Gangaji's Ashland Open Meeting

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Gangaji's Ashland Open Meeting

Time: August 3, 2013 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Street: 84 Fourth St.
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.gangaji.org
Phone: (800) 267-9205
Event Type: satsang, meeting, meditation
Organized By: Gangaji Foundation
Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2013

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Renowned spiritual teacher and author Gangaji will be Ashland, Oregon for two events in August. Her invitation is "..to the freshness of true inquiry and the discovery of your own natural radiance." At an Open Meeting on Saturday August 3 beginning at 4 PM Gangaji will share her direct experience of the essential message she received from her teacher Papaji, and welcome your questions and reports. The meeting will be held at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 87 4th Street. Doors open at 3:30. On-the-door fee is $20 per person. All are welcome.

On Sunday August 4 at 5 PM Gangaji invites those who have previously attended a meeting with her to join her in a more intimate small group gathering. Participation is limited to 40 people. Registration is required for this event.

Gangaji is dedicated to the recognition of peace and freedom inherent in the core of all being. She travels the world speaking to people from all walks of life, sharing her direct experience and through her life and words, powerfully articulating how it is really possible to discover the truth of who you are and  be true to that discovery.

Phone: (800) 267-9205
Information: www.Gangaji.org

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