Drum Birthing With Barbara Ocskai

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The Cunning Crow Apothecary says
It is an honor to be the keeper of a drum. The spirit of the animal and the spirit of the tree live within the drum, known as Chen Chegas. It is a living, breathing entity. The drum’s beat will help you to call upon the Mystery and the spirits that protect you, guide you and watch over you. Drumming is prayer. A drum is purposeful. The drum has many uses from healing ceremonies to personal journey work. They are art crafted of the organic, they are sacred medicine tools. One could spend a life time learning from a drum.

To birth a drum is a beautiful process of connecting to the animal and tree sprits and singing the hide into place. Each drum making workshop is a labor of love, it is easing the lace ever tighter to stretch the drum head into its voice. Every drum has its own voice and it’s power. The sounds of the drum are a calling to align all hearts that hear its voice. The drum beat is the Earth’s heartbeat held in your hands, drum and drumstick. To birth a drum is a very full day – intention and prayer, patience and care.

Drum making workshops for individuals or groups are scheduled monthly. Shaman style hand drum, a two-sided drums and lodge drums are made using custom hoops made of cedar wood by a local artist in Everson, WA. The drumstick, icabu, can be made with cedar, fir or driftwood, and antler.

This will be a full day of ceremony which means we may run later then 7pm. You will receive a preparation emial upon registration and all supplies will be provided.

Fee for workshop is $225 and includes materials. Attendees are asked to prepay so that materials can be gathered. Please do so here at Soul Proprietor: http://soulproprietor.org/product/drum-birthing-day-2/
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By: The Cunning Crow Apothecary

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