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Creating Inner And Outer Peace With Susan Allan

Our amazing member Susan Allan of, is at it again! On May 29th,she is providing a free event for those local to the Santa Monica area (if you aren't local, it will be available later on DVD) called:

Creating Inner and Outer Peace with Susan Allan, America’s leading Marriage and Divorce Coach, creator of The Heartspace System & Patricia Fitzgerald, Doctor of Holistic Medicine and Author of The Detox Solution.

Dr. Fitzgerald, a leading national expert in creating health with holistic and safe solutions and Susan Allan, creator of The Heartspace System offer a FREE training so that you may create a peaceful and healthy life for yourself and your family.

· Learn how to identify adrenaline addiction

· Learn how to let go of “wired and tired syndrome”

· Learn how a simple test can change your life forever

· Learn about natural products that can replace antidepressants & anti-anxiety medication for so many

· Learn communication skills that replace stress and disconnection between family members and generate peace

· Learn to create true intimacy

Date, Time and Location:

May 29th 6:45 -9 p.m.
Santa Monica Library
Santa Monica, CA
818-314-1200 or for information

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Comment by Belinda Rachman, Esq. on May 13, 2008 at 7:26pm
I am going to be on a boat to Alaska that day but it sounds fabulous. I would love to hear what ever tape you make so I can get in on this powerful info. Have a great day!

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