THE ALCHEMY OF AWAKENING AND HEALING

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THE ALCHEMY OF AWAKENING AND HEALING

Time: January 31, 2013 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: OASIS Healing Arts Sanctuary, Ashland
Event Type: presentation, of, consciousness, awakening, and, healing, work
Organized By: Shivallah Dharma
Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2013

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An Introductory Evening with Shivallah (from Maui) at the OASIS HEALING ARTS SANCTUARY:

Thursday, JAN. 31st, 6:00pm - 7pm

Shivallah is currently in Mt. Shasta and ready to share his work with the Ashland community as well.Offering SATSANG MEDITATION - Circles and Intensives; THE ALCHEMY OF INTIMACY - Workshops; THE NECTAR OF WHOLENESS - Residential Training’s; SOUND HEALING CONCERTS - Tibetan Singing Bowls & Silence; CONSULTATIONS - Individual and Couples.

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