Brad Willis was a foreign correspondent for NBC News. For over ten years he was traveling the world on his work assignments, especially to places struck by wars
Everybody knows that yoga is a good exercise and it affects body mind and spirit. But why is that and what exactly is happening in the body during the exercise?
Join us on Thursday, May 10, at 7 pm (Stevenson & Hunt room, Central Library) for a talk by James Schmeiser : Dreams as a Source of our Creativity. This presentation will give examples of great artists who have attributted much of their creativity to the inspiration received through their dreams. Both dreams and creativity use a common language, that of image, symbol, metaphor, passion and story.
Is it possible that some people can read your mind or look into the future, or cure themselves from life threatening illnesses? Does mind over matter really exist, and if so, how do we explain this? Where is the boundary between real powers and fraud?
Can simple tapping reverse symptoms of PTSD? Come and watch this groundbreaking documentary featuring transformation of a group of veterans from Vietnam, Gulf, and Iraq War conflicts, from suicidal, addicted, aggressive chronic behaviors, to leading normal, manageable lives without medications. Thursday, March 22, Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 7 pm. The event is free, no registration required. Introduction and Q&A - local EFT practitioner Hilary Moon.
What strengthens the immune system? How important is the food we eat? Come and listen to a talk by Dr. Brian Clement, speaker, educator, author of numerous articles and books. Learn about enzymes, antioxidants, micro and macronutrients, the basic science and mechanisms that bring about a heightened and balanced immunity.
Tues, Oct. 25 6-9 pm, Wolf Performance Hall
Free, No registration required
Join us Monday, July 18 at 7 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall for the screening of this interesting documentary: Infinity: The Ultimate Trip...Journey Beyond Death. What happens after we pass from this world? Is there a life after this one? Or do we just disappear forever? These are the questions asked in this powerful and poignant feature documentary.
Join us on Thursday, July 14 at 7 pm in the Stevenson & Hunt meeting room for a talk of Bhante Kovida: Dharma and Psychotherapy: using the Buddha's teaching to overcome mental and emotional suffering. The Buddha was a spiritual psychologist and psychotherapist, and in teaching the Dharma he wanted us to have a better understanding of the human condition and the nature of mental-emotional suffering.