The Aboriginal Dream Time explained by Quantum Science

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The Aboriginal Dream Time explained by Quantum Science

Time: August 18, 2018 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Unity of Sedona
Street: 65 Deer Trail Drive
City/Town: Sedona
Phone: 4063704519
Event Type: presentation, and, demonstration
Organized By: James Tree-Gilmore
Latest Activity: Aug 12

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Free Presentation, Book signing, Healing Demonstration
The Aboriginal Dream Time explained by Quantum Science

You are invited to attend a free presentation being held at the Unity of Sedona's Fellowship Hall, Saturday the 18th of August 2018. Presentation runs from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Located at 65 Deer Trail Drive.

Did you know that the oldest recorded spiritual tradition is that of the Aboriginals of Australia? (30,000 years according to modern archeological findings.)

Did you know that the most recent findings of Quantum Science validate the ancient teachings and understandings of life as past down by the Aboriginals?

Did you know that there is a technique that blends these understandings into a system where you can access and manifest the life you were created to live? Would you like to see a demonstration of a healing technique based on this system?

To learn more join James Tree-Gilmore for an entertaining presentation and book signing at Unity of Sedona.

About the Presenter:
James Tree-Gilmore is the Author of "The Athro Technique, How to live a Charmed Life" and "The Way of the Sacred Pipe."

Jim is a spiritual adviser for a federally recognized Native American church and is the keeper of the United Nations Turtle Pipe, the Sacred Pipe presented to the UN Headquarters in New York in the 1970's.

He has conducted both presentations about Native prophecies and Sacred Pipe ceremonies at the UN Headquarters in Vienna as well as at several Aboriginal cultural and spiritual gatherings in Australia.

Jim has conducted peace ceremonies in the Middle East between authorities of the Israeli and Palestinian Governments. Jim brings a truly global view point of human potential to his lively presentations.

His latest book details how to use Ancient Aboriginal mystical practices, coupled with modern science, to create the life you were destined to experience.

These secrets where shared with Jim during his time spent with Aboriginal Elders in the desert of Central Australia over the past decade. He has taught in many countries, as well as several Universities and cultural gatherings across the US. He has studied the principles of Quantum Mechanics as they relate to health and healing for 5 years. Jim has developed a new healing modality based on this information and it is being taught around the world.

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