CANCELLED: Practical Spirituality: Power Tools for Life

CANCELLED: Practical Spirituality: Power Tools for Life

Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 18:00 to 21:30
Personal Growth
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Mas Sajady returns to present this event for the first time in the UK

The Buddha taught that there are three types of generosity. The first is the generosity of the material – that of giving things, such as wealth or possessions. The second is the generosity of protecting living beings from the things that they fear – principally injury or death. And third is the highest form of generosity, which is called 'the giving of that which is sublime'  – the truth. That is what Mas has been tirelessly giving since returning from his second near death experience.

One of the truths that Mas has observed to be frequently forgotten by us is that having spiritual power is key to achieving physical success. So the theme of this event is on Spiritual Power for practical use, its gain and loss in life and abundance. All talks, meditations and healings will be on how to cultivate power, accumulate power, utilize it intelligently, so that it creates abundance to oneself and others.  

Power Tools for 360 Degrees of Abundance:

  • Spiritual Power for Health Abundance
  • Spiritual Power for Wealth Abundance
  • Spiritual Power for Intellectual Abundance
  • Spiritual Power for Relationship Abundance
About the speaker, Mas Sajady

After his second Near Death Experience, Mas Sajady was gifted with intuitive and healing abilities so remarkably potent that he was soon likened to some of the most significant healers in history.

From these NDEs, Mas brought back a divine wisdom and the ability to see and alter frequencies in people - frequencies that have been holding us back from our true potential. Mas works on the core frequency level to help redesign and reprogram your blueprint, materializing fast and tangible results, and helping you manifest Abundance in all areas of your life.

His weekly podcast, Exponential Intelligence, is free to download.

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