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21 October 2016, R4 presents Three by Poe

r4-3bypoe-program-101716-1Three by Poe
Presented by Red Room Radio Redux
Friday, October 21 2016
From 8 PM – 11 PM
Doors open at 7:00 PM
Show starts at 8:00

Stories by the master of mystery and the macabre,
Edgar Allan Poe, will be read aloud and accompanied by sound effects generated live using ordinary household items.
Musical background will further enhance the experience.

THE BLACK CAT, read by Paul Batt
THE TELL-TALE HEART, read by Whitney Sahar
and Poe’s most famous narrative poem THE RAVEN, read by Thomas Bellmore and featuring a special guest artist, Mr. Charles Haines to illustrate the poem as it is being read.

Bar open before, after and at intermission
Your Patronage: 300 NT
Tickets: available at the door OR through ACCUPASS
This performance will be in English.

Red Room at the TAF LIBRARY 2F
# 177, Sec.1, Jianguo S. Rd, Taipei
空軍總部「圖書館」2樓 台北市大安區建國南路一段177號
[email protected]www.redroomtaipei.com

31 October 2015, Aside 11 @ the Red Room

Red-Room-Aside-11-inviteHey Red Roomers!
Save the date on 31st October, as our eleventh Aside will be taking place that evening from 18:30 to 22:30. The 31st of October is Halloween, which comes from the term “Hallows Eve,” and was a pagan holiday that was celebrated the day before what later became All Saints Day in the Catholic calendar.

SPIRIT
The theme for this Aside will focus on “Spirit,” and the Crown Chakra, the chakra responsible for connecting us to our selves, our spirit, and the universe. Come and join us for a very special evening with our speakers who will take us on the spiritual journey that brought them to where they are and who they are today!

Costumes recommended!

各位紅房的朋友們,
10 月 31 號是我們第十一回的「旁白在紅房」, 而這一回的活動當天正好是在萬聖節。「萬聖節」這個傳統原本來自於古歐洲少數民族文化的儀式, 是一個迎接他們宗教裡最神聖的節日, 宛如我們的除夕夜。後來當這些少數民族被天主教的歐洲人收納之後這個節日就成為了我們熟悉的萬聖節了。
這次的主題是「靈」
既然這個節日傳統上是個那麼據有神聖價值的, 這一回的「旁白們」會來跟我們聊聊他們的心靈旅程, 以及他們的專長當中的魂與魄。歡迎大家一起來欣賞他們的經歷, 另外, 我們非常支持您穿服裝打扮, 連同歡慶萬聖節的另一面!

Reservations required 須留定位. Your Patronage 開支攤提費 $500NTD.
Please register here to reserve your seat. (http://goo.gl/forms/3YjJtnEPtc) 請由此網站定位.
Beverages and light refreshments will be provided. Floor seating so please dress comfortably. 活動當晚會有飲料輕食,票價含此費用。場內席地而坐,請穿舒適的衣服並請記得脫鞋子,謝謝。

How to find us:
Taiwan Air force Base (TAF) 空軍總部 「圖書館」LIBRARY
No. 177, Sec. 1, Jianguo S. Rd (Intersection of Jianguo S. Rd. and Jinan Rd.)
台北市大安區建國南路一段177號(濟南路與建國南路交叉口)
Our entrance is located on the intersection of Jianguo S. Rd. and Jinan Rd. (TAF side entrance). After passing the gate, keep marching forward and you’ll see a white building to your left called Library. Make your way to the second floor via the outer staircase on the side.
Travel by MRT[Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station Exit 6]Walk straight along XinSheng S. Road , then turn left on Jinan Road Sec.2 , continue down and you’ll spot the entrance!


PERFORMERS:

an-ny-2An-ny Lee Born in Taiwan, grew up in the USA, An-ny integrates her background in Western psychology with Eastern schools of wisdom. She has a Master’s degree in Transpersonal and Somatic Psychology, and is a certified therapist of the the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, which specializes in treating trauma with Body-centered Psychotherapy. An-ny is also a certified life coach and yoga teacher. Since 1999, she has been working as a psycho-spiritual therapist, seminar leader, and yoga teacher in many countries. She is the author of 2 books published in Chinese. An-ny leads workshops and retreats dedicated to raising our consciousness and uncovering our innate wisdom. Her workshops topics include: Cultivating Female Sexual Energy, Spiritual Love Relationship, and Healing the Inner Child. An-ny also leads Yoga Teacher’s Trainings. For more detailed information about her background, please see: www.themoonden.com

李安妮
出生於台灣,九歲移民到美國,是在中國少數同時接受過西方專業心理諮商訓練,以及東方正統瑜珈與氣功訓練的身心靈引導師。安妮擁有十六年帶領心靈療癒課程與諮商經驗,從1999開始將東西方專業學理與經驗併行融合,協助無數人獲得新生。安妮擁有美國心理學碩士學位,專攻身體心理學 (Somatic Psychology)與超個人心理學(Transpersonal Psychology)以及美國知覺傳動心理治療學院(Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute)創傷復原的證照。安妮曾撰寫「妳天生就是性愛女神:喚醒愛‧智慧‧性能量的十堂課,與「讓愛自由: 男人女人支持彼此活出真實自我」她目前在世界各地教授一系列的身心轉化課程,包括培養女性性能量、親密關係、深層療癒課程與瑜珈師資班。綱站: www.themoonden.com

SYNOPSIS: Anny will guide us to do a yogic chant and Loving-Kindness meditation. Chanting is a large part of traditional yoga practice called Bhakti yoga, the practice of “Devotional Love.” It is a non-religious spiritual practice that invokes the Divine within and around us. By repeating the sound of these sacred words, we naturally surrender our ego, and enter into a meditative state where we can commune with the Divine.

