The Evolution of Religion:
Knowing God Directly
From Spiritual Slavery to Direct Contact
Religion is already losing its appeal on the mass mind in a permanent kind of way. People are disillusioned with the faulty systems currently in place, especially in the West, and as time goes on, will be grasping for new ways, new answers and new understandings. Most importantly, I believe people will be ready, more than ever, to reach out to forms of philosophy and religion that offer direct experience, rather than systems that define what is right and what is wrong.
People will seek in a new way, demanding direct contact rather than hearsay and control schemes. They will want religions to make sense on all levels, and they will demand that the representatives of those religions have first-hand experience of divinity—and that they have no ulterior motives.
The representatives of these new religions must be those who have had sufficient direct contact with the divinity of All within, having been filled with the innate desire to have other-selves also experience the bliss and freedom of what they truly are. Rather than offering obscure philosophies, there will be a significant increase in emphasis on methods and practices that help the seeker gain direct understanding, through application of knowledge, contemplation, healthy devotion and meditation.
The next generation of religion is all about understandable practice, rather than consuming knowledge and ceremony out of fear of the unknown. The next generation of religion will do away with fear of the unknown, and will openly—and with excitement—seek to illuminate the vast void of what we do not yet know or understand, with the faith that we can experience more and more of our own divinity directly.
Bentinho will speak in depth on this topic, as well guide participants through some of the more advanced direct contact tools available to realize the Divine One within. This full day event will be hosted, symbolically, in a beautiful church in Amsterdam. It will also be live streamed for those not able to make it in-person (see below).
Cost: 125 Euros. Purchase tickets below.
Schedule of Sessions
Note: Session times are shown in the timezone for The Netherlands. For those watching the live stream of the event (see below for live stream info), Google a timezone converter to find out when these sessions will air in your timezone.
Doors open at 9:15. Please arrive no later than 10AM.
10:30-12:00 - 1st session (Silence + Talk)
12:00-12:30 - Short break
12:30-13:30 - 2nd session (Q & A)
13:30-15:15 - Lunch break (be back by 15:15)
15:30-17:00 - 3rd session (Talk + Q & A)
17:00-17:30 - short break
17:30-18:00 - 4th session (silence and/or guided meditation)
If you are coming to De Posthoornkerk by car, the closest parking is:
P1 Parking Amsterdam Centrum
Prins Hendrikkade 20 a
1012 TL Amsterdam
If you can’t attend this event in-person, no problem! Watch the entire event on Crowdcast livestream for $75. Purchase your livestream ticket here: