Film - First To Fall
www.ishtaproductions.com
Film - First To Fall
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 5, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
An intimate tale of friendship and revolution, this coming of age story documents the journey of two young friends, Hamid (26) and Tarek (21), who abandon their peaceful lives as students in Canada to join an unconventional war in their homeland of Libya.

Hamid and Tarek have never fired a gun, but in 2011 they run recklessly toward the war, fueled by their hatred of Muammar Gaddafi and their desire to be part of history. Once they arrive, their paths diverge. Hamid blazes ahead with fearless enthusiasm, and with a camera in hand he is invited to film the front lines by rebel forces, easily fitting in with the boyish camaraderie on the battlefield. Tarek’s journey is more difficult, introspective and unsure, consistently plagued by obstacles. He fights relentlessly against his destiny, ignoring all warnings that suggest his single-minded ambition to reach the frontline may have tragic consequences.

For eight months, director Rachel Beth Anderson documented raw moments of personal and breathtakingly dangerous acts of war and sacrifice as Hamid and Tarek join the rebels taking on Gaddafi’s army. The film captures the chaos and giddiness of revolution, the brutal loss of lives and innocence, and a deeply intimate view charting the young men’s decent into war as they discover who they are and what they are capable of. In Tarek’s words, “The end of the story is different than what I thought.”

Recommended ages 16 & up. 82 min.

$5.00 advance / $10.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
Film - First To Fall
www.ishtaproductions.com
Film - First To Fall
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 5, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
An intimate tale of friendship and revolution, this coming of age story documents the journey of two young friends, Hamid (26) and Tarek (21), who abandon their peaceful lives as students in Canada to join an unconventional war in their homeland of Libya.

Hamid and Tarek have never fired a gun, but in 2011 they run recklessly toward the war, fueled by their hatred of Muammar Gaddafi and their desire to be part of history. Once they arrive, their paths diverge. Hamid blazes ahead with fearless enthusiasm, and with a camera in hand he is invited to film the front lines by rebel forces, easily fitting in with the boyish camaraderie on the battlefield. Tarek’s journey is more difficult, introspective and unsure, consistently plagued by obstacles. He fights relentlessly against his destiny, ignoring all warnings that suggest his single-minded ambition to reach the frontline may have tragic consequences.

For eight months, director Rachel Beth Anderson documented raw moments of personal and breathtakingly dangerous acts of war and sacrifice as Hamid and Tarek join the rebels taking on Gaddafi’s army. The film captures the chaos and giddiness of revolution, the brutal loss of lives and innocence, and a deeply intimate view charting the young men’s decent into war as they discover who they are and what they are capable of. In Tarek’s words, “The end of the story is different than what I thought.”

Recommended ages 16 & up. 82 min.

$5.00 advance / $10.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/794554
Film - Return To Homs
www.returntohoms.com
Film - Return To Homs
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 12, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
WINNER OF 15 AWARDS IN 2014, INCLUDING THE WORLD CINEMA GRAND JURY PRIZE DOCUMENTARY AT THE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

Nineteen-year-old Basset is the goalkeeper for the Syrian national soccer team. When revolution breaks out the charismatic young man becomes an iconic protest leader and singer. His songs reflect his dream of peaceful liberation from Assad's brutal regime. Osama is a 24-year-old media activist and pacifist wielding his camera to document the revolution. But when the army cracks down and their beloved Homs becomes a bombed-out ghost town, these two peaceful protesters take up arms and transform into renegade insurgents, with devastating results. "This is Homs, but I don't know where I am," Basset says with characteristic joviality as he wanders through the destroyed buildings and rubble-filled streets of the city. They are the streets Basset and Osama grew up in, now a barren battlefield. In fractured homes, discarded living rooms speak of thousands of disrupted lives. Osama is disorientated by this completely new reality, "like an immigrant discovering a new city".

As the siege takes hold in Homs, these two friends gather together a circle of brave but ragtag comrades, determined to protect the trapped civilians and help to get them out of the city. Surviving on a diet of just a few olives and a single glass of dirty water a day, this handful of stranded amateur fighters hold out against the snipers, tanks and mortars of the Syrian Army. They scuttle through the ghost town like rats, resourceful and single-minded. Soon bravado gives way to despair as the reality of their David and Goliath battle takes hold. Sitting in a destroyed hallway lit by streaks of sunshine that make their way through the rubble, the normally optimistic Basset seems broken. Osama has been captured and the fight is not going well. "I no longer have it in me to do this. All my close friends are gone. I'm fed up man." Yet out of despair grows a renewed, more bitter determination. "Will this revolution ever end?" the film's director Derki asks. "Sure - they're not immortal", smiles Basset.

