Oneness Awakening Course - Ashland, Feb 3-5, 2012

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Oneness Awakening Course - Ashland, Feb 3-5, 2012

Time: February 3, 2012 to February 5, 2012
Location: TBA
Website or Map: http://www.shaznajai.com/apps…
Phone: 541-210-2892
Event Type: deeksha, initiation, music, meditation, live, webcast
Organized By: Shazna Jai
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2011

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  ONENESS AWAKENING INITIATION WEEKEND   Facilitated by Shazna Jai, Certified Oneness Trainer

 

Friday, Feb 3rd, 2012 -  6p-10pm

Sat, Feb 4th  - 9am-5pm + 8-10pm

Sun, Feb 5th - 9am-6pm, Advanced Process for New Initiates

 

Early registration $195 before Jan 20th, 2012, thereafter $225

 

Deeksha/Oneness Blessing makes a neuro-biological shift in the brain.  Becoming a Oneness Blessing giver helps to spread Peace and Oneness and participate in the Global Awakening at this time in our history.


The primary purpose of Oneness is to liberate the mind. The natural state in which human beings can live. Using beautiful oneness teachings, meditations, and processes, we will prepare ourselves for our collective awakening using ancient spiritual technology that is proven.

 

You will relate to the Divine of your choice.  We will build our own sacred space from which we will receive the Mukthi (enlightenment) Deeksha for awakening.

  

-  Spend two plus days immersed in the presence of the Divine

-  Discover living a life of the senses without the minds interference

-  Participate in profound healings of all your relationships

- Become deeply connected to your personal friend, your Divine

-  Live Webcast with Sri Bhagavan from India

- Advanced NEW Process with the added power of more deekshaa givers                

Certified in India as a Oneness Trainer, Shazna Jai has been living and teaching Oneness Consciousness            and Self-Healing for over 14 years. She is a Reiki Master Teacher, Author, Creator of  Crystalline Clearings and Melchizedek Priestess. Her mission is to have victory for the earth and humanity through the education of oneness, peace, sacred living and consciousness.

To Register for this event: http://www.shaznajai.com/apps/webstore/products/show/277564

Or Contact Shazna for questions at 541-210-2892

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