The Oracle Institute
“An Advocate for Enlightenment and a Vanguard for Spiritual Evolution”
Proudly Presents: Reverend Lowell Smith on:
New consciousness for a new millennium
|Saturday December 5, 2009||Amethyst Acres||Laura@TheOracleInstitute.org||Recommended|
|3:00 – 5:00 p.m.||38303 Winsome Trail Lane||or call (540)882-9252||Donation of $20|
|Purcellville, VA 20132|
Participants in our classes are people who seek spiritual growth by pursuing Truth, sharing Love, and embracing Light.
This workshop will introduce the twin concepts of "Levels of Consciousness," as set forth by Don Beck in his book Spiral Dynamics, and “Transcending Levels of Consciousness” as taught by David Hawkins. Lowell will relate these Levels of Consciousness to what many are calling the “New Millennium Consciousness,” which is being expressed by many of the so called Indigo, Crystal, and Star Children (and some adults). Lowell prefers to call these kids: “Children of the New Consciousness.”
Lowell also will describe how he came to identify these New Age children and adults, and what his understanding of their Group Soul's purpose is at this time. He then will compare and contrast the Indigo, Crystal, and Star Child aura patterns, and he will provide a broad overview of the current literature and various theories regarding these New Age children and adults.
In addition, Lowell will provide insight into how the New Age kids are impacting the world and what each of us can do to understand and support these New Consciousness beings. Time permitting, Lowell will do individual aura readings to determine whether attendees’ auric pattern might categorize them as an Indigo, Crystal, or Star Children. Lowell’s website: www.ReflectionsInLight.org
The Truth(2nd Ed January 2010) presents a history of the 5 primary religions and their prophets, and challenges readers to decide whether these now ancient belief systems are more focused on promoting Spiritual Unity or perpetuating religious separation.
The Love (February 2010) is narrated by Laurel and contains essays and poetry on the topic of love from Nobel Peace and Pulitzer Prize winners: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Stephen Dunn, Aung San Suu Kyi, Wendell Berry, Maya Angelou, Bill McKibben, Madeline L’Engle, Barbara Hand Clow, Andrew Cohen, and Rumi.
The Light (due 2011) explores the exalted yet accessible nature of the Supreme Being in a manner that is consistent with a sophisticated 21st Century human mind and experience.