Pushed out of the city by Assad's forces, he prepares his men for a dangerous return to Homs. "Kill me, but just open up an exit for the people", the brave young leader cries. Primal and visceral, this extraordinary film dives into the reality of the Syrian resistance with a frenzied immediacy. Through a remarkable intimacy it captures the dreaded rite of passage of two friends and a haunting battle cry for justice.

Recommended ages 16 & up. 90 min. $8.00 advance / $11.00 day of show
Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building! Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/821389
Film - E-motion
www.e-motionthemovie.com
Film - E-motion
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 13, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
Presented by "Movies That Matter"

Cost $10.

Imagine a world where the trapped emotions, fears, anxieties and unprocessed life experiences we hold in our bodies are the source of everything that ails us. That’s the world we live in. Now imagine a world where everyone is manifesting from their heart the perfect creation that’s inside each of us. Imagine a world where abundance, inner peace, longevity and loving relationships abound. Imagine emotion experts from around the world sharing their wisdom and negative emotion clearing techniques to light a new pathway for humanity. Imagine we are sacred, spiritual beings here for a much larger reason, serving a much higher purpose, a divine purpose.

Featuring:
Neale Donald Walsch, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Sonia Choquette, Dr. Darren Weisman, Nassim Haramein, Dr. Bradley Nelson, and Don Tolman

For more information contact Dan Horner
(443) 602-2941
joshuadanhorner@yahoo.com
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 1)
openfloor.org
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 1)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 19, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
“It doesn’t matter how badly you write, as long as you don’t write badly like anyone else….”
God is in the dance –unknown
God is in the details –equally unknown

Lori Saltzman brings Write of Passage to Tucson Friday April 11th 7-10pm, Saturday April 12th 11-6pm Sunday April 13th 11-5pm.

Write of passage is an invitation to the fusion of movement and writing, two poignant paths to knowing ourselves and each other. Everything we’ve experienced lives in on in our bodies, and in this weekend we both honor and release the stories that have shaped us.

Whether you love writing of freeze at the very thought, you will learn to dip your pen into an effortless stream of creative imagery. Prepare to be surprised.
Prerequisites: breath, a childhood, stories, quirks, several heartbreaks, at least one secret passion, a body of any size or shape, a pen.

Lori’s passion is drawing on the power of dance to literally “shake the poetry right out of you”. Whether teaching newcomers or training new teachers, Lori trusts that a good dose of movements, music, sweat, meditation, creative expression, judgment free company, deep compassion for our human frailties, and a sense of humor can heal just about anything.

As co-founder of the The Moving Center School in California, Lori holds one of the oldest and largest movement communities in the world. For 30 years Lori was Gabrielle Roth’s close friend, student and collaborator, helping her to spread her movement mission across the planet.

Workshop is $250.00
This event is hosted by Learning To Learn, LLC in Tucson.
For more information contact Sandra Morse @ (520) 622-7310 or mlscmorse@juno.com.
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 1)
openfloor.org
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 1)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 19, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
“It doesn’t matter how badly you write, as long as you don’t write badly like anyone else….”
God is in the dance –unknown
God is in the details –equally unknown

Lori Saltzman brings Write of Passage to Tucson Friday April 11th 7-10pm, Saturday April 12th 11-6pm Sunday April 13th 11-5pm.

Write of passage is an invitation to the fusion of movement and writing, two poignant paths to knowing ourselves and each other. Everything we’ve experienced lives in on in our bodies, and in this weekend we both honor and release the stories that have shaped us.

Whether you love writing of freeze at the very thought, you will learn to dip your pen into an effortless stream of creative imagery. Prepare to be surprised.
Prerequisites: breath, a childhood, stories, quirks, several heartbreaks, at least one secret passion, a body of any size or shape, a pen.

Lori’s passion is drawing on the power of dance to literally “shake the poetry right out of you”. Whether teaching newcomers or training new teachers, Lori trusts that a good dose of movements, music, sweat, meditation, creative expression, judgment free company, deep compassion for our human frailties, and a sense of humor can heal just about anything.

