Calling Entrepreneurs, Clear your business to match your new consciousness

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Calling Entrepreneurs, Clear your business to match your new consciousness

Time: June 11, 2014 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Peace House
Street: 534 N. Mountain Ave
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541-210-2892
Event Type: meeting, meditation, spiritual, gathering, of, higher, frequency, in, business
Organized By: One Heart Mission
Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2014

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CALLING ENTREPRENEURS
LET’S GATHER TOGETHER FOR A CLEARING IN CONSCIOUSNESS TO
 Meet your goals sooner rather than later
 Get more done by slowing down
 Bring more pleasure into your workday

As we grow, awaken, the way we do business needs to awaken also.  We have all the answers for our personal growth and what about our business?  Most people will keep the ‘rules’ of business because of the common belief ‘that’s just how it’s done’.  But your business is special to you.  It’s your heart, your service, your love.  It’s time to take old paradigms of consciousness in business and breathe in a fresh breath, a new perception by accessing our internal knower.  

We are building a group consciousness for entrepreneurs who have heart based businesses for the month of June.  The model in you then fills the matrix of love in business.   As Jean Houston says: “
Before you can step fearlessly into your supreme destiny, you need to skillfully and seamlessly integrate your new ways of thinking, living, and collaborating in this new ecosystem of being.”

Join this powerful group for the month of June and power up your business.


Here’s what others say about sitting with Shazna
“Every time I see you cool stuff happens in my life”
“I feel freed of so much old weight & heaviness”
“I feel light, relaxed and peaceful yet motivated”
“You hit the nail on the head, found my core belief and opened my thinking to see my work differently”


Shazna Jai, Spiritual and Transformative Guidance for Everyday Needs

Let our Mantra be WORK LESS – HAVE MORE MONEY

Weds, June 11th, 18th and 25th
7-8:30pm,
join one or all three
Free, Please RSVP to Shazna 541-210-2892
Peace House, 534 N. Mountain Ave, Ashland  

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