Transcending Broken Heartedness, Sat 1/11, 4:30pm, Ashland Public LIbrary

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Transcending Broken Heartedness, Sat 1/11, 4:30pm, Ashland Public LIbrary

Time: January 11, 2014 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: ashland public library
Street: siskiyou blvd
City/Town: ashland
Phone: 541-210-2892
Event Type: soundcode, and, crystalline, clearing, event
Organized By: Shazna Jai and Amari Gold
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2014

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Transcending Broken Heartedness:
SoundCode Concert and Global Meditation
with Crystalline Clearings

Saturday, January 11, 2014   
4:30 to 6:30 pm
The Gresham Room, Ashland Library
410 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, Oregon
and Online!  Tell Your Friends

Our prayer and intention for this Concert is to bring healing to our hearts and the hearts of everyone who suffers.  Many of us are aware of carrying a deep and profound heartache due to separation from our true Source, the paradise that our souls once knew. Our suffering is compounded by the destruction and abuse of our beautiful planet, her people, and her kingdoms.  
 
We are blessed with healing SoundCodes and Crystalline Clearing to release and transcend pain and sorrow that burden our hearts and dampen our ability to experience and express the higher frequencies of love and joy.  Once liberated, our hearts come alive with sustained luminescence!   Please join us, and let your heart be heard!

A love offering of $25 is gratefully requested.
Online users will receive their login upon registration.
Register/RSVP here: http://www.shaznajai.com/apps/webstore/products/show/4410892
Or Call Shazna Jai 541-210-2892 or Amari Gold 505-285-7575

*Whether you are attending in person or from home, make yourself comfortable, lying down if you choose, and stay hydrated.

Shazna Jai and Amari Gold are Certified Oneness Trainers.  Amari is also a certified Atlas Balancing Practitioner using voice and SoundCodesTM to initiate profound healing in the body.  Shazna is the creator of Crystalline Clearings, the author of her auto-biographical account of falling "50 Feet in 4 Seconds", and offers private/group Crystalline Clearing sessions.

What others Experience: “. . .deep overflowing gratitude “ “ . . .felt consciously sharpened “ “. . .expanded space and time” “. . . energy clearing out like "a flush" “. . . Presence was rich and palpable” “. . .GRACE is feeding me”

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