Oneness Awakening Course

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Oneness Awakening Course

Time: June 29, 2012 to July 1, 2012
Location: Hidden Springs Wellness Center
Street: 1651 Siskiyou Blvd.
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.onenessinashland.o…
Phone: 541-210-2892
Event Type: oneness, awakening, course
Organized By: Oneness In Ashland
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2012

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Facilitated by Patti Browning and Amari Gold, Certified Oneness Trainers

Registration $175 thru June 22, then $250, partial scholarships available



The primary purpose of Oneness is to liberate the mind. Deeksha/Oneness Blessings make a neuro-biological shift in the brain that assists the opening of the heart.  Participate in the Global Awakening happening now in our world by sharing this blessing with others.


Become a Oneness Blessing Giver and deepen into the process of awakening. Each day is filled with practical teachings, devotion and contemplation that support awakening into higher states of consciousness and living a happy life free of internal conflict.


- Immerse yourself in the Presence of the Divine

- Live your life in the senses without the mind’s interference

- Participate in profound healings of your relationships

- Become deeply connected to your own personal Divine

- Receive Mukthi Deeksha from Bhagavan in a live webcast

- Experience an Advanced Process with other Deeksha Givers


Registration $175 thru June 22, then $250, scholarships available


3 free spots for Deeksha Giver’s in exchange for seva for the course;
Deeksha Giver's may retake entire course for a suggested donation of $45;
Deeksha Giver’s may participate for free if they bring a paying participate with them.

Advanced process on Sunday, 64 deeksha, donation $10-20 for deeksha giver’s not in the weekend course.

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