When we were contacted about this unique event, we just had to feature it! This free event happening in NYC is not be missed by those interested in the the personal growth field.
The Free One Night Event Enhances Personal Growth Through Science Fiction Cinema, Light and Sound
Take part in a mesmerizing journey in New York City with The Kosmodrome, a new motivational seminar and immersive theater experience developed by Peak Performance Sciences and the organizers of The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival. The event combines elements of science fiction cinema, light and sound for people who desire complete enhancement of their capabilities to unlock life's full potential. The free one-night only occasion will be held on April 18, 2018.
The Kosmodrome is a transformative power that evokes intense emotional states to replace years of negative conditioning with life enhancing flow experiences. With the aim of personal growth and connection to one's core values and beliefs, this experiential journey brings forth a world of wholeness and freedom. Utilizing the principles of science fiction film, the event offers a live and visceral experience through meta narratives as a reflection of reality. "It has been said that life is a stage and we are the actors in a cosmic drama," said Daniel Abella, the director of the event. "Inside the mind is a director and actor and The Kosmodrome puts them both to work by providing the fuel to break through our limiting beliefs and unlock the full story of one's own life."
As modern science fiction's most profound novelist, Philip K. Dick demonstrated the intensity of truth within one's world. His consistent challenge of reality and the fundamentalism that blinds individuals from their true narratives allows for his techniques to be a guiding force behind the mission. "Philip K. Dick understood that we live in a hall of mirrors," said Abella. "We make use of his concepts to embody what lies on the other side." The event also includes thrilling energies of light displays and trance, electronica, alternative rock, pop and serene music that stimulates the brain to reach liberation and escape velocity.
Benefits of The Kosmodrome:
The experience breaks down barriers by helping users find their unique path to success. Through accelerated learning protocols designed to enhance one's state of mind, full potential is reached by:
- Identifying Core Values
- Breaking Old Habits
- Restoring Confidence
- Increasing Self-Esteem
- Eliminating Unwanted Beliefs
- Gaining Control of Emotions and One's Mental State
- Reducing Addictions and Compulsions
- Obtaining Life-Enhancing Flow States
- Identifying Tools of Perception
- Achieving Peak State Through Empowerment Drills
- Learning the Strategies of Top Performers
- Developing and Sustaining Strong Rapport with Others
- Navigating The Media World
- Understanding The Differences of Hard and Soft Reality
- Finding The Power of Certainty
- Developing an Unstoppable Attitude
The Kosmodrome event is free for all attendees and will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at Producers Club (358 W 44th Street, New York, NY 10036) from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. To RSVP, contact Peak Performance Sciences at email@example.com or call at 1-800-249-6017. For more information, please visit www.peakperformancesciences.com.
About Peak Performance Sciences:
Peak Performance Sciences was developed by Daniel Abella, a certified NLP trainer and coach. Mr. Abella brings over 20 years of experience working in personal development and helping people work and feel their very best. A graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Physics and Biochemistry, he has worked in the Biotechnology, IT, Accelerated Learning and Education and film industries. Having trained under Richard Bandler, the co-developer of NLP, Mr. Abella collaborated with athletes and scientists to discover the key patterns behind peak performance and excellence. He is also the founder and director of The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival and has lectured at key conferences including the Cervantes Institute, The Museum of The Moving Image and BRITE Conference's esteemed panel "From T-1000 To Hal 9000: How Realistic Are Hollywood's Robots?"
Phone Number: 1-800-249-6017