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The Interviewer Becomes the Interviewed: Paul Congdon Takes the Hot Seat!

by Admin

On Thursday October 3rd, the interviewer will become the interviewed as our very own Paul Congdon takes the hot seat!

Paul has been the publisher of Positive Life since 2008. Since then, he and the magazine have interviewed Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Louise Hay, Marianne Williamson, David Lynch, Byron Katie, Masaru Emoto, Devaji, Anita Moorjani, Ruby Wax, Adyashanti, John Perkins, Teal Swan, Joe Dispenza, Tom Campbell, Mooji, JP Sears and many more. The magazine has also run profile pieces on Brené Brown, Goldie Hawn, Tony Robbins, Russell Brand and Richard Branson.
Paul will share with us the knowledge he has learnt over the years from all these meetings and interviews, as well as the story of how one of his favourite teachers, Abraham-Hicks, turned up in DCU college (near where he grew up) to do a rare event back in 2010. These and many more teaching and healing experiences have helped him in his own life.
On the destiny side, Paul will share how the magazine came into his life and took him from the corporate world into running the Buddha Bag – a weekly series of events on many spiritual topics – now known as Positive nights. He believes that if you follow your passion, it will lead you were you need to go.
On the practical side, he will share some inside tips on running a publishing business, and how the more you get out of the way and let your inner being, Source or God lead the way, the better it works.
Paul will be interviewed by Anthony Sharkey, his first meditation teacher. Expect an evening of laughs, sharp insights, love and the inside track on the world of shifting consciousness.
The interview will take place during the first hour of the event, followed by a quick break. After the break, the floor will be opened to the audience for a Q & A session.

This event will take place on Thursday October 3rd, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café Theatre, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. Click here to book your tickets.

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