Tuesday, November 17, 2015

THIS FRIDAY NIGHT: Conscious Film Night at Samsara House 2023, "The Doctrine of Discovery - Unmasking The Domination Code " D.C. Premier Film, 8:00PM Friday 11/20/15

From:  Cullen Kowalski
Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 9:51 PM
Subject:
THIS FRIDAY NIGHT: Conscious Film Night at Samsara House 2023, "The Doctrine of Discovery - Unmasking The Domination Code " D.C. Premier Film, 8:00PM Friday 11/20/15

Conscious Film Night at Samsara House 2023


D.C. Premier Film:

"The Doctrine of Discovery

Unmasking The Domination Code"

Friday, 11/20/15, Film Starts at 8:00PM
 
About the Film
Run time: 61 minutes. 
This landmark documentary “The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code” is a result of the collaborative efforts by Dakota filmmaker and Director Sheldon Wolfchild and Co-Producer Steven Newcomb (Shawnee, Lenape). The film, based on Newcomb’s thirty years of research, and his book Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery (Fulcrum, 2008), brings to the big screen an amazing and little known story.
The message of this powerful film is a first step towards understanding how the collective trauma of war, violence and genocide committed upon original peoples and nations is causing each and all of us to subconsciously manifest these
same traumas
 around the world today. Until we properly reconcile and restore indigenous cultures--starting with the land called America, equitable democracy for all people will never be possible.  This film provides insight into why this is so and what is at stake to reclaim and heal the Heart of humanity.
[Read more in This Month at Samsara House 2023 - November 2015]
Scroll down and watch part1 and part2 videos of "Solidarity with Indigenous Communities"
The documentary points out that the traditional teachings of original native American nations and peoples form an alternative to the dehumanizing domination system of Christendom.  A ceremonial group talking circle will follow the video in order to safely process the information in this documentary as well as present the global movement of Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee.

(RSVP Required)


Cost: $10 / $5
 

Location
Hosted by Samsara House 2023
36 R Street NW
Washington DC 20001
Contact: 202-505-0735

What to bring: Bring a potluck, your own dinner or a snack to share (no obligation)
Organic Herbal and Ayurvedic Teas will be served.

How to get here: Taking Metro is advised.

Parking: 2hr Street parking on R Street NW, Best to park on Quincy or S Street NW
Metro: NoMa New York Ave Red line stop or Shaw green line for a short walk, or get off at Chinatown and take the P6 to Randolph Rd or the 80 to Lincoln and R Street NE (both stops 1 block from R Street NW).

Website: www.samsarahouse.org
Twitter: @samsarahouse
Facebook: facebook.com/samsarahouse
Add Google Event Calendar/E-mail: wakeup@samsarahouse.org

 
Shift Happens at Samsara House 2023
www.samsarahouse.org


About Samsara House 2023, (est. 2013)

 "Samsara House 2023" at 36 R Street NW is an Awareness-based shared space where world-shifting communities are meshworked to experience and spread what's emerging.  Samsara House 2023 rapidly prototypes models for the new world to ignite a planetary revolution in consciousness within ten years.

Samsara House 2023’s strategy is to exemplify a gift-economy over the market economy, one that values giving over having. While all events cost at least one dollar to cover utilities, any additional contribution will go towards periodically giving half back to a socially responsible organization or cause in need that you also help identify. Going together as a river, we build a thriving community of communities and pave the way for a new world. Samsara House 2023 is a Holacracy powered organization founded by Cullen Kowalski at a row house in Bloomingdale, New Washington, D.C.


You never change things by fighting the existing reality.  To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. ~ Buckminster Fuller

Be the change you wish to see in the world. ~ Gandhi

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