One Day Awakening Intensive with Gabor Harsayni
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A one-day awakening intensive with Gabor Harsanyi
Saturday 21st July 2018
10am to 5pm
The Kingston Quaker Centre
Kingston upon Thames
On Saturday 21st July Gabor Harsayni will be coming to Kingston, just outside London to give a one day awakening intensive. This is a great opportunity to receive the teachings from Gabor firsthand. If you are not already familiar with Gabor's teachings and his direct approach then read on to get a better idea of how Gabor can help you and is able to achieve results where over 90% of his students are able to come into presence and experience their true being.
Information About the Course
In this Awakening intensive Gabor shows participants a way to find their own authentic Being, with a practical and “Look at how you can BE!” approach… making them free and independent. He uses continuously fresh techniques to destroy old false spiritual concepts and to free participants from mental concepts and uncover the sense of being that was and is always there, only hidden by the mind.
Gabor will address directly the nitty-gritty of the “how to awaken”, which can be effectively transmitted in a personal setting, where he can teach techniques based on individual needs.
Many of Gabor's students from around the globe are finding that by following the techniques to awakening, a new skill arises within them that enables them to create major improvements in areas such as relationships, finances, health, and more.
The day will be both a serious and light-hearted course that will be speaking to your deep being, that is always present and available if we know where to look.
You can read the Functional Silence Critical Path that gives more detailed information about the techniques Gabor teaches.
Reduced price tickets are available for those on benefits or with limited means. Please email email@example.com for more details.
Directions to Kingston Quaker Centre
Only 30 minutes to Kingston train station from London Waterloo. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes. The Kingston Quaker centre is a 5 minute walk from the station.
Take bus 57, 131 or 237 to the Fairfield Bust Station stop.
There is a car park (The Cattle Market Car Park), just next to The Kingston Quaker Centre on the A307 just before coming to the Kingston ring-road. Kingston is easily accessible using the A3.