Awakened Heart... Satsang with Chris Celine

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Awakened Heart... Satsang with Chris Celine

Time: February 23, 2012 from 6:45pm to 9pm
Location: Talent, Oregon
Website or Map: http://www.chrisceline.org
Phone: Call Judith for location (541) 951-5577
Event Type: awakened, heart..., satsang, with, chris, celine
Organized By: scott
Latest Activity: Feb 6, 2012

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Awakened Heart... Satsang with Chris Celine

 

A Call To Ordinary Magnificence......

“If your commitment and longing for the Truth of Enlightenment and Freedom is the top priority in your life, if you have heard the ancient inner call to remember, then I invite you to join me in the awareness that you are truly the Divine Expression of All Love.”

“Most of humanity believes that the Divine Expression of All Love is so exalted that it is beyond their reach. The doorway of the AWAKENED HEART reveals that such magnificence is not exalted. Nor is it reserved for exalted beings. It is All There Is, and as such is ordinary. The secret is within the ordinariness, where you embrace the simplicity of your magnificence that has always been the Divine Truth of All Love. I call you to the unraveling of your belief in limitation and to gently let go of the illusion of fear and separation.”

Chris Celine is an awakened spiritual mystic and guide to beloveds seeking a gentle way home. A powerful healer and seer, Chris Celine transmits the Love of God in profound and life altering ways. Her Pure Love can be received in every cell. She is a living example of the Love of God manifesting on earth and walks in this world as a reminder that everything can be healed and transformed into Love.

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm

Talent, Oregon

Donations $10 - $20

For more information visit our website (www.chrisceline.org)

Call Judith for location (541) 951-5577.

Private and phone sessions available

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