Saturday, June 17, 2017, 2 to 4 pm
Ice House Theatre – Mercer & Independence Streets
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(Suggested donation: $35)
Emissaries from the Future
Is it possible to enter into two-way communication with people in the
distant future? In this highly experiential workshop, we explore this
possibility through a technique that straddles the blurry boundary
between improvisational role-playing and telepathic channeling. Each
participant will get a chance to ask questions of a being from the
future, as well as to actually connect such a being and channel the
answers. Charles will use a powerful guided meditation to forge a link
with people 200 years from now. You need not actually believe in this
premise for this "technology" of communicating across time to work. It
is equally effective if you don't believe in any of that channeling
crap, and instead see the process as a role-playing game. However you
interpret it, the experience of speaking from the future is uncanny, and
a tremendous sense of clarity opens up, a kind of direct, authentic
knowledge that despite the gravity of the present crisis, a more
beautiful world is indeed possible.
Of the many possible futures, this process connects us with the most
beautiful one that you can realistically imagine, by invoking
experiences that showed us directly what is possible for life and earth.
As framing, Charles discusses the superposition of timelines, multiple
pasts and futures, and the social dynamics and psychodynamics of
transition, laying out a metaphysical basis for the time-bridging
technology we will employ.
Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on
themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural
His on-line writings have generated a vast following; he speaks
frequently at conferences and other events, and gives numerous
interviews on radio and podcasts.
Eisenstein graduated from Yale University in 1989 with a degree in
Mathematics and Philosophy, and spent the next ten years as a
Chinese-English translator. He currently lives near Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania with his wife and four sons.