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Eckankar: Walking the Most Direct Path Home to God

Eckankar: Walking the Most Direct Path Home to God

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When:

  • Sun 4 Aug, 1:30pm – 3:00pm

Where:

Wharewaka Function Centre, 2 Taranaki St, Taranaki Wharf, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Explore past lives, dreams, and Soul Travel!

Eckankar New Zealand warmly welcomes you to an afternoon of talks and discussions, with the purpose of discovering new and personal ways to make God an everyday reality in your life.

At this free event, you will learn techniques and spiritual exercises to:
- Gain greater awareness of your spiritual purpose
- See yourself and your life from a higher viewpoint
- Live in freedom – heart, mind, and Soul

Eckankar, the Path of Spiritual Freedom, offers a practical approach to spirituality, providing tools for spiritual development and growth to people of all ages and faiths. It assists individuals to find their own way to God through direct personal experience with the Sound and Light of God bringing greater freedom, wisdom and love. Harold Klemp is the present spiritual leader, known as the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master and is the chief proponent of the ECK teachings.

Eckankar runs discussion classes, workshops, and seminars nationwide for the spiritual benefit of its members and all others who seek spiritual upliftment. Areas of interest include Inner Guidance, Divine Love, Past Lives, Dreams and Soul Travel, Karma and Reincarnation, Spiritual Liberation, Meditation and Contemplation, and Divine Wisdom.

The principles and exercises shared are for anyone, from any background, to fully awaken your connection with the divine. Feel free to bring family and friends.

For more information contact David 021 328 431.

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