book signing follows presentation
Date: Friday, September 28
Time: 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Center for Spiritual Living Santa Rosa
2075 Occidental Road
Each of us represents a universal presence that is always poised for an evolutionary leap in consciousness. Our part is to discover and activate it through our spiritual practices including meditation, affirmative prayer, and the Life Visioning Process.
Join Michael Bernard Beckwith in Santa Rosa for an evening of Inspiration and Transformation.
Michael Bernard Beckwith is the founder and spiritual director of the Agape International Spiritual Center. Based in Los Angeles, California, Agape is a trans-denominational, multicultural community of thousands of local, national and international members and live streamers. Highly regarded for his teachings on the science of inner transformation, Dr. Beckwith embraces a practical approach to spirituality that acknowledges the accelerated pace of our contemporary times. His unique transmission of spiritual practices including meditation, affirmative prayer, and life visioning enable the practitioner to take the experience of inner peace coupled with awakened awareness into the activities of everyday life.
An eminent representative within diverse religious traditions and harbingers of world peace, in February 2012 Dr. Beckwith addressed the United Nations General Assembly as part of its annual World Interfaith Harmony Week. As co-founder and president of the Association for Global New Thought, he had the distinguished honor of presenting to Nelson Mandela the Gandhi King Award. Along with Arun Gandhi, the grandson of India’s legendary leader, Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Beckwith is international co-chair of the Gandhi King Season for Nonviolence, which was launched at the United Nations in 1998 and is active in 900 cities across 67 countries. About its mission, His Holiness the Dalai Lama has said: “Both Gandhi and Martin Luther King are inspiring examples of the power and truth of nonviolence and the actions that arise from them. The Season for Nonviolence is a very good tool to remind us of their witness, and also the large unfinished work we have together in transforming awareness on our planet.”
Regular Admission: $50 ($65 after Sept. 21)
Preferred Seating: $70 (85 after Sept. 21)
Tickets for events are not mailed out. They will be held for pickup at the door the day of the event.
Online ticket sales for this event will end Tuesday, September 25, at 5 pm. Tickets will be available at the door if there is space available.