A rare opportunity to spend a day with Michael Neill and Dicken Bettinger exploring the profound implications of Syd Banks work in the context of non-duality.
Have you ever sensed a space within you that is vast and unbounded?
Have you ever felt beautiful feelings of profound wellbeing and unreasonable happiness?
Here’s how the enlightened Scottish mystic Syd Banks described coming home to the space within:
“Where we’re searching for is our home grounds – we’re searching to find the way home.
And to find the way home, what you have to do is look at everything in reverse…
instead of searching outside for the answer you seek,
all you do is look inside, and there lie the secrets that you want.”
On the 5th June, Dr. Dicken Bettinger and Michael Neill will be acting as “tour guides” to this inner space – a dimension of consciousness so ordinary and close to us at all times that it’s easy to miss and even easier to underestimate its impact on every area of our lives.
“To find what you seek, abandon all thought that there is a separation between the spiritual and the physical world… your eyes must see in the singular if you want to see truth.”Syd Banks
The goal of the day is simple – to take you beyond the words from theory to practice; from philosophy to experience; from concept to the reality of who and what we really are.
Date: 5th June, 2019
Time: 10am – 5pm (UK)
Location: Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square | London | WC1R 4RL
Nearest Tube Station: Holborn Station (Central and Piccadilly lines) is approximately five minutes walk away. Also within reasonable walking distance are Chancery Lane and Russell Square.
Cost: $99 (approximately £75)
Bonus: All participants will also get access to audio recordings from last year’s sold out Living Beyond the Known event.
What Michael has to say about Dicken:
“When I first met Dicken Bettinger, I remember remarking to my wife on what a lovely man he was. When I finally spent some time getting to know him, I realized his ‘loveliness’ came out of an incredible depth of insight into what life is and where it comes from.
Every time we teach together, I’m reminded of how different it is to live from the deepest place inside ourselves than to just ‘talk about thought’. My own level of aliveness and insight starts to rise, and I leave more in love with life than ever before.”
What Dicken has to say about Michael:
“Michael makes me laugh. And not just because he is entertaining, which he is, but because he talks from a place within that is full of lightness and humor. Perhaps every bone in his body is a funny bone.
But what I know is he has an uncanny ability to poke fun at our humanity in a way that allows me and others to laugh at our bumbling humanness. And he points toward the space within of our lighthearted magnificence, which tickles our funny bones when we recognize the truth of that.”