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Integral Sedona String Quartet in Free Public Performance

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Sedona AZ (March 23, 2015)Integral Sedona String Quartet will perform the Bentinho Massaro String Quartet No 1 in B Sharp Minor on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at the Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Drive, Sedona. Beginning at 10:00 a.m., the Integral Sedona String Quartet will feature soloist K. K. Kringle; violinist M. Mulcahy; cellist C. Harter; bassist C. D. Morris; and, C. William Wells as conductor.

This free public event will offer an introduction to the works and teachings of Bentinho Massaro.

Bentinho Massaro has been scheduled to offer a Sedona six day retreat at the Creative Life Center beginning April 24. The retreat theme is Create The Future Of Your Dreams By Raising Your Frequency Now. Integral Sedona sponsored Massaro’s May 2014 retreat at the Sedona library, a great success with 80 people attending its opening night.

Instead of working against your flow, Massaro offers practical tools and mind- transcending insights into the nature of consciousness; the how to of learning to live the divinity that we are. This Saturday’s musical performance and presentation is an invitation to share a few of the many teachings of Bentinho Massaro from five persons who love his work. Five short videos and five perspectives, plus what your thoughts are of his teaching will be enjoyed.

As we learn to master our Frequency we begin to live daily from an abundance of heart, overflowing with joy and happiness. An abundance that manifests in the lives we consciously create for ourselves. The deep satisfaction of being in alignment with who we truly are, gods incarnate. Simple, elegant, and powerful.

Born 27 years ago in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Bentinho Massaro began his search early in life. “Ever since I can remember, I have had a heightened sense of the endless possibilities that lie forgotten within the human being, or rather, within our nature as consciousness.” He was then 16 years old.

Growing up in Holland, Bentinho had a sense of the endless possibilities within human consciousness. Frustrated with what he perceived as the unconscious behavior of human society, he made a conscious commitment to search for the “Ultimate Answer.”

So began a relentless quest, exploring a wide spectrum of teachers, philosophies and methods, including studies in India and Western practices: Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), telekinesis, and brain wave practices. Exhausted by constant striving, self-judgment and intense suffering, Massaro realized that all of the spiritual “authorities” he had studied were no more “enlightened” than himself. Deeply disappointed, he decided to renew his commitment to seeking the ultimate answer; but this time, he would look within his own being.

This decision was a profound shift in allegiance toward what he had known all along: that Truth was to be found in the presence of his own existence, and of existence itself—in all its infinite potential.

Integral Sedona is a group that meets Saturdays at the Sedona Public Library from 10:00 a.m. until Noon to discuss human and evolutionary development. It studies the four quadrants, stages of growth, states of consciousness, lines of development and individual typologies. It supports and promotes integral life practices. The discussions and study are grounded in the Developmental Psychology and Integral Philosophy of American philosopher Ken Wilber whose books can be found at the library and or online.

Integral Sedona meetings are open to anyone interested, and are free. For more information, visit IntegralLife.com .

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