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The incense world may be as ancient as the human use of fire, entwined into cultures for healing, cleansing, temples, meditation, prayer and more. My life is dedicated to exploring creation’s botanical wonders and unique ways to benefit from their medicinal value.


In this class we will identify key smells from our lives for an understanding of what incense is & how it works in us and our surroundings. We’ll explore the difference between the use of natural resins and alchemically combined incense. We’ll experience— incense blindfolded, a practice that awakens the most primal part of our brain, taking us deep into ourselves to unfurl feelings and memories and reconnect to our present state on all levels.

Wed, May 29, 5:30-6:30pm—Marquee

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Selma Braier’s penchant for art began at a young age with drawing, painting and handicrafts. It naturally followed for her to study in the School of Arts in the Universidad Catholica in her  native Lima, Peru. In Israel she began her study of Graphic Arts in Jerusalem’s Betzalel Academy in 1979. Selma completed a degree in the history of art and geography at the Hebrew University. In 1990 she learned Co-Counseling, a self awareness technique she has taught since. In 1999 she discovered Art Therapy, a profession that combines her talents of both Art and Therapy. She completed studies at David Yellin Teacher’s College and has worked as an Art Therapist since. Selma teaches Art as a way to connect to creativity, exposing her students to fine arts techniques in their process of self-discovery.

Artistic Self Discovery

Art Therapy helps us to let go of unwanted emotional loads that we may have accumulated through life. It connects us with ourselves, our creativity and our natural healing powers. In this session we will experience a hands on taste of Art Therapy tools. No need for former art experience.

Wed, May 29—4:00-5:00pm—Cabin 1



In this session we will examine alternatives to prolonged sitting, and ways to introduce movement into ones working day. Ellen takes her yoga experience, “off the mat” to help increase postural awareness in real life. She evaluates postures, habits and the fit between worker and workplace. She helps one understand the causes of pain, discomfort and injury, believing that introducing movement into the workday is key to staying healthy, productive and pain free.

Ellen has been helping people be more comfortable in their bodies since 1998. She is certified by the Wingate Institute in Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics Consulting and is an RYT 200 certified yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. She holds an MBA from New York University. She advises businesses, small companies, home offices and individuals. She teaches customized yoga classes privately and in small groups.

Ellen writes a regular newsletter that focuses on body awareness and practical tips. Follow her blog at,

Mon, May 27—2:30-3:30pm—Main Hall

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Nechama Sarah Gila is an author of three books, artist, musician and teacher living in Israel for 36 years. She has 25 years of experience in her personal development program of movement, music, Torah sources, journaling and positive affirmations to achieve clarity, calmness and connectedness. Nechama Sarah Gila has written two books based on extensive research from both the written and oral Torah, especially the Kaballah of the Ari z”l and her meditations in the land of Israel on the Twelve Tribes. 

The Twelve Tribe Kaballah Experimental Healing
Kabbalistic Art expresses a refinement of character in which  deep beliefs and teachings of wisdom become integrated into the heart of the artist. Every painting is a journey and a teaching which hopefully lands on the paper as an expression of beauty.  Beauty- Tiferet- is a balance of the higher superconscious and intellectual levels of the soul with feelings.  Raw emotions are transformed into visuals guiding one closer to the Creator.. 

Mon, May 27—4:00-5:00pm—Cabin 1


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Demo–Body Design & Use: Osteopathy for Back and Neck Pain

In this class we’ll learn about osteopathy, who can benefit, what conditions are commonly treated and how osteopathy treats neck and low back pain. We’ll choose a participant for a live demonstration of the magic of osteopathy.

Dr. Barbara Gordon-Cohen, D.O. is an Osteopathic Physician with a focus on osteopathy and integrative medicine since 1991. Her unique medical approach bridges the worlds of integrative medicine and body-mind-spirit wisdom for a comprehensive, intuitive and heart-based approach to wellness. Doctor Barbara has dedicated her practice to treating the whole person, focusing on the cause of imbalance rather than only treating symptoms. Doctor Barbara is a pioneer in the field of anti aging and natural hormone replacement therapy.

