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Inner and Outer Life Balance MP3

Inner and Outer Life Balance [Summer 2017]

This evening Raman will give clear insight into how to live a balanced life, in such a way that your life reflects this energy into the physical around you. Too often our balance goes out because of the demands on our energy in our life and our minds way of trying to solve it. Raman will show how we can live life from the Souls awareness and find ourselves achieving all we wish for with greater ease. This is of course something that affects us all! This will be a great way to begin a new year, in balance and with greater ease!



The beginning of this recording misses Raman's introductory greeting, you will hear the end of his first sentence when recording began.


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Inner and Outer Life Balance MP3

  • For over 2 millennia this elightened Master has continued to find ways to offer invaluable insights and guidance into the human experience. The magnectic presence, power and compassion that one experiences in the channelled presence of Raman Pascha is truly ineffable and must be experienced. A profound shift will occur in your sense of what is possible. You’ll awaken to the power of the divine more clearly in your life. Come and experience Raman’s loving wisdom and attention on your life.


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