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WHAT’S NEW? Business Freedom Summit

I’m very excited to be part of the “The Business Freedom Summit.”  Host Barbera Aimes has pulled together over 20 of the world’s leading Lifestyle Experts for this 100% FREE transformational virtual event