News - Spreading the power of Violet Agni
by Life Positive
Headed by Jaspal Soni, this NGO strives to put people in touch with their respective higher self, recognising them as their guide, guardian, and friend. The pioneers of violet agni in India, the organisation was formed by Jaspal Soni in the year 2011. A retired environmental engineer, Soni has been studying the teachings of the ascended masters for 35 years and is a practitioner of the violet agni – a powerful spiritual energy to heal body, mind and soul. He has conducted workshops in Washington DC sharing the knowledge of the violet agni mantras, and how this gift of the Spirit for modern times can be used to change the negative conditions of our lives into joyful positive energy. People can use violet agni to transmute negative karma and bring healthy changes in all areas of human endeavour, whether personal or planetary in scope.
To put their words into practice, the Chananda Cultural Society is holding a transformative weekend seminar, ‘Experience the Light Within through the Blessings of the Violet Agni’, on September 14-15, 2013, from 9 am to 6pm, at the India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Under the parentage of the Summit University, USA, the seminar will be hosted by the representatives of Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Jaspal Soni and Stephen and Lois Drake. Elizabeth Clare Prophet, also known as Guru Ma (1939-2009), was an author, teacher and messenger of the ascended masters. Like her late husband, Mark L. Prophet, known as the ascended master Lanello, her calling was to be a prophet of God. She, along with Soni, Stephen and Loise comprise the core of the Chananda Cultural Society in India. They are joined by thousands of other students worldwide in seeking harmony and understanding of the mystical pursuit of reunion with God. The upcoming seminar will focus on topics like, ascended masters, the science of the spoken word as a powerful tool for spiritual enlightenment, the totality of your physical being, and the significance of violet agni in the present times.
For further information, please visit: www.chanandaculturalsociety.org
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