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Friday, September 9
 

1:00pm

Lunch and Music: Featuring Paul Kenny & The Gratidude Brad Morris

Paul Kenny is a folk artist from Topanga Canyon in Los Angeles, California.  His music sends a profound message with a clear voice.  He resonates with today like a "Bob Dylan" of 2011.  He will be gracing us with some of his songs on Friday afternoon to set the tone for our event.  His song "End to All War" will also be featured as the opening song on the Compilation CD.


http://www.facebook.com/paulkennymusic

Speakers
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Brad Morris

World adventurer, social entrepreneur, meditation guide and lover of Life. Brad Morris is on a mission to raise the love vibe globally through his Inner-vative approach to making meditation fun and helping people laugh to enlightenment with his Conscious Comedy videos and unique way... Read More →



Friday September 9, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Kane Hall Room 225 University of Washington, Seattle

5:00pm

Dinner and Music: Featuring Theo Simms & Chief Sonne Reyna

Theo began writing songs and taking music seriously in 2005, 6years ago while in his first year of university. Since then he has spent this time developing a lively stage presence, writing bright original songs bursting with beautiful melodies and inspiring lyrics, and building an extensive repertoire of positive, popular cover tunes. His dream is to use music to inspire and support the global transformation to a life sustaining and just world that future generations can enjoy and thrive in. In his teens and early adulthood Theo fought with addictions and has learned to use this struggle as a context to grow from, to seek deeper meaning and experience of life, and become unstoppable in his pursuit of truth and purpose. The battles with extremes also inspired a desire to become a more balanced person, a well rounded musician and a successful visionary artist. Theo cherishes his idealism and puts it to practice by volunteering with organizations like Generation Waking Up. In April 2011 he and a group of 3 other facilitators, artists and organizers traveled around California inspiring and awakening youth to the global challenges humanity faces and to their personal power to take part in transforming our current crises in to brilliant opportunities. The goal all the way is to bring forth a sustainable, just and thriving global civilization. His genuine intentions and musical expressions touch people, bringing the heart’s perspective into focus, providing the space for unconditional love and appreciation for life and possibility to flourish. Theo loves to perform and has played everywhere from seedy dive bars to hot yoga studios. His music is ideal for anyone on a spiritual path with dreams of discovering and expressing their true self and co-creating a peaceful, thriving world. He loves to play at workshops, conferences, retreats, cruises, yoga studios, but can also thoroughly entertain birthday parties or large crowds at festivals. Music and performance is Theo’s gift, Theo’s love (the literal meaning for Theodore is God’s Love) and Theo’s true joy. He is eager to travel, singing about the new consciousness: a global family interconnected with the Earth and the Cosmos, and the truth of love and peace in our heart of hearts. He knows his dream of inspired smiling and dancing audiences all over the world will be a reality and if you are thinking of booking him you are making dreams come true.

Chief Sonne Reyna

Yaqui Indian and Sundance Peace Chief will share a poem and a blessing. 

See a YouTube Video of Chief Sonne Reyna Here.


http://www.facebook.com/pages/Theo-Simms/463577725470

Artists

Friday September 9, 2011 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Kane Hall Room 225 University of Washington, Seattle

8:00pm

Closing Song with Shyan Selah

Friday September 9, 2011 8:00pm - 8:15pm
Kane Hall Auditorium 120 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA
 
Saturday, September 10
 

12:30pm

Lunch and Music: Featuring Ester Nicholson & James Howard with Blessing by The Gratidude Brad Morris

Ester Nicholson is a licensed spiritual practitioner and inspirational recording artist who brings her personal experience of 24 years of sobriety coupled with a committed practice of spiritual principle to audiences around the globe  - with riveting keynotes, soul nurturing music, transformative workshops and heart connecting retreats.

