Special j-a-m evening in Cambridge
- Dear friends,
Please accept our invitation to a special just-a-minute event in Cambridge entitled 'It's about time'All the details are given in the e-flyer below (certain email / web browser security settings may block pictures). All the information is repeated in text at the bottom of this mailing.Tickets are FREE but booking is required.To obtain your ticket, please contact Mumford Theatre on 0845 196 2320.Best wishes
j-a-m team, Londontext from flyer:its about timeBe part of just-a-minute, a global initiative to experience the power of a peaceful and calm mind starting with just one minute at a time. Since its launch in September 2006 at Wembley Arena, it has reached over 100 countries world-wide. This unique event at the Mumford Theatre marks Cambridge joining the j-a-m.
FREE TICKETSAlthough this is a FREE event tickets are required.To obtain your ticket, please contact Mumford Theatre on 0845 196 2320For more information call Inner Space 01223 464616
its about:international musicians, experts in meditation and in business provide an extraordinary combination to inspire you to access your inner peace, power and wisdom.During this very special evening of music, conversation and enlightenment you will discover how to:
- develop deeper awareness of your own nature and the world around you
- be inspired by creativity and meditative insights
- take just-a-minute to experience the power of a still mind
- recognise the way your perspective impacts your world
it includes:musiciansPercussionist and vocalist Adesose Wallace adds vibrancy to the evening through playing the African drums. He has played with many musicians around the world, and appeared at the WOMAD festival 2003.Andrew Blissett from the spiritual band Bliss adds brilliancy through his playing of the grand piano, while Trishna Shah, an Indian Raag performer trained in Varinasi, India opens the heart through singing and playing the tampora.Daphna Sadeh is a composer and double bass player. Her compositions integrate a diversity of musical cultures drawing inspiration from Jewish, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern traditions.Royal Academy of Music trained Inga Maria Klaucke will be playing the recorder. She performs both traditional and contemporary pieces in chamber combinations in England and in Germany.speakers:Sister Jayanti travels widely as an international speaker, broadcaster and emissary for peace. She has a unique ability to impart deep spiritual truths with great clarity and is European Director of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University and their NGO Representative to the United Nations in Geneva.Geoff Marlow is a business advisor and executive coach helping people in organisations to work together more effectively, with 25 years of business experience in Europe, Asia and America. Alongside his professional career he has been a student and teacher of meditation with the Brahma Kumaris since 1990. The speakers the musicians Mumford Theatre, Anglia Ruskin University.
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