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Shamanic Sound Journey, Christchurch
December 2, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$35 – $45
A magical evening of shamanic visioning and sound healing.
Held in the beautiful octagonal Mary Potter Community Centre Christchurch, with its spacious acoustics.
Advanced tickets are only available with a Vaccination Passport.
Unvaccinated people may buy a ticket on the door (if there’s space). See details below!
At this potent time, what is your heart’s longing? What do you need to call forth? What’s coming through you?
Sika will lead a guided visualisation which flows seamlessly into a live sound journey — featuring several didgeridoos, hoop drum, Taos drum, flutes, Taonga pūoro, shells, stones, leaves, voice and more.
Every journey is unique and everyone’s experience will be different. The primordial sound of the didgeridoo transports some people into ancient landscapes and ancestral stories. Some travel out into the cosmos and see powerful visions. Others experience emotional states or gain practical insights.
Sika creates a safe space to relax deeply and connect with our inner guidance.
There will be two journeys with an interval. Most people choose to lie down.
Sika is a multi-instrumentalist sound artist based in New Zealand. He has been offering Sound Journeys internationally for over 25 years and has the blessing of many Māori, Native American and Aboriginal elders, including the Yuin tribe of South Australia. He’s deeply humbled to share their instruments with people around the world.
What to bring?
Please bring a yoga mat, blanket, pillow or anything else you need to sit or lie down comfortably.
Also recommend a water bottle and a journal.
Sound Journey CDs and Sika merchandise will be available to buy on the night. Credit cards accepted.
$35 online in advance
$45 on the door – if there is still space
Kia ora Journeyers.
Where possible my events are open to people with or without a vaccination passport.
To make this possible we will have social distancing of 1m between each of us and reduced numbers of participants.
Unfortunately, advance tickets can only be sold from eventfinda, which requires passports. When travelling it gets too complicated to manage bookings outside of that, because the numbers are different for every venue and my brain can’t cope with it.
On the day of each event, I will announce on facebook if there are going to be any door tickets available and whether restrictions apply. This will be based on the traffic light level, the size of the venue and how many have already sold via eventfinda. Where possible I’m working with venues that have an open policy, however some venues now require everyone to have a vaccine passport.
Door tickets can be paid for at the door with cash or a credit card.