9365 Personal Interludes Oct 2017
45 Day Access
These are painful times. These are chaotic times. And it is important to take a break because the key to dealing with the rigors of your reality, to dealing with the chaos that is riddled with tragedy and overwhelmed with pain is through understanding and through valuing … understanding yourself and valuing yourself: who you are and why you are here. Step out of the rigors, out of the chaos, to take a break – an Interlude – so that you can do what by your presence and grace comes naturally to you: to love, to heal, to dream, and yes, to work magic. ~ Lazaris
Interludes are a wonderfully intimate one-on-one time with Lazaris where the focus of the questions covers a wide range of various topics. The intimacy and vulnerability during the Magic Times that comprise Personal Interludes and Lazaris are breathtakingly beautiful, and because of the level of vulnerability, we have not broadcast the Interludes as Pay-per-Views prior to this event that took place in October, 2017.
This particular Interludes has a focus upon healing pain. Lazaris points out that the goal is not to eliminate pain but to understand it so that we can heal it. As well, he discusses how we have entered a period of “fierce and furious chaos” and why that is happening. Now, more than ever, it is important to be the Mapmakers in a world that is counting upon magic, but we are not alone. Together, we can understand in order to bring that love, healing, dreaming and magic so sorely needed to our world.
So many who attended Personal Interludes and Lazaris commented that the Magic Times deeply touched and helped them, and we received many requests to create a Pay-per-View event of the Magic Times. With gracious permission, we are sharing most of the Magic Times of the October 2017 Personal Interludes and Lazaris so that you can participate from a distance.
As Lazaris so often says, "This is your magic time too."
Welcome to this intimate session of Magic Times.
Video Production - Eric Belluche
Sound Engineering - John Brinkman & Darren Nelsen
Sound Post Production - Eric Belluche
Video Editing - Eric Belluche
Graphic Design - Margie Deeb
Proofing/Testing - Alix Jamieson