7 March at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Come and join us at the centre for a cosy film night, where we’ll watch a carefully selected, informative film, aimed at opening your eyes to surprising elements of life you might never have thought about before…
Thursday 7 March 7pm-9pm:
‘Spontaneous Evolution’.. If looking at today’s headlines makes you wonder about the fate of our planet, here is some news that may surprise you: from an evolutionary standpoint, we are exactly where we need to be. According to eminent biologist Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., we are surrounded by the proof that we are poised to take an incredible step forward in the growth of our species.
Just as a terminally ill patient can have a spontaneous remission – usually following a profound life change or change in beliefs – human society is now on the verge of a similar healing. In this dynamic, illustrated lecture, Bruce presents compelling scientific evidence that shows how our collective perceptions are contributing to global crises and how, by changing those perceptions, civilization will thrive into the future.
This screening will be open to 8 people maximum, so that we can create a cosy, ‘living-room’-like environment, with comfortable seats and cushions. Feel free to bring your slippers and blanket!
Tasty, healthy nibbles included.
Please note the following:
1. Together Against Cancer (TAC) is a registered charity and offers this workshop on a free or by donation basis (donatons may be made on the day and are entirely voluntary).
2. The workshop is open to everyone over the age of 18.
3. Photographs may be taken at the workshop, which we may use in our publications and social media.
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