People of all faiths are invited to a free Eckankar workshop, “Understanding Your Spiritual Experiences!” Oct. 19, Minneapolis Convention Center. Visitors can share and discover the reality of their spiritual experiences in a supportive environment.
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People of all faiths are invited to attend a complimentary workshop, “Understanding Your Spiritual Experiences!” Attendees will find a supportive environment to share and discover the deeper reality of their own spiritual experiences. Each will receive a free copy of “Spiritual Experiences Guidebook” by Harold Klemp. This workshop is held during the 2012 Eckankar Worldwide Seminar, Friday, October 19, 2012, 9:30 a.m. to noon, Room 101D, Level One, Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55403. Information about the three-day 2012 Eckankar Worldwide Seminar, held October 19–21, and complimentary guest events is available at www.ECKseminars.org.
“[Many people have] had some kind of extraordinary spiritual experience—going out of the body or something of this nature. . . . We’re here to give them a frame of reference about what this experience means.”
—Harold Klemp, spiritual leader of Eckankar
Harold Klemp, a pioneer in everyday spirituality, will give the keynote talk at this Eckankar seminar on Saturday evening.
“You walk the earth, seeking answers to explain your experience. . . . Each answer leads you on a little bit further; you get closer and closer.”
—Harold Klemp, the spiritual leader of Eckankar
In a 2009 Pew Research Center study, 49 percent reported they have had a religious or mystical experience. This free Eckankar workshop will give people ways to understand the purpose of their unexplained and profound mystical experiences.
Eckankar is a nonprofit religious organization and church with members in over one hundred countries. The spiritual home of Eckankar is the Temple of ECK in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Eckankar is not affiliated with any other religious group. Its purpose is to help individuals find their way back to God through direct, personal spiritual experiences. The word Eckankar means “Co-worker with God.” Eckankar teaches simple spiritual exercises, such as singing HU, to experience the Light and Sound of God and recognize the presence of the Holy Spirit. A modern-day religion with ancient roots, Eckankar was reintroduced in 1965. Sri Harold Klemp, the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master is the spiritual leader of Eckankar today.