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Intimacy and Spiritual Expansion with Dr. Elsbeth Meuth & Freddy Zental Weaver

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Please join us and our guests, Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver for a show on The Intertwining of Intimacy and Spiritual Expansion. This dynamic duo guides individuals and couples into the transformative power of human connection, intimacy, and relationship mastery in the context of spiritual elevation. As explored in their acclaimed bestselling books… Intimacy between two people can be one of the most potent gateways to full spiritual expression. And spiritual expansion can often heighten the ability to achieve a successful, unconditional state of intimacy. These two are deeply intertwined.

The masters of navigating this powerful interface, Dr. Elsbeth Meuth, Ed.D., and Freddy Zental Weaver, are bestselling authors, acclaimed speakers, and sought-after television and film authorities. Over the past two decades, they have assisted more than ten thousand couples and singles in rekindling and expanding their love and relationships. They are the founders and directors of the TantraNova Institute in Chicago, are featured on Showtime’s documentary series “Sexual Healing” and the Emmy award-winning NBC show “Starting Over.” They have shared their intimacy secrets at a global YPO (Young Presidents Organization) conference in the city of love, Paris, and got nominated as Changemaker at the White House sponsored 2016 United State of Women Summit in Washington, D.C. Elsbeth and Freddy Zental are beloveds—life and business partners—residing in Chicago. TantraNova.com. This FREE GIFT Introduction to Sexual Meditation - Video Class will help you learn distinctions and practices of Sexual Meditation to access and channel your creative spark.

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