Sing Your Heart Out - Karaoke Nights
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Sing Your Heart Out - Karaoke Nights

Open to Everyone - Sing Your Heart Out!
Come join Us to sing your heart out! We a start time of 6:30pm. Closing up at 12:30am. The alchemical tonic bar will have a adaptogenic lung cacao tonic, to open up the throat chakra, and we always have mountain valley spring water on tap. This is a beautiful time to tap into your Bhakti. Each night we will have a them night like 80's Or 70's Night.

Our first Night will be dedicated to conscious music. Anyone like Nahko and Medicine for the People?

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3rd Eye Cacao Alchemical Integration
Feb
24
1:30 PM13:30

3rd Eye Cacao Alchemical Integration

3rd Eye Meditation Bar - Neil Dumra is hosting a very special event, "Alchemical Integration & Cacao Ceremony
This will be a fantastic event for anyone who wants to connect deeply and elevate their vibration.

ABOUT THE EVENT: 

Connect to yourself and open your heart while learning core Alchemical Integration techniques from Neil Dumra - founder of 3rd Eye Tonic. These simple and profound practices can increase your vibration, deepen your connection to your inner self and heart chakra, support transformational shifts you are working towards, release old patterns and traumas, or simply help you move into a more self-confident space.

After learning these beautiful techniques, we will be integrating in a comfortable space — with conversation, sharing the experiences and creating the space for deep integration; bring a journal!

We encourage you to bring a guest!

With Love From My Heart to yours,

Neil Dumra

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Open Mic/Open Dialogue
Feb
24
6:00 PM18:00

Open Mic/Open Dialogue

Expand your consciousness through visual and performing art. the soul expression.  Open Mic is the place to be to showcase your Soul's gifts and talents with others or to simply enjoy it through your senses. We welcome poets, singers, musicians, visual artists, and dancers. This event is for the spiritual and conscious minded.

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Sacred Sound & Cacao Ceremony
Mar
2
6:00 PM18:00

Sacred Sound & Cacao Ceremony

Sacred Sound & Cacao Ceremony - Let's Redefine Love

This event is opening the portal of love -- are you ready to dive deep with loving all of you? 

Love is the highest frequency you can vibrate in, and the highest state of consciousness. In the pure frequency of love, there is gratitude. Creation. Happiness and oneness. Love is all. All is you.

3rd Eye Cacao is serving the highest quality cacao in a heart-expanding ceremony to experience a greater sense of balance, harmony, and connection with your higher self, releasing all everything that is no longer serving you, others, and our Earth. Cacao literally translates as the ‘Elixir of the Gods’ from the South American Ancestors. It is a powerful medicinal plant for expanding consciousness without the hallucinogenic properties of other powerful plant medicines from the jungle.

Cacao in its raw and natural state contains over 300 compounds, including the bliss chemicals anandamide, phenylethylamine, and theobromine. These chemicals are naturally released when we fall in love — which is why we still give chocolate to loved ones on special occasion — although 90% of processed chocolate is full of sugar and contains little or none of the health properties found in raw cacao. This cacao is paired with ayurvedic herbs, adaptogens, aphrodisiacs, and the highest vibrating synergistic elements that allow you to love all of you, and connect to your root that allows you to rise! This space is for ceremony. We have zero gravity massage chairs, an alchemical bar and we offer an intention for you to connect with this pure, ceremonial grade cacao from Ecuador; sourced in collaboration with the Rainforest Partnership. The ceremony is an experience in multi-dimensional group energy where cacao is ritualistically sipped alongside the heart expanding practices of sound, movement, companionship, meditation, and more.
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Event includes:

- Sacred Cacao Ceremony
- Guided Movement
- Meditation
- Sound Healing
- Healing Touch
- Nourishing Aromas
- Conscious Connection
- A special gift
- Zero Gravity Massage chairs
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3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night

Conscious Movie nights
A philosophical come together for entertainment, hot 3rd Eye Cacao and heart expansion~

Showing on the Projector

Join us for some entertainment and conversations
Allow the films to permeate your brain as you chill back, relax and indulge your senses

In this space we hold the opportunity to deepen the awareness of self with playful curiosity.
Bringing concepts and ideas to the surface to be interpreted, discussed and digested.

