WEEKEND: Inca shaman to share teachings of heritage today in Port Townsend
Inca shaman Washington Gibaja Tapia will teach spiritual and healing work in Port Townsend.
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PORT TOWNSEND — Inca shaman Washington Gibaja Tapia from Peru's Sacred Valley will share the teachings of his lineage at the Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center, 3918 San Juan Ave., from 7 to 9 tonight.
Tapia is well-known for his spiritual and humanitarian work in healing and clairvoyance he learned through training with shamans from the Andes.
In “Medicine Power and the Energy of Mother Earth Healings,” the Condor of the South and the Eagle of the North will “fly together using the natural medicine of water, fire and wind to open, to clear, to hear the messages from the spirits of the Canyon of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and the Sacred Condor, and experience the pure energy we need to be successful, happy and have unity with our loved ones.”
Participants are asked to contribute $10 to $30.
Proceeds benefit Path of the Heart, a nonprofit organization led by Tapia that offers service programs to the children and families of the high Andes.
The event is limited to 75 participants. To reserve a space, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 360-379-5380.
Tapia also will hold private healing sessions Saturday and Sunday. Suggested contribution for these sessions is $75 to $90.
Email email@example.com to schedule a private healing.
Visit www.unitypt.org for more information on the Unity Spiritual Enrichment Center and www.pathoftheheart.org or www.magicaltourperu.com for more information on Tapia's work.
Last modified: August 21. 2014 3:42PM