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House of Bodhi with Lola Wright | Hideout Inn

By January 2, 2020February 9th, 2020Events, Home, House of Bodhi
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Recap our December 18th experience of House of Bodhi with Lola Wright at The Hideout in Chicago.

Each month, Lola curates a live gathering at an iconic Chicago music venue with the inspiring musicians of the Bodhi House Band and original work from Chicago’s most moving cultural leaders.

This monthly gathering provides an expansive experience for human beings who are committed to awakening their self-expression and deepening their connection to community. House of Bodhi with Lola Wright invites you into a new way of being that will move your body, provoke your mind and awaken your soul. We’re looking forward to creating something beautiful together.

To financially support the on-going availability of our live events, classes and podcast, visit us at https://bodhicenter.org/giving/ or text GIVE to 773-770-8577. No contribution is too small and no contribution is too large.

For more information on Bodhi Center, please visit us at https://bodhicenter.org For more information on Lola Wright, please visit her at https://lolawright.com

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This transcript is electronically produced. Please excuse any errors or omissions.

Speaker 1: (singing)

Lola Wright: Personal transformation is the greatest access, the greatest portal, to collective awakening. So you have just entered another universe and this universe is called the House of Bodhi. Welcome. Thank you for being here.

Gentzy Franz: So, true story, I was riding my bike into work and I pass by a storefront and caught a reflection of myself and just kind of looked and I realized I looked more like Dark Helmet in Spaceballs than anything cool. And now this may seem trivial, but I kind of freaked the out. The transformation was occurring, the changes were occurring, some intentionally, some without me even knowing. I had to then make sense of: if I’m not a husband, if I’m not a Mormon, if I’m not a father in a certain way, then who am I?

Speaker 1: (singing)

Lola Wright: In my experience we like to have neat boxes to put one another in. “Oh, you’re this, you’re that. Ah, yes. Okay, now I understand. So you check this box and that box and this box. Now I get who you are.” This meat suit is one aspect of being, it’s not the fullness, the allness. Acceptance of the unacceptable is the greatest source of grace known to humankind. What remains as unacceptable for you?

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Bodhi is a conscious community in Chicago, IL. We offer in person and online experiences for people who are ready to transform themselves and their world. Bodhi uses media, education, entertainment, and like-minded community to support transformation.

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