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 Post subject: Drumming & tribal singing, London 21 June
PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 9:19 am 
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Free event at the Scoop, More London (by City Hall).

Drumming & Tribal Singing with the London College of Spirituality
Date: 21 June
Time: 18:30 – 20:30

For the final evening of Mindfulness the London College of Spirituality bring an hour of South American and African Shamanic drumming, instrumental music and singing followed by Icaros singing. Your host, Akasha Wacha has trained with tribes in the Amazon jungle for over 9 years and brings a wealth of native tribal songs, creating a live musical spectacle.

Icaros are the sacred Tribal songs from South America. They are passed down by mouth from their ancestors and carry the message of love for humanity and planet.

Shamanic Cultures are a collection of indigenous people who carry the traditions passed down from their ancestors, maintaining a deep connection to the earth and spiritual values of love, connection and celebration.

London College of Spirituality is a grassroots community of individuals, passionate about empowerment and service. It is a non religious organisation that encourages individuals to explore what spirituality means to them; LCS see spirituality as a way of life, a path of open mindedness, compassion and love. They deliver talks, workshops and events in central London, offering Londoners the chance to embrace their potential and create the path towards self fulfilment, happiness and peace. LCS encourages individuals to create outer social change through humanitarian and environmental work. www.londoncollegeofspirituality.co.uk

8) I'll be there (gods willing)


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 Post subject: Re: Drumming & tribal singing, London 21 June
PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:58 am 
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I hope you have a super time, Helen.

We were in Cheltenham yesterday buying Gill her Shamanic drum.

The place was an old chicken farm but I have never seen so many sound instruments in one place before - drums of all types, singing bowls from several countries, gongs, rattles, shakers, strung chairs, castanets and many more.

A few of his goodies can be seen here Sound Travels

He sells on the internet and if you want to go to his showroom you have to make an appointment sp you can try all models of the item you are looking for.

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 Post subject: Re: Drumming & tribal singing, London 21 June
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He looks like....wotsisname....Fearnley-Something!


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 Post subject: Re: Drumming & tribal singing, London 21 June
PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:44 pm 
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He does look like Hugh Fernley-frozen-to-death on his website but he has recently had Harley Street eye surgery and no longer wears glasses.

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