Explore The Reconnection by Dr. Eric Pearl with Allou Guthmiller R.N.

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Explore The Reconnection by Dr. Eric Pearl with Allou Guthmiller R.N.

Time: May 25, 2013 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Oasis Healing Arts Sanctuary
Street: 258 A St.
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.thereconnection.com
Phone: 541-531-6777
Event Type: explore, new, frequencies, of, healing
Organized By: Terri Mann
Latest Activity: May 15, 2013

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There is a healing power that transcends the limitations of human ability and imagination.  By opening to it, without preconceived agendas, we are able to restore balance and harmony in our lives and, as such, transform our bodies, hearts, minds, and souls in ways that otherwise may seem impossible.  Experience Reconnection Saturday May 25th at Oasis at 6PM.

Presented by Allou Guthmiller RN  An internationaly known healer and transformational teacher and Associate Instructor of Reconnection  Healing and The Reconnection.

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