Path of Empowerment Weekend with Barbara Marciniak

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Path of Empowerment Weekend with Barbara Marciniak

Time: May 13, 2017 at 10am to May 14, 2017 at 6pm
Location: Seven Centers Yoga
Street: 2115 Mountain Road
City/Town: Sedona, Arizona USA
Website or Map: http://www.chetsnow.com/barba…
Event Type: workshop, pleidians
Organized By: Dr. Chet Snow
Latest Activity: Feb 8, 2017

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Internationally acclaimed trance channel Barbara Marciniak has allowed a group of enlightened beings from the future called "The Pleiadians" to speak through her since 1988. With their help, she compiled two best-selling books, Bringers of the Dawn and Earth: Pleiadian Keys to the Living Library. Her third book is Family of Light: Pleiadian Tales & Lessons in Living, published in late 1998. In this inspiring and very readable work, her system busting Pleiadians describe our soul heritage as part of a cosmic family that split apart eons ago into two branches: those of Light and those of Darkness. Together we co-create the reality in which we co-exist. As we navigate these critical times of change, Barbara and the Pleiadians offer wit and wisdom for freeing ourselves and our planet from the ancient invisible bonds that only serve the dark, selfish masters we have allowed to hold sway here for so long. With the 1987-2012 "nano-second" now completed, join us in Sedona and learn how to Transform Consciousness as we continue in the Great Changeover Times of 2013 - 2027. This year huge changes are happening and we all need to keep our Common Sense wits about us - learn what the Pleiadians have to say about Where we are, Where we are headed and How to Create the Best Reality we can, Today.

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