This is a call out to all the island, for every person that understands interdependence, inter-connectedness. An interactive event is scheduled to take place on the campo in Sant Joan, 22nd September at 4pm (until sunset) and you are invited.
With men wearing white and the women wearing red this is not dissimilar to a flash mob gathering - and indeed is going to be filmed (from a hot air balloon overhead) & photographed accordingly.
Celebrating love, celebrating the strengths found in our polarities (hot and cold, day and night, masculine and feminine) you are invited to come along, to walk in the field. With celebrated Self Innovators, Carmen and Michel, the two sexes will be guided to both visually display and perhaps more importantly experience the power of union and oneness.
It can be hard to imagine such an event, the impact on both an individual and the whole but Art Lovers Founder and the woman behind the entire concept, Leyre Lopez de la Paz says this is in part the purpose - to experience it by being a very direct part of the event. Experience, know, share.
It all sounds a bit artsy, a little bit hippy-ish but beneath the cynicism, there's an inescapable truth in the events purpose. The four pillars are Explore, Nowness, Experiment and Oneness. Explore the event, know it directly, play with it, understand it both as an individual and a group.
This is the first event by Art Lovers and they hope to take the idea to 64 cities around the World.
Art Lovers is a procreative platform, celebrating human evolution with the foundation of love, celebrating the strengths found in the Worlds polarities as a guide.This isn't about talking but about doing.
So, time to raid the wardrobe (remember, men in white, women in red) and on a Saturday afternoon, pop along to the Sant Joan district and join in. You are invited.
If you'd like to be involved or simply to know more, please go directly to Art Lovers - Inspiring Evolution
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