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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

11029 :: LuvAmp Festival :: 06.18.11

Project Butterfly,LuvAmp Festival,Tony Moss,Miranda Rondeau

Date :: 18 Jun 2011
Times :: 1:00pm~12am
Donation :: $65-$120
Location :: Topanga, CA
Event Info ::
Registration :: Click Here

The 1st Annual LuvAmp Festival
Amplify the Frequency of Love!
a project butterfly sponsored event

On June 18, 2011 the LuvAmp Festival will combine the power of music, ancient wisdom, and modern science to deepen our connections with the world and each other. A community gathering bringing hearts and minds together to amplify the frequency of love!

Modern science confirms what we intuitively know - that there's a tangible connection between the heart, the mind and the world.

The 1st Annual LuvAmp Festival is an all-day interactive heart-laboratory sprinkled with chocolate, tea, music, laughter and LUV culminating with a heart expanding LuvAmp community concert-ritual under the stars!

You are invited to support the LuvAmp project mission by participating in the launch of the LuvAmp festival.

Your donation supports the LuvAmp project and includes ::

*Interactive Heart laboratory
*Raw chocolate, tea, and treats
*Gourmet, organic and raw Dinner
*Sunset hike and ceremony
*LuvAmp concert-ritual under the stars
*and the after party

Click on image below to view a music video clip ::
Project Butterfly,LuvAmp Festival,Tony Moss

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

11023 :: Vanishing of the Bees Screening :: 05.22.11

Project Butterfly,Vanishing of the Bees,Ellen Page

Date :: Sunday | 22 May 2011
Times :: Courtyard opens @ 7:30pm
Film Screening @ 8:00pm
Tickets for Film Screening :: $20 Advanced | $25 Door
Location :: Barnsdall Gallery Theatre | 4800 Hollywood Blvd LA, CA 90027
Registration :: Click Here

Vanishing of the Bees LA Premiere Screening hosted by Ellen Page
with the directors George Langworthy and Maryam Henein

Come join the buzz at the Barnsdall Theater for the LA Premiere screening of the award-winning documentary Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Oscar-nominated actress Ellen Page. Ellen will offer an introduction to the film. Following the film, directors George Langworthy and Maryam Henein will be joined by Felicia Marie Tomasko, Editor in Chief of LA Yoga magazine, for a lively discussion and Q&A.

Come beforehand to mingle, enjoy Kombucha by GT's, Mangosteen juices by Amy & Brian Naturals, water by Beyond O2 water, cupcakes by Stephanie Sparkles, delicious organic strawberries by CSA farmers, a spectacular Honey Tasting and a Wine Tasting of Organic and Biodynamic wines by Frey Vineyards on the beautiful courtyard.

Biodegradable cups and plates provided by Trellis Earth.
Lip Balms provided by Burt's Bees.

Music in the courtyard provided by DJ TY

Ample free parking is available on the upper and lower level of the Barnsdall Art Gallery Complex - located in the heart of Los Feliz on Hollywood Blvd - one half block west of Vermont.

Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives. Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon threatens the loss of much more than honey as we depend on honeybees to pollinate one third of the food on our tables. Vanishing of the Bees chronicles the innermost thoughts and feelings of beekeepers and scientists as they fight to preserve the honeybee and make it through another day.

Featuring experts like author Michael Pollan, the film also presents a platform of solutions, encouraging audiences to be the change they want to see in the world. This highly acclaimed documentary examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees and the greater meaning it holds about the relationship between mankind and mother earth.

Project Butterfly,Vanishing of the Bees,Ellen Page
Ellen Page
Ellen's outstanding performance as the lead in the film Juno earned her a Oscar Nomination and a tremendous fan base. She is also known for her starring roles in Inception, Hard Candy, Whip It, and X-Men: The Last Stand. Ellen grew up in Halifax Nova Scotia surrounded by nature and has a great appreciation for the wildlife and the outdoors. Her knowledge of the agricultural and scientific issues involved in the film is extensive. She cares deeply about honeybees and holds great enthusiasm for narrating and promoting their vital story.

Sponsors ::

Project Butterfly,Frey Vineyards
Wine Tasting of Organic and Biodynamic wines by Frey Vineyards

11024 :: Life Lift with Melissa More :: 21-22 May 2011

Project Butterfly,Melissa More,Energy Healing

Date :: 21-22 May 2011
Time :: Saturday & Sunday 11:00am - 5:30pm
Location :: Project Butterfly Loft | 821 Traction Ave. #108 LA 90013
Tuition :: $323 concessions and installment payments available upon request
Registration :: Click Here

Life-Lift with Melissa More

Melissa More is an internationally renowned energy therapist, one of the world's leading Vortex Healers and the creator of the transformational 'Life-Lift' workshops.

