Please join Filmmaker Ken Sheetz and CoProducer Elizabeth England at our Premiere Festivities for the documentary film:
The Coolest Meditation Ever: Antarctica 12.12.12
We have two 12/12/16 events: A 5:30 pm Reception and the 7 pm screening.
5:30 Reception ticket on this page through Eventbrite.
Join filmmaker Ken Sheetz and CoProducer Elizabeth England in a toast to the film's global theatrical premiere at Mary Fisher Theater. FOOD and LIBATIONS at Red Planet Diner.
7pm SCREENING at Mary Fisher Theatre, follow this link for Film Premiere Tickets.
Includes The Coolest Meditation Ever: Antarctica 12.12.12 screening & 8:30 Q&A. (Screening and Q&A tickets must be purchased through the Sedona Film Festival website or at http://bit.ly/CoolestPremiere)
One Man's Meditations for Quantum Planetary Change
How does the universe communicate from subatomic particles, wavelengths, superstrings, to stars and galaxies and every being?
And how do individuals communicate back to see their dreams manifest before them?
The heartening assumption of The Coolest Meditation Ever is every one of us makes waves in the field of consciousness that are felt for eternity and experienced in our lifetimes. On Earth we are drinking the water and breathing the air here when Earth began. That framework of quantum connection of all beings empowered one man to plant that quantum nature in film viewers’ minds.
In just over an hour Sheetz makes us quantum participants in 24 motivational shifts in the collective consciousness across the planet. The film’s ET spirit guide, Ohom, tells us, “It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy that the people that do these meditations link their hearts to the work that was done in Antarctica. Weaving this intent across the hearts of mankind powers up planetary healing for us all."
While all of this is spiritually serious, it’s easy to see in this lighthearted documentary that Sheetz likes to laugh, poking lots of fun at himself and stretching our imaginations of what is real. The penguins are delightful, Antarctica is visually astounding, and its unpredictable primal nature makes this film an exciting journey into remote inner and natural worlds. Take a quantum adventure to Antarctica with fun and loveable filmmaker Ken Sheetz, and be part of positive changes we all want to see in the world.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There's plenty of parking at the ET Encounter Red Planet Diner. It's walking distance or a short drive to the Mary Fisher Theatre for the 7 pm film and Q&A with Director Ken Sheetz. Film tickets are separate at http://bit.ly/CoolestPremiere.
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Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No for reception, Yes for film screening.
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Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?