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Competition: Weekend Workshop Pass, with Healer & Yogi Guru Dev Singh, Dublin

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November 22 & 23, 9-5pm,  Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Guru Dev Singh is the Master of Yogic Healing, Sat Nam Rasayan, and is an outstanding Kundalini Yoga Teacher. He’ll be running a fantastic workshop where you are guided to have the experience of the unconditioned consciousness.

“When you are present and the conditioned mind is not operating you become the presence of God. You are in shuniya or silence the most elevated state of consciousness.”

His two day workshop will guide you to peace and silence, a space where profound healing takes place.

Sat Nam Rasayan is an ancient healing art, practiced as a service to humanity. It is a technique where one uses only the meditative mind and awareness to heal. Practicing Sat Nam Rasayan can very quickly teach you how to meditate and experience deep states of consciousness, open your compassionate awareness, increase your sensitivity and give you tools to deal with other situations.

To enter the competition, simply visit our facebook page and comment on the competition post telling us why you’d love to go.

About Guru Dev Singh

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He was born in Puebla, Mexico in 1948 and first studied the indigenous traditions of his country. A Totonaca indio chose him as a disciple and taught him to look. “To look” means being able to see the cosmological meaning of reality through understanding the relationship among all the things existing in the Universe.  He began studying kundalini yoga in 1976. He is responsible for the creation of the international School of Sat Nam Rasayan which, over the years has produced some of the finest healers in the world.


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