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Practicing Distance Healing with Grand Master Julie Scott - March 9, 2019 - Dallas TX

March 9, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Location: Triangle Lodge
Street: 4617 Insurance Lane
City/Town: Dallas
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/dir/32.6884203,-96.7929396/triangle+lodge/@32.7617187,-96.8504954,12z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m1!4e1!1m5!1m1!

Triangle Lodge

Event Description

Distance healing techniques provide a means for us to send metaphysical aid to those who may be in need. By developing our capacity to help others remotely, we can increase our ability to be of service in the world.

Join Grand Master Julie Scott in this experiential workshop where we will practice Rosicrucian techniques for providing metaphysical aid to others, including a special meditation in the Rosicrucian Temple. All are welcome.

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Julie Scott serves as the Grand Master of the English Grand Lodge for the Americas as well as its President and Chief Executive Officer.  She is also a Director on the Board of the Supreme Grand Lodge of AMORC.  Soror Scott served as a volunteer on the local and regional levels of AMORC for many years and is profoundly grateful for the ways in which the Rosicrucian Order has enriched her life.

Soror Scott was born on August 24, 1958, in St. Louis, Missouri.  In 1995 she moved to San Jose, California, to serve as the Director of the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum.  She was elected to her first term as Grand Master in 2000 and has been twice re-elected.

Soror Scott is a teacher and a student.  Her favorite subjects include history (especially ancient Egypt and Greece), myth, ritual, and sustainable business practices.  Soror Scott most appreciates spending time in nature, including long walks on the beach and through forests.

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This workshop is open to Rosicrucian members and Seekers. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

Members/Nonmembers - $20.00

Couples - $30.00


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