An empath is someone who feels the emotions of others. David Sauvage, a highly sensitive empath, will surrender his nervous system to your emotions and show them back to you through his body. He will become you to express what you are feeling. Would you like your feelings read? A chair will be open to whomever would like a reading. They will take place from 7pm - 8:45pm on a first come first serve basis, so come early if you want to be sure you get read.
An empath is someone who feels the emotions of others. David Sauvage, a highly sensitive empath, will surrender his nervous system to your emotions and show them back to you through his body. He will become you to express what you are feeling. A chair will be open to whomever would like a reading. You may also just watch. You won’t forget it.
We're putting my skills to the test -- literally. A neuroscientist named Juan Acosta will be strapping an EEG on my head as I do readings to see what's going on. That's right: I'll be entering my semi-trance state of reading another person and you'll be seeing my brainwaves simultaneously.
This healing discussion is for men and women who wish to delve into the nuanced and often unsaid truths of living and working together. You’ll be guided in honest, loving, and challenging dialogues about the power dynamics and tensions that can exist between a sexually active man and woman who professionally collaborate with each other.
THE 23RD ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS is a five-day nationally acclaimed multi-faith celebration of music, poetry, art, film, and dialogue with spiritual leaders, practitioners, and teachers.
The Promise of a Progressive Populist Movement: Building a multi-racial, urban-rural coalition to advance a bold agenda to transform America
Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Time: 10:30am - 3:00pm (Registration opens at 10:00am)
Location: The National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC
Hosted by People’s ActionWe want invite you to join a gathering about how to build a multi-racial populist movement that can change the trajectory of our democracy. This is a unique opportunity to join a conversation about the future of America with grassroots leaders from rural Appalachia and family farmers from Iowa; tribal leaders from Indian country; voters from small towns across the Rust Belt, Heartland and South; thought leaders; members of Congress; and key leaders from some of the most important movements for racial, economic and gender justice in our country.