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Kabbalah Live! Rebecca Rosen

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Rebecca Rosen Talk DenverKabbalah Experience is pleased to announce the first speaker in the 3rd annual Kabbalah Live! Lecture Series: Rebecca Rosen, Spiritual Medium.  This event will take place next Thursday, November 3rd at 7:15 pm at the Eisenhower Chapel. Rebecca Rosen is a nationally acclaimed spiritual medium who uses her gift to bridge the gap between the living and the dead. Author of the best seller, Spirited, contributor to Oprah.com and featured guest on such shows as Nightline, she will share the moments that helped her recognize the life she was meant to live.

Everyone has them: aha moments, moments of clarity, of wisdom that they can use to change their lives. Kabbalistically these moments most likely occur when they are least expected, but needed the most. They can be eye opening, uplifting, intriguing and courageous.

Thursday, November 3, 2011 @ 7:15 pm: Rebecca Rosen, Spiritual Medium: “Listening to my Grandmother’s Message” At The Eisenhower Chapel, 293 Roslyn St. Individual lecture tickets are $36 for KE, JCC, Temple Sinai and HEA members, $44 for others.


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