Portland, Ore. — On the evening of May 15, roughly 250 people gathered at the Portland Art Museum to immerse themselves in culture, but not art culture. Rather, in the city known for its new-age mystics and quirky counterculture, it is the culture of conscious living, universal connection, and personal empowerment that drew the crowd to the screening of Change: The LifeParticle Effect
, the new, groundbreaking documentary from executive producer, Ilchi Lee.
Combining quantum physics, neuroscience, and ancient understandings of mind/body health and healing, Change
offers a fresh perspective on who, and what, we are as human beings. Using the theory of LifeParticles, the transformational film offers the tools to help people reach their highest potential.
“The whole event really helped us see how the core message of Change
can bring different audiences together seamlessly and build a community,” says Susan Dassise, Manager of the Power Brain Training Center in Beaverton, Ore. Dassise and her company worked hand in hand with Dahn Yoga and Body & Brain centers to host the event, which was a great success.
Beaverton mayor, Denny Doyle, helped elevate the festivities by issuing a proclamation naming May 15 as the official Brain Education Day for the city.
In addition to viewing the film in its entirety, audience members had the opportunity to learn about all of the different host centers, have aura readings, and were treated to an energizing dance number from the children of the Power Brain center. The kids, ages 4-14, gave a powerful performance to the song “Run To You,” that displayed their confidence and focus, and delighted the audience.
After the film screening, audience members were able to purchase their own copies of Change
on DVD as well as Lee’s newest book, LifeParticle Meditation
, which sold out. Lee also led the audience in a meditation exercise with magnets. “It was incredible,” Dassise says. “You could feel the energy of room just amplify during the exercise.”
For more information on Change: The LifeParticle Effect
, visit change-film.com