Enlightenment & Education

Get woke with talks and workshops about working, playing, living, and loving better.


Advanced Metaphysics, Spiritual Development & True Wokeness

Kamau Abayomi
Critical Thinking With Woke Folks
Monday, January 21 - 3pm-6:30pm

Originally from San Francisco, California, Kamau Abayomi has lived, performed and taught internationally as a multi-disciplinary artistic mystic for last 20 years. His workshop sessions are rooted in ‘The Law of One’ principles and offered with the intention of inspiring others into a holistically balanced life, with the awareness, activation and expansion of their own spiritual and artistic power.

Since there are most definitely ‘levels to this sh*t’, the question we will explore in this interactive lecture is: How ‘woke’ are you/we? Fa real tho. Themes explored:

  • Ancient African Spirituality

  • The Law of One Principles

  • Soul vs. Spirit

  • “Black American” Magick

  • Multi-Dimensionality

  • Attaining Energetic Sovereignty

  • Healing & Initiation Paths

  • What is this “5th Dimension” talk all about?

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Science and Society

Dr. Roger O. Ebanks
Critical Thinking With Woke Folks
Monday, January 21 - 3-6:30pm

What is science?  Why is it powerful?  How does it work?  When is science useless? What is the relationship to the arts? What does science have to offer us? This seminar will address these questions in order to provide a more realistic view of the use and function of science.

Dr. Roger O. Ebanks was born in Jamaica in 1960.  His family moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1969. He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry in 1996 from the University of Toronto. Dr. Ebanks has published over 20 scientific research papers and has written a series of books on the relationship between science, society and government. 


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hippie hustle

Jasmine Pringle
Conscious Business
Tuesday, January 23 - 1-3:30pm


Find out how to make money by following your passion on the road!

“Hippie Hustle” is a talk designed by two global citizens — Marc is a medical doctor and copywriter and Jazz is a professor and digital marketing strategist — about their physical, digital and spiritual journey, and how they utilized their skills on the net to create a location-independent income.

Marc Tschechne (@Gen3rationY) & Jasmine Pringle (@Vagabond.Jazz) are the founders of Love In Strange Places, a collection of stories and resources from their intellectual and creative experiments as professionals and as travelers on alternative pathways.

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The Blockchain is Finance for Everybody

Stefan King
Conscious Business
Tuesday, January 22 - 1-3:30pm


Stefan King writes and speaks about cryptocurrency. As Community Director at Yellow Startup Factory, he hosts events related to Bitcoin, crypto, and blockchain.


Melvin Hart
Consciousness and Healing
Wednesday, January 23 - 1pm - 4:30pm
The Cutler

Forging the bridge between science and spirituality

In this discussion we will be speaking on neo-shamanism: what it is, and what it looks like in the modern age. We will also cover topics such integrating higher states of consciousness into our everyday lives as well as true visionary wellness, and the art of holding space.

Melvin Hart is a Neuromuscular Therapist, LMT, CPT, and a shamanic medicine practitioner and healer. As part of his training in the world of plant medicine, Melvin has worked with various indigenous shamans, done numerous dietas in the jungles and mountains of Peru and facilitated and participated in 100+ plant medicine ceremonies.

Melvin is dedicated to helping people reach and activate their innate potential and bring them to the apex of their being: mentally, spiritually, and physically. Through support, accountability and directed intention, he believes all potentials can be reached and all blockages can be cleared. He continues on the lineage of his ancestors.

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Fast Track Technique

Jaz Goven
Consciousness and Healing
Wednesday, January 23 - 1pm-4:30pm
The Cutler

Jaz Goven is a world renowned holistic practitioner that has spoken to crowds over 5 continents, for over 20 years. She is the founder and creator of the Fast Track Technique and Fast Track 4 Kids, a revolutionary practise for releasing blocks and limiting beliefs that have been stored in the subconscious mind. Fast Track Technique (FTT) is a unique, powerful and intelligent healing system that deals directly with the subconscious mind to effect self-realization and change.

In this workshop, Jaz will explain the power of the subconscious mind, how it works and how we can easily remove any blocks or limiting beliefs and become greatest versions of ourselves. 

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meditation as therapy

Jon Massmann
Consciousness and Healing
Wednesday, January 23 - 1-430pm
The Cutler

After a lifelong battle with clinical depression, Jon found deep solace and healing in Vipassana meditation. After his first encounter with it in 2015, he has since been studying and teaching it throughout Asia. In “Meditation as Therapy”, a 3-hour workshop, he aims to equip others with these powerful tools to delve into, understand, and ultimately heal the mind. Interweaving knowledge from the Western psychological sciences and the wisdoms of Eastern contemplative sciences, he hopes to offer a path that is accessible and effective for people of all walks of life.


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Business Workshop for Visual Artists

Gabrielle Tesfaye
Sustainability and Wellness
Thursday, January 24 - 1pm-3:30pm

Although the world may love to imagine the life of an artist is nothing but painting lovely pictures in a spacious studio all day without a worry in the world, we know that is far from the truth!

This presentation will be for artists who are seeking direction and insight into the “how to’s” of the other-side of being an artist- business! We will talk about social media presence, website organization, writing artist bio’s/statements, grant writing, portfolios, selling art, and more.

The workshop also aims to shatter the fear based illusion of business for artists, and transcend into a confidence of deeper connection and mastery in our crafts.

(This presentation is open to all but will be of best use to visually based artists.)

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Cannabis Policy

Chokwan “Kitty” Chopaka, HighLand Network
Sustainability and Wellness
Thursday, January 24 - 1pm-3:30pm

Kittys background in corporate law, digital strategy and technology has enabled her to be a unique voice for the cannabis advocacy group, Highland Network, an organization that has been dedicated to the goal of the legalization of cannabis in Thailand.

Highlands focus is Awareness, Education and Knowledge sharing on all topics relating to cannabis and its governing policies. Highland believes that under these three pillars the public will be able to make their own educated decision regarding their view, reception and action regarding cannabis.

Find out more about Highland Network at www.facebook.com/highlandmag