I’m getting excited about Aletheia next month. I’m planning to be on source team and my boyfriend is taking it, yay! There’s still time to tell your friends and family about it. To me there’s nothing better than helping someone open up to a new world of possibility, and Aletheia does just that!
In This Issue:
- Jason Digges interviews Mihai Banulescu about Authentic Relating in the Bay Area.
- Our next Aletheia Integral Relating Intensive is coming up July 28-30.
- Community member and downstairs office renter Eric Orton will be demonstrating his sound healing chairs as an opening to a 55 Tibetan Healing Bowl Experience by guest performer Dr. Dream.
There’s a lot of great events so look at our online calendar for more info and any last minute changes.
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Aletheia ~ Integral Relating Intensive
Friday July 28th through Sunday July 30th
This weekend intensive is hands-down the highest quality introductory circling program in the world. Our instructors are masterful in both teaching and practice. We’re spreading circling and other authentic relating practices to a new world of people, making it accessible to those who have never experienced this kind of work. Our standards for professionalism and excellence make Circling digestible for those who don’t live in the Boulder bubble. This is an awesome opportunity for all of us to help spread mindfulness, empathy, and communication skills by encouraging people who have never heard of The Integral Center or Authentic Relating before to come to Aletheia. Help us spread the authentic revolution!
55 Tibetan Healing Bowl Experience
Monday July 31st 6:30pm – 9:30pm in the Chapel
Imagine being in a room with 55 Tibetan Sound Healing Bowls playing simultaneously. The atmosphere is profound and the sounds instill deep relaxation. Unity of Dallas is thrilled to be bringing this conscious event to Boulder’s Integral Center, Monday, July 31, 2017, at 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Inspired to help people in the Gilung and Sindupalachoka villages in Nepal which were devastated by a series of earthquakes, Dr. DREAM has been offering these experiences in cities around the world since touring began in January 2010. It has taken on different iterations and expansions. As of this Saturday, Dr. Dream has offered 525 Group Experiences in 192 cities including Canada, Mexico, Turkey, Costa Rica, and the United States. In January of 2016, Dr. Dream had his first 300 Bowl Experience, and in March, 333 bowls.
The village of Gilung which makes the bowls is in the north of Nepal, only 30 KM from the epicenter of the earthquakes. Many sound healers around the world own these bowls as prized possessions. When Dr. DREAM and his team heard that all one hundred homes in the village had been destroyed, they raised money and sent them large tents so that shelter would be available in the rainy season. The the spirit of the bowl makers was so strong, their determination to create these ancient healing bowls became even stronger despite the devastation. A representative of the village entrusted Dr. DREAM with a large number of bowls. The tour was then created, allowing Dr. Dream to turn the bowls into much needed cash flow for the community. He designed an event so unique that it serves the purpose of all involved, supporting the village while uplifting participants and bringing communities of volunteers together in support. “We have designed a rare experience which has never been done in the U.S. before”, said Dr. DREAM. “Together with each local community, we become catalysts of positive change, touching many people’s lives with these loving energies and giving back to Nepal.”
Local artisan Eric Orton of HarmonicHavens.com will showcase a special “bowl chair” he designed using sacred geometry, and light and sound harmonics for meditation, healing, and rejuvenation.
“Angels” also known as volunteers become an integral part of the experience in each city, orchestrating the sound healing and assisting with the bowls. A guided visualization and the sounds of the bowls harmonize the energy body and relax the mind. Attendees feel revitalized and inspired, as the bowls resolve unlock stuck energies and help them reconnect the mind, body and spirit. Currently, this sacred economic agreement is with 1,500 bowl-makers from the Gilung & Sindupalachoka Villages in Nepal. Since the formation of this agreement, Dr. DREAM has sent between $5,000 to 12,000 each month back to Nepal. Dr. DREAM’s Tour of Love in sponsored by Portal To Ascension. Doors open at 6 pm in Boulder. Tickets are $25 in advance or $33 at the door, and can be purchased for the Integral Center Experience here: TourOfLOVE.com.
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