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Have You Had A Spiritual Experience?

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  • Sun 8 Mar ’15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
  • Sun 15 Mar ’15, 11:00am – 12:30pm
  • Sun 22 Mar ’15, 11:00am – 12:30pm


Coastlands Aquatic Centre, 10 Brett Ambler Way, Paraparaumu


All Ages

Have You Had A Spiritual Experience?

Have you had a sense you’ve lived before, had a dream that felt more real than your life here, or a sense of deja vu? According to a Gallop poll, one in three people have reported having a spiritual experience of some kind, ranging from the subtle, such as a feeling of knowingness or intuition, to the dramatic, like an out-of-body experience.

What defines a spiritual experience? Many would describe it as any experience that uplifts your consciousness or opens your heart to divine love, often bringing a sense of spiritual freedom. Some people have vivid dreams with departed loved ones, or dreams providing practical guidance or insight; others have experiences with an inner light or an inner sound. Some feel they have had special protection and divine guidance, or unforgettable near-death experiences.

Whether the experiences are subtle or dramatic, many feel the most beneficial consequence is the inner assurance of being unconditionally loved.

A free Spiritual Experiences Guidebook class is being offered in Kapiti, sponsored by Eckankar NZ. This three week class will offer techniques to help you remember your dreams and connect more deeply with your higher self. It is an opportunity for people of any belief or background to gain more insight on spirituality, connect with like minded people, and learn new and advanced ways for exploring their inner worlds.

Attendees receive a Free Spiritual Experiences Guidebook and CD

For further details or to register please contact:
Peter ph: (06) 3647558

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