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LCFHD Book Discussion "Mind Into Matter" // Consciously Conscious with Pa'Ris'Ha

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NOTE:  A re-broadcast of Consciously Conscious, with Host Pa'Ris'Ha, follows the Book Discussion.

Join us on Mondays with host, Pa’Ris’Ha and members of The Learning Center for Human Development for an hour of learning and lively, interactive discussion. We are currently reading “Mind into Matter: A New Alchemy of Science and Spirit” by Fred Alan Wolf, PhD

Mondays at 5:00  Az time / 8 pm Eastern DS

Attend by Phone: 213-943-3410 and press "1" to read and join the conversation! Or join us at http://consciousnessltd.com

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Consciously Conscious hosted by Pa’Ris’Ha

“Consciously Conscious” is hosted by Pa’Ris’Ha, a highly sought after teacher with an international public reach of over fifty million people. She has presented in over 125 countries. Pa’Ris’Ha is a Philanthropist: an Incurable people watcher and humanitarian; Perennial student of neurosciences and the brain, Practical psychology and evolutionary sciences; a Peace ambassador, a Cherokee Spiritual Elder; Spiritual teacher, Ancient Tablet Keeper and Interpreter. She has 55 years of health, wealth and happiness coaching and training; Coaches and trains in success and business, is an Activist, life coach and leader in human development.
There are those who are unconsciously unconscious, there are those who are consciously unconscious, and then there are those who are consciously conscious – and to that we dedicate this time.
Find Pa’Ris’Ha on FaceBook: www.facebook.com/Ven.Pa.Ris.Ha/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pa_Ris_Ha

 

Consciousness Unlimited Radio is a production of The Learning Center for Human Development.

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