This session will be run by John Lee as part of the University’s Harmony Day celebrations, and will take place in the Clubhouse beneath Bar on the Hill.
About the Event
The Shamanic Tradition is a tradition based around care of the Earth and valuing the different seasons, and is a world-wide practice of the ancient pre-Roman inhabitants of the British Isles, of Asia, of pre-European South America and of the Native Americans. Some Indigenous Australian elders are also practitioners.
In this event, the beat of the Native American Shaman Drum is used to initiate a Trance state and to facilitate spirit travel to other dimensions, to the past or the future, or to the Lower World to meet one’s Power Animals.
Anyone who is familiar with praying in the Christian or Muslim manner will feel comfortable, as will those who practice Meditation in the New Age sense.
About John Lee
My grand-father was a Chinese Gold Miner in the Northern Territory goldfields in the 1870s, and I was born an raised in Far North Queensland. My family genealogy traces back over 800 years to the Song Dynasty in China. In 2017, I commenced a PhD titled, “The Emerging Convergence of Science and Spirituality, and the Implications for Education”.