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Expired Event - Meet Mas Sajady- The Secret to High Frequency Living - 23 May 2018

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Meet Mas Sajady- The Secret to High Frequency Living

When:
Wed 23 May 2018
Cost:
Free
Details:
Meet Mas Sajady, a former computer programmer who after two near-death experiences came into potent abilities that work at the core frequency level to bring forth seemingly miraculous shifts. Mas Sajady’s abilities have since helped tens of thousands of people around the world transform all areas of their lives with rapid, lasting and documented results.

During this talk, Mas will discuss his gifts and abilities to redesign and reprogram your spiritual blueprint, removing blocks and materializing fast and tangible transformations. These fundamental shifts can impact anyone's physical, emotional, financial and spiritual well-being, guiding us into our natural state of 360 degrees of abundance. He will share how to decode the secret to high frequency living in any situation and upgrade the quality of your life in 10 minutes or less.

Event is free and online registration is required

For more information and to register, please visit our website.
Location:
Blavatsky Lodge of the Theosophical Society
599 Pacific Highway Suite 8
St Leonards, NSW 2065
Contact:
Mas Sajady - Customer Service Team on
 

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