As co-founder of the The Moving Center School in California, Lori holds one of the oldest and largest movement communities in the world. For 30 years Lori was Gabrielle Roth’s close friend, student and collaborator, helping her to spread her movement mission across the planet.

Workshop is $250.00
This event is hosted by Learning To Learn, LLC in Tucson.
For more information contact Sandra Morse @ (520) 622-7310 or mlscmorse@juno.com.
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 2)
openfloor.org
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 2)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 20, 2014
Event begins at 11:00 AM
“It doesn’t matter how badly you write, as long as you don’t write badly like anyone else….”
God is in the dance –unknown
God is in the details –equally unknown

Lori Saltzman brings Write of Passage to Tucson Friday April 11th 7-10pm, Saturday April 12th 11-6pm Sunday April 13th 11-5pm.

Write of passage is an invitation to the fusion of movement and writing, two poignant paths to knowing ourselves and each other. Everything we’ve experienced lives in on in our bodies, and in this weekend we both honor and release the stories that have shaped us.

Whether you love writing of freeze at the very thought, you will learn to dip your pen into an effortless stream of creative imagery. Prepare to be surprised.
Prerequisites: breath, a childhood, stories, quirks, several heartbreaks, at least one secret passion, a body of any size or shape, a pen.

Lori’s passion is drawing on the power of dance to literally “shake the poetry right out of you”. Whether teaching newcomers or training new teachers, Lori trusts that a good dose of movements, music, sweat, meditation, creative expression, judgment free company, deep compassion for our human frailties, and a sense of humor can heal just about anything.

As co-founder of the The Moving Center School in California, Lori holds one of the oldest and largest movement communities in the world. For 30 years Lori was Gabrielle Roth’s close friend, student and collaborator, helping her to spread her movement mission across the planet.

Workshop is $250.00
This event is hosted by Learning To Learn, LLC in Tucson.
For more information contact Sandra Morse @ (520) 622-7310 or mlscmorse@juno.com.
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 2)
openfloor.org
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 2)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 20, 2014
Event begins at 11:00 AM
“It doesn’t matter how badly you write, as long as you don’t write badly like anyone else….”
God is in the dance –unknown
God is in the details –equally unknown

Lori Saltzman brings Write of Passage to Tucson Friday April 11th 7-10pm, Saturday April 12th 11-6pm Sunday April 13th 11-5pm.

Write of passage is an invitation to the fusion of movement and writing, two poignant paths to knowing ourselves and each other. Everything we’ve experienced lives in on in our bodies, and in this weekend we both honor and release the stories that have shaped us.

Whether you love writing of freeze at the very thought, you will learn to dip your pen into an effortless stream of creative imagery. Prepare to be surprised.
Prerequisites: breath, a childhood, stories, quirks, several heartbreaks, at least one secret passion, a body of any size or shape, a pen.

Lori’s passion is drawing on the power of dance to literally “shake the poetry right out of you”. Whether teaching newcomers or training new teachers, Lori trusts that a good dose of movements, music, sweat, meditation, creative expression, judgment free company, deep compassion for our human frailties, and a sense of humor can heal just about anything.

As co-founder of the The Moving Center School in California, Lori holds one of the oldest and largest movement communities in the world. For 30 years Lori was Gabrielle Roth’s close friend, student and collaborator, helping her to spread her movement mission across the planet.

Workshop is $250.00
This event is hosted by Learning To Learn, LLC in Tucson.
For more information contact Sandra Morse @ (520) 622-7310 or mlscmorse@juno.com.
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 3)
openfloor.org
Write of Passage - A Rhythm and Writing Workshop (Day 3)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 21, 2014
Event begins at 11:00 AM
“It doesn’t matter how badly you write, as long as you don’t write badly like anyone else….”
God is in the dance –unknown
God is in the details –equally unknown

Lori Saltzman brings Write of Passage to Tucson Friday April 11th 7-10pm, Saturday April 12th 11-6pm Sunday April 13th 11-5pm.

Write of passage is an invitation to the fusion of movement and writing, two poignant paths to knowing ourselves and each other. Everything we’ve experienced lives in on in our bodies, and in this weekend we both honor and release the stories that have shaped us.

Whether you love writing of freeze at the very thought, you will learn to dip your pen into an effortless stream of creative imagery. Prepare to be surprised.
Prerequisites: breath, a childhood, stories, quirks, several heartbreaks, at least one secret passion, a body of any size or shape, a pen.

