alchemy for a new
How to Flourish and Thrive in Challenging Times
July 14 - 16th
This workshop is based on ancient practices and geared to create miracles for yourself, others, and the Earth.
Using the alchemical principles so with/in—so with/out and as above—so below, learn to shift into a state of oneness and harmony.
Transmute negative beliefs, attitudes and energies.
Create change in health, relationships, and the environment.
Working with imagination, Spirit allies, Nature, Guided Meditation, and Sound will help you shapeshift into congruence and balance.
All levels, experiences and traditions are welcome!
Please bring a single frame drum and rattle, a rock, something to lie on, an eye covering, and journal.
Suggested reading: Medicine for the Earth: How to Transform Personal and Environmental Toxins by Sandra Ingerman.
Workshop starts promptly at 3:00 PM on Friday, July 14th and ends at
1:00 PM on Sunday July 16.
$522 for weekend.
Organic meals included.
Some onsite lodging available, and free tenting.
Tony Allicino, student and practitioner of shamanism since 1997, has taught workshops at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY, The Open Center, Shantigar, Journeys to the Soul, Spirit Hollow, Kirkridge, Easton Mountain, Menla House, Dawn Manor, and Shamanic Fire Reiki. He has studied shamanic traditions with Michael Harner, Sandra Ingerman, Tom Cowan, Christina Pratt, Nan Moss & David Corbin, Uncle Angaangao, Ailo Gaup, and indigenous shamans of North and South America, and Nepal; ecstatic dances and movements with Gabrielle Roth, Emilie Conrad and Alessandra Belloni. A participant of indigenous Sacred Dances in the US, he is a Grail Reiki Master, graduate of Sandra Ingerman’s Teacher Training Program, member of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, Society of Shamanic Practices, ShamanicTeachers.com, and walked the Camino de Santiago. Since 2007, he hosts monthly Shamanic Drum Circle in NYC where he lives and sees clients.