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Higher Self Workshop: Sanctuary Meditation Technique

06/04/2017 02:00 PM

@ Urban Magick
941 North 89th St

Higher Self Workshop: Sanctuary Meditation Technique

Do you have a reliable relationship with your intuition? Would you like to enjoy more mental clarity? Are you ready to have a clear connection with your higher guidance? Join us for Sanctuary Meditation!

Urban Magick offers the Sanctuary Meditation Technique as handed down in the Salomonic Mystery School tradition for thousands of years to connect with your higher self. Sanctuary Meditation serves as a foundation for meditative practice and spiritual progression.

Your Sanctuary is the place to cultivate your own personal power and intuition. It is a special space through which you can consciously meet and connect with your higher self. Your higher self is the voice of your spiritual nature and can provide great peace, insight, confidence, and well-being.

As you practice using this ancient and proven technique, you will gain access to clearer, higher guidance for yourself as well as the ability to relax deeply and empty your mind. With practice, you will be able to "drop in" quickly to a deeper level of yourself and just be.

Even if you do not feel that you currently receive spiritual guidance, repeated use of this practice will build a connection so that you can refine your discernment and increase your alignment with your higher self.

This class is handed down to you in the pure tradition of the ancient lineage of King Salomon. Karla is an initiated Modern Mystery School Guide and is trained to hand this technique down to you so that you can use it for deep states of meditation on your own.

Call Karla Clark at 206-227-3520 to register or email: karla@urbanmagick.net

Tuition is $55.

Location TBA San Diego. We recommend limiting caffeine and chocolate prior to class as well as bringing a water bottle and a journal and dressing in layers for maximum comfort. There is on-street parking available.

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