Tue, May 28—4:00-5:00pm—Cabin 1

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Tzipporah Sarah Eisen is a certified Yoga and Nia instructor who is passionate about everything to do with the expressive arts, music, movement, body-centered anything, healing and wellness. She believes dancing is a sacred path to ecstasy and joyful soul expression. Tzipporah enjoys sharing her love of movement with others so that everyone can feel better!  On the side she also works as a grant writer and is a mother of three blessed vilda chayas. 

Energize your Body and Soul with Nia Movement! (Women only)
Nia is a powerful sensation-based experience that is expressive, FUN and healing.  Inspired by music from around the world and 9 movement forms including dance (Jazz/Modern/Duncan), martial arts (Tae Kwon Doe/Aikido,/Tai Chi) and therapeutic movement (Yoga/Alexander technique/Feldenskrais), Nia creates a dynamic and highly versatile practice.  The dance-movement experience leaves one energized, mentally clear and emotionally balanced.

Nia is non-impact,  accessible to every body type and adaptable to different levels of intensity. No previous dance experience is required–just bring your dancing feet.

Thu, May 30—4:00-5:00pm—Main Hall


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Claudia has more than 15 years of experience with traditional Chinese medicine as well as other complimentary holistic approaches, including Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology and various Healing approaches.

Claudia has been living and studying in China and had private practices in New York and Rio de Janeiro.

Today, Claudia has a beautiful private Clinic in Herzliya

Tue, May 28—10:30-11:30am—Main Hall—What? Me Worry?

Tue May 28—12:00-1:00pm—Main Hall—Don’t worry, be happy


After graduating from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York in 1964, Dr. Feinerman took residency training in plastic surgery. He served in U.S. Army Medical Corps, including a year with the corps in Viet Nam. He later practiced plastic surgery in Atlanta, GA for 12 years and is now retired after 25 years of active practice in Israel.

Frustrated with the conventional options for improving his own medical issue of osteoarthritis, the good doctor adopted a holistic approach to good nutrition. This then led him to macrobiotics as a solution. Intensive self-education was augmented by study at the Kushi Institute for macrobiotics.

Workshop: The five transformations are the backbone of traditional Chinese medical theory. We will briefly review this fascinating concept and go into depth on one of them, specifically the Metal transformation, in order to get a deeper understanding of how this permeates the practice of Macrobiotic healthy living. Finally, let’s discuss this theory’s relevance in today's sophisticated allopathic medical sphere.

Wed, May 29—2:30-3:30pm—Studio

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Spritually Kosher Food Sources

Jewish sources abound regarding human privilege over animals–as well as our responsibility towards them. We will view classic sources from Jewish tradition that illuminate and influence these issues along with our personal choices in choosing our food.

A Conservative rabbi, Adam Frank is an animal welfare activist who has lead the Conservative Movement's law committee to ban the particularly cruel restraining methods used during kosher slaughter. Adam is co-chair of the board of the Jerusalem Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and past-board-member of Hakol Chai, an animal welfare organization working to stop abuse of animals in Israel.

Thu, May 30—2:30-3:30pm—Main Hall



Esther Frumkin has studied macrobiotic cooking with many teachers over the past 2 decades, including Ginat Rice. She periodically cooks macrobiotic food for clients and teaches macrobiotic/vegan cooking classes. She is also a certified Traditional Chinese Medicine herbalist. In her practice, she combines herbal treatments with nutritional counseling.

  • In this class, we will demonstrate how to strengthen the body’s energy by cooking in ways that support digestion. We will focus on various methods of vegetable preparation to this end including several kinds of pickles, boiled salad, greens rolls, pressed salad, nishime-style vegetables and brine pickles. 

    Thu, May 30—10:30-1:00pm—Studio

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Galia invites us to sit comfortably, close our eyes and take a deep breath towards an inner journey of magical sounds. The expanding quiet amongst us leads to deep inner calm, an inward and outward connection to ourselves in a new way. A space opens for healing and realization of our dreams as we return to our original inner harmony in our bodies, minds, and feelings. As in days of antiquity, we discover our future life. Each of us has his own inner rhythm returning us homeward. Galia’s healing music allow us to touch the sounds of crystals, Indian flutes, drums and vibration and discover our personal sound.

