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Shamanic Sound Journey with Sika, Hawkes Bay

Shamanic Sound Journey with Sika, Hawkes Bay


A magical evening of shamanic visioning and sound healing.

The didgeridoo forms an important foundation for Sika's music, however he also uses drums, native flutes, voice and a broad selection of historical Maori instruments. Sika plays intuitively in-the-moment, as his beloved collection of natural instruments open him and us to spirit. His deep vocal sounds add to the soundscapes, as do foraged natural objects like leaves, sticks, bones and shells.
Other sources of sound such as water, fire, trees, animals and wind are used with the ultimate intention to build soundscapes that enable us to leave time and enter a trance.

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 each sound journey.

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.

ABOUT SIKA:
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 downloads will be available to buy on the night. Credit cards accepted!

SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING COVID RESTRICTIONS:
This event is 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.
TICKETS:
$40 per person online in advance
$70 Family Discount (for two adults). Children FREE (up to Age 16).
$50 per adult on the door - if there is still space.

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Look forward to journeying with you!

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When

Wednesday 8 December, 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Cost

Restrictions: All Ages

Advance Ticket $35.00

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Where

Taruna College, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
33 Te Mata Peak Rd, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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