Lori’s passion is drawing on the power of dance to literally “shake the poetry right out of you”. Whether teaching newcomers or training new teachers, Lori trusts that a good dose of movements, music, sweat, meditation, creative expression, judgment free company, deep compassion for our human frailties, and a sense of humor can heal just about anything.

As co-founder of the The Moving Center School in California, Lori holds one of the oldest and largest movement communities in the world. For 30 years Lori was Gabrielle Roth’s close friend, student and collaborator, helping her to spread her movement mission across the planet.

Workshop is $250.00
This event is hosted by Learning To Learn, LLC in Tucson.
For more information contact Sandra Morse @ (520) 622-7310 or mlscmorse@juno.com.
Film - American Autumn
www.occudoc.org
Film - American Autumn
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 26, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
American Autumn is a full-length feature documentary capturing the fervor and passion that spread through the nation in fall 2011 with the birth of the Occupy Movement in America which fueled a street revolution and introduced the concept of “the 99%” to define the corporate greed that has crippled the U.S.

American Autumn lets the protestors and organizers tell in their own words why they joined the protests and what they hoped to accomplish. Shot at the birthplace of the Occupy movement at Zuccotti Park in New York City, as well as on location at protests in Washington, D.C., Trainor offers a Ground Zero view of the movement and its participants. On camera, protesters strive to define the goals of Occupy as well as how to achieve them. “Imagine that a single voice carries as much weight as the CEO of Goldman Sachs” the film posits, distilling one of Occupy’s core beliefs. Protesters adopted the phrase “Place human need above corporate greed” encapsulating their view that the interest of big business has superseded the needs of the individual, and stacking the deck against an average middle-class citizen’s chance to enjoy a simple, debt-free existence.

The influence of Occupy is still felt to this day. The Movement changed the conversation by raising issues like wealth inequity, health care reform, predatory bank practices, and the war on unions, among other issues. In doing so, Americans were forced to grapple with the reality of the downward economic and ethical spiral into which they were locked.

The topics Occupy brought to the forefront will surely be argued during the Presidential debates as well as on the minds of the voters in November. Occupy has also revolutionized the way dissidents organize their protests. As Medea Pink, co-founder of Code Pink observes, there will be no more Saturday afternoon gatherings in a deserted Washington, D.C. where everyone marches in a circle and then leaves. Instead, Occupy brought the protest to the town square and “occupied” the space in a very public way.

Although Occupy has waged a campaign of civil disobedience and nonviolence, the film includes scenes of brutal police practices such as indiscriminate pepper spraying and physical aggression that were used against the crowd. About 7,000 protesters were arrested within the first six months of the movement, including Trainor, who was jailed twice.

Narrated by Trainor, the documentary features speeches and interviews from filmmaker Michael Moore, Dr. Cornel West (Princeton University), comic/author/activist Lee Camp, journalists Nathan Schneider (Harper’s, The Nation) and Naomi Klein (The Nation) and more.

“This is not amateur hour. This is a movie as well made as any Hollywood Blockbuster” ~ Michael Moore

“Calm and smart, offsetting its stridency with discussion, music, even humor, while issuing a call to arms.” ~ The New York Times

Post-Film Discussion with Amadon DellErba and other members of Global Change Multi-Media who were at Zucotti Park and other major Occupy protests.

Recommended ages 16 & up. 75 min.

$5.00 advance / $10.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/823340
K-Bass & Farafina Musiki
www.kbassmusic.com
K-Bass & Farafina Musiki
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
September 27, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
K-Bass & Farafina Musiki – 11-Piece Band!

A world famous runner and a dynamic Afro-Pop/Reggae vocalist and song writer Bassirima Soro, better known as K-Bass, electrifies audiences with his high-energy, upbeat music in three languages.

Fluent in English, French and his native language, Bambara, K-Bass was born in Côte d'Ivoire (The Ivory Coast), Africa to a deeply loving family of musicians. K-Bass’s late father, a traditional medicine man, singer and Ngoni (a string instrument originating in West Africa) player and his mother, a singer and dancer, were both descended from families in which music is the center of everything. Through music and dance they celebrate birth and death, comfort the living, resolve conflicts and share their knowledge and Love. They instilled their great passion for music in K-Bass as a young boy.

