Forever? Now!

Only three nights sleep until the first day of Berlin’s Forever Now Festival is upon us and we will be celebrating transformation.
Four days, Thursday – Sunday, packed with inspiration, joy and adventure.

Connect to your own as well as our collective potential, through the array of skillful experts and inspiring artists participating. Together we will celebrate transformation and lay a beautiful foundation for the future we all wish for. We very much look forward to you being present – Forever Now.

When I heard about Forever Now a couple of month ago, I was already excited about this new kind of festival, bringing together pop culture, research and spirituality. Now that I can count the days, the line-up is set, the schedule is built, I cannot wait for the festival to start.
There’s one dilemma though: How could I possibly choose between all the yoga and meditation classes, the inspiring keynotes, workshops and other events? For the first ever Forever Now festival, the organizers created a line-up which connects people from different fields ranging from science to the arts, from theory to practice, from discourse to yoga to create integral, sustainable change. Their vision is to create a common experience by transformation and co-creation throughout all levels of human existence.

CELEBRATING TRANSFORMATION – what drives us is the passion for understanding and co-creating social and economic transformation processes with and without any specific know-how. Our goal is it to build a bridge between the festival, our everyday lives and existing and new transformation projects. We want to connect the leaders, makers, gogetters and doers from art, business and culture.

Sounds like a festival you shouldn’t miss, right? Where else will you find an astronaut (Paolo Nespoli), economists (Christian Felber, Dr. Stefan Bergheim), neuroscientists (Prof. Tobias Esch) and inspiring yoga teachers like Christina Lobe, Dr. Patrick Broome, Dylan Werner, Patricia Thielemann, Yogeswari, R. Sriram and many other creative minds altogether in one big interdisciplinary transformational lab?

Visits http://www.forever-now-festival.com/en/ for last minute tickets and an overview of the immense schedule.

Venue:
Neue Heimat
Revalerstr. 99
10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain

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