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Deepen into the Divine! With Australian Power House Spiritual Teacher, Suzy Meszoly 

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Suzy is the nurturing bridge that holds the Light and radiates this divine high frequency to participants allowing them to increase their vibration to their fullest potential, facilitating deep physical and emotional healing. Through this extremely profound, yet incredibly graceful and subtle transmission, people become fearless, non-judgmental, blossom into their unique individuality and they bathe in unconditional love. Suzy’s teachings are grounding and practical, offered joyously with empathy and humor.
♥ Privates appts available.

New York City Events
Tuesday, December 13, 7pm - 9:30pm at Reflections
250 West 49th St, 2nd Fl, btw 8th Ave & Broadway

Friday, December 16,  7:30pm - 10:00pm at Atmananda
67 Irving Place, 2nd Fl, Btw 18th &19th Street

Friday, January 6, 7:00pm - 9:30pm at A.R.E. of New York, Edgar Cayce Center
241 West 30th Street , 2nd FL, buzz in #102
$25 non-members / $20 members

♥ Weekend Seminar ♥
January 13 - 15, 2012
Friday, 7-10pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5pm
Reflections 250 West 49th St, 2nd Fl.

"Suzy Meszoly is one of the most gifted and skilled healers that I have come across in a career spanning four decades and many continents. You will be amazed!"
~Susun Weed, author Wise Woman Herbal Series

"Suzy has made a profound impact on my life. The energy that comes through is powerful and helps me to stay present and connected and grounded."
~Carol White

"Suzy's presence is good for my soul. I'm emotionally healthier and I'm reminded that love transcends all and to live without fear or judgment - what a difference in my life!"
~Barbara Fish

For registration & information contact Mel Finnerty: (310) 710-8081



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