We will explore how to turn all life experiences into opportunities for spiritual growth, by tapping into your authentic power and living courageously. Using gentle humor and clear-telling, deep wisdom, Gary will share how to dig deep and take responsibility to empower and change yourself in ways currently beyond your imagination, but not your capability.
James Arthur Ray, New York Times best-selling author and world thought leader, is changing the way people think about wealth. As a personal consultant to business leaders across the country and a renowned visionary with over two decades of experience traveling the globe studying the thoughts, actions and habits of those who experience true wealth in all aspects of their lives, James is available to offer up expert insight on finding Harmonic Wealth in any economic climate.
We give our power away and we lose a part of our soul. Be a possibility thinker! Turn on the creative juice and be a visionary! Get your life on track and in line with who you all are and what you can do to realize your destiny.
Caroline Myss is dedicated to creating educational programs in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition. In 2003, she established CMED, her own educational institute, which offers two programs, each running three courses per year, on Sacred Contracts and Mysticism. Caroline also maintains a rigorous international workshop and lecture schedule and continues a consultation practice as a medical intuitive with physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other health practitioners.
NVC language strengthens our ability to inspire compassion from others and respond compassionately to others and ourselves. NVC guides us to reframe how we express ourselves, how we hear others and resolve conflicts by focusing our consciousness on what we are observing, feeling, needing, and requesting.
Andrew Rezmer and guest host Little Woo present “Alchemy of Passion” on Conscious Living Radio. Featuring interviews with inspirational guests Joel Bellenson (geneticist, futurist, entrepreneur), Sobey Wing (nexialist, neotribalist and catalyst) and Jeet-Kei Leung (multi-disciplinary artist, culture-crafter & visionary explorer). Also featuring a reading by Little Woo of the anonymous poem “I Tell The Story”.
Little Woo is a performance artist and spiritual teacher who enjoys sharing inspiration and transformation through diverse art forms. Be it dance, music, shadow puppetry, storytelling, healing workshops or community building, her work is playful, heartfelt and transcendent.
Black Cat Productions and Ekstasis Dance present LUMINANCE, a multimedia Winter Solstice celebration that includes film, dance performance, a Winter Solstice dance ritual, original electronic music producers, DJs, an art gallery with live visionary art, original visuals, and much more. Now in it’s fifth year, Luminance brings the most diverse Winter Solstice gathering once again to Vancouver’s premiere dance space, the Scotiabank Dance Centre, and it continues to unite dance communities from across the Lower Mainland in the ages-old celebration of light, greeting the return of the sun
The relationship between Sexuality and Spirituality will be explored at the upcoming Inner and Outer Landscapes Conference, Nov 7 to 9th, 2008, in Vancouver BC. Charlotte will explore the works of a number of different writers and thinkers to determine where the two experiences became separated and how we may reclaim the embodiment of both.
This workshop will focus on ayahuasca, a psychoactive brew (prepared from two plants indigenous to the Amazon) that is used in both traditional indigenous healing practices and modern syncretistic religious rituals. A panel of researchers and practitioners will discuss ayahuasca’s rapid globalization in the past decade and its various contemporary therapeutic and spiritual uses. Specific themes include an overview of the psychological and physiological effects of ayahuasca, the role of culture in mediating the ayahuasca experience (and issues of cross-cultural transferability), ethical issues pertaining to ayahuasca’s uptake in modern Western contexts, and policy challenges arising from the tea’s legal ambiguity in some countries.