Galia has been involved in healing therapy for over 10 years. With deep self healing she has succeeded in freeing her own inner knowing, widening her ability to listen and to hear, and to open gateways into worlds of fascination.

Sun, May 26—8:00-9:00pm—Main Hall

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Out of the Box Solutions in One Glance

By looking at a medical problem as comedians look at life, Yocheved Golani asked herself "What's wrong with this picture?"and realized within minutes that she knew how to solve a medical problem overlooked by an entire medical device industry. Her foray into the world of biomedical engineers and 3D designs plus simple leg work allowed Yocheved to think up the solution that is attracting attention from the wider medical world.
Bio: A medical and mental health journalist, Yocheved Golani is a certified Health Information Management professional who prefers to solve problems rather than to complain about them.

Sun, May 26—10:30-11:30—Cabin 1

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Energy Ball for Self-Healing 
Inside each of us is an enormous healing power that knows how to repair and care for the physical body, emotions and mental capacity. Accessing and knowing how to utilize your healing potential is an art! An energy ball gives you an easy access. It is simple to create and allows access to internal communication. The results are feeling stronger and more connected to your true self. Some of the many purposes of the energy ball are relaxation, deep sleep, meditation, nurturing spiritual connection and extending blessings to others.

Jeff Goldstein is an alternative trauma therapist in Jerusalem specializing in the methods of Attunement and Somatic Experiencing®.

Visit Jeff at
or contact him at 052-655-7195

Sun, May 26—4:00-5:00pm—Cabin; Energy Ball

Mon, May 27—7:00-8:00am—Front lawn; Sunrise stroll

Mon, May 27—4:00-5:00pm—Main Hall; Heart Dance

Sun, May 26 and Mon, May 27 at dinner; Food Blessing Ceremony




Jeanne is a Natural Health Specialist in Los Angeles, California who focuses her teachings and guidance on the principles of macrobiotics for better health and longevity. Jeanne is also a Kundalini yoga teacher. Her company, 7th Element Services, offers a weekly meal service and a cleanse program and classes throughout the year. She is the Retreat Director for the Vegetarian Educational Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading a plant based diet for happy, healthier lives and carrying forward the tradition of the French Meadows Summer Camp by the George Oshawa Macrobiotic Foundation. Jeanne is passionately working for one peaceful world, one day at a time.

"Rise Up with Tree Energy"

Explore the upward, rising force of Tree energy within the Five Transformations. Motive, inspire creativity and nourish your body with foods that nurture the liver and gallbladder. Spring cleansing, detox tips and more.

Sunday: May 26, 2019; 5:30-6:30 PM

“Summer, the Energy of Fire”

Summer is a busy time of year. High energy is moving in all directions in the natural world. Learn how to balance your diet and lifestyle with the natural world around you for an active, harmonious life.

Monday: May 27, 2019; 5:30-6:30 PM

“Grounding & Comforting–Earth’s Downward Soil Energy”

This is the season of late summer with its last days of heat before autumn arrives. Energy shifts downward to ground us as the natural world calms down. This time of year is perfect for balancing blood sugar. This class will focus on how to do that naturally through diet and lifestyle.

Tuesday: May 28, 2019; 5:30-6:30 PM

“Strengthen Metal Energy–Nurture Our Lungs and the Large Intestine."

“The Metal Energy of the Five Transformations encompasses the Fall, when autumn has arrived and leaves detach from the trees. Our focus moves inward with the cooler months as nature slows down and energy travels inward. It’s a time of condensing and preparing for winter months ahead.That’s what we’ll learn in this class.

