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Founder of the International Indigenous University, Thaayrohyadi is an elder and a traditional healer who travels internationally offering teachings and ceremonies in the ways of his ancestors. He is on the “Pilgrimage to the Four Directions for the Healing of Mother Earth” in preparation for the “8000 Sacred Drums for Peace” healing ceremony to take place at the Otomi Ceremonial Center in Temoaya, Mexico on the Spring Equinox of 2011.
New Year's Eve Celebration with the heARTbeat Collective
Friday, December 31 at 10:00pm - Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 5:00am
Location HeARTbeat Collective
Jamaica Plain, MA
The heARTbeat Collective is thankful to announce our line up for our New Year's Eve celebration this year.
with Raquy and the Cavement, Dj Addambomb, and lots of fun and magic. "Read More" below for event details.
Body Reading and Core Energetics Work: More often than not when someone has a problem or concern it is talked out. However, all of our emotions and chronic issues are stored in the body. This workshop is designed to help you be able to better read how energy moves in the body as well as provide an opportunity to move these issues through Core Energetics processes.
Suggested Sliding Scale Donation: $15-50
Every Day Sacred: the Art of Conscious Living
with Una Gallagher
Through the daily use of prayer and ritual we are able to slow down enough
to see the beauty all around us and to build sacred relationship with the
worlds in which we live, as we strive to discover our true nature and be
in balance with all life.
Topics of discussion: Creating simple daily ritual & practice, Altar
building & maintaining, Techniques for grounding, centering & connecting.
Sliding scale suggested donation: $15.- $35.
This Friday evening, come and join us at Spontaneous Celebrations as we kick off Drum, Dance and Sing with a listening party with Mz. Imani. Donations for Drum, Dance and Sing will cover admission to this pre-event that kicks off at 8pm.
Mz. imani has been walking the path of the drum for nearly 25 years, and is one of the
women who diligently worked to make drumming accessible to her sis-stars. Mz. imani
has been trained in drumming, shamanism, singing, fire ceremony and collaborative art
by many. One of her primary mentors being Babatunde Olatunji, she is committed to
Our friends at Earthlands are holding an event we'd like to support:
Day of the Dead Celebration of Life and Death,
39 Glasheen Rd. Petersham, MA www.Earthlands.org
Saturday, Nov. 6th, noon-8pm
dress up and costuming encouraged
Honoring our ancestors and departed loved ones
12pm-4, Create altars, art for the procession, enjoy each other and the land
4pm, Revelry and Reverence around the fire, Pot Luck
photos of loved ones welcome, Please bring food to share
Luminated Labyrinth for quiet contemplation
Join us as we gather for the Hunter's Moon. We'll share from our hearts and reflect on the time of the harvest and abundance,
on what and how we've grown, and on the thinning of the veil, and the honoring of our ancestors.
We honor the Full Moon a night early on Thursday, October 21st.
Each month we gather in some way to celebrate this time on or close to when our light in the night shines it's brightest. Check back monthly for more details pertaining to the Full Moon Gatherings.
Date : October 21st , Thursday
Time : 8pm till 11pm
The Jamaica Plain Forum Presents and the First Church in Jamaica Plain, UU
Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 7pm
Long-exploited as a resource-extraction colony within the U.S., the Appalachian Mountains are
home to a fight for survival whose outcome will determine in part the industrial might of this
country. Our insatiable demand for cheap power has lead to the most extreme, devastating form
of coal mining yet, Mountaintop Removal (MTR). The TRUE COST OF COAL graphic is an
elaborate narrative illustration that visually explores the interconnections between ENERGY,
Come grab some fun stuff at crazy cheap prices from the catacombs of 35 Wyman and socialize with lovely loving people!
Furniture, instruments, movies, books, electronics, and random treasures!
With live music!
See you there!
It's that time again friends. Hope the summer brought you all joy and growth.
We were born to be creative. We honor the Full Moon on Thursday, September 23rd. Each month we gather in some way to celebrate this time on or close to when our light in the night shines it's brightest. Check back monthly for more details pertaining to the Full Moon Gatherings
Date : September 23rd , Thursday
Time : 8pm till 11pm
Location : In the BARN, maybe in the yard as well, 35 Wyman St., JP
Please bring water, snacks and instruments
We often have time to dance and sing together at these gatherings
Create a Wind Turbine Workshop
Sunday, Aug. 22nd, around noon time.
Interested in renewable energy? We'll be hosting an experimental workshop on building your own windmill using everyday construction materials and a reclaimed electric motor. The motor is an old treadmill motor, and we'll construct the blades and create a casing from pvc pipe and sheet metal. Bring your gloves!
At White Owl Farm in Tyngsboro, MA, as part of the weekend event The Alchemical Wedding.
Led by Seth Malloy.
White Owl Farm
21 Willowdale rd
Tyngsboro, MA 01879
Mandaza Kandemwa at Earthlands Preserve in Petersham, MA
Monday, July 12th, noon- Tuesday, July 13th, 3pm.
Mandaza is an amazing healer visiting from Zimbabwe, known for his work with ancestors, water,
children and community gatherings called Dare.
There will be a healing ceremony on Monday night.
His work supports his village back in Zimbabwe.
Saturday, June 12, 2010 at 11:00pm
Brooklyn Urban Sanctuary
::: B.U.S & HeArtbeat Collective Presents ::::
Saturday June 12th, 11pm-dawn
Raquy and the Cavemen
DJ Morphous w/ ShiZaru
DJ Addam Bombb
Dance performance by Sarah Jezebel Wood and Elizabeth Muise
Aerial Silk by the Acronymph
$10 in advance!! http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/115404
$20 at the door!
Ben Levin Group
Singer Mali from Jaggery
Viennagram (from Providence)
Temple Sound and Stage is an awesome room right in JP Centre, on top of City Feed and Supply, and it's amazing to help bring a bunch of people to this new space. There's an accordion out there right now that's hurting bad, and she needs our help.
A note from Jason:
Made in the late 80's. Musette tuning. 40 buttons, and a whole lot of magic. Unfortunately on our last tour, the humidity hurt her bad. I've had her tuned a couple of times over the
Join us for another day of Cob Wall building! Our first of the season. -an experience for those willing to get dirty, an ancient, totally sustainable building technique that is experiencing a revival across the country! Great fun with the community. Food provided for all those that help out. Bring a change of clothes and a clean towel. We will be making batches of "dough" and bricks from clay, subsoil and straw all day. Come play in the mud!--
A Cobbalicious Good Time for All