Archive report of meeting
Thursday 27th June 2019
Past notice
Annual General Meeting
plus a shamanic journey
Shananic Journey


With Adrian Dodd and Bernard Misell

As always with our July meeting, this was a crowded evening combining both the society's Annual General Meeting plus the main attraction - a joint presentation on Shamanic drumming by two of our longest-serving members, Adrian Dodd and Bernard Misell.

Together Adrian and Bernard took members and guests on a shamanic journey.

Many members will recall that at previous meeting Adrian explained and opened up the world of shamanic therapy.

But at our July 2019 meeting he and Bernard Misell both brought their drums with them.

They had already promised it would be nothing like your own hypnotherapy sessions but still an uplifting and therapeutic experience for all those present.

  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,

Adrian Dodd
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
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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