Our apologies: Oakley Gordon has had to return to the USA due to acute illness. We will work to arrange full refunds asap and thank you so much for your patience.
From Debra & Neil
We've secured another great speaker for you Manchester! Oakley Gordon is a published author, professor of psychology and explorer. For many years he has worked with Americo Yabar and the indigenous Q'ero in Peru, studying what Americo calls 'the Salka way'. Salka is the natural, free energy of life, it is what makes us feel alive and part of the living Cosmos.
"For this path, you dont need a guru. You need the Pachamama (the great being who is mother earth); you need the Apus (the great beings that are the majestic mountain peaks); you need the stars, the wind, the trees, the rivers and the sun."
This is how Oakley E Gordon, author, professor of psychology and explorer describes the path he has experienced directly for over twenty years with the indigenous peoples in the High Andes of Peru.
In this evening of exploration and guided meditations, Oakley will share some of the profound beauty and mystery of the Andean Cosmovision that can help us in the West reconnect with the wild, undomesticated parts of ourselves and ultimately can lead us to a more harmonious and sustainable way of being.
In this evening of exploration and guided meditations, Oakley will share some of the profound beauty and mystery of the Andean Cosmovision to help us reconnect with the wild, undomesticated parts of ourselves and back to a more harmonious and sustainable way of being. It is promoted and managed by Neil Brocklehurst and Debra Delglyn, initiates and practitioners of the Inka way based in Manchester.
We'll move between seating lecture-style and on the floor so please dress comfortably and bring a cushion (or two). And note that following this evening talk Oakley is leading a days workshop at the Gathering Fields near Lancaster on Saturday 12th August - get your tickets now, they're limited! Search "Reconnecting with the Wild" for details.
Friends Meeting House (View)
Manchester M2 5NS
|Dog Friendly: No
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!