Wednesday: May 29, 2019; 5:30-6:30 PM

“Water Transformation Kidneys Give Us a New Sense of Direction”

When our kidneys are strong and the water transformation of energy in the body is in balance we have a sound sense of direction. Decisions are easier to make, and we go with the flow. We’ll focus on this contemplative, floating energy for reflection, embracing balance to create harmony naturally.Sunday: May 26, 2019; 5:00-6:30 PM

Thursday: May 30, 2019; 5:30-6:30 PM

Nine Star Ki Personality Assessment - Friday 9-10am
The umeboshi plum is a universal home remedy noted for its alkaline properties, supporting the immune system, boosting digestion and so much more. Learn simple home remedies that are highly effective for the common cold to serious illness and safe for most conditions and people.

Jeanne will be offering personal Macrobiotic Guidance Sessions & a special deal on her Body Reset Cleanse program at the event...

Contact Jeanne via Email -


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Body Talk—Anchoring to the Heart; The BodyTalk system, a most amazing all round alternative whole care system.

Brett Jutan will present an understanding of heart function in daily life from the utero to our last breath. The whisperings of the all-knowing-heart constantly realign the bodymind back to balance, synchronizing us in homeostasis with our spiritual and physical energies, body systems, organs and cells back to the atomic level. We are ONE within ourselves and ONE within each other–this is the mantra of the heart. Brett will simulate a BodyTalk session for an understanding of the heart and BodyTalk matrix.

Brett is a diversified and skilled healer. He studied BodyTalk Fundamentals along with the Principles of Consciousness, the Musculoskeletal System, Five Elements, Bio-Dynamics, Orthopedic Evaluation, MindScape, and Eastern Medicine. Utilizing his broad knowledge base, he incorporates advanced energy medicine based on principles of quantum mechanics, lateral logic and philosophy, thus expanding the scope of his practice for transformation at a core level.

Mon, May 27—2:30-3:30pm—Studio

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Pearl Koelewyn works as a high school language teacher, incorporating dance and classroom relaxation techniques to promote focus, calm and stress relief. Pearl has been practicing Do-In and Yoga for more than 20 years, studying continuously in Jerusalem and her native Washington D.C. She conducts Yoga workshops for both students and teachers and teaches Do-In and Yoga to special needs autistic students. Pearl has a passion for her students and devotes her energies to the education of Israeli youth.


Do-In is a self massage technique taught by the late Michio Kushi of the macrobiotic movement. Do-In concentrates on the extremities and spine, including head and face, fingers and feet with some attention to shoulders and back. This will be accompanied in Pearl's class by breathing techniques to promote relaxation and well-being, combined with the signature repetitive movements of Kundalini Yoga to get our blood circulating for health and well-being.

Why Dance?

This workshop will expose the participant to a smorgasbord of experiences.

Part I: Multimedia presentation making the case for Why Dance?

Part II: Pearl will facilitate a warmup based on Kundalini Yoga techniques to shake and warm up in order to get your blood circulating and your body and brain neurons in the “dance zone.”

Part III: A dance party! Let us dance to our health and the pure joy of being alive!

Absolutely no experience necessary.

Tue, May 28—4:00-5:00pm—Main Hall


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Izabela brings Regression Therapy to the Forum, a process enabling us to address and transform the subconscious source of emotional issues and reclaim our true selves. She’ll demonstrate how to effectively implement change in our life, even in the face of trauma, a major obstacle to living our true potential.

Izabela Konwińska is gifted in both hypnosis and regression therapy, qualifying in Past Life Regression Therapy, UK. She is a member of the Spiritual Regression Therapists Association. Her profile can be found in the international directory. Izabela works in both the UK and her native Poland.

Thu, May 30—2:30-3:30pm—Cabin

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Anton 1Tone presents a fine percussion instrument with a unique sound that leaves a positive impact on both player and environment. The sound resembles that of a string, with all its harmonics perfectly aligned to its fundamental vibration, the same way that a string instrument produces its long and harmonious sustain after being plucked or stroked. Anton imitates this behavior by careful tuning and design. Our ears no longer identify the natural metallic timbre as the drum’s tongues resonate more like strings.

