STAND 6 | FROM FEAR TO HOPE: A Workshop On Flourishing In The Age Of Pandemics, November 5-7, 2021

WHY THIS WORKSHOP: Most Filipinos live in fear. We continue learning scary stories from the government and media about COVID-19. We became so full of fear that we became fear itself. Life has lost its excitement and luster. Millions are depressed and thousands have committed suicide.

But inside us, there is a united force that yearns for truth and freedom. Our extremely intelligent immune system is just one mighty manifestation of this force in us. The other is the incredible power of our awakened consciousness to direct our immune system towards health. These capacities can conquer the virus and all its variants while, at the same time, deeply connect us with our true humanity. Know and activate these powers inside us. It is our ticket from despair to hope, individually and collectively.

We invite you to undertake a UNIQUE journey. We will learn how to break the grip of fear in us, overcome Covid-19, and sustain our hope in humanity. We will understand:

  • The false narrative propping up COVID-19, vaccines and lockdowns.
  • Why we never had an epidemic.
  • How the human immune system and a disciplined mind conquers Covid-19.
  • How fear shuts down our reason and immune system (IMS).
  • How the new sciences of epigenetic biology, astrophysics, and neuroscience can unleash the full power of our IMS to overcome COVID-19.
  • Why we can flourish in the emerging age of pandemics of all kinds: biological, censorship, surveillance, behavioral manipulation, and other massive attacks on humanity.
  • Who we really are and our planetary mission.
  • How we can leverage all this knowledge to advance our mission and create a new country that our human dignity deserves.

Pre-requisite: If this article and podcast resonate with you, then this workshop may be for you.  https://covidcalltohumanity.org/2020/08/25/nicanor-perlas-was-there-really-an-epidemic/  and https://covidcalltohumanity.org/2021/04/01/episode-2-ecq-shows-low-iq-parts-1-2/

Resource Person:  Nicanor Perlas has facilitated hundreds of workshops nationally and globally (25 countries) on a diverse range of topics including COVID-19, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, nuclear power, sustainable agriculture, post-materialist science, societal threefolding, transpersonal psychology, and self-transformation. For the global impact of his work, he has received many awards for including the Outstanding Filipino Award and the Right Livelihood Award (Alternative Nobel Prize).

Investment for Inner Peace and Health.  P4000 for 2 days inclusive of workshop fees, lodging, and organic food. Compare this P2000/day investment with NCR prices of P5000/day just for the event fee, not including board and lodging.

Full Scholarships available for leaders among the youth and millennials (ages 15-35). There will be an interview to qualify and avail of the scholarships.

For more information: Arrival/departure times, directions, safety measures, and others, contact Espie Oebanda, Program Coordinator at 0926-723-6556.

Why “Stand”? Instead of “Batch”, we now use Stand to identify the group cohorts of a workshop. Thus, instead of Batch-6, we use Stand 6.

In addition, “Stand” captures the essence of the workshop. We stand for the truth. We stand to confidently face Covid-19 with our renewed immune system. And we stand with others to pursue our individual and collective health.

We will be giving this workshop monthly, at a minimum, for the next three years. That is our stand and commitment. We aim to rebuild and make this country stand again no matter what the future brings us.

We will stand, united! We will hope, together! We will flourish beyond all challenges, forever!

Testimonials for Fear to Hope Workshop

“The workshop has … demonstrated the power of hope and collective awakening as consciousness evolves amidst the darkness.. It was affirming of the reality of the Great Spirit manifesting individually and collectively…. to restore balance and unity of the divine and humane… thus activating light and life forces towards a more evolved civilization.”

DOM-AN

Indigenous Tribal Leader

“I usually participate in a lot of seminars and trainings. [Compared with the others,] this one hit me real [hard]. Each and every day of this seminar, my mind continued thinking, session after session. … I saw how wonderful God had created the world and the people. [We] have our own [immune] system to fight any kind of viruses attacking us.”

HANNA ALLYSSA ATIENZA

Student Leader, Mindoro

“My key takeaways from the workshop are: 1) The pandemic serves a purpose for the collective consciousness to arise. 2) Our response to the pandemic will decide on the kind of future we create for ourselves. 3) There is a trajectory that humanity is destined to go – like a rocket in a launching pad – and each has to take on the challenge to heed this call—individually and as humanity as a whole. …  I likened this workshop to cleaning my “glass window”—once wiped from dirt and debris—everything seems to be in vivid colors looking inside-out. But, more than that, my reflection of myself is untainted and shows me what I am “really” made of.”

MAYET VALDEZ

Chief of Staff in a government agency

“The workshop “From Fear to Hope” is a very empowering, enriching and evocative process and learning experience for those who are seriously asking the question of: What is the human being? What is the fully-human in relation to a world that faces consequential challenges, and how can we face these challenges with courage?  Ultimately, the workshop allows for an inner experience, that gives rise to the realization that to a certain extent the challenges we face can be reframed and seen as a gift, that is calling to us to be more courageous, and to value, fight for and embody our freedom and a greater sense of compassion for each other.”

ELIAS ROMUALDEZ

Council Member for the Youth Sector, Ecosystem of Stakeholders for Sustainable Agriculture (ESSA)

“The following are the impact and realization on my part:  1. That I have nothing to worry about whatever illness or virus that will come; all I need to do is to always strengthen my immune system. And that there is a universe inside us that works harmoniously no matter how complicated our body system is. 2. That there is overflowing hope inside us; we can make a difference, … no matter how complicated the situation is. [We are] humans, always seeking for truth, justice and happiness”

ESPIE OEBANDA

Program Coordinator, Center for Bayanihan Economics

“The workshop … strongly affirmed my purpose in life which is to influence my fellow youth for the benefit of the whole. I am very proud to my co-participants because they embraced the “call” of our Source to be part of this movement and the collective actions as the response to a crime against humanity.”

NINYA SARMIENTO

Member, youth sector, ESSA

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