Wednesday, 5 September 2018
to Friday, 7 September 2018
Join Kenji for his special Quantum Activation Evenings in Australia.
– How to create peace in your life –
We welcome you into the field of “Quantum Awesomeness” where anything is possible. We invite you and our friends to join us for a unique opportunity to shift your awareness, empower your spirit and for your body to experience the joy of healing.
Each Intro will have a different perspective on How To Create Peace In Your Life. All the presentations will be spontaneously transmitted according to the interests and level of each group and will be an introduction to the Gymea retreat and what you can expect to receive from your attendance.
A recorded group activation and Q & A will conclude the presentations.
Many earth changes are afoot and Kenji will provide some tips and suggestions on how to navigate through these intense transformations and changes. Humanity is being challenged to look at and resolve all past issues, traumas, incomplete emotional experiences and memories. Humanity is being asked to do your homework in order to be aligned with the cosmic vibrations that are upon the planet so we all can move into the New Earth with more joy, peace, love and divine balance.
Kenji Kumara serves as a “quantum bridger”, messenger and initiator of grace and blessings. He has spent the past 48 years in the field of conscious transformation and healing and holds a Masters degree in Education and is a certified spiritual healer with years of study and practice in the healing arts and complimentary energy medicine. He resides in Sedona, AZ USA. He is a Japanese-American and an elder spokesperson for the ancient teachings.
Hear the next generation of music maestros! The 31st Preston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerto Competition is a chance for six outstanding young artists to perform with an orchestra. This year's finalists, aged 18 to 12, play works by Dvoøák, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Saint Saens, and Shostakovich under the baton of Robert Dora. The adjudicator is cellist Zoe Knighton- and audience members have their say casting a vote for the Audience Prize. For full details, visit Preston Symphony Orchestra's website or find us on FaceBook.
Northcote Town Hall, Main Hall 189 High St, Northcote
TICKETS Full $25 Concession $12 (Must hold a valid Health Care or Student Card) Group of 5+ $15 per person Children under 12 years old free
Transaction fees apply - $3.70 when booking online, $5 when booking on the phone, and free of charge when purchasing tickets at the venue
We accept Companion Cards, call our box office on 9481 9500 to make a booking
Performance lasts for approximately two hours with an interval Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break Flash photography is not permitted throughout this performance