Birmingham, City Centre United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 29, 2007 -- A radical exploration of modern human values will be at the core of an event set to take place in Birmingham next month.
The Humanity's Team "Around the World in Oneness" Tour will hit British shores on April 10 th for a day-long stop, bringing with it a challenging perspective on contemporary living.
Spearheaded by best-selling American author Neale Donald Walsch, the event will put Birmingham among a series of high-profile venues across the globe in a tour which will take in New Zealand, Portugal, USA, Canada, Germany, Japan, Moldova, South Africa and Argentina.
The event, taking place at Birmingham's Adrian Boult Hall, will involve talks, discussions and workshops dedicated to helping participants cultivate new perspectives on themselves and their relationships to others.
David Kirby, who is UK coordinator for Humanity's Team, said, "As well as putting Birmingham at the centre of a global movement, this day-long intensive event will act as a breath of fresh air to those desperate to make a change in the modern world.
"Humanity's Team is dedicated to challenging some of the old ideas ingrained in our culture, which we believe are destructive."
The organization, set up by Walsch four years ago, draws heavily on the author's work through which he calls for a radical re-evaluation in people's conception of themselves.
At the core of his writing Walsch describes how archaic ideas of "right" and "wrong", and fear-based cultural mythologies, are holding back humanity from reaching what he believes are the very achievable goals of peace and fulfilment.
Mr Kirby added, "It is a great honour to host this inspiring and unique author, who we believe offers a timely and important alternative approach to how we perceive ourselves and each other.
"He comes with a message that we are all part of the same thing, the same process of life; and the implications of this simple truth on modern society and culture are enormous.
"This is an exciting privilege for Birmingham and the UK as a whole."