Something changed everything and it’s coming to Truckee
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Something is changing everything. Can you feel it?
Weand#8217;re experiencing one of historyand#8217;s greatest value shifts and economic reinventions. Anyone struggling to better understand these times has a free opportunity to experience insights and enlightenment from one of the countryand#8217;s leading trend trackers and reinvention experts. It happens Friday Aug. 6, 5 – 6:30 p.m. at For Goodness Sake in Downtown Truckee.
Using dynamic visuals, music, film, stories and amazingly uplifting transformational skills, Peter McGugan lifts burdens and spirits. Itand#8217;s a soul spa.
and#8220;If weand#8217;re BEing fear, doubt, despair and depression,and#8221; says McGugan, weand#8217;re too low for inspiration, creativity, hope and solutions to flow to and through us. Weand#8217;re missing the potentials of now. Those potentials are all around us!and#8221;
Albert Einstein said, and#8220;No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.and#8221;
McGugan agrees: and#8220;Our mass consciousness is changing and that is dramatically changing the why of what we buy. When something changes everything, what used to matter to us doesnand#8217;t any more.
and#8220;I invite people to awaken to the new economy in which integrity and high consciousness blossom into loyalty and sustainable prosperity.and#8221;
Association executives run the nationand#8217;s largest conventions; theyand#8217;re a speakers toughest audience and theyand#8217;ve rated Peter McGugan among the countryand#8217;s top presenters.
This Canadian reinventionist (yes, there are reinvention experts) is releasing his third book. This presentation is fully sponsored by The Emily Andrews Foundation and Nevada Cityand#8217;s APPLE Center for Sustainable Living, and your admission is free, 5 – 6:30 p.m., 10157 Donner Pass Road, Truckee. Call 550-8981 for information. The sponsors promise youand#8217;ll discover energizing and fresh truths.
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