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THE HEART & MIND FESTIVAL


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THE HEART & MIND FESTIVAL


In a time and place where humanity is at a crossroads, The Heart & Mind Festival has become a trusted ground for all people choosing to awaken on the path of consciousness.

At The Heart & Mind Festival, elders, teachers, indigenous wisdom keepers, and people devoted to the consciousness movement worldwide come to offer their visions, wisdom, and ways. 

The Heart & Mind Festival is not only a festival of celebration, it is a global movement. The festival is a participatory event, educating its audience through interactive experiences including sacred rituals, musical concerts, meditations, workshops, lectures and panel discussion.

Participants engage with artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, teachers, visionaries, healers, and freethinkers to celebrate and cultivate ourselves for the universal good of all.

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UPCOMING EVENTS


UPCOMING EVENTS


Changing Tides - A Fundraiser for Our Underwater Relatives and the Salish Sea

Featuring Taino Elder Maestro Manuel Rufino, Grandmother Clara Soaring Hawk of the Deer Clan, Tata Pedro Cruz, Kevin Nathaniel, Theresa Bear Fox, Kurt Russo, Peia, Nickodemus, Geraldine Patrick Encina, and Dream Seed.


December 15, 2018

3:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Daya Yoga Studio

360 JEFFERSON ST, 1A & IB

Brooklyn, NY 11237

Price: $35 Updated price thanks to our generous partners!

I CAN'T ATTEND BUT WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION

In 1970, over 40 orcas were brutally captured from the Salish Sea in Northwest Washington and taken to marine parks around the world. During that capture, at least five of the orcas were killed. Tokitae, who was just three years old at the time of capture, is the sole survivor, living alone in a small and isolated tank at Miami Seaquarium where she has been performing acts for food rewards for 48 years. Tokitae has not seen another orca since 1980. The Lummi Nation intend to change this by returning her to her home pod at the Eastsound, Orcas Island. Bring Tokitae Home!

This event will raise funds to support the Lummi Nation’s plight to return Tokitae to the Salish Sea.


DAY INCLUDES:

  • CACAO CEREMONY!

  • Special opening ceremony with Grandmother Clara Soaring Hawk

  • Ecstatic Dance with DJ Nickodemus

  • Dream Seed Shamanic Sound Healing

  • Concert with Kevin Nathaniel

  • Vegetarian dinner lovingly prepared by the Jungle Cafe

  • Song & Story share with Teresa Bear Fox

  • Presentation by Dr. Kurt Russo’s on Tokitae and our underwater relatives of the Salish Sea

  • Panel Discussion on Spiritual Ecology & Conservation with Maestro Manuel Rufino, Tata Pedro Cruz, Grandmother Clara Soaring Hawk, Geraldine Patrick Encina, and Dr. Kurt Russo

  • Concert with PEIA


PRESENTERS

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CONTACT


CONTACT


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