Aneeahseah Adalaya Statile's Invincible Heart Traditions

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Aneeahseah Adalaya Statile's Invincible Heart Traditions

Time: January 13, 2018 at 4:30pm to February 13, 2018 at 4:30pm
Location: Online - live streaming
Phone: 541 708-5722
Event Type: 9, month, spiritual, healing, course
Organized By: Aneeahseah Statile
Latest Activity: Jan 10

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Ignite your Arisen Christ...your Birthed Buddha, as you enter the Hallowed & Great halls of Creation Healing, a Spiritual Healing Certification Course 

If you are driven to heal yourself and others. . . Creation Healing, The Soul’s Supreme Flight is about to turn that drive into Reality.

This powerful & pervasive methodology calls you to study the guidelines and teachings:

1) Of work cognized and brought to this planet by Healing Master Aneeahseah. Entering the state of Paramatman, the Absolute State of Creation know also as Quantum Field, she gathers & delivers this work to her students.   

2) Of the teachings of Advanced Essential Oil wisdom by renowned Master Healer, Acupuncturist & Essential Oils Educator, Vivian Engelsen, L.Ac.

Both Aneeahseah & Vivian offer their work in highly understandable, powerful & do-able, down to earth teachings. 

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