A Damanhur 2-Day Mystery School Workshop!
10:00 am 6:00 pm each day
221 Whetherburn Drive, Wexford, PA 15090
Dates: May 2nd - May 3rd (Saturday-Sunday)
Times: 10 am to 6 pm with 1 hour break, both days
Location: 221 Whetherburn Drive, Wexford, PA 15090
Early Bird Price: $250
Regular Price $275
** THIS COURSE HAS BEEN POSTPONED **
TICKETS CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED BY CHECK
Make checks payable to OMA Center for Mind, Body and Spirit
Mail to: OMA Center for Mind, Body and Spirit
100 Rutledge Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15215
DEADLINE FOR REGISTERING: APRIL 24
PREREQUISITE FOR ATTENDING: Upon registering you must submit your Birth Name, Birth Date & Place of Birth - Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Integrate your multifacted nature and find inner peace.
Each of us lives a complex reality of desires, thoughts, dreams and ideas. Our cultural education and genetic make-up teaches us to think of ourselves as a single individual, but in ....reality the physical body is shared by multiple "individuals" known as "personalities"-parallel to the individual organs that make up the physical body-each with its own function fundamental to the workings of the whole.
According to Damanhurian Spiritual Physics, the Inner Personalities are part of our soul structure, and along with the attractor, connect the divine within us. According to this theory, when we learn to recognize and recall these aspects, we can guide an enormous richness of talents and possibilities with the ultimate goal of achieving enlightenment.
For more information contact Jennifer Evanko at email@example.com
This workshop will be taught by Shama Viola, an Ambassador of Damanhur from Damanhur, Italy
Damanhur is a living laboratory for the future of humankind. It is a Federation of Spiritual Communities, with its own Constitution, culture, art, music, currency, schools and use of science and technology. The Community was founded in 1975 from the inspiration of Falco Tarassaco (1950-2013). His enlightened and pragmatic vision created a fertile reality based on solidarity, sharing, love and respect for the environment. Damanhur is perhaps best known for its extraordinary subterranean work of art and architecture, a cathedral known as the Temples of Humankind. The Temples have been proﬁled on international television as the "Eighth Wonder of The World." This complex was entirely dug by hand into the heart of the mountain. Decorated with mosaics, stained glass, sculptures, wall paintings and other works of art, it is dedicated to the awakening of the divine spark present within every human being.
To read more about Damanhur, visit http://www.damanhur.org/