Independence from Deep-Rooted Fears | Workshop

Aug 19 202310:30am-12:30pm

About the event

About the Organisation: Founded by Claire Parekh and Tarini Mohindar, the mission of ‘Be’ is to empower individuals to live their healthiest and most fulfilling lives by providing unparalleled access to wellness resources and guidance. Through their commitment to education, exploration, and engagement, ‘Be’ creates and curates experiential wellness experiences with trusted and experienced facilitators across a variety of modalities including breathwork, sound healing, movement based meditations, kundalini practices, healing circles, mindfulness practices and more.

About the Workshop: Do you ever wonder why you have irrational fears or inexplicable phobias?Have you ever thought perhaps a previous life experience holds the key? Past life regression is a tool to connect us with our past. It is a gateway to recovering memories from a previous life to help us navigate our current life. Past lives have helped many people unlock trauma, explain anxiety and even given context to a disease they are living with today. In this session participants will learn the theory behind Past Life Regression And Experience a Past Life Regression focused on exploring fears and phobias

Date: 19th August, 2023, Saturday | Time: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

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The Ice Factory at Ballard Estate (IFBE) is an experimental laboratory for transdisciplinary practices across modern and contemporary architecture, art, and pedagogy. The conserved and refashioned structure is itself a historical object; its complexity, diversity, and paradoxical forms of architecture are instruments for the invention of knowledge. Malik Architecture has created an architecture that does not settle, one with spaces to breathe through a crystallization and mutation of traditional, modern, and contemporary experiments. A century-old embodiment... of “the dreams that stuff is made of.” IFBE’s community of architects, artists, scholars, and students exists in the expanding complexity and multiplicity of the present without sacrificing a fidelity to pasts and archiving, to build and chronicle in the here and now, what Reinhard Koselleck felicitously called “futures past.”