Join us for our first and weekly '3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night'

Please arrive 15 mins early and settle in
This will allow us to screen the film with time for conversations if you so desire.

Feel free to bring a blanket, get cosy and comfortable and let the film do that talking!
What: MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. 
Director: Steve Loveridge
MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. is a candid look at the singer Maya Arulpragasam, popularly known as M.I.A.—a film that has been a long time coming. About ten years ago, the “Paper Planes” star turned over hours of home videos to director Steve Loveridge. What happened after that could almost form the basis of its own documentary—at one point in 2013, Loveridge declared that he “would rather die” than keep working on the project—but what has emerged is an uncommonly unadorned look at a young artist growing up before our eyes. Think Amy without the crushing heartbreak—although that’s not to say that M.I.A.doesn’t have its share of sobering moments. “He took all of my cool out,” the musician told Billboard after the film’s Sundance premiere. “He took all the shows where I look good and tossed it in the bin. …I didn’t know that my music wouldn’t really be a part of this. I find that to be a little hard, because that is my life. It’s not the film that I would have made.” Her assessment is inaccurate—among M.I.A.’s highlights is its booming version of her galloping Kala track “Bamboo Banga”—and it also fails to appreciate how much care Loveridge has taken in shaping his story about a young woman reconciling her family history with her own burgeoning political awareness.

As her fans no doubt know, M.I.A. was born in London but grew up in Sri Lanka, where her father Arul formed the revolutionary organization the Tamil Tigers. Arul’s activities became a cloud over her head during her early career—perhaps burnishing her reputation as a musical rebel but also inspiring protests from those who labeled him a terrorist—and M.I.A. chronicles in nearly real time how the performer educates herself on Sri Lanka’s political strife and incorporates it into her daring, electric music. In recent years, M.I.A. has fallen out of critical favor for myriad reasons—the furor over her decision to flip off the camera during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show, her inability to repeat the phenomenal success of “Paper Planes”—but the film makes no attempt to rehabilitate her career. Instead, Loveridge, who went to art school with M.I.A., is after something far more profound: mapping the risks and rewards of being a potent but imperfect political artist in an age when sensationalism is everywhere and nuanced rhetoric is, sadly, in short supply. It’s a sign of M.I.A.’s unfinished maturation that she can’t quite grasp the gift her friend has given her. —Tim Grierson
WHERE: 3rd Eye Meditation Bar
902 East 5th Street, Suite 107

Austin, Texas 78702

WHEN:
Thursday February 21st, 2019
7pm- 10pm

TICKETS:
$20 @ Door with a
~~ 3rd Eye Hot Cacao ~~
~ Feel Free to bring snacks~

Cash, Paypal, Cashapp, Venmo and all major credit cards are all accepted! We will soon be accepting cryptocurrency as well!

See you then!

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Sunset Agnihotra - Awakenyourinnerfire.com
Feb
19
6:00 PM18:00

Sunset Agnihotra - Awakenyourinnerfire.com

Agni is a universal power responsible for union and harmony throughout creation. Since the Industrial Age, humanity has lost its spiritual connection to Agni, contributing to ecological disturbance and pollution.

Agnihotra is a universal practice that creates balance and harmony for all life, through the element of fire. Awaken Inner Fire is dedicated to sharing this ancient practice and other holistic Vedic and Yogic practices.

Agnihotra and its Ayruvedic applications can heal:
- Anxiety
- Fatigue
- Insomnia
- Depression
- Drug addiction
- Radiation pollution
- Soil nutrient depletion

Agnihotra nourishes the self and environment, enabling life to flourish in its many forms.

Experience oneness, peace, and love as we offer healing energies to Mother Earth and connect in meditation.

