Saturday morning April 19, 2014
10 am - 12 noon
A.R.E Association for Research & Enlightenment
215 67th at Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, VA
Daniel Flynn is a lawyer, mystic teacher, and author of Love Life 101: What Near-Death Experiences and the Mystics Teach Us about Love, Romance and the School of Life. The presentation will discuss how Love Life 101 came to be written and what it is intended to accomplish. It will highlight some key insights that near-death experiences and the mystic perspective provide about romantic relationships. Daniel will explain how increased awareness of this bigger picture, assists us in making informed choices in our pursuit of meaningful relationships… in the same way that knowing someone is attracted to you, makes it easier to ask for a date.
For more information on Love Life 101 and the bigger picture, please visit www.Love-Life-101.com.
Autobiographical Information: Daniel Flynn is a graduate of Columbia Law School with a 33 year career in litigation and environmental law. More importantly, he is a long-term student of the mystic perspective of reality, drawing on mystic sources such as the Edgar Cayce readings, the Kabballah, A Course in Miracles, Sufism, Buddhism and Native American spirituality. He has taught classes on the mystic perspective, including topics such as near-death experiences, reincarnation, communications with loved ones who have passed on, and the effect of the mind on the reality we experience. Always, the focus of his classes has been on the practical aspect of these subjects: how does this awareness of the mystic side of reality enable us to make more informed choices and pursue a more meaningful life.
Workshop: Saturday, April 19, 2014 at the A.R.E. in Virginia Beach: 2:30-4:30 p.m.
The workshop will include designed exercises based on the bigger picture concept described in Love Life 101 that help participants:
• tap the group’s collective wisdom about romantic relationships, and
• discern inner guidance that exposes patterns involved in our romantic relationships, what they mean for our pursuit of meaningful relationships, and how they may help us recognize our beshert (our “meant to be” life partner).
Lecture/Workshop: Sunday, April 20, 2014, at 111 ART GALLERY in NORFOLK: 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Daniel will give a Workshop/Lecture very similar to the Saturday program described above, so tell your friends and family about it! Admission $20. Location: 111 Pennsylvania Avenue, Norfolk, VA – Off Upper Granby Street, across from the Riverview Theater.
Space is limited. For reservations please contact Suzanne Watson at: (757) 620-4766.
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