Spiritual Alchemy

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Spiritual Alchemy

Time: September 28, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Ashland Center for Transformational Events
Street: 258 A St. Suite #7 (Upstairs)
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Phone: 530-312-0546
Event Type: presentation, &, book, introduction
Organized By: ACTE: Ashland Center for Transformational Events
Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2010

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Event Description

Ashland Center for Transformational Events
presents:

Spiritual Alchemy
The Answer to Every Problem

Come and learn about the most potent force of change—
SPIRITUAL ALCHEMY
What does this ancient science that was used
in days past to change lead into gold have to
do with you?

You are invited to attend this free event
to introduce the easiest way to change the most
troubling situations in your life to the experiences
of victorious living!

What if…….
After hearing and applying these techniques,
you could experience greater health,
happiness and abundance?

What if…….
You could learn a way to change your reactions
of irritation, fear, anger, doubt into
peace and happiness?

What if……
You no longer had to labor or “forgive”
issues and individuals, but could instantly go
beyond resentments into healthy energy
that enhances your health and well being?

FREE EVENT
TUESDAY, SEPT. 28TH 7-9pm
Free copy of presenter’s book given with
any donation (Free will offering to cover expenses).

Where: Ashland Center for Transformational Events
Ashland Historic RR Museum
Upstairs 258 A St. Suite #7, Ashland
(above where
Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
once was)
[email protected]

When: Tuesday, Sept 28th, 2010, 7-9pm

More Info: Ph: 530-312-0546
Presented by:
Irene Carver
Polarity Therapist
Christine Savory
Author
http://www.spiritconnection.org/


Ashland Center for Transformational Events
located at: Ashland Historic RR Museum
258 A St. Suite #7 (Upstairs), Ashland
(above where
Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
once was)
Across from Ace Hardware,
near Ashland Food Co-Op
in the Railroad District.
[email protected]
This 50 seat Event Center can host:
Astrology, Cosmology, Environment, Ecology,
Historical, Psychology, Sociology, Sciences,
Mythology, Spirituality, Personal Development,
Film, Arts, Music, lectures, seminars, work shops,
gatherings, and more!
Facilities include:
31 x 33 feet; 1022 sq. feet.
Audio-visual, computer interface,
and other equipment.

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