Our next meeting

Thursday 27th June 2019

Annual General Meeting
plus a shamanic journey

Shananic Journey

With Adrian Dodd and Bernard Misell

We have a very crowded June meeting on Thursday the 27th ... so now is the time to beat the drum about what is on the agenda.

First of all we have our Annual General Meeting to elect and appoint the society's officers and committee members and receive reports on the past year.

This is usually a very quick occasion and it is expected this AGM will be completed fairly rapidly - not least because we have a fairly crowded evening scheduled.

For the society's main event will be thanks to not one but two long-time James Braid Society members who will take those present on a shamanic journey.

Adrian Dodd has in the past explained and opened up the world of shamanic therapy. On the 27th however he will be joined by Bernard Misell and both will be bringing their drums with them.

They promise it will be nothing like your own hypnotherapy sessions but will be an uplifting and therapeutic experience for all those present ... and you do not need to know anything about shamanic beliefs or procedures to take part.

Adrian Dodd
Adrian Dodd

has been drumming and using shamanic practices for about 45 years.  He has endeavoured to follow the path throughout his life. He drums for trancework, spirit retrieval, guidance both physical and spiritual, but mainly for trance and enjoyment. In his practices he has used both African and Native American Indian drums and rattles as well as the didgeridoo. 

Bernard Misell
is also an experienced practitioner and he has recently made and painted his own drum.



The meeting will takes place at the  at “The Carpenters Arms”, 12 Seymour Place,  W1H 7NE – just off Edgware Road & close to Marble Arch tube station.  Meetings start at 7.15pm

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