Shamanic Power Animal Workshop
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
7:00 PM–9:00 PM Sold Out
White Shamaness ChokBar from the southern Siberian region of Tuva returns to the Rubin Museum to cleanse workshop participants and guide them to understand “power animals.” In this workshop participants will gain a deeper appreciation of what shamanism is and isn’t.
Guiding questions include:
- What is a “power animal”?
- How does one becomes a shaman?
- Who are the “spirits”?
- What do shamans actually do?
- How do I choose a shaman?
- How should I experience a shamanic meditation?
Workshop participants will be asked to participate in movement and dance meditation. They should be sure to:
- Wear comfortable clothing
- Bring a yoga mat
- Bring an offering of one or more of the following: flowers, milk, white sugar, white rice, cheese, strong black tea, chocolate in shiny wrapping, carrots, cookies
About the Workshop Leader
Larisa Koronowski (ChokBar) had a mystical experience of light entering her body during meditation after which she was able to assist people in healing. Despite coming from a long line of shamanic healers, she resisted the calling, taking up jobs as a German language teacher and then as an interpreter for the Government of the Republic of Tuva at the Ministry of National Policy. She is a now a native Tuvan hereditary shamaness and is willing to share her secrets.
This program is now SOLD OUT.
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