Awaken Austin, a local business that offers like-minded people the opportunity to gather, learn and grow, presents Soul Cinema Movie Night. This free monthly event, sponsored by Higher Brain Living Mastery Facilitators Stacey Lemire Martin and Sandra Vela, presents December’s movie—BOUGHT: Your Health, Now Brought to You by Wall Street, from 7 to 9 p.m. December 11, in the Tanglewood Forest neighborhood. Popcorn and light snacks will be provided.
Project Transitions, an organization dedicated to providing supportive living, housing and hospice services in compassionate and caring environments, will host its 26th annual Holiday Swing fundraiser from 7 to 11:30 p.m., December 5, at the Double Tree Hotel Austin. The Holiday Swing gives Austinites the chance to kick up their heels to the hot sounds of big band, jazz, hip-hop and more while helping a worthy cause.
by Denise Wilbanks
Within the last decade, technology has played an influential part in shifting people’s states of consciousness. Seeing that much more is possible has paved the way for people to be more accepting of new possibilities. People have witnessed advances in many fields since the dawn of the Internet. The sharing of information has made it possible to collaborate and disseminate knowledge. It is unquestionable that data sharing leads to new awareness resulting in self-empowerment.