Saturday, Oct 6, 2012 , 10:00 AM – 10:00 PMMasonic Theater
The world needs you to join in sacred ceremony. This experience will uplift you, and your participation will create important positive energy that the world needs for its repair.
Tikkun (tee-KOON) is a sacred word for spiritual repair.
Join us for one of the most important events of the year. The Day of Tikkun brings together the world’s foremost spiritual teachers, along with the Q’ero shamans of Peru and award-winning musicians, to lead us in a day of healing and change. Faculty includes authors Marianne Williamson, Eric Greenberg, and Gary Zukav, anthropologist Alberto Villoldo, poet Coleman Barks, Tibetan lama Phagyap Rinpoche, Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman, and musicians David Darling and Snatam Kaur. The Day of Tikkun is the only time the Q’ero and all of these gifted souls and the different traditions they represent will be gathered in a single place for a day of sacred ceremony. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Why the Day of Tikkun?
We live in challenging times and spiritual teachings are diffuse. The most important thing we can do is repair the collective consciousness. Now is the time to tap into our transformative tools, connecting with the deepest and most sacred part of ourselves: the human soul.
In order to repair our world, we must begin with the soul and the self. The Day of Tikkun was conceived to help us learn the overarching context of the soul and develop the consciousness required to repair it. Participants will share an immersive experience. A central focus of our day will be two ceremonies conducted by descendants of the Incas, the Q’ero shamans of Peru, who are visiting the U.S. specially for these events. The day will culminate in an amazing concert by Snatam Kaur.
Town Hall in New York City, September 29; The Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, October 6; and the Saban Theatre in los Angeles, October 13.
The Day of Tikkun is a production of EG.
Registration and more information:
Purchase tickets through the event website: http://www.dayoftikkun.com/
Please note: All quoted pricing is prior to adding the processing fees.