Invitation From the Circles
There's still time to register for the Evolver Intensives crop circles course that starts this Saturday, August 20th. Hosted by Suzanne Taylor, Crop Circles as a Portal to Personal and Planetary Transformation explores the opportunity that the circles provide to offer humanity the opportunity to make a profound collective discovery. Knowing we share the universe with others, with intelligences that actively communicate with us, could trigger leaps to the higher states of awareness and greater satisfaction that are the promise of this age of transformation.
- What are the extraordinary and subtle designs of the crop circles trying to tell us?
- What evidence proves that crop circles are not made by human beings?
- Are the circles an invitation to rethink our materialistic worldview and realize the interconnection of all that is?
- Would insight into the origin and messages of the circles open you to experience greater sensitivity and more compassion in your life?
The spiritual aspect to the circles often is ignored in discussions about how they are created and whether they are "real." Not so for our host, filmmaker Suzanne Taylor. For more than two decades, Suzanne has been captivated by the circles, so much so that she was the force behind “CROP CIRCLES: Quest for Truth,” the first feature documentary ever made about the circles, which she served as Executive Producer. Featured presenters include John Martineau, Daniel Pinchbeck, Nancy Talbott, Gary Bobroff, and Jeffrey Wilson. Also joining the series are Lucy Pringle, Alan Steinfeld, Barbara Lamb, and J. Paul De Vierville, who will be attending each session and adding their insights to the conversation. They will offer far-ranging material related to the circles that most people are unaware of, as they present their findings and discuss their understandings and perspectives about this awe inspiring mystery. And each guest will share with you the shift of awareness that the circles gave rise to in their own lives.
This course takes place on two Saturdays, August 20 and 27, followed by two Sundays, September 11 and 18. You can participate from your laptop anywhere in the world with a broadband connection.
Each session is devoted to a 90-minute presentation by a featured guest, followed by a Q & A session in which you can take part.
This will be a live, dynamic experience in which you become part of a community sharing real time with some thought-shapers who have been closely involved with the crop circle phenomenon.
Here's a video of Suzanne talking about the course with EI's Chris Kaplan: