Kai Chi Do with Club Divine
Imagine doing Kai Chi Do in a club-like atmosphere where there’s strong intention for consciousness raising. A spirit-infused party with altars, sacred geometry, healers, live artists, performances and DJs playing high energy positive music. That’s Club Divine’s Tazdeen “Taz” Rashid teamed up with Charles Robinson and Kai Chi Do, and just for a bigger blast, they’re joined by hip hop kirtan artist Srikala. And yes, I did say hip hop kirtan. Holy wow!
Join Charles, Taz and Srikala for the party at Club Divine:
CLEARWATER on Friday, November 1st from 7pm to midnight at the Unitarian Universalist Church 2470 Nursery Road. Tickets are $20 in advance. $25 at the door.
MIAMI on Saturday, November 9th from 1pm to 3pm as part of the Sound Healing events at the Friends of Nature festival at beautiful Virginia Key Beach Park. One Day Saturday pass for all the festival activities $45.
NAPLES on Saturday, November 9th from 8pm to midnight at House of Gaia 1660 Trade Center Way in Naples. $15 in advance. $20 at the door.
Looking for more Club Divine? Taz and Srikala will also be kicking up stardust with Club Divine in Eustis, Hallendale, and Coconut Grove during their Florida tour. No Kai Chi Do at those locations but check it out anyway. You’ll have a great time and meet some amazing people.
FIND YOUR BALANCE IN THE WORLD
Kai Chi Do, Breathwork, Lecture, and Discussion
One Day Retreat/ The First Element: Root
Saturday, October 19th, 2013
9am – 5pm
Bring your own lunch
Bring a yoga mat and pillow
Root represents our Connection to Life Energy, or Source. This Connection creates safety and security as we navigate our physical world. Our Root Connection establishes stability and balance. Root grounds us in the present moment, helping us to release our attachments to the past and worries about the future. (What a relief!)
In Kai Chi Do we experience Oneness through connection to the Divine Life Energy that flows in all of us, through appreciation of the Self that is the unique individual manifestation of Life, and through connection with one another, the experience of authentic community.
We hope you’ll join us!
Unity of St. Petersburg
6168 1st Ave. N.
St. Petersburg FL 33710
Program fee: $100
Complete the Retreat registration form and fax to us at 800-272-4311
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Root Chakra image © JKerrigan at Dreamstime
Emotions meditation. Emotions are messengers from our inner teacher, our inner guidance system. If we listen to them, they give us awareness our own wants and needs, and the intensity of our desire. They tell us if we are heading in the right direction or getting in our own way. They tell us what needs to change. If we listen. And if we don’t listen, they get louder, more insistent. When they hurt, they’re revealing our own resistance, our own contradictions, the gap between what we want and what we believe, the discord between who we are and what we’re doing. May this meditation help you to listen to your emotions, and find your way into harmony with your inner Being, the Source of who you are.
Emotions Meditation by Charles Robinson. Music by J. S. Epperson, Gammadrone (Quantum Edit) – generously shared through HigherMusic.com and a Creative Commons license -CC-BY-NC-Share Alike.
To download the mp3 file of this Meditation, right click the “meditation” link above, and choose “Save Link As”. It will download the file to your computer or mobile device.
We hope you’ll join us every Wednesday night at 8:30 pm Eastern time for a Livestream Meditation with Charles Robinson.
Instructor Francine Brown brought Kai Chi Do to the Chicago Neighborhood Youth Corp, a Chicago Police Department Summer Youth Program, and the results were amazing. The Youth Corp is designed to break down barriers and encourage trust, build community, and inspire service. Those goals are in perfect harmony with the purpose of Kai Chi Do – to help people to experience the feeling of Connection, to Source, Self, and others.
I think participant Shavell Franklin said it best when she described the value of the Youth Program, “It unites us and that’s what our city needs the most.”
We are so proud that Kai Chi Do was a part of this program! Thank you, Francine!
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