See you in Zagreb this weekend

See you in Zagreb this weekend
Published: November 15, 2016

Hello!

The next stop on my global travels was Madrid. I am always overwhelmed by the love and appreciation I receive here. It is such a blessing for me to share my journey with such warm and loving people. The response was breathtaking. More than 400 people took part in our training.
And on top of that 47 people participated in absentee. I think it was the largest absentee participation we've ever had. It's wonderful to see more and more people seeking out creative ways to participate when they cannot attend in person. In fact, some of my more sensitive absentee students told me they could "feel" the seminar, while some of my psychic students reported seeing fireworks happening on the absentee table.

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Where there's a strong desire for truth, there's always a way.

After the eight-hour seminar, I stayed around for hours signing books and pictures and visiting with old friends. I was exhausted, but as I always like to say: my work is my joy, and my effort is small in comparison to the commitment and trust people place in me.

In other words, thank you, thank you, thank you.

The Sunday seminar ended with an amazing party. We danced and laughed and had a great time. In some of the photographs and videos we took from the evening, you could see some very strange blue lights moving around us. We definitely had good company. But, we always do!

And now it's time to move onto Zagreb, then Belgrade. There's more work to be done. More friends to meet. More truth to be shared. More love to experience. After Belgrade, I am going HOME!

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P.S. Remember you can still participate in the magical Mount Shasta virtual tour. It's a wonderful opportunity to enjoy amazing meditations, inspirations and direct messages from Saint Germain, Jesus, Adama and The Creator!

 

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