Hello, friends! Just want to share and invite you to an event I will be holding. I would love to meet you and enjoy the time with you there! :)
A Talk on
The Beginning of the Universe & Man's Coming into Existence
(Start of Separation / Maya)
+ Understanding All About You & Why Death Cannot Touch You
plus a Trance Induction Beats Meditation Session
Date: February 27, 2013
Time: Doors open at 6:30pm, Event starts at 6:50pm
Place: 1789 Comox Street (Comox and Denman, at Denman Place Mall)
About the Talk on The Beginning of the Universe - Man's Coming into Existence (Start of Separation / Maya):
Where does the universe begin? Is there a beginning to the universe or an end of the universe? What is Man's part in this universe? Is it that a man is only a by-product of the universe or was it man before universe itself? By finding out the beginning of man and the universe, you will come into full seeing of where the separation and duality begins, and why the great majority is living in it without realizing that this is only a game which we are playing, which we dream to be our reality. You will fully come to recognize the great illusion, Maya.
Understanding All About You and Why Death Cannot Touch You:
When we can see the beginning of the universe and Man, we can come to full seeing and understanding of you and your part in this universe. Why would you be interested in these particular topics and where are they taking you? By understanding yourself completely, it gives great comfort because by finding your own true nature you will find together why death can never touch you. What is death? And what really dies?
What is Trance Induction Beats Meditation?
For this event, we want to bring you the experience Yucatecan Trance Induction Beats.
"In the late 1960s, anthropologist Dr. Felicitas Goodman investigated the religious trace states of 486 societies around the world. Her most revelatory findings weren’t in the drug-induced voodoo séances of Haiti or weeks-long meditation ceremonies of India, but in “conservative” Catholic churches throughout the Yucatan of southern Mexico. There, indigenous people had hybridized pagan beliefs with those of Christianity to create a weekly mass service unlike any other.
Part of the mass included Trance Induction Beats, in which a drummer would tap out a pulsing rhythm at 210 beats per minute on a hollow gourd for about a half hour. (A similar tempo was later discovered by scientists in the 1960s to induce the deeply relaxing Theta waves in the brain. Goodman discovered the pulsing drum rhythm was effective in lulling not a few, but all members of the church congregation into a deep trance, usually within the first ten minutes.
Wondering if the indigenous Yucatecs were just easily coaxed by Trance Induction Beats, Goodman tested the rhythm on a group of western students, many of whom were not prone to entering trances through other methods. Within fifteen minutes of Yucatecan Trance Induction Beats, every one of the students entered a hypnotic, trance-like state that lasted until the experiment was over."