Anton Koren established 1TONE in 2007. The first instruments built under this brand name were didgeridoos, a “single note” instruments that can play a wide variety of overtones, hence the name 1TONE. Next Anton was inspired to create a metal drum from an empty gas tank with tongue shaped cuts that he called, “steel tongue drum,” now the most common name for this instrument. Next came the “Eclipse Drum,” the first fine tuned tongue drum, a hybrid between the African tongue drum and the Caribbean steel pan with its partials tuned “inside” each note. This was a real breakthrough in the field, turning the steel tongue drum into a fine tuned instrument. The latest model is now the FunTone drum.

Wed, May 29—8:00-9:00pm—Main Hall

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Self Healing Thru’ Internal Dialogue

Everything is possible, including healing. In this presentation we will explore quieting our minds and opening our hearts to hear our bodies, source of our history and information. This is a class of excitement and wonder as each of us is introduced to his inner self and begins the journey to unlock stuck patterns, whether inherited, emotional, physical or spiritual.

Dr. Phyllis Krug, M.D. holds a doctorate in physical therapy with a specialty in cardiopulmonary medicine. On this day at the Forum, dedicated to the study of the heart and small intestines, we’ll understand the heart as an organ that pumps blood, and energetically as a stronghold of our emotions. The small intestines is involved physically with digestion and also processes our emotions and stressors. It’s confirmed by medical literature–happy gut, happy brain. Dr. Krug’s training in the mind body therapies, including craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, integrative manual therapy and food as medicine, allows her to share with participants the many avenues and resources available to improve our health on all levels.

Mon, May 27—10:30-11:30am—Main Hall



Referred Visceral Pain: an Osteopathic View of the Large Intestine & Lungs

Osteopathic medicine is based on treating the body as a whole, looking for the root of the problem and its pathology, not only where it hurts! Instead of focusing on specific symptoms like pain, osteopaths look on how the body’s systems (nerves, muscles, bones, joints, internal organs) are related and affected.

In this talk about referred pain from the fascia tension of Lungs and Large Intestine (trapezius tension, neck pain, groin and lumbar stress), Adi will teach self-release techniques for:

- Diaphragmatic tension and breathing self

- Myofascial release for neck and vocal cords

- Auto manipulation for the sigmoid (a final part of the colon)

- Psoas muscle stretching techniques for lumbar tension

Adi is a physical therapist with 15 years experience in the sport and orthopedic fields. Seven years ago she started her Doctor of Osteopathy studies and now treats her patients from an osteopathic viewpoint using manual therapy, cranial and visceral techniques.
An Osteopathic session includes:

-Manual therapy adjustments for structural imbalances (such as spine, hip and joint disorders)

-Work on the head and neck with craniosacral techniques

-Treatment of the gut and the internal organs to ensure their proper movement and release tension from tissues around them.

These great manual therapy techniques are ideal for healthy patients as well as distressed. We all benefit from corrections to help our body remain balanced and healthy.

Tue, May 28—10:30-11:30am—Main Hall



Yakira Lee is a highly intuitive master healer for more than 20 years. As founder of LifeChoice Consultant, she helps those that have experienced trauma, abuse and addictions and individuals needing help with life's challenges and/or relationships. Divinely inspired, she started pursuing her passion of helping people when she was a child. From age seven to 15 she “shadowed” her doctor grandfather and learned to “see” in the body, and “hear” the messages of organs. When she was diagnosed in the early 1990s with final stage liver cirrhosis and hypo-functioning pancreas, she augmented her grandfather’s wisdom with classes in natural healing techniques. She left her management career in 1994 to teach others how to discover “stuck places” (blocked energy), release reactive responses and realize new ways of living life proactively. When spirit and emotions are healed, optimal physical living can blossom and thrive.

Contact Yakira via Email:

Free Your Chi

Breath Work Extraordinaire

Go within for your personal heart dance. Experience energy balancing and lower vibrational release within your Neshama (deepest soul) by using your soul song in sacred movement. Rising transformational dance enlivens every aspect of your essence to bring you into vibrant, dynamic living.


