Unburdening Our Soul with Energy and Light: Using Andean Traditional Ceremony and Practices
Where: New York Open Center
22 E. 30th St.
212-219-2527 Price: Members $125/ Nonmembers $145
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The new emerging consciousness on the planet offers us a time to go within, heal our wounded past, and use the power of our own healing to empower others to heal. Jorge Luis Delgado, known as a “chacaruna” (bridge) who can assist people to connect to their spiritual self within their own traditions, will lead us in Incan ceremonies to release dark energies burdening our life and teach us how we can expand our consciousness and enhance our capacity for love, work, service, and wisdom. In this workshop we will learn to connect with the Spirit and Light (Ayayus & Illas) of the universe, using Chonta (a powerful wood) power sticks, and to apply practices to harmonize family relationships. We will also use the Chumpu Cuyas, the seven alabaster stones, to anchor the light and energy in the body. Jorge will offer an initiation ceremony for the tradition of Light and conclude the day with the Aymara buffet, an offering ceremony to thank Mother Earth, the spirit of the mountains, the Masters of life, and our relatives and friends.
A One-Day Workshop
Jorge Luis Delgado was trained by the Kallawaya shamans of the Lake Titicaca region and the Q’ero elders of Cusco, who are the last remaining tribal descendants of the Incas, and is recognized worldwide as an authority on the Inca tradition.