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Date(s) - 28/11/2019
18:30 - 20:00
ON THE MYSTERY OF BEING
Shakti Caterina Maggi free book talk
Thursday November 28th, 6:30-7:30pm
“We often embark the spiritual journey as if we were a human being looking for the divine. We might discover instead that we are a transcendental being that is having a human experience.
We can awaken to the fact that life is the embodiment of our consciousness, the same one that lives through each and every being. Living from non-dual nature means, then, to meet the duality of life in order to to learn about what we are and express ever more clearly the light of its own being.
From this perspective, ignorance and the apparent imperfections or difficulties we experience are not something to avoid or to deny in favor of an higher reality, but something to go through to manifest our divine essence into the form.
The integration of awakening is a life-long journey that gives a new meaning to our existence as it becomes an offering for the benefit of all.”
Shakti Caterina Maggi, contemporary mystic and spiritual leader, shares a message of non separation (non duality) between all beings in conferences, seminars and retreats around the world. Her interests are on global awakening, sacred feminine and the concrete possibility to embody spirituality in our every day life, though compassion and deep understanding. She collaborated with Science and Non duality Conference and other spiritual no profit organizations around the world. She has been one of the contributor of the first anthology about spirituality and science, On the Mystery or Being, published in 2019 by New Harbinger. She is currently working on publications about compassion as a way of transforming our world.
Join Shakti for this free talk followed by a book signing for the new book On the Mystery of Being, compiled by the founder of the Science and Non-Duality (SAND) conference. Beside Shakti, the book brings together an array of visionary spiritual leaders, psychologists, philosophers, scientists, teachers, authors, and healers to celebrate and explore what it means to be human – including Deepak Chopra, Rupert Spira, Adyashanti.