Introduction to the KUNLUN System and Tea Ceremony

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Introduction to the KUNLUN System and Tea Ceremony

Time: February 13, 2013 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Oasis Healing Sanctuary Ashland
Street: A Street
City/Town: Ashland, OR
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Event Type: science, and, consciousness, education, networking
Organized By: Katharine Clark
Latest Activity: Feb 13, 2013

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Science and Consciousness Presentations for 2013. Tuesday Evening The Oasis in Ashland From 7 to 9 PM (Donation) Our local leaders in the Science and Consciousness field are coming together to network and magnetize harmony and health in our Mythical State of Jefferson. Since you’re one of us, join us Tuesday night. Feb 19 Joshua Alan Young Introduction to the KUNLUN System and Tea Ceremony This will be a casual event where I, Joshua, will be speaking about the system, its history, and the science behind the alchemy. There will be a question and answer period after I explore the practice with you. After the talk I will be teaching a simple, yet profound breath practice along with a visual meditation. After the talk and meditation, I invite everyone to stay for a Tea Ceremony. I will be pouring one of my many favorite Oolong Teas. It will be a great way to share our practice with each other and to make new friends." "Joshua Alan Young is a 25 year old student of life. He has been working with Max Christensen and the KUNLUN System for the past 4 years. Personally the practice has had profound affects on his own life on all levels; mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. He is excited at the opportunity to share his passion with the community."

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