Despite severe economic hardships, K-Bass obtained a hard won education and became a world class cross country and marathon runner, earning celebrity status in his native country and surrounding regions. Nonetheless, seeing that opportunities were limited in his native country, K-Bass moved to the United States despite knowing no English. Needing to make ends meet, K-Bass learned English and continued to compete as a runner, while earning a nursing degree. For years, K-Bass continued to win important races earning the name, “The Barefoot Runner” and continued to pursue, his first love, music.

After moving to Tucson, Arizona, and winning the prestigious Tucson Marathon 6 times, barefoot, (for which he was written up in Sports Illustrated and numerous other sports magazines and blogs) K-Bass became the lead singer of the southern Arizona African mix band, “The Key Ingredients of African Soul” and was a guest artist with a number of other African style bands.

K-Bass' solo career has exploded with the launch of three solo albums: “Too Much Negativity”, released in 2009, “La Liberté” in 2011 and K-Bass and Farafina Musiki’s Latest album Faso. K-Bass’s music has won great critical acclaim. K-Bass and his amazing band, K-Bass and Farafina Musiki, is continuing to wow audiences with their incredible stage charisma and K-Bass’ innovative blend of Afro-pop, Reggae and several traditional African styles.

Age 18 & up = $10 advance / $15 day of show
Ages 12-17 = $7 advance / $12 day of show
Ages 4-11 = $4.00
Ages 3 & Under = Free

Dinner/Concert Packages with the Food For Ascension Café = $48

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets or more information.

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://k-bass.bpt.me/
Earth Harmony Festival
earthharmonyfestival.org
Earth Harmony Festival
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage
October 4, 2014, 12:00 AM —
October 5, 2014, 12:00 AM
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacacori (which recently opened the all-organic, all-local Food For Ascension Café in the 4th Avenue area of Tucson) will host their third annual Earth Harmony Festival on October 4 & 5. Avalon Gardens is one of North America’s largest EcoVillages. Established in Arizona in 1989, Avalon has evolved and grown into what is now a 220-acre EcoVillage with 117 residents from around the world and growing. A virtual oasis in the desert, Avalon is nestled in the picturesque Santa Cruz River valley, an area rich with heritage and history.

Avalon Gardens founders, Gabriel of Urantia and Niánn Emerson Chase, created the Earth Harmony Festival to celebrate the vision of sustainability unfolding at the EcoVillage and to encourage a restoration of balance to the world’s people and ecosystems through environmental awareness, education, and a commitment to taking active steps towards creating a planet of peace and unity without uniformity. Come bear witness to change in action through a new paradigm of living, thinking, growing, and achieving!

The Earth Harmony Festival features engaging and educational EcoVillage tours, where festival goers explore various sustainable living practices such as permaculture, organic gardening, seed-saving, the cultivation of heritage and heirloom vegetables and grains, composting, rain and grey water-harvesting, eco-building projects, Arizona’s largest food forest system, solar and wind power, the workings of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, and more. Additionally, the festival offers live music; speakers; a fun and interactive children’s village; pony rides; vendor village with food, art, crafts, and eco-friendly information; and camping under the starry night sky.

Live music for the festival is provided by Global Change MusicSM Nonprofit Record Label featuring TaliasVan & The Bright & Morning Star Band performing CosmoPop® - spiritual vocal music that addresses the sufferings of our times and gives hope for a better world to come™, VansGuard, Starseed Acoustic Ensemble, The Change Agents Band, and Israfel Awakened. Global Change Music artists’ each have their own unique musical style with lyrical poetry about caring for the earth and its people and taking action against injustice.

The Earth Harmony Festival thrives on partnership! Donors and sponsors make the festival possible and help support Avalon Gardens Internships and the Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program — nonprofit programs which assist individuals from diverse backgrounds in various levels of healing, training, and education to actualize their dreams and talents. Entrance to the festival is free. Donations for activities and Eco Tours are encouraged to help foster the EcoVillage’s many prototype projects for creating a more sustainable, environmentally-conscious, and friendly world.

Entrance to the Festival is Free. Donations appreciated for certain activities. Camping available by donation.
Film - The Quantum Activist
www.quantumactivist.com
Film - The Quantum Activist
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
October 11, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
Presented by "Movies That Matter"

Cost $10

A genuine paradigm shift. While mainstream science remains materialist, a substantial number of scientists are supporting and developing a paradigm based on the primacy of consciousness.Dr. Amit Goswami, Ph.D, a pioneer of this revolutionary new perspective within science shares with us his vision of the unlimited potential of consciousness as the ground of all being, and how this revelation can actually help us to live better. The Quantum Activist tells the story of a man who challenges us to rethink our very notions of existence and reality, with a force and scope not felt since Einstein. This film bridges the gap between God and Science. The work of Goswami, with stunning precision and without straying from the rigors of quantum mechanics, reveals the overarching unity inherent in the worlds major religions and mystical traditions.