An-ny will then lead to do a kind of guided meditation called Metta, “Loving Kindness” meditation (慈悲觀), where we get in touch with the positive qualities of our heart, such as love, compassion and gratitude. We first soak in this loving feeling, then use our collective energy to send it out to others and the entire planet.

When we come back to the positive feeling of our heart and practice Metta meditation, our electromagnetic field sends out coherent wavelengths, that scientific technology now is able to measure. Regardless of science, just by practicing chanting and Metta meditation, we will feel a sense of joy and peace, which is our most natural state.



Photo-Tina-MaTina Ma is the Red Room resident muse. She has attended nearly every single Aside the Red Room has had, crossing themes and genres with her poise and grace. Tina is a performs traditional music in several Chinese dialects, she has also recently been pursuing the ancient art of Shamanism, taking her experience to an even farther realm.

Synopsis: Tina will host a ceremony for the Red Room and its patrons on the night of October 31st. It will include ritual, song, and the art of human spirit.



stefanoStefano Lodola
After studies in engineering and business, I realized that I was rather inclined to independence, free thinking and creation in the arts.

In a life aloof from competition that permeates society and makes us petty and miserable, it makes sense to sing opera, indifferent to pop culture that makes us trivial and shallow.

I don’t have a “real” job and I’ve never really fit into society. Free from social bonds, I’ve been wandering around the world, only carrying a suitcase that became lighter and lighter. Join me in this wandering of thought and romance.


ASIDE 11 PRESENTERS 4BMNeo Young is currently managing director of a tech company that uses an algorithm he developed to help people with hearing disabilities hear sounds more clearly. He is a shaman of the Hawaiian Huna tradition, certified in Reiki, life coaching, hypnosis, and a plethora of other healing modalities. He is also a master practitioner and trainer of Neuro-linguistic programming and has helped many people overcome emotional issues and led seminars on human consciousness.

How To Know If You Are On Your Spiritual Path

We will begin with a short 3 minute eye gazing experience for people to get connected with one another before talking on the topic of how to have checkpoints to know whether we are on our spiritual path.

Since spirituality can sometimes be an amorphous concept, wouldn’t it be great if we can have checkpoints to see whether we are heading in the right direction?

First, let’s create a basic definition of spirituality. On a basic level, it is the evolution of self. On a more holistic basis, it is the elevation of who we are to the next level in the major spheres of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual realm.

Why does spirituality include physical, emotional, and mental aspects? Because we are holistic beings and when someone evolves on the spiritual level and it is fully integrated into the physical aspect, then it will necessarily show up in their day to day lives.


Special Feature: R4 presents, THE RAVEN by Edgar Allen Poe. Read aloud dramatically by Thomas Bellmore, accompanied by music, sound effects and a live painting event featuring artist Charles Haines.
還有加碼演出!伴著懸疑的配樂及音效,Thomas Bellmore獨自演讀愛倫坡名著<烏鴉> (THE RAVEN)。除此之外,藝術家Charles Haines現場即興作畫活動邀請您一同參與。
The Raven
Our narrator is a young student reading in his room one stormy night, half-dreaming about his beloved deceased mistress. He hears a tapping at his window and opens it to admit a raven, which he assumes is someone’s pet that has escaped its master and is seeking shelter from the storm. The raven can speak – but only one word, “Nevermore.” Even so, the student is compelled by what the poet calls the “universal human need for self-torture” to ask the bird questions. The response “Nevermore” causes his suffering to be even more intense. When this self-torture reaches its most extreme level, the poem then naturally ends.
<烏鴉> 劇情簡介
風雨交加的夜晚,男子在房間裡讀著書,大半心思想念著已逝的愛人。突然間,窗外傳來陣陣敲打聲,他打開窗,一隻烏鴉飛了進來。他心想這隻烏鴉應該是有人養的,逃跑後想找個地方遮風避雨。這隻烏鴉牠會說話,但只會說「永不復焉」。僅管如此,就算知道是自己折磨自己,男子一直不停問著烏鴉問題,但烏鴉的回答永遠只有「永不復焉」,令男子內心痛苦不堪。最後男子被傷痛徹底吞開始對烏鴉咆哮怒吼,只是烏鴉仍無動於衷,冷冷回著:「永不復焉」。


 

RSVP now! Reservations required 須留定位. Your Patronage 開支攤提費 $500NTD.

Please register here to reserve your seat. (http://goo.gl/forms/3YjJtnEPtc) 請由此網站定位.

Photos from past Aside events
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