For the past 17 years, she has studied under Michael Beckwith, founder of Agape International and featured teacher of The Secret.  Ester has also been a licensed member of the Agape International Spiritual Practitioner Core for 11 years.  A gifted vocal artist, she has completed two world tours with Rod Stewart, Bette Midler and others - in addition to appearing on such television shows as Oprah, The Tonight Show, The View and the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

“Our community was so immensely moved by her performance that we continue to be asked about her return.  Ms. Nicholson has displayed a high degree of integrity, purpose, and faith. In addition to her excellent musical accomplishments, she has proven her ability to inspire people and reach out to the audience through her motivational talks and personal experience.  Ms. Nicholson would be a positive element to any event, and I am happy to give her my wholehearted endorsement.” - Bonnie Kleissle, MPH, CCPA, Administrative Director Blessing Hospital Cancer Program, Quincy, IL

Ester is currently facilitating workshops on Forgiveness, incorporating principles from Colin Tipping's Radical Forgiveness and 12 Steps of Recovery, sourced from Prosperity teachers such as Eric Butterworth, John Randolph Price and Abraham. As a teacher, she illustrates through her own personal struggle - and ultimate transcendence - over erroneous beliefs in lack and limitation.  Nicholson shares, “It has become very clear to me that a false sense of identity and the ignorance of our true nature are the only true blockage to our good.  The more those false beliefs are dissolved through an unwavering commitment to ‘know the truth that sets us free,’ the more we break through the hypnotic suggestion of lack and finally experience the glory and magnificence of the universe.”

Ester's personal struggles as a teenage mother, substance abuser, food addict, victim of domestic violence and her ultimate triumph over these adversities, place her in a unique and powerful position to relate to and inspire teens, youth and adult groups from all walks of life.

Whether she's speaking and sharing her music with churches, The United Way, The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority or helping teens at a Catholic School in Yuma, Ester provides high-value tools and technologies touching hearts and minds with her deep commitment to making a significant contribution to the world.

James Howard

 


http://www.esternicholson.com/

Speakers
avatar for Brad Morris

Brad Morris

World adventurer, social entrepreneur, meditation guide and lover of Life. Brad Morris is on a mission to raise the love vibe globally through his Inner-vative approach to making meditation fun and helping people laugh to enlightenment with his Conscious Comedy videos and unique way... Read More →

Artists


Saturday September 10, 2011 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Kane Hall Room 225 University of Washington, Seattle

4:00pm

Dinner and Music: Featuring Rafe Pearlman & Jody Levy

Also Featuring Poetry by Jody Levy


http://www.rafepearlman.com/

Artists
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Jody Levy

“Each pore and spore tingles with the delicious knowledge of the long awaited birth; the god body, the light body, this fully conscious earth.” JL  Jody Levy is a prayerformance artist, poet and visual artist.  The intention of my work is to create a tuned field of conscious... Read More →
RP

Rafe Pearlman

Colored by the sounds, textures and experiences of a lifetime of travel, from the Alaskan Bush to the Middle East, Rafe Pearlman’s music is in a word inspiring. A study of contradictions and then some, his voice and music has been described as: eccentric, passionate, cerebral, gentle... Read More →



Saturday September 10, 2011 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Kane Hall Room 225 University of Washington, Seattle
 
Sunday, September 11
 

12:30pm

Singing Bear & The Human Revolution
Artists
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Singing Bear

Singing Bear Music
Anthony Singing Bear is a stylistic singer-songwriter weaving wise words and personal stories into jazzy swing, world beat, reggae, hip hop and soul. His popularity is in large part due to his conscious well-thought lyrics, inventive songwriting, and soulful emotive voice. Bear’s... Read More →


Sunday September 11, 2011 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Memorial Stadium 401 5th Ave N Seattle, WA 98109

4:00pm

Musical Performances & Celebration

Meet the "AFropolitans"

Derrick N. Ashong & Soulfège combine driving rhythms, authentic musicianship, the crisp harmonies of Ghana-born vocalist Derrick N. Ashong and co-founder Jonathan M. Gramling, with provocatively elevating lyrics, that transcend and defy even the most imaginative of descriptive capacities.

"…Soulfège’s members realized they have the platform to reach ears not only with their music-a fusion of thumping African music and rhythms, sweet reggae breezes, funk, and hip-hop-but also with their message.”
-The Boston Globe


Artists
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Derrick Ashong & Soulfege

"Here are musicians, poised with a positive vibe and with lyrics so uplifting that you actually believe, if only for one night, that slowly, out of a species-wide weariness for discord and conflict, a new world mood may emerge from the street and the Net, somehow defying the odds—a... Read More →



Sunday September 11, 2011 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Memorial Stadium 401 5th Ave N Seattle, WA 98109