceremonial clothing, which helps keep the energy high and clear. Bring a rattle or drum (if you have one), water bottle, small notepad and pen. Arrive early to get situated before our prompt 6:30pm start time. No late arrivals please.

Buy tickets/get more info now