Ross Bishop

About Life: A Workshop With Shaman Ross Bishop

Workshop Ross Bishop Annapolis September 2016

Why is your life the way it is? Few of us understand it nor what we can do about it.

 

In this workshop, we will gain an understanding of our problems, where they come from and why they are created. We will be given tools to help us be happier and to manage our lives more successfully. We’ll learn ways to deal with the disruptive inner voices that hold us back and keep us from really enjoying life.

 

Your life can take on a whole new perspective and purpose! Using these insights your life can truly be different.

 

Ross brings the wisdom of Shamanism into a form created to support the Western mind in accessing the powerful benefits of ancient traditions. In this workshop, he will share insights from years of helping people make profound changes in their lives. Ross is the author of four books on healing including Healing The Shadow, Truth, Journey to Enlightenment and his latest release, About Life.

 

Date: Saturday, September 16th Time: 9 AM - 4 PM

 

Location: Gampopa Center 918 Chesapeake Avenue, 2nd Floor, Annapolis, MD 21403

 

Cost: $160, Early Bird Reg. by 8/19 ~ $144

Gampopa Center Members Rate ~ $136

 

Register: https://aboutlifeworkshopsept2017.eventbrite.com

 

For additional information,

contact beth@bethterrence.com or 443-223-0848.

 

 

 

About Life

The book that explains why life is as it is. It provides an understanding of our problems, where they come from and why they are created. A down-to-earth, understandable guide as to why your life has happened as it did and what you can do to change it. Through this understanding your life takes on a whole new perspective and purpose! Using these insights your life can truly be different. . .

 

Written by one of the masters of modern shamanism, this book brings together knowledge and insights from years of helping people make profound changes in their lives.

 

For more info, events and excerpts from the book, click here.

  • By Ross Bishop
  • August 6, 2017

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