From Transistmica:

– Drive to Frangipani Avenue from Transistmica (this is the continuation of the Transistmica Highway once you go by the Hospital Santa Fe on your left and the gas station on your right.)

– Right on Roosevelt Avenue (also called 4th of July and now: Arcenio Arosemena…do not go up the overpass but stay on the right making a right turn by the Fresh Vegetable Market.)

– Next immediate LEFT (“U” turn) & drive to Bus Stop & POLICE Station of Ancon (PTJ) on right Right (“U” turn) to Theatre Guild Marquee and parking


From Corredor Norte:

Drive toward town of Balboa until you see Administration Building and McDonald’s sign. Veer left & drive straight on lower level (do not take overpass to Albrook Mall) several blocks to Bus Stop and POLICE Station (PTJ) on right Right (“U” turn) to Theatre Guild Marquee and parking.


From Cinta Costera:

Drive towards Fish Market.  Just befor the Fish Market turn left going up the ramp which takes you to 4th of July (Arcenio Arosemena).  Take the right lane which directs you towards Albrook on Ave. Arcenio Arosemena.  When you pass the first light, still heading towards Albrook, passing the Fresh Vegetable Market on the right, then take the Next immediate LEFT (“U” turn) & drive to Bus Stop & POLICE Station of Ancon (PTJ) on right Right (“U” turn) to Theatre Guild Marquee and parking.


From Switzerland with funky Hip Hop / Rap / Funk / Reggae beats, Radio 200k will perform 3 concerts in Panama City. Visit PanamaSocialCalendar for details.
December 11 – 13, 2008

Radio 200,000 – Hose:

What’s Happening Here? Understanding Energy, Spirit and 2012
Course Teaches Metaphysics, Mysticism, and Preparation for “The Shift”

November 17, Panama City — High Spirits Incorporated announces its second course at Exedra Books, starting Saturday, November 29.

The course, titled “What’s Happening Here? Understanding Energy, Spirit and 2012,” will help participants understand the global economic crisis, and rapid changes in their personal lives, as part of an energetic shift benefiting humanity and the planet.

“People recognize that life seems to be speeding up, and the world seems more chaotic all the time,” said instructor Susan Rensberger, announcing the course. “These are symptoms of a larger change that has been predicted for millennia, which is often represented as the end of the world. Of course, that generates a lot of fear.

“When we understand that both what we see and what we don’t – the material and spiritual realms – are all just energy, this helps us understand “the shift” as an evolution into a higher rate of vibration. This ‘end’ is really just a change in form that will result.”

The course will introduce students to their energy bodies, explain how thought and feeling affects both the physical and energetic aspects of life, and teach ways to access spiritual energy for healing and growth.

During the four weekly classes, participants will learn:
• How energy functions in the spiritual and physical aspects of reality;
• How the left and right sides of the brain work differently to perceive and analyze reality;
• How to connect with the spiritual radiance available within the energy body;
• How prayer and meditation can help heal emotional and physical pain, and improve relationships.
• The five stages of spiritual growth that enable us to perceive our spiritual selves, or souls.
• Energetic and spiritual changes that are starting now worldwide
• Symptoms experienced during the process of accelerating vibration or “shifting.”

The course will draw upon excerpts from books by spiritual teachers and writers including Eckhart Tolle, Ron Roth, John Welwood, and Itzhak Bentov, as well as information from instructor and author Susan Rensberger.

Rensberger has more than 20 years’ experience in spiritual studies, meditation and the direct connection with spirit known as mysticism. She has lived in Panama for nearly three years, and is the founder of High Spirits Incorporated and Awareness Vacations, spiritual wellness vacations with courses in spiritual consciousness. She also offers individual spiritual coaching and counseling, and spiritual wellness consulting services for spas and wellness centers.

Classes will be held on four consecutive Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., November 29, December 6, 13 and 20. Course fee is $30 per class, or $25 if paid in full in advance.

The course will be held at Exedra Books, at the corner of Vía España and Vía Brasil, in Panama City.

For more information and registration, please call High Spirits Inc. at 214-7049, or Susan Rensberger @ 6676-7527, or e-mail susan.rensberger@highspiritsinc.net. Registration is also available at Exedra Books.

El Rookie in Club Dubai
Saturday, November 29, 2008 at 9:30pm
Details: Panama Social Calendar

El Rookie – Parece Sincera

Exhibition | October 30 – November 30, 2008 | Allegro Galería

Opening: October 29, 2008, 7:30 p.m.
Open to the public: from October 30 – November 30, 2008
Gallery hours: From 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Allegro Galería is proud to present “Andamiajes” (“Scaffoldings”), an exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Gustavo Acosta, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Carlos Estévez, Jaime Franco and Pancho Quilici.

From the epic and often three dimensional cosmos of Pancho Quilici’s works, to the intimate metaphysical renderings of Estévez precarious life balances; from Acosta’s landscapes, suspended in time, whose atmospheres of pending doom lure the observer, to Jaime Franco’s powerful abstractions that seem like tentative markings etched in time; in each of the Museum Plans of the great Luis Cruz Azaceta, serious, erotic, cultural containers full of possibilities, Andamiajes is a show about the architecture of existence.

Their works are in the permanent collections of, among others, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY), the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Smithsonian Institution, New York, the Whitney Museum of Art, New York; Museo Nacional de Cuba, Centro Wilfredo Lam, Fort Lauderdale Art Museum, Lowe Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Miami (MoCA), Teatro Nacional de Cuba, MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Art of Long Beach, Ca), Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), el Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, Museo de Arte Moderno, La Tertulia (Cali), Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango (Bogotá), Museo Universidad Nacional (Bogotá), Colección Casa de las Américas (Cuba), Kunst Forum Ludwig, Germany, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas, Galería de Arte Nacional de Caracas.

Based in Panama, Allegro Gallery specializes in Latin American Contemporary Art.

Mirie Mouynés (Director)
Mónica Barahona (Assistant)

Allegro Galería: Calle 73 San Francisco, # 16, Tel. (507) 226-6967, E-mail: info@allegrogallery.com

Friday, October 3, 2008 at 9:30pm
The Gallery, Calle 50, Plaza New York, Marbella


Señor Loop en La Riviera
Saturday, October 11, 2008 at 8:00pm
For more info and other concerts, please visit Panama Social Calendar

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