Get a healthy dose of conscious comic relief with an afternoon of hilarious, heartfelt musical musings and mindful mischief. Join Unity of Austin at 1 p.m., February 4 for a comedy concert by Greg Tamblyn.
His songs and stories impart empowering life messages, celebrating the best in ourselves while laughing at the rest of ourselves, as well as spiritual insights through the right-brain doorway of music and laughter. It’s “ha-ha” with an “a-ha.”
Unity of Austin states it is an openhearted, welcoming spiritual community and believes that amusement is a very high vibration. “For all of us genuine, one-of-a kind humor beings, silliness is a marvelous way to explode our limitations. Take a musical joyride into mystery and mirth, the profound and the absurd, the weird and the wonderful, the psychological and the spiritual, and the sacred and the silly,” says Rev. Anna Shouse, Sr. Pastor, Unity of Austin. “Remember, 10 minutes of laughter is worth an hour of meditation. Tone your funny bone and tune your heartstrings. Get a comedy hangover that lasts all week. All fun-loving, forwardthinking folks are welcome. Bring your friends. They’ll still be your friends afterward. We’ll be vibrating at the frequency of fun.”
Cost: $12 in advance; $15 at the door. Location: 5501 W. Hwy. 290 Service Rd., Austin. For more information about the concert or to purchase tickets, call 512-892-3000, ext. 304, or visit UnityChurchAustin.org. For more information about Greg Tamblyn, including free songs and videos, visit GregTamblyn.com.