Mabel Katz, returns home to Los Angeles after a successful tour through South AmericaMabel Katz, returns home to Los Angeles after a successful tour through South America
Published: June 19, 2017
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MABEL KATZ, MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER AND AUTHOR OF 4 BOOKS PUBLISHED IN MORE THAN 20 LANGUAGES, RETURNS HOME TO LOS ANGELES AFTER A SUCCESSFUL TOUR THROUGH SOUTH AMERICA
Los Angeles, June 19, 2017 – Famed speaker Mabel Katz took her message of peace to her native Argentina, as well as to Columbia, Peru and Uruguay. Besides offering her traditional seminars to sold-out crowds, Katz, who has more than 700,000 Facebook followers, also shared her message of peace with Colombia's congress in Bogota, with elementary school children in Argentina, visited victims of the recent severe floods in Lima, and spent time with mothers of premature children at a milk bank in Montevideo.
This year has been truly special for Mabel. She had an audience with Pope Francis in Rome, she closed the Being One in Madrid event, where she spoke to a massive crowd of 6,000 people, and she had the opportunity to speak to 1,500 young people in Puebla, Mexico. She has also given the Ho'oponopono seminar, which she learned after years of studying with her mentor, Doctor Hew Len, then enhanced it with Zero Frequency®, a method she developed personally, in Tel Aviv, Medellin, Barcelona, Miami and Long Beach, a city near Los Angeles. She will her unyielding work as an ambassador of peace when she visits countries like Serbia, Croatia, India, Romania, Hungry, Japan and Israel this coming fall.
ABOUT MABEL KATZ
Mabel Katz is a writer and inspirational speaker from Argentina living in the United States. She set aside a successful career as an accountant, as well as a famous TV and radio show, to dedicate herself 24 hours a day to learning Ho'oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian art of solving problems, from her teacher Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len. She later created seminars, infused with simple and practical tools, wich she has taught to diverse audiences, everone from business people, to children and teens, chilren with autism and Down Syndrom, even men and women in prision. She was invited to speak at senates and other govement entities, and gave a speech at the United Nations in Viena to a multi-ethnic audiece from the Middle East. She was also honored as Peace Ambassador, named Dame Mabel Katz in 2013 by the Orthodox Knights Hospitalier of St. John of Grand Priory of Russia, and in 2015, she received the prestigious Public Award of Peace. She has authored 4 books, which have been translated in 20 languages, including Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese, Hungarian and Italian.
For more information, visit www.mabelkatz.com
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