For more information contact Dan Horner
(443) 602-2941
joshuadanhorner@yahoo.com
Neurogenic Yoga Teacher Training - October 19-25
neurogenic-yoga.squarespace.com
Neurogenic Yoga Teacher Training - October 19-25
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
October 19, 2014
Event begins at 8:00 AM
October 19 through October 25, 8:00am to 5:00pm each day

Neurogenic Tremoring is being used by thousands of people around the world as an effective tool for releasing chronic traumatic stress, physical tension and emotional trauma. It is also quickly becoming a popular way to release the everyday stress, tension, and anxiety that comes from the daily pressures of life. Benefits are endless!

Neurogenic Yoga™ Teacher Certification Learning Objectives:
•Learn how the tremor response works within your own body.
•Learn the theory behind how and why Neurogenic Yoga™ balances the nervous system. I.e. specific to the autonomic nervous system, anatomy, etc.
•Learn how to facilitate Neurogenic Yoga™ within a yoga class setting.

Those who complete the Neurogenic Yoga™ Teacher Certification will be certified to teach Neurogenic Yoga™ within the context of a yoga class setting, both for group and individual sessions. This certification is specifically designed to integrate neurogenic tremoring into the yoga experience. Neurogenic Yoga™ Teacher Training is appropriate for all disciplines of yoga from restorative and therapeutic methods to vigorous vinyasa and power yoga practitioners.

Prerequisites:
•Be a 200-hour (or more) certified yoga instructor.
•Have taught public yoga classes for a minimum of 1 year.
•Have taught at least 200 group yoga classes.

Lead Trainers:
•Jennica Mills, MSW, E-RYT, Certified TRE™ Level II. After receiving her Master’s in Social Work in 2005, Jennica began working as a trauma therapist in a sexual assault recovery program. This experience led her into a journey of learning and practicing Yoga, Meditation and somatic therapies such as Trauma Releasing Exercises™ (TRE™).

•Maria Alfaro, E-RYT Certified TRE Trainer. Since 2004 Maria taught TRE to thousands of people in the US, in Europe and in Canada and she assisted Dr. Berceli in numerous trainings in the US and in South Africa. She is also an E-RYT and one of two lead instructors for Neurogenic Yoga.

For more information call (480) 223-8686 or email jennica@neurogenicyoga.com
Earth Harmony Sustainability Seminar
avalongardens.org
Earth Harmony Sustainability Seminar
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage
October 23, 2014, 12:00 AM —
October 26, 2014, 12:00 AM
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage, invites you to join in an exciting and innovative approach to community development and culture enhancement. Their model community of 100+ men, women, and children is an experimental prototype intentional community designed to be replicated throughout the world and is the largest EcoVillage in the United States. For more than 25 years they have been working in cooperation in constructing this learning center in an effort and intention to share the fruits of their labor with other planetary citizens.
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage is offering people, individuals and groups alike, the opportunity to come and learn about their methods of sustainability, through practical advice, providing the necessary consciousness-tools to replicate this model of living anywhere. Seminar topics include Environment & Agriculture - choosing land with good soil and water above or below ground; Village Development & Housing – focusing on alternative architecture, alternative energy, and water conservation; Economics – on creating environmentally-sustainable enterprises and forming alliances with other organizations; Education – childhood development and parenting in community; Media, Marketing & the Arts; Health Care; and Leadership & Procedures – the nuts and bolts of order, holding a community together, and growing together.
The world is rapidly changing and many of our resources are being mismanaged and/or are in very short supply. It is with the utmost sense of responsibility and accountability that they share this wealth of information with you.

The seminar cost is $700 and includes housing and organic meals. Participants receive a Certificate of Completion for attending the seminar. Camping available.

A 2-day hands-in-the-soil mini-internship is also offered on Wednesday & Thursday for an additional $150.

