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Sneak Preview of Carnegie Hall Concert and Sacred Love Life and Relationships Workshop
September 22, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sneak Preview of Carnegie Hall Concert and Sacred Love Life and Relationships Workshopw/Michel Pascal
Date: Friday, September 22nd, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Cost: $25 Prepay/$30 at the door*
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A private evening with Michel Pascal and a sneak preview concert of his upcoming Carnegie Hall performance in New York City on October 17, 2017. Michel’s one-of-a-kind high tenor voice is his medicine delivered through a high-impact multisensory concert experience. Through his song and spoken word, he teaches his revolutionary 1-Minute Meditation for Daily Stress – a simple method that he has taught at Harvard, Google and worldwide. This “anti-meditation” method teaches us how to break our addiction to stress chemicals through neuroscience & Buddhism.
Michel’s workshop – Sacred Love: The Missing Key in Life & Relationships, defines why most couples divorce and why being single is so difficult. Michel explores sacred love as our essential spiritual dimension and teaches how to rekindle our relationships, sanctify our daily interactions and practically nurture the Soul of our loved ones.
Link to YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANeN2qeD32M
A short bio of presenter:
Michel Pascal is a French author, meditation teacher, singer, filmmaker and photographer. Michel’s unique brand of meditation is being practiced at Google, Harvard University and many other major organizations. He performs twice a year at Carnegie Hall in NYC, sharing his truly unique celestial high tenor singing voice and multisensory immersive experiences to benefit cancer survivors. Before moving to the United States, Pascal lived in the Kopan Monastery in the Himalayas in dedicated study under the renowned Buddhist master Chepa Dorje Rinpoche. He has spent more than 15 years adapting traditional teachings and practices for students around the world. Michel authored 20 books including one co-written with the Dalai Lama.