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May
1
Mon
2017
Global Love Day @ The Love Foundation
May 1 all-day

Global Love Day, held annually each May 1st since 2004, is the universal recognition of our innate oneness through love. It is our vision to unite one and all in a celebration of love and compassion. We honor each May 1st as a symbolic day of unconditional love and call upon all people and all nations to gather together in the wisdom of peace and love. Join people around the world in celebrating and expanding LOVE.

The tenets of Global Love Day best summarize our vision:
We are one humanity on this planet.
All life is interconnected and interdependent.
All share in the Universal bond of love.
Love begins with self-acceptance and forgiveness.
With respect and compassion we embrace diversity.
Together we make a difference through love.

When we come from this limitless love, we naturally and easily embrace ourselves and our fellow humanity. Opening our heart, we allow unconditional love to be our guide and compassion to be our gift to life.

We invite you to celebrate with us by consciously focusing on love and what it means to you throughout this day. We hope that by practicing love in all areas of your life, you will find it easy to love unconditionally all year long. Our main theme explains it best…”Love Begins With Me”

May
3
Wed
2017
Expand The Box thoughtware upgrade 5-day training @ ROC Illetas Hotel
May 3 – May 7 all-day

Expand The Box is a safe and astonishing 3-day learning environment for upgrading traditional thinking and behaviors.

Without our knowing how, the standard thinking and behavior patterns we adopted from our parents, our culture and our education system severely limit both the quality of our relationships and our ability to respond creatively to the opportunities and challenges of life. Expand The Box installs swinging doors through walls that previously appeared to be impenetrable.

Jul
7
Sat
2018
ROB DUNCAN LIVE with his Funkin Soul Band- Charity Concert. Let’s help re-unite Children who have been separated from their families @ Rockwood Music Hall 3
Jul 7 @ 6:45 pm – 8:00 pm
ROB DUNCAN LIVE with his Funkin Soul Band- Charity Concert. Let's help re-unite Children who have been separated from their families @ Rockwood Music Hall 3

A great soul /funk concert. Come and be uplifted by great music and let’s raise as much money as possible to help re-unite children who have been separated from their families at the U.S. border. Tickets are $10. Please click on the link below to buy tickets, bring friends! You may make an extra donation on the night if you so wish. All proceeds will go to this great cause. Rob Duncan has played music all over the world, is a father of 3 and writes music about his experience of being human, man and father.

Here’s what he says about his music and this concert:
My music draws from my life experience; spiritually, soulfully, intellectually, and emotionally. All of my songs represent my musical influences like soul music, blues, jazz, and rock. Deeply soulful, funky, melancholy music with ultimately a message of hope. That’s how I write my music. That’s how I sing my music. I lay my heart on the table and reach you in places that you feel.

I have decided to donate the cover charge from my upcoming show at Rockwood Music Hall 3 to RAICES. RAICES primarily provides two very very important things.
It provides lawyers for the children who have been torn from their parents by ICES, and it pays the Immigration Bond which releases the parent from detention allowing their children to rejoin them. This is where your $10 cover charge for my upcoming show will go. If you wish to donate extra you may do so on the night of the show.

ROCKWOOD MUSIC HALL PRESENTS
ROB DUNCAN LIVE with his Funkin Soul Band
Date: Saturday, July 7
Time: 7 PM – 8 PM (Arrive by 6:30. Show starts at 7:00! )
Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3
185 Orchard St, New York, NY
Hosted by North Corner Music

$10 Cover Charge
For Tickets, Click Here: https://bit.ly/2LB0QPM

Sep
20
Thu
2018
FREE Laughter Yoga on the PHONE! @ On the Phone from Wherever You Are!
Sep 20 @ 5:00 pm – 5:15 pm
FREE Laughter Yoga on the PHONE! @ On the Phone from Wherever You Are!