  • Release tension to experience deep relaxation

  • Improve circulation

  • Assist the body to detox

  • Ease muscle pain

  • Lessens the joint pains of arthritis

  • Relieve the pain of fibromyalgia

    Thu, May 30—4:00-5:00pm—Cabin 1

Daily at Soul Spa—5:00-6:30pm—Main Hall


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“Seasoning Your Way to Better Health“

Whether you enjoy seasoning your food like a pro, are not sure which herbs and spices to use, or just want to learn more about keeping yourself and your family healthy, this workshop is for you. Become familiar with the common and not so common herbs and spices that are used to give flavor to different types of dishes. We’ll taste test a variety of different seasonings including herbs, spices, and salts; experience their similarities and differences. You’ll put together your own spice blends to use for your next meal. And since most societies have traditionally used herbs and spices to promote health, we will become familiar with their health benefits as well. Find out which ones promote digestion, which are anti-inflammatory, and more. You’ll get a chart of herbs and spices with names in English and Hebrew along with their culinary uses and benefits.

Caryn Lipson has been self-studying traditional nutrition and natural health for close to 20 years, basing much of her philosophy on the principles of Weston Price. Upon making aliyah to Israel nine years ago she started her website Nourishing Israel ( to source the healthy foods she knew. Her site helps English speakers learn about organic and natural foods and health in Israel and includes sources and resources for products, goods, services and practitioners.

Tue, May 28—5:30-6:30pm—Cabin 1

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Maureen Levy is an artist-writer-teacher-integrative psychotherapist with many years experience in education, mental health care and the arts. Improvisational comedy turned her life around to appreciate the profound benefits of play and laughter. Mo lives in Dublin, Ireland with her two large sons and dog, performing sporadically with a local Improv Troupe. 

Mo loves books, traveling, singing,  philosophy, conversation, photography, teaching and singing. She dreams of owning an Ice Cream Van to house her own Talk Radio Show. She has taught all kinds of things to all sorts of people in USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Spain, Ireland, and most recently, Ghana.  She looks forward to bringing the joys of Improvisational Comedy to new-to-her people in a new-to-her country. 

Daily, 4:00-5:00pm—Studio


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Chana Necha Lieberman is an ultra-orthodox woman with four children. She grew up in Stamford Hill London, the centre of the largest Ashkenazi ultra-Orthodox Jewish and predominantly Hasidic community in Europe, often referred to as the, “square mile of piety.” The congregations often represent historical links with particular Eastern European Jewish communities such as Chana’s, a typically generous Hungarian household of "kokosh cakes" and "polotchintos." After her first baby was born Chana suffered hormonal abnormalities that led her to recognize the need to change her diet in order to have more children.

"You are what you eat,“ soon became, "You are what you digest,” and ultimately, "You are what you think.” After a complete turnaround, today Chana is passionate to spread the word. She feels strongly that nourishing ones mind and body can transform and upgrade ones quality of life. Chana helps people access their inner power to reach seemingly elusive goals and happily embrace and maintain a healthy lifestyle!

Stressed Spelled Backwards is Desserts

Dieting is not your fate! Discover and dissolve seemingly difficult food dilemmas as you recolonize your mind with constructive talk and harness your inner powers. This class is a short taste of a comprehensive ten week program where we learn to feel good emotionally and physically, discover a rare positive twist on a healthy lifestyle and become able to happily embrace a holistic, healthy life. The program is focused on nourishing your mind and body based on Louise Hays’ philosophy, “You Can Heal Your Life.”

Mon, May 27—12:00-1:00pm—Main Hall


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Clear money beliefs so that:

  • Money flows to me easily, frequently and abundantly.

  • Wealth floats around me daily.

  • Everyday I am becoming richer and richer.

  • Money comes to me easily and effortlessly.

  • Wealth constantly flows into my life.

  • I am aligned with the energy of wealth and abundance.

  • I am a magnet for money.

  • Prosperity is drawn to me.

  • I have a wealth mindset.

If you’d like these truths to resonate with you, this is YOUR workshop. Clear the subconscious thoughts and beliefs that block you from achieving these goals of prosperity as you move into your birthright of abundance.

Pearl Lopian made aliya in Feb 2017.  She has helped hundreds of people to clear negative thoughts, memories and feelings and is now also training others to become EFT Practitioners

Mon, May 27—5:30-6:30pm—Cabin 1