New Exhibition, Self-Liberation, Sounds From Japan

NOMAD Bar is open on Wednesday to Sunday, from 20:00 till 00:00, on the weekends – till the party goes on.
Our address: Mahlower Str. 32, 12049 Berlin – Neukölln. U8 Boddinstraße.

Opening of the New Exhibition: JULIA PANDIT (AKHILA.LOVE)
Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015, 20:00 – 00:00


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Artworks by: JULIA PANDIT (visionary art)
DJ Sets by: FIBA and SIRIUS DIN 

Entry: FREE.

JULIA PANDIT is a self taught berlin based artist, originally from South Germany. On her journey through different creative mediums and styles like graffiti, streetart, bodypainting, making mandalas, painting uv-backdrops and even sculpting, her paintings became more and more detailed and visionary. Her work is filled with patterns and symbols, always inspired by ancient mystics, cosmic tribes as well as her dreams and the spirit world.

Julia finished a degree in fashion design in 2011 and founded her creative label AKHILA.LOVE in 2012 where she combines her skills into wearable fashion, creating handpainted accessoires, handmade jewellery and other goodies. Guided by the power of love and magic, Julia’s mission is always to dream and to create.


Talk: A Path to SELF-LIBERATION – Toltec Practice in Taoist Words
Thursday, 17 Dec 2015, 19:00 – 21:00


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Entry fee: donation.

Just a moment before the new year begins, join us and see how the Toltec masters of dreams and the Taoist doing-without-action observe the concept of Self-Liberation and what they offer in order to achieve it.

Self-Liberation, the process of deconditioning: acknowledging, repairing and replacing old patterns. Is that even possible? What kind of people will we be after this process of letting go? And how can we actually do this?

Toltec wisdom offers four basic practices of behavior in order to reach this self-liberation. The practices are simple and can be used by anyone. They are relevant to these days even though the Toltec culture lived a 1000 years ago in Central America. And 500 years before that in ancient China, Lao Tzu used a poetic language when writing the Tao Te Xing, offering an interesting reflection on the Toltec keys and concept of self-liberation.

When these two great philosophies meet – a path to better understanding of ourselves and our own freedom opens.

Yoav Shavit spent years of his life with one foot in the High-Tech world and the other foot in the spiritual world. In the last few years he is developing his practice as a therapist and spiritual consultant in Berlin.

Acoustic Live: KURI – Sounds from Japan
Friday, 18 Dec 2015, 20:00 – 22:00


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Live by: KURI (Japan)
Katsu: Greek Bouzouki, Irish Bouzouki Guitar, Bodhran, Percussion, Jew’s Harp, Vocals.
Miho: Tin whistle, Low whistle, Ocarina, Melodion, Bamboo flute, Tibetan Bells, Percussion, Vocals.

ENTRY: 5 eur.

Traditional sounds from Japan infused with music from different cultures they passed through on their travels.

KURI are Katsu and Miho, two very talented multi-instrumentalists making rare concert appearance in Berlin. KURI’smusic is dedicated to the land of the mountains in Japan, where they live, as well as the landscapes they have encountered in their world travels.

Katsu’s sound journey started with an explonation into folk, rock and experimental noise music. In the early 1990’s, he started to become more interested in the resonance of ethnic instruments, and his travels around Europe and Asia taught him many things about music and sound. He came to the understanding that making music and exploring musical instruments are universal among people all ages and cultures, and he leads workshops teaching people how to make simple instruments out of bamboo and play them.

Miho’s musical history started when she was about 11 years old. She played the trumpet in a school band, and when she left, she went on to university where she continued to play in classical concerts but felt something was missing, her heart yeaned for something more, so she decided to travel to the West. She went to Ireland. and there musicians who played from the heart-music connected to the land, and that connects brings them together, and gives them meaning and joy. Katsu joined miho, and Kuri was born in Dublin.
Being in Ireland made her want to get back in touch with her own roots to make music not in a traditional way, but with a spirit generated informed by their Japanese blood and yet also infused with some of the places they visit and the music they hear along the way.

Sunday Chai
Every Sunday, 20:00 – 00:00


CHAI TEA is a special drink and from now on it’s going to be even more appreciated as we serve it ONLY ON SUNDAYS! Come over if you miss the taste of chai tea, ginger tea or herbal tea.

CLOSED For Winter Holidays
21 Dec 2015 – 5 Jan 2016


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We’ll open on January 6th, 2016.


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