Produced and presented by Daniel Ryan, co-director at The Center For Integrative Hypnosis, and Devon Stein, The Happy Chef NYC. With The Bowery Cannabis Club. Hosted by One Thousand Birds.
6:30 - 9pm. Thursday, October 10, 2019
One Thousand Birds - 70 Wooster St. SoHo NYC
$75. $65 for Bowery Cannabis Club members
Email Danielryancrt@gmail.com to reserve your spot
Space is limited
You are invited to an evening of conversation, practice, and exploration. We will begin and end with time to enjoy each other’s company, hang out, and experience the wonderful treats provided for us by Devon Stein, The Happy Chef NYC. Our programming will then start with a brief talk introducing the pillars of this exciting new event series, a little of our philosophy, and an examination of set and setting through the lens of Timothy Leary’s classic guide, The Psychedelic Experience, based on The Tibetan Book of The Dead. This will be followed by a guided meditation led by Daniel Ryan, expert in guided trance, meditation, and regression therapy. We’ll conclude with 20 or 30 minutes of observations, testimonials, take-aways, and sharing.
Infused Meditations will be offered monthly. Attendance is limited to under 20 guests so please reserve early if you would like to attend. Ticket price includes shared edibles and pre-rolls.
This event is part of a series called Sound, Set & Setting devoted to exploring the interaction of primal forces within us as we alter states intentionally and unconsciously through music, sounds, and substances. At our foundations, the power of music to change our physiology is undeniable. Consider how many feelings you might experience during a great four-minute pop song. Threads within physics describe all of reality being vibrated into existence. As an example, the tuning fork emits the perfect C major to our ears and we feel it’s wholeness. Even the bible suggests first there was the word. During the events we’ll experience voices, ambient music, live facilitation of instruments, and other sources as ways to elevate further.
Research shows that New York loves Cannabis. We consume more than most other cities and the majority of our citizenry supports legalization. And while we wait for that long overdue step in legislation, there are families and communities in need and ready to engage in a new future that already recognizes the innate medicinal qualities within the plant.
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About your hosts:
Daniel Ryan maintains full-time private practice as Co-director at The Center for Integrative Hypnosis in New York City. With offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn, he offers hypnotherapy, regression therapy, mindfulness, and meditation to individuals, groups, and businesses. As a second-generation practitioner beginning his practice out of his father’s in 2011, Daniel has a unique story. Today he champions ethical practice alongside thought leadership and exploration into new territory.
Devon Stein is the owner and operator of the Happy Chef NYC. A professional vegan baker, chef, and medicine woman - she will be providing the culinary delights, edibles, teas, and pre-rolls that will be enjoyed and shared. Her products and treats will be available for purchase at our events and she will be on-hand to tell us about their ingredients, sourcing, and deliciousness.
The Bowery Cannabis Club was founded in 2016 to connect the growing cannabis community members with each other, and to provide the highest quality information, experiences, and products to New York City. We are uncompromising with quality but also value hospitality, and ensuring all BCC Members have access to experts/professionals, each other, and safe + fun places to gather.
One Thousand Birds is a sound and creative tech studio with spaces in New York and Los Angeles. They offer a full suite of services including sound design, mixing, post-production, voice over, animation, film, branding, ADR, VR, and more. The OTBirds family is a beautiful collection of souls. We are graciously welcomed into their home for our events and with gratitude treat it like our own.