All seminar proceeds benefit the Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage Agricultural Internships and the Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program.
Earth Harmony Sustainability Seminar
avalongardens.org
Earth Harmony Sustainability Seminar
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage
October 23, 2014, 3:00 PM —
October 26, 2014, 1:00 PM
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage invites you to join us in an exciting and innovative approach to community development and culture enhancement. Our model community of 100+ men, women, and children, located at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage, is an experimental prototype intentional community designed to be replicated throughout the world and is the largest EcoVillage in the United States. For over 25 years we have been working in cooperation in constructing this learning center in our efforts and intention to share the fruits of our labor with other planetary citizens.

We are offering people, individuals and groups alike, the opportunity to come and learn about our method of sustainability. through practical advice, providing the necessary consciousness tools to replicate this model of living anywhere. The world is rapidly changing and many of our resources are being mismanaged and/or are in very short supply. It is with the utmost sense of responsibility and accountability that we share this wealth of information with you.

A Certificate of Completion will be given for this Earth Harmony Sustainability Seminar.

Held at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacacori, Arizona

Early registration 1 month or more before seminar: $250 at time of registration (non-refundable) and $250 upon arrival ($500 total, includes housing & organic meals).

Registration less than 1 month before: $700.

Camping is available if you want to and is included in the price. Please bring your own tent and a good sleeping bag, as it can get nippy at night. If you want to camp and do not have a tent, we do rent them for $7/night.

Thursday registration and tour of facilities & gardens.

OPTIONAL: Come Wednesday & Thursday for 2 days of mini-internship, hands-on in the soil. $150 extra for 2 days (which is half-price, when taking seminar)
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
edgarcayce.org
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
October 24, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Edgar Cayce (1877 - 1945), was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" and "the Father of Holistic Medicine" because he was able to bring forth incredible healing information from a deep, self-induced trance. All he needed was to be given the subject to be discussed, or the inquiring person's name, address, and whereabouts, by a conductor to make suggestions and ask the questions, and a stenographer to take it all down. Almost every day for forty-two years he had out-of-body journeys in order to answer questions covering an immense range of subject matter. He could do this at any time, any place.

Persons from all walks of life came to him for help or advice. Among them was a movie producer, an actress, a top steel magnate, a U.S. Senator, a Vice-President of the United States; parents, the sick, the lame, the disturbed. His extraordinary trances also gave in-depth information and guidance on our relationship to God, past lives, the laws of cause and effect, the idea and ideals of an Atlantis, and the history and future of humankind and the universe. He also made numerous prophecies that are just now beginning to prove true.

Winner, "Most Thought-provoking Documentary" ~ Sedona International Film Festival
"It is the best film ever made on my father." ~Edgar Evans Cayce, Edgar Cayce's son

All ages. 60 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program for teens and adults and Avalon Gardens Internships.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/846298
Film - Charles Bradley: Soul of America
www.charlesbradleyfilm.com
Film - Charles Bradley: Soul of America
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 7, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Starting off on his 62nd birthday, Charles Bradley: Soul of America follows the extraordinary journey of singer Charles Bradley during the electrifying and transformative months leading up to the release of his debut album "No Time for Dreaming." The 74-minute documentary feature premiered at South By Southwest in Austin and went on to play top film festivals around the world including Hot Docs, Best of Hot Docs (Vancouver), Silverdocs, Munich International Film Festival, Montreal International Documentary Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Milwaukee Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival and Bonnaroo. The film won a Special Jury Award at Chicago International Music and Movies Festival and continues its festival run at IDFA, CPH:DOX, Leeds and Vienna this fall.

Despite being abandoned as a child, a period of homelessness, the devastating loss of his brother and constant poverty, Charles never gave up on his life-long dream to be a professional singer. With the help of producer and Grammy-winner Gabriel Roth (Daptone Records) and musician and label owner Tommy Brenneck (Dunham Records), Charles moved away from the James Brown covers he'd been performing for nearly half a century and focused on finding his own unique voice.

Earning himself an opening spot on tour for Sharon Jones, the biggest artist in the Daptone stable, Charles delivered the most impassioned performances of his life. Coming up during one of the worst economic downturns in history, Charles' heartfelt songs about tragedy, the downfall of the American dream, and hope for a better world resonated with audiences and the impossible dream he chased for 48 years started to become a reality. But, while experiencing his first taste of success, Charles couldn't escape the adversity that had followed him since birth. When the oppressive mortgage on his 87-year-old mother's house threatened to cost him everything, Charles hit a new low.

