Sunday, Nov. 8th: Mike Beck "Native American Story: Jumping Mouse"
- Center for NonDualism
Program Date: November 8, 2009
Program Time: 11:00-12:00
Fellowship: 10:30-11:00; 12:00-12:30
SPEAKER and TOPIC:
Mike Beck : "Jumping Mouse: A Native American Story"
Mike Beck is currently an artist who creates custom hand drums in the traditional ways of cultures from around the world and facilitates drumming workshops and circles. He lives in Navarre, Florida where he has a small workshop on the shores of East Bay.
At other times Mike has identified himself as a pilot, a poet, an author, a photographer, a carpenter, a computer network manager,a management effectiveness consultant and an operations officer for a small software company.
He has degrees from Texas A & M University and the University of Oklahoma and has trained at the School of Lost Borders in California and Ontos: A Center For Being in Pensacola to facilitate a spectrum of pan-cultural wilderness rites of passage.
9:15-9:30 fellowship and help set-up
INTERACTIVE PROGRAM (9:30-10:30):
(Time is limited, program will begin promptly at 9:30)
Meditation Techniques with Dr. Bill Campbell
Upcoming Speakers: (subject to change)
November 15th: Carolyn Reynolds
November 22nd: Felicia McQuaid
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
The Center for Non-Dualism is a community for people who share the
Non-Dual perspective of Religion, Yoga, and Philosophy. The purpose
of the Center is to maintain a loving fellowship and to provide a
nurturing environment that is conducive to learning and experiencing
the oneness of Non-Dualism.
Non-Dualism is the orientation that there is one absolute reality
without a second, and that each of us, although an individual person,
is one with that reality, just as a wave is not separate from the
ocean. The emphasis of our Center is on the practices such as
contemplation and meditation which lead to the direct experience of
this Non-Dual reality.
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