New York Play List #5 October 29, 2011

Winter comes early to New York. Off to the Snow ho house for a cozy game of scrabble and sip of something warm and soothing to start the night on slow play. This is not the kind of evening for rushing around.

Looking forward to some funk later on with the fdeluxe at one of the country’s best small stages –Joe’s Pub

The vintage illustration on the blog today is a picture of my power animal.  I found it this week with the help of Shamanista Barnaby Rhue.  This is no ordinary bird. Albatrosses are highly efficient in the air, using dynamic soaring and slope soaring to cover great distances with little exertion.  Now that’s how I want to soar.

Play List recommendations for a slushy/windy/chilly fall evening –

Wishing Well by The Airborne Toxic Event

Winter Beats by I Break Horses

Staircase by Radiohead

Sanctified by fdeluxe

Hold On by SBTKRT (xoxoxox this band)

Non-ordinary reality

Looking forward to tomorrow’s Shamanic Healing Circle on Bethune Street. Requested an extraction healing to clean out some bad ju ju that’s been building up inside.

Never done this before, but the description reads as such:   The shaman journeys to the drumbeat in order to connect with their power animal and spirit guides. Following a brief diagnostic journey, the shaman can then remove bad vibes, nasty hitchhikers, stuck up energy, anger or frustrations. Perhaps banish these pre-winter blues.

- A range of healing practices from native cultures all over the globe which take place through communication with the spirit world. The work is based on the premise that the visible world is pervaded by invisible forces and spirits which affect the lives of the living.

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