Euphoria in the Light of Gods - Delphi Greece

The Cultural Company Cine@Art organizes the "Delphi Film Festival - Euphoria in the Light of Gods!"

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Festival at Delphi, Greece – September 1-5, 2018 EUPHORIA IN THE LIGHT OF THE GODS
The Experience Euphoria in the Light of the Gods takes the students of Life on a 7 day magical journey at the center of the Universe – Delphi, Greece, where Apollo established a sanctuary for musicians, writers, speakers and healers to share their gifts and to learn from each other while absorbing the energy of their archetypes/gods shining down on them . Classes and workshops in ancient holistic arts will be conducted on the site of the ruins of Delphi; students will be able to tap into the divine energy of the gods and thousands of years of fellow patrons who came to learn, study and bask in the enlightenment. Additional workshops and formal presentations will be conducted at Delphi to give participants the opportunity to meet and learn from speakers and teachers who travel from all parts of the world to share their wisdom. The Euphoria in the Light of the Gods Experience will also provide an in depth look into Greek History and Culture.

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Apollo’s name is described as “simplicity,” says Plato. That’s because the truth is always on simple things! Extra activities and Excursions (Optional):
– Half day tour of the Sanctuary of Apollo and Archaeological Museum.
– In the Footsteps of the Gods, a philosophical walk in the ancient path.
– Meditation in Korykeon Andros.
– Ancient healing music.
– Know Thyself with Pythagorean Numerometry.
– Afternoon visit to the Byzantine Monastery of Hosios Loukas and Galaxidi.
– A tour in the Apollonius botanical garden, lecture Myths and herbs. – Courses: Greek Cooking, Greek Dance and Ceramic Art.

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