Join others for 15 glorious minutes of Laughter Yoga on the phone as we celebrate 11 Days of Global Unity!
No previous experience, no special clothes or equipment required. CALL: +1-218-339-2460 CODE: 52844# (LAUGH#) We’ll start with SMILE-UPsSM and get the giggles with silly, playful LAUGHTER exercises that help unite us as we decrease stress, anxiety and depression, increase joy, connection, creativity, energy, focus and productivity. Connect to others through LAUGHTER! Different times each day so check the calendar carefully. Times given for Central Standard Time. More information about Sarah and her work on www.SeriousGiggles.com The Event Page has more details including a MAP to find the correct time in YOUR time zone and a link to the Facebook Event where you can RSVP if you want to connect further. Come together to LAUGH for joy! “Laughter is the shortest distance between 2 people.” – Victor Borge

Mar
8
Fri
2019
GPSEN’s Sustainability Symposium @ Portland Community College Cascade
Mar 8 all-day
GPSEN's Sustainability Symposium @ Portland Community College Cascade

There has never been a more important time to learn, find hope, connect with each other, and discover new ways to make a difference as we advance sustainability initiatives in our greater Portland region and beyond. Highlighting cutting-edge academic and community research and sustainability projects, we will focus on collaboration, diversity, innovative problem-solving, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Check out our 2019 Sustainability Symposium Program at www.gpsen.org!

Join opening and closing keynote speakers to celebrate regional innovation and International Women’s Day:

* Judy BlueHorse Skelton, Assistant Professor, Indigenous Nations Studies Program, Portland State University
* Leaders of the Clean Energy Initiative, from CCC, NAACP, OPAL, and NAYA, with moderator Jenny Lee
* Suvira Chaturvedi, a UN Adviser in international development and women’s empowerment

We also have a great slate of speakers, including faculty, student, and community leader presentations, workshops, a poster session, an art exhibit, table exhibits, our award ceremony, and a networking reception and celebration. Plus, we have a pre-conference Student Summit, hosted by our College Network.

Come join us to learn about and celebrate the amazing, innovative sustainability education work in our region and beyond!

Apr
13
Sat
2019
Shamanic Circle with Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar @ United Palace
Apr 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Shamanic Circle with Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar @ United Palace

Since ancient times, indigenous cultures have understood the importance of living in balance and harmony with the earth and cosmos. Because of this, shamanic living has been a source of empowerment, healing and fulfillment for a millennium.

Now, Hereditary Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar will bring ancient wisdom, practices, and rituals to the community in an intimate setting.

This exploration of the ethereal world and subtle realities will introduce you to spirit guides, ancestors, and power animals and awaken the interconnectivity that supports our healing, transformation, and life purpose. Shamanic work has been known to remove deeply rooted fears, attachments and unhealthy patterns that keep you from reaching your highest potential and finding personal fulfillment. Shamans have utilized the power and perfection of nature to facilitate healings for centuries.

In our monthly circle, you will journey to alternate esoteric realms through drumming, rattling, meditation and movement to remove obstacles, merge with spirit, and connect to the core of your being.

Join us to come into energetic alignment with the highest vibrations of the Universe and create positive change in your life and the world at large. The time for transformation is upon us.

Requirement:

Any type of a rattle, could be self made with a glass jar filled with rice, beans, or corn.

Drums if you have them.

Piece of fabric of your choice, and/or one or several ribbons.

Optional:

Power objects from your altars, such as stones/crystals to charge on our altar and then take back home.

Flower(s)

May
18
Sat
2019
Shamanic Circle with Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar @ United Palace
May 18 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Shamanic Circle with Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar @ United Palace

Since ancient times, indigenous cultures have understood the importance of living in balance and harmony with the earth and cosmos. Because of this, shamanic living has been a source of empowerment, healing and fulfillment for a millennium.

Now, Hereditary Tuvan Shamaness ChokBar will bring ancient wisdom, practices, and rituals to the community in an intimate setting.

This exploration of the ethereal world and subtle realities will introduce you to spirit guides, ancestors, and power animals and awaken the interconnectivity that supports our healing, transformation, and life purpose. Shamanic work has been known to remove deeply rooted fears, attachments and unhealthy patterns that keep you from reaching your highest potential and finding personal fulfillment. Shamans have utilized the power and perfection of nature to facilitate healings for centuries.

In our monthly circle, you will journey to alternate esoteric realms through drumming, rattling, meditation and movement to remove obstacles, merge with spirit, and connect to the core of your being.

Join us to come into energetic alignment with the highest vibrations of the Universe and create positive change in your life and the world at large. The time for transformation is upon us.

Requirement:

Any type of a rattle, could be self made with a glass jar filled with rice, beans, or corn.

Drums if you have them.

Piece of fabric of your choice, and/or one or several ribbons.

Optional:

Power objects from your altars, such as stones/crystals to charge on our altar and then take back home.

Flower(s)

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