Tools for Transformation: Oneness Work comes to Tahoe
July 26, 2010
Economic challenges, environmental concerns and worries over employment may predominate the thinking around town, the nation, the world.
We have our share of coping mechanisms from great new places to eat to more and more emphasis on stress elimination. Of course coping is better than the alternative, but what if transformation was really possible? What if we could move beyond coping to new possibilities of hope and inspiration?
That refreshing approach is possible through exposure to the work of a small organization fostering a huge movement. The work of The Oneness University is providing a deep understanding of how to transform in these time as well as providing the tools for sustainability.
Individuals who have experienced both the teachings and the blessing itself report a dramatic shift of energy, including healing both physical and mental issues and finding new answers to old problems.
A teacher from the Oneness University in India, Doug Bentley will lead the experience with musician Angelika. Experience The Oneness Blessing during the Wanderlust festival, Squaw Valley Chapel, 440 Squaw Peak Road, Aug. 1, 4-6 p.m. and Aug. 2 at the Center for Spiritual Living, 700 N. Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, 6:-8 p.m. The Oneness Blessing is a non-denominational doorway to healing, joy, peace and global transformation.
Preview the Oneness Blessing at the Om Home, 1221 B. Haskell St., July 29 at 7 p.m.
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