Conscious Life Expo in LAX Hilton!
I have been attending this for the past 8 years. Meeting interesting people, seeing some awesome workshops, and some awkward ones. I remember last year during a panel, there were of a group of agents or special forces looking people sitting around me. In the middle of the panel, a group of about 5 of them all stood up at once and went to the back. 30 seconds later there was a speaker announcement of a false alarm and that everything was ok. That was interesting.
Deborah King's workshop was fun for last year. She called me up for ancestral merging and to help heal the audience. She then said I had some lessons with ego to master, but who doesn't? Perhaps I was reflecting herself through just being, and she was saying what was needed to be said to tell herself, me, and the audience what we are all progressing on as a collective. Embrace the ego with the Divine self to take it to a level of mastery where the ego becomes a vehicle for awesomness. She is pretty kool, I would see her again.
Anyways, for this years expo, I was a volunteer. Volunteering is awesome. A few of the events I saw were Dr. Masaru Emoto opening ceremony, Gregg Braden Key Note Speech, Dr. Darren Weisman Life line technique, John Holland psychic medium, Nassim Haramein, Metaphysics panel with George Noory and a bunch more, Matias de Stefano, etc. I assisted the speakers if they needed help with anything, and did simple tasks in the rooms like cleaning, attendance, answer questions, etc.
I keep running in Dannion Brinkley, author of Saved by the Light. He has an interesting experience of dying 3 times and returning back to life, sharing what he learned from being aware during that state of being. Twice he died by lighting. What a wake up call. hahaha. He is a funny guy, I enjoyed his story and his method of presentation. He also has a great foundation for veterans that are transitioning. His foundation works with hospitals and hospices. Check out www.twilightbrigade.com to learn more.
Overall, it was all a great experience.
Thank you Tameka for everything =D