A 'FIRST' FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST
On Wednesday August 16 at TAFE Lecture Theatre, Mountain Creek, Maroochy Shire Mayor Joe Natoli will officiate at a 'First' for the Sunshine Coast - the Premiere of a new concept in personal development through inspirational visual art - and will present to the Sunshine Coast Health Foundation a set of art prints valued at over $1,300, donated by the artist Yanis Bayada.
This Premiere entitled 'Tuning into the spirit of your divine feminine' takes the form of a dynamic powerpoint audio-visual, featuring 17 images from Yanis' Inspirational Art portfolio to launch this pioneering personal development concept, researched and developed over her 17 years' professional experience in this field.
"The show itself has taken me eighteen months to plan and prepare", Yanis says. 'The title of the evening has been carefully chosen because the main part of the audio-visual revolves around twelve exquisite paintings I created in Fiji in 1996 depicting the pure essence of divine feminine and which featured in my book published in '98. It is fascinating to see that ten years later, public interest and curiosity is high around the feminine through Dan Brown's book and movie, The Da Vinci Code. And the fact that the Sunshine Coast Health Foundation has been flooded with requests from staff to place the prints in wards and clinics confirms the perfect timing for this launch. That's serendipity," she says.
This evening is a unique opportunity to come, switch off, sit back and enjoy a relaxing and elevating 'feel good' experience. It begins with a brief introduction on the history and mystery around divine feminine and how that can influence men and women today, setting the scene for the audio-visual which transports the audience into an expansive world of creativity, infinite positivity and limitless possibilities.
"Never before in history have we had so many choices to learn about ourselves with tapes, CD's, books, courses, therapies", Yanis says. "Now I add the long awaited visual component." She asks "Are you one of the many people enthusiastically on your personal path and looking for new, time-saving and economical ways to move beyond perceived limitations for the expression of your full potential? Then come on August 16 to learn and experience how positive intent, beauty, colour and vibration in art form can bring desired outcomes and enhance and enrich."
"This ground-breaking model is perfect for busy 21st century lifestyles", Yanis reports. "It is based on the principle of what filters through your eyes and senses automatically becomes reality - it is all to do with positive intent. The good news is that no effort is required on your part because integration occurs naturally and gradually simply by having the images, each umbued with its own uplifting message, in your visual field. Returning home to these vibrations after a busy 'out there' day is like switching off static electricity to restore balance and harmony within."
"People benefiting from this passive process come from all walks of life and all ages and stages of life, including beautiful children," Yanis says. "The more I witness the images working through people, the more I am in awe of their capacity to reveal truth and bring positive change. Just imagine children growing up with this profound level of positivity." she says.
'Transformation through the visual' evolved from Yanis' passionate search for practical ways for her clients and herself to permanently overcome subjective limiting interferences and influences from the past, impacting on relationship, personal performance and fulfillment.
When: Wednesday August 16, 6.45pm for 7-9pm.
Where: Sunshine Coast TAFE Lecture Theatre, Lady Musgrave Drive, Mountain Creek
Admission: $10 at the door. Bookings essential
Phone Yanis Bayada 5443 7123
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