And then, following his sold out album release show, Charles' life changed completely. Championed by critics and fans alike, "No Time For Dreaming" became one of the most incredible success stories of the year, landing on Rolling Stone magazine's top 50 albums of 2011 and catapulting Charles to over 110 performances in 17 countries on 3 continents over the next year alone. In addition, Bradley picked up coveted gigs at top festivals like ACL and Bonnaroo and lit up television via spots on Jay Leno and Carson Daly. while his music video scored over 2 million hits online and played in rotation on VH1.

Following this unprecedented success, Charles' star has continued to rise. He tours the world year-round to growing crowds, pouring his soul out at each show as if it's his last and stepping off stage to give out teary-eyed hugs and acknowledge the miracle of the journey that Spin calls "…utterly amazing."

Recommended ages 12 & up. 74 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/846305
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
edgarcayce.org
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 21, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Edgar Cayce (1877 - 1945), was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" and "the Father of Holistic Medicine" because he was able to bring forth incredible healing information from a deep, self-induced trance. All he needed was to be given the subject to be discussed, or the inquiring person's name, address, and whereabouts, by a conductor to make suggestions and ask the questions, and a stenographer to take it all down. Almost every day for forty-two years he had out-of-body journeys in order to answer questions covering an immense range of subject matter. He could do this at any time, any place.

Persons from all walks of life came to him for help or advice. Among them was a movie producer, an actress, a top steel magnate, a U.S. Senator, a Vice-President of the United States; parents, the sick, the lame, the disturbed. His extraordinary trances also gave in-depth information and guidance on our relationship to God, past lives, the laws of cause and effect, the idea and ideals of an Atlantis, and the history and future of humankind and the universe. He also made numerous prophecies that are just now beginning to prove true.

Winner, "Most Thought-provoking Documentary" ~ Sedona International Film Festival
"It is the best film ever made on my father." ~Edgar Evans Cayce, Edgar Cayce's son

All ages. 60 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program for teens and adults and Avalon Gardens Internships.
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
edgarcayce.org
Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 21, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Edgar Cayce (1877 - 1945), was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" and "the Father of Holistic Medicine" because he was able to bring forth incredible healing information from a deep, self-induced trance. All he needed was to be given the subject to be discussed, or the inquiring person's name, address, and whereabouts, by a conductor to make suggestions and ask the questions, and a stenographer to take it all down. Almost every day for forty-two years he had out-of-body journeys in order to answer questions covering an immense range of subject matter. He could do this at any time, any place.

Persons from all walks of life came to him for help or advice. Among them was a movie producer, an actress, a top steel magnate, a U.S. Senator, a Vice-President of the United States; parents, the sick, the lame, the disturbed. His extraordinary trances also gave in-depth information and guidance on our relationship to God, past lives, the laws of cause and effect, the idea and ideals of an Atlantis, and the history and future of humankind and the universe. He also made numerous prophecies that are just now beginning to prove true.

Winner, "Most Thought-provoking Documentary" ~ Sedona International Film Festival
"It is the best film ever made on my father." ~Edgar Evans Cayce, Edgar Cayce's son

All ages. 60 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program for teens and adults and Avalon Gardens Internships.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/846301
Divine Administration Seminar
gccalliance.org
Divine Administration Seminar
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage
March 6, 2015, 3:00 PM —
March 9, 2015, 3:00 PM
Global Community Communications Alliance (GCCA) is hosting a Divine Administration Seminar for serious spiritual seekers—potential Destiny Reservists. Topics include the physics of rebellion, ascension science, protected and sacred areas, the five epochal revelations for humankind, the cosmology of the master universe, starseed children, and interuniversal genetics.

The concept of Divine Administration management is working in conjunction with unseen but ever-present celestial personalities. The growth of GCCA/Divine Administration over the last 25 years (now with more than 115 quality change agents from all over the world) and the manifestation of the organization’s diversified ministries complement the claim of working in liaison with spirit counterparts. Presenters include Dr. Marayeh Cunningham, Psychologist; Landau Lawrence, M.D.; Len’Mana Lee Ed.D., and Founders Gabriel of Urantia and Niánn Emerson Chase.

The seminar is held at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacácori, Arizona—a beautiful 220-acre EcoVillage in a sacred area known to the indigenous inhabitants as the “palm of God’s hand”.

$500 for early registration before August 5th ($700 after). Includes lodging and organic meals. Certificates of Completion given to participants. All seminar and workshop proceeds benefit the Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage Agricultural Internships and the Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program—nonprofit service programs to assist individuals from diverse backgrounds in various levels of healing, training, and education to actualize their dreams and talents.