Next Week is Peace Week in Vancouver
CHOPRA VOWS A NON-VIOLENT VANCOUVER
Best-selling author, speaker and global leader, Deepak Chopra is on a mission…of peace. He made headlines commentating on the Mumbai terrorist attacks for CNN when he asked America to be accountable for their role in the creation of global terrorism, and hasn’t slowed down since. Speaking at one of the inaugural balls in Washington, DC, he continues to further spread his key message of non-violent thought and action with a massive project called “I Take The Vow”. This Alliance for a New Humanity campaign aims to encourage global leaders and citizens alike to take a sacred vow of personal non-violence. For according to Chopra, “It takes a total shift in perception to realize that you are not in the world, the world is in you.” What world will we choose?
Don’t miss Deepak, next Friday February 20th at The Orpheum Theatre
as he teaches how human creativity and transformation are essential to achieving success in today’s uncertain times. Tickets from $49, all tickets plus applicable tax and service charges. Visit http://www.seedproductions.info/MAINframe.html
or call 604.280.4444.
4 CORNERS OF THE WORLD PEACE CIRCLE
And on Thursday, Feb. 19th from 12 noon- 1PM at Jericho Beach,
Join together to celebrate Peace with 4 Spiritual Leaders. Renowned peace musician and bestselling author of The Moses Code, James Twyman and Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith (as seen on Oprah and The Secret), will lead the peace circle in Vancouver at Jericho Beach (in the green space closest to water, near Jericho Sailing Club).
This Free Event will honour the Oneness and Divinity of ALL, and raise consciousness through sacred music and prayers for world peace. The more people, the more the vibration of love and peace and unity will reach out in ALL directions.
The event will also feature Sufi Master, As-Sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi, and First Nations Singer/Songwriter Leonard Howell, as well as the sacred drumming of Joseph “Pepe” Danza!
For more info visit http://consciouslivingradio.org/page144.htm