Melissa More is currently on a world tour, she will be teaching practical methods to change your life by connecting you with your own breathing to create light, understanding and incredible awareness. Melissa is able to reattune your energy and unblock the channels that may be holding you back; she will also give you the tools to unlock your true potential and awaken the version of you that might have been, had it not been for life's obstacles.

This workshop will give you the key to connect to the universal energy grid and unlock the energy required for the shifts and changes which are presently taking place.

Receive the attunement that will enable you to connect to light, allowing you to give this energy to yourself and others through breath. You will be receiving practical and everyday steps to change the way you look at the world,step into the light and enjoy the transformational aspect of the universal energy grid as we all move towards awakening at this powerful time.

What to bring :: something to lie on, a pillow and blanket so you are comfortable.

Project Butterfly,Melissa More,Energy Healing

11021 :: 13 Grandmothers Council Timeless Message Tour :: 04.29-30.11

project Butterfly,13 Grandmothers Council,Timeless Message Tour,Agnes Baker Pilgrim,Cafe Gratitude,Agape,Surething Productions

Dates :: 29-30 April 2011
Times :: Friday 29 April Film Screening :: 7:30pm–10:00pm
Saturday 30 April Teaching Workshop :: 10:00am-3:00pm
Tickets for Film Screening 29 April :: $15 Advanced | $20 Door
Tickets for Workshop 30 April :: $100 (includes vegetarian lunch)
Location :: Agape International Spiritual Center
5700 Buckingham Parkway, Culver City, CA 90230
Registration :: Click Here

The 13 Grandmothers Council Timeless Message Tour
Los Angeles Screening & Teaching Workshop
Produced by Center for Sacred Studies with SureThing Productions
Co-Sponsored by Agape International Spiritual Center, Cafe Gratitude and Project Butterfly

The 25 city tour “For the Next 7 Generations” Timeless Message Tour features two of the Grandmothers from the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers at a screening of their documentary "For the Next 7 Generations" and a teaching workshop. Grandmothers Agnes Pilgrim Baker, Takelma Elder from Oregon and Margaret Behan, Arapahoe-Cheyenne Elder from Montana.

Originating from all four corners of the world, these 13 wise women elders, shamans and medicine women first came together in 2004 at a peace gathering. Moved by their concern for our planet, they formed an alliance for a peaceful and sustainable planet. They have since traveled the world holding council and ceremony. Their wisdom, shared with simple clarity, shines through the confusion of these times. Join the Grandmothers for these very special events as they teach from perspectives ancient as humanity, yet timeless in it’s wisdom and relevancy.

Project Butterfly,For the Next 7 Generations,grandmothers council,Timeless Message Tour,Agape

Screening of “For the Next 7 Generations” - Friday, April 29

The Grandmothers will share their mission and introduce the film documenting the coming together of the Grandmothers Council. A short Q & A will follow the screening.

Teaching Workshop with the Grandmothers - Saturday, April 30
Enjoy intimate time with the Grandmothers as they open up to Spirit, sharing Spiritual messages with us. They cannot say what will happen, as Spirit will guide them in the moment. Advance tickets for both events available at:

Project Butterfly,Agnes Baker Pilgrim,grandmothers council,agape,Timeless Message Tour

Agnes Baker-Pilgrim is the oldest living member of her tribe, the Takelma Indians, originally from Southern Oregon. Agnes is a world renowned spiritual leader, member of the Historic Society and keeper of the Sacred Salmon Ceremony.

Project Butterfly,Margaret Behan,grandmothers council,agape,Red Spider Woman,Timeless Message Tour

Margaret Behan, Arapahoe-Cheyenne, fourth generation of the Sand Creek Massacre. Margaret is a Cheyenne traditional dancer. She has served as a dance leader in Oklahoma and in powwows across the U.S. She is a sculptress for 30 years, she creates clay figurines that have won her many honors.

Margaret is also an accomplished and published author, poet and playwright. She has presented workshops and retreats for women, adult children of alcoholics and co-dependents. Margaret is currently taking an active role as a leader of her tribe as a teacher of Cheyenne Culture and the President of the Cheyenne Elders Council.

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