The Mayan calendar ends in December 2012. So what does this mean for us mere mortals? Some people say it will be the “end of the world.” But others connected to the Mayans themselves say that 2012 represents the beginning of a new era. A moment for transformation. A break in the matrix. A shift in consciousness from the myopic to the expansive. An opportunity to realize that we are all connected – humans, animals, and nature – and that as conscious sentient beings, we can chose the higher path.
Commemorating this once-in-a-lifetime occasion is the Day of Tikkun (meaning “repair”) being held in San Francisco on Saturday October 6, 2012. This not-to-be-missed, historic event will bring together top talent from the musical and spiritual worlds. Think of it as a much-needed day off from our otherwise furious pace. An opportunity to breathe and become rejuvenated. A chance to celebrate the best that human beings have to offer each other and the planet. Come for the afternoon, evening or entire day!
Day of Tikkun
Saturday, October 6, 2012
12:30 pm – 6:30 pm: Afternoon program
8:30 pm – 10:30 pm: Evening concert
The Nob Hill Masonic Center
1111 California Street
Free or optional donations from $10
VIP levels also available
A Philanthropic Event
Thanks to the generous support of author and entrepreneur Eric Greenberg, you can attend this event for free. Yes, an entire day of gifts completely complimentary! If you like, you may also make a donation (scale $10 and up) to one of ten local charities that are making a difference in the community. You pick your favorite organization from an impressive list including Friends of the Urban Forest, Meals on Wheels, Off the Mat Into the World, Global Green USA, the Edible Schoolyard, Spirit Rock, and many others. There is also a VIP level that features reserved seating.
What exciting elements await you and your guests at the Day of Tikkun? There will be a beautiful concert from famous kirtan singer Snatam Kaur whom Oprah Winfrey calls “one of the most amazing surprises of my life.” You will hear talks from top spiritual teachers and performers including Marianne Williams on miracles in today's world, Alberto Villoldo on soul repair, poet and Rumi translator Coleman Barks, Grammy award-winning musician David Darling, and Eric Greenberg on spiritual quests. You will experience a healing prayer ceremony from the Q'ero shamans of Peru, the last un-broken lineage of the Incas, who will bless each individual participant, call for healing, and create powerful collective energy for the repair of the world. Every great event needs a great soundtrack, and DJ Dragonfly will provide one for this special day.
“We have a choice to evolve or devolve during these most challenging times in human history,” says Greenberg. “My hope is that people take the powerful energy of the day out into the world and help their fellow brothers and sisters.”
The Day of Tikkun is a production of EG, a spiritual portal dedicated to awakening the global community to their divine aspect and the power of a soul-driven life. Author, entrepreneur and philanthropist Eric Greenberg was a pioneer of the commercial Internet. A personal crisis launched him on a seven-year spiritual journey where he remade his life. He is dedicated to lifting the collective consciousness and making the world a better place. To this end, he started the popular healthy takeout restaurant in San Francisco called Beautifull which I personally love. His award-winning book Generation We became a rallying cry for the millennial generation of youth in the United States, and I am looking forward to his forthcoming book on spiritual repair.
For more information and to sign up for the Day of Tikkun, please visit www.dayoftikkun.com