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Dissolve the mind's divisions of Self PDF Print E-mail
Written by gnostikal   
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 17:52

You are invited to be part of an unscientific yet meaningful aesthetic experiment intended to discern what percentage of the human experience embodies primal gnosis.


For our purposes at this particular moment in time and space, let us agree to understand ‘primal gnosis’ as fundamental and experiential knowing.

Through his work with some of the most realized Rhythmatists in the world, Master drummer and musician Greg Ellis has acquired a profound knowledge and awareness of indigenous rhythms and their effects on one’s physical and metaphysical being.


Harnessing his vast collection of drums, gongs, and bowls, he creates powerful resonant frequencies that become a vehicle for transcending form. His instruments and style of playing balance masculine and feminine principles, mapping a space for pure being, where one releases the conditioned need to identify with mind and embraces the primacy of formless-ness. His rhythms, always organic and improvised, become a truly sustainable fuel source for generating energy.


YOU are welcome to join Transformance, the psyche-sonic journey we call RhythmTRAnce, exploring ‘the felt presence of immediate experience.’ (phrase coined by Terrance McKenna)


Date: To Be Determined (tbd)

Time: 7 PM- 9(ish) PM (bring a pillow to sit on and wear clothes you can move in, if you want to move)

Location: contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Suggested Donation: $20 (no-one is turned away for lack of funds, creative barter is always welcome & encouraged)

RSVP: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

NOTE: due to the potential depth of release within this experience, we ask that other arrangements be made for the care-taking of children under 14 during this time.


 

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