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3rd Eye Cacao Alchemical Integration
Feb
10
1:30 PM13:30

3rd Eye Cacao Alchemical Integration

3rd Eye Meditation Bar - Neil Dumra is hosting a very special event, "Alchemical Integration & Cacao Ceremony
This will be a fantastic event for anyone who wants to connect deeply and elevate their vibration.

ABOUT THE EVENT: 

Connect to yourself and open your heart while learning core Alchemical Integration techniques from Neil Dumra - founder of 3rd Eye Tonic. These simple and profound practices can increase your vibration, deepen your connection to your inner self and heart chakra, support transformational shifts you are working towards, release old patterns and traumas, or simply help you move into a more self-confident space.

After learning these beautiful techniques, we will be integrating in a comfortable space — with conversation, sharing the experiences and creating the space for deep integration; bring a journal!

We encourage you to bring a guest!

With Love From My Heart to yours,

Neil Dumra

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3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night
Feb
7
7:00 PM19:00

3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night

Conscious Movie nights
A philosophical come together for entertainment, hot 3rd Eye Cacao and heart expansion~

Showing on the Projector

Join us for some entertainment and conversations
Allow the films to permeate your brain as you chill back, relax and indulge your senses

In this space we hold the opportunity to deepen the awareness of self with playful curiosity.
Bringing concepts and ideas to the surface to be interpreted, discussed and digested.

Join us for our first and weekly '3rd Eye Cacao & Conscious Movie Night'

Please arrive 15 mins early and settle in
This will allow us to screen the film with time for conversations if you so desire.

Feel free to bring a blanket, get cosy and comfortable and let the film do that talking!
What: MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. 
Director: Steve Loveridge
MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. is a candid look at the singer Maya Arulpragasam, popularly known as M.I.A.—a film that has been a long time coming. About ten years ago, the “Paper Planes” star turned over hours of home videos to director Steve Loveridge. What happened after that could almost form the basis of its own documentary—at one point in 2013, Loveridge declared that he “would rather die” than keep working on the project—but what has emerged is an uncommonly unadorned look at a young artist growing up before our eyes. Think Amy without the crushing heartbreak—although that’s not to say that M.I.A.doesn’t have its share of sobering moments. “He took all of my cool out,” the musician told Billboard after the film’s Sundance premiere. “He took all the shows where I look good and tossed it in the bin. …I didn’t know that my music wouldn’t really be a part of this. I find that to be a little hard, because that is my life. It’s not the film that I would have made.” Her assessment is inaccurate—among M.I.A.’s highlights is its booming version of her galloping Kala track “Bamboo Banga”—and it also fails to appreciate how much care Loveridge has taken in shaping his story about a young woman reconciling her family history with her own burgeoning political awareness.

As her fans no doubt know, M.I.A. was born in London but grew up in Sri Lanka, where her father Arul formed the revolutionary organization the Tamil Tigers. Arul’s activities became a cloud over her head during her early career—perhaps burnishing her reputation as a musical rebel but also inspiring protests from those who labeled him a terrorist—and M.I.A. chronicles in nearly real time how the performer educates herself on Sri Lanka’s political strife and incorporates it into her daring, electric music. In recent years, M.I.A. has fallen out of critical favor for myriad reasons—the furor over her decision to flip off the camera during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show, her inability to repeat the phenomenal success of “Paper Planes”—but the film makes no attempt to rehabilitate her career. Instead, Loveridge, who went to art school with M.I.A., is after something far more profound: mapping the risks and rewards of being a potent but imperfect political artist in an age when sensationalism is everywhere and nuanced rhetoric is, sadly, in short supply. It’s a sign of M.I.A.’s unfinished maturation that she can’t quite grasp the gift her friend has given her. —Tim Grierson
WHERE: 3rd Eye Meditation Bar
902 East 5th Street, Suite 107

Austin, Texas 78702

WHEN:
Thursday February 7th, 2019
7pm- 10pm

TICKETS:
$20 @ Door with a
~~ 3rd Eye Hot Cacao ~~
~ Feel Free to bring snacks~

Cash, Paypal, Cashapp, Venmo are all accepted

See you then!

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