“Tell Me Your Stories”
An evening of inspired original songs pared with a mini-workshop
Music is powerful. And in the hands and heart of this musician, our walls melt and the room becomes one. Come join in this fun and moving program of music and connection with lots of opportunity to participate and sing along. During some of Charley’s songs, we will touch into that sweet inner place of peace. And during others we will shift into full out joy and joining. No two concerts are alike. It’s always an in-the-moment event, with Charley listening for which song he is guided to play next.
In the second half Charley will switch gears and lead us in a short spiritual workshop exercise to take us deeper into seeing who we are and seeing that essence in each other. Amazing moments are available in this experience, and in a very brief time you may even feel that sense of inner connection that usually comes only after attending an entire weekend retreat!
Charley Thweatt brings his gifts of warmth, humor, presence and ease to any gathering. He has been a favorite with Unity groups since the early ’80s, when he took a leap of faith from his budding architecture career into touring full time with his spiritual concerts and workshops. Charley has a talent for turning a room full of strangers into connected family, by sharing his original music, his angelic voice and his insightful workshops. He has been a presenter for spiritual organizations and metaphysical conferences for 35 years, throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, Fiji and Japan.
The biggest influences on Charley’s spiritual path have been Unity, A Course In Miracles and seven years of touring with Alan Cohen’s workshops and retreats. Charley has also been the musical opener for such other luminaries as Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Ram Dass and Louise Hay. He has appeared on national television and radio with his songs, with such titles as You’re an Angel, Take Your Power Back and Dancers in the Light. You’ll find his many CDs and more about his transformative work at his website: www.musicangel.com.