The Fearless Projector:
Overcoming Anxieties to Venture Out-of-Body
Thursday, May 18 – 1PM-4PM (Theory) and 5PM-7PM (Practice)
James L. Knight – Miami Conference Center (Merrick room)
Fear of projecting outside the body is one of the most common factors that hinders parapsychic development, and, in turn, hampers spiritual evolution. This fear, called ‘Projectiophobia’, refers to the fear of having out-of-body experiences as well as perceiving non-physical beings or subtle dimensions.
THEORY AND PRACTICE: In addition to theoretical content, this course also includes two hours of interactive practical exercises to improve bioenergetic control and self-defense. Theoretical portion will be available online.
What you will learn:
Many people block their paranormal senses, either consciously or unconsciously, for various reasons. This process can occur due to past life traumas or even to traumas and fears related to this life.
Some people consciously repress their paranormal senses as they may have experienced specific types of paranormal phenomena that they simply can’t make sense of. On the other hand, many people are scared of such perceptions but don’t really know why. In this case, all they know is that they feel a sense of unease or even danger. This situation is usually the result of misconceptions and misinformation.
This course will bring to light the emotional and energetic processes involved, and empower the person to dismantle underlying fears. It will allow participants to replace fear with knowledge.
This course provides participants with an opportunity to talk openly about their concerns and fears, receiving knowledgeable, sensible information in return.
Theory – open to everyone.
Practice – participant must have attended Theory (from 1pm-4pm) or taken CDP1.
Analaura Trivellato has been a consciousness researcher and an instructor at the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC) for over 20 years. She has a background in Psychology and Languages with degrees in both disciplines. Besides being the Director of the Department of Research and Scientific Communications, she is also currently Editor in Chief of the Journal of Consciousness.
|Class||Before April 30||After May 1||IAC Members|
|Theory + Practice||US$89||US$95||US$79|
Remote participants may attend the Theory online. The Practice portion will not be available online.
‘Mandorla’ Film Screening
Thursday, May 18 – 7:30-9:30 PM
Narrative feature film USA & France, 90 min., 2016. Directed by Roberto Miller.
Mandorla explores a man’s search for a meaningful life despite conflicts between his inner and outer worlds. Ernesto is a visual artist and seeker stuck in a corporate job, who is drawn by dark magical visions to a medieval French city. There he seeks an elusive banker to help him unlock an obscure dream that threatens his job, family, and sanity.
Mandorla premiered at the 2015 Julien Dubuque International Film Festival and went on to win Best San Francisco Film at the San Francisco Film Awards, and an award of Merit at the Awareness Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Director Roberto Miller and his producing partner, Liz Holdship, will attend and discuss the film with us in a Q&A session after the screening.