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At The Park

Namaste,

Temple’s message begins at about the the 7min 20 sec mark. Now if you skip to that you will miss a wonderful mediation by Russell Heiland. Mediation helps us connect to the power within that is the Source of all.

Temple delivers powerful guidance in this message on Easter 2010. Now before you click off thinking Easter is over I suggest you grab paper and pen and have your mouse handy to pause while you take notes. There is a bonus…you may want to have a tissue handy. No she doesn’t make you sad …quite the opposite. When you hear her reference the park …fasten your seat belts.

(Posted by Steve Pohlit, Executive Director, Life Rights…the right of all to live their intentions in freedom and peace)

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