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The Lighted Lamp

The Lighted Lamp

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  • Sat 10 Mar ’18 – Sun 11 Mar ’18, 9:00am – 5:00pm


Nelson College for Girls, 400 Trafalgar St South, Nelson


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Weekend Admission - Standard: $285.38
  • Weekend Admission - Community Service Card and air travellers: $244.38
  • Weekend Admission - Couples (2 people): $536.50

Every human being is destined to bring light into the world.  Indeed, the purpose of the soul is to creatively express its love and wisdom in support of humanity’s betterment. It is to be a beacon of light in a darkened world and to let your light shine. Yet to do this we must realize that deep within each of us is a lamp waiting to be lit. When its light begins to flicker and glow, it indicates that an individual has entered onto the Path. Such a person is then recognized as a Lighted Lamp. To be a lighted lamp is to be an aspiring magician. The soul within each of us is seeking to generate loving and creative thoughts that have the power to uplift others in some way. As this inner light begins to blaze, it indicates that the soul now has a sanctuary (within the head) to express itself through. In this seminar, we will deeply explore the soul’s creative process —as it seeks to radiate through this lighted lamp within.

Additional themes that are highlighted in this seminar include:
- Recognizing the power of the “interludes” in meditation;
- Using the “Floor of the Triangle” to give brightness to the lighted lamp;
- Hearing and trusting the Voice of the Silence;
- The evolution of the inner light leading to the Halo Effect;
- Expressing the light of wisdom at times of global crisis.

Book with Joy Breayley: joyb@xtra.co.nz

Esoteric Astrology appointments with William are available. Please contact Joy for availability

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