Gandhi, February 23rd (Rescheduled)

This acclaimed biographical drama presents major events in the life of Mohandas Gandhi (Ben Kingsley), the beloved Indian leader who stood against British rule over his country. Dedicated to the concept of nonviolent resistance, Gandhi is initially dismissed by English officials, including the influential Lord Irwin (John Gielgud), but eventually he and his cause become internationally renowned, and his gatherings of passive protest move India towards independence.

The film is rated PG, was released in 1982, and won several Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

Saturday, February 23rd, 5:45 p.m. seating; film starts at 6 p.m., Cascadia House, admission: Free. Any donations for time and expenses are appreciated.

First-come, first served. Please reserve your space(s) on our website so we know that you are coming, and please only reserve a place when you are truly attending in consideration for others and your hosts. The private Vancouver residence address will be given upon sign-up.

Please bring a pillow to ensure your comfort, and a healthy finger food or beverage to share.

Come and meet like-minded spiritual and metaphysical community at the Cascadia House Conscious Cinema gatherings held monthly. We have a brief social meet-and-greet and show a film chosen specifically nourish our spirits -- whether comedy, drama, documentary, or ??? We're open to your suggestions! There will be an intermission to mingle, meet, and discuss. After the film we'll continue the discussion, and simply socialize!

The Cascadia Room has a theater screen with HD projector and high-quality sound. We can seat about 18 people on backjacks (which are floor seats), as well as snuggly foam mats and pillows so you can recline while watching.

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Louise Hay's "You Can Heal Your Life"

Saturday, March 9th, 6:45 p.m.

This entertaining and inspirational docu-drama, based on the best-selling book of the same name, is hosted by author and teacher Louise L. Hay as she shares her metaphysical views and how to apply them to our physical, emotional, spiritual, and professional life. Guests include Gregg Braden, Wayne Dyer, Gay Hendricks, Esther and Jerry Hicks, Cheryl Richardson, Mona Lisa Schulz, Doreen Virtue and more.

"This movie is life-changing. I am honored to be a part of Hay House's first-ever film on the life and work of their founder, Louise Hay. This film not only tells the story of her amazing life and the healing work she's contributed to millions of people, it also shares provocative wisdom on the power of thought, affirmations, the raising of consciousness and the vital link between the mind and the body. Watching this movie will create a shift in how you view the world." --Cheryl Richardson, Author, Motivational Speaker

Saturday, March 9th, 6:45 p.m. seating; film starts at 7 p.m., Cascadia House, admission: Free. Any donations for time and expenses are appreciated.

First-come, first served. Please reserve your space(s) on our website so we know that you are coming, and please only reserve a place when you are truly attending in consideration for others and your hosts. The private Vancouver residence address will be given upon sign-up.

Please bring a pillow to ensure your comfort, and a healthy finger food or beverage to share.

Come and meet like-minded spiritual and metaphysical community at the Cascadia House Conscious Cinema gatherings held monthly. We have a brief social meet-and-greet and show a film chosen specifically nourish our spirits -- whether comedy, drama, documentary, or ??? We're open to your suggestions! There will be an intermission to mingle, meet, and discuss. After the film we'll continue the discussion, and simply socialize!

The Cascadia Room has a theater screen with HD projector and high-quality sound. We can seat about 18 people on backjacks (which are floor seats), as well as snuggly foam mats and pillows so you can recline while watching.

Sign-up for You Can Heal Your Life

Conscious Cinema

Come and meet like-minded spiritual and metaphysical community at the Cascadia House Conscious Cinema gatherings held monthly. We have a brief social meet-and-greet and show a film chosen specifically nourish our spirits -- whether comedy, drama, documentary, or ??? We're open to your suggestions! There will be an intermission to mingle, meet, and discuss. After the film we'll continue the discussion, and simply socialize!

The Cascadia Room has a theater screen with HD projector and high-quality sound. We can seat about 18 people on backjacks (which are floor seats), as well as snuggly foam mats and pillows so you can recline while watching.

Pictured here is the group of 14 delightful souls who attended the inaugural first showing of a movie at Cascadia House, which was Wayne Dyer's The Shift during January 2019.