With special guests Marc Angelo Coppola and Superhero Academy
Permission to Think Freely is an examination of how we’ve created the current reality we are living in and how we can shift into a more loving future, told through the lens of art.
Adam implements thought provoking personal development concepts with real world applicability and deep emotional exploration to take the audience on a spiritual, lyrical, philosophical AND scientific journey that is unlike anything you’ve experienced before.
Permission to Think Freely toured internationally in Australia late 2017 to sold-out audiences and rave reviews.
The evening is… hosted by international speaker Cam Adair, and opens with the musical talents of Monique Benabou, who is a headlining singer/songwriter and recent contestant on "The Voice" on NBC.
As a special bonus for Montreal, the evening will feature special guest speakers from Superhero Academy, including its founder Marc Angelo Coppola, who will be sharing some incredible value for the audience.
“It’s going to open your heart, open your mind, and WAKE YOU UP”
“I’m coming out of this feeling lighter, feeling more love in my heart, feeling more connected to my own purpose.”
“If you get a chance to see his show, you MUST. It’s not an option. Take the time off. Make it happen.”
The doors open at 6pm and the show starts at 6:30pm. We are creating a tight container for this event so please be on time. There will be no late admittance and no refunds will be given.
This event is not suitable for children. We kindly ask that you find a sitter. We are also asking that no food be brought into the performance space, so please give yourself enough time to eat prior to the show starting.
Sunday 6/3 from 10:30am-12:00pm we will have a small group brunch hosted by Adam Roa and Marc Coppola. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, share a meal, and create a personal relationship with us. This VIP ticket also includes VIP seating, a signed copy of Adam's book, "Cosmic Philosophy", as well as a copy of his new music album.
Message from Adam:
As a kid growing up, I had a problem with authority. Not all authority. Just the people who expected me to blindly follow their orders without ever asking them "why?". And despite the difficulties this presented as I managed to piss off my parents, my teachers, and my employers, I refused to give up my right to question everything. My right to think the thoughts I wanted to think and explore all the ways I thought we could do things better.
This insatiable desire to examine even the most widely accepted beliefs has served me well as an entrepreneur. It's served me really well as a coach and speaker. And it has given me the color pallet with which I now paint my poetry. I believe our society, our entire planet, could benefit from that one question that continues to drive me: why? Why does war continue to exist? Why are pipelines being built where they can destroy clean water? Why do we think the thoughts we think?
I don't have the answers. I'm not pretending to. I'm simply giving you permission.
Permission to think freely.