This is the ideal program for those who wish to dedicate time in the Temples of Humankind. It lasts a whole day, and can be booked for any day of the week, except Sundays. Throughout your visit, you will be introduced to more than 30 years of spiritual and social research. The 1-day program includes visits to:
Damjl, the central area of Damanhur
This was the first territory acquired by a group of enthusiastic researchers who wanted to realize their dreams in the physical. Here you will find the history and philosophy of Damanhur represented through art, stone circuits, altars and more. Click here for more information.
The DamanhurCrea is an art, research and wellness center that hosts various activities and business that share the vision of creating ethical products and services. Click here to find out more.
The Temples of Humankind
Dedicated to the divine nature of humanity, the Temples of Humankind is a three dimensional book which recounts the history of Humanity across multiple planes of existence. The Temples is more than a work of art -- they are a path of reawakening the Divine Spark, each Hall is a living conduit connecting all the energies of Humanity traveling via the Synchronic Lines.
The visit to the Temples of Humankind is divided into two parts, the morning and the afternoon. The program also includes a meditative which, depending on the weather, will take place either:
Meditation with Selfic Paintings
Meditate with Selfic paintings by Falco (Oberto Airaudi). A motorized lighting system allows each piece to reveal many different paintings within the same canvas, showing different compositions and meanings depending on the color of the light that illuminates it. More information here.
Stone Spirals and Circuits
In Damanhur, stone spirals and labyrinths are used for many purposes, among them the widening of perception. Walking circuits is a powerful way of to discover new connections between ourselves and nature. More information on learning how to Build Stone Spirals can be found here.
The price for participating on this guided visit is 118 euro per person.
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