Can A Science of Sychronicity Change Our Lives?

Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Event Description: 

A Virtual Dance Palace Event

Sunday, October 18, 2020; 4pm PDT

When we listen to synchronicity, we experience more flow. Sky Nelson-Isaacs started The Synchronicity Institute to look deeply into physics and cosmology and develop a model for the meaningful coincidences that shape our lives.

Surfing the waves of synchronicity is a life-changing upgrade. In our emerging, interconnected world, it is those who are able to shift from anxiety to curiosity, excitement, and determination who will be able to lead us forward.

Synchronicities are seemingly random events that nevertheless lead to an experience that is meaningful. In the bigger picture, this is about choosing between possibilities. We'll look at the power of grief to cut through our filters, get us into a flow state of mind, and help us choose. Our sorrow, when we allow it to be felt, has the power to change our behavior. Come experience a science-based peek into a powerful way to navigate choice.

Registration (free) is required in advance of the event and ends 60 minutes before the event start time. One registration is good for all those who are watching together on one device.

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Registered attendees will receive an Eventbrite email with the Zoom link 30 minutes prior to the start of the event.

There is no cost to attend, but Sky is genrously offering this talk as a fundraiser for the Dance Palace Community & Cultural Center. Donations to support the Dance Palace are gratefully accepted at:

Posted by: 
Susan Pierson

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