Saturday, February 9, 2013 . 6-8pm
Life contains a great many mysteries – strange, unexplainable phenomena that make themselves visible from time to time, and seem too consistent to be pure coincidence. Indeed, life itself is a grand mystery! It constantly challenges us in unforeseen ways, pushing us to question what is real and what is not. It is clear to anyone who has been seeking the truth long enough that much of what is real is invisible and difficult to understand. Have you ever wondered if it is possible to go beyond the veil that separates the visible world from the invisible? To gain some insight into how it works? In this free class, you will be shown that not only is it possible to penetrate that veil – it is what true spiritual growth consists of, and is critical to understanding what life is really about. Moreover, once the principles of the hidden reality are grasped, it is possible to interact with its energies and manifest personal transformation, abundance, empowerment, and ultimately fulfillment and happiness more effectively and quickly than any other method. You will get a taste of what real magic is, and you will be presented a rare and exciting opportunity to learn how to use it and make things happen you may have never though possible!
Brennan Murphey s the founder of the Interlight Mystery School and a master of the Eastern and Western Mystery Traditions. He has been making his living as a teacher of these Mysteries since 2007. Brennan began walking his spiritual path at the age of 9, when the enlightened master Swami Shyam took him under his wing and began teaching him the art of meditation. At the age of 13 he made his initial journey to the Himalayas, where he studied at the International Meditation Institute. At the age of 25 he was initiated into the Western Mysteries and spent several years studying with the Modern Mystery School. His life’s mission is to manifest a better world by empowering and inspiring others to be brave and follow the will of the Higher Self.
For more information, please contact:Brennan Murphey