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Traditional Medicine ~ Seed and Water, the Indigenous Peoples of Chile

  • Golden Drum 97 Green Street, G1 Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)
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Leaders, traditional authorities and the Medicine Women of Likan Antay and Mapuche to speak on the intimate relationship of seeds, water, and indigenous spirituality. The Mapuche Nation has one of the largest water reserves in the world on the Likan Antay Nation is home to the driest desert in the world.

The two Nations work together and are recognized worldwide for their fight against companies and statehood to preserve its unpolluted areas so that they may also continue their spiritual practices. They would like to share their stories, songs, ceremonial drums and dance with the intention to provoke a reflection from attendees, bringing health and harmony to them.

Cost (cash only at door): $15 with pre-registration, $20 at the door

Earlier Event: April 24
Community Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
Later Event: April 26
Dream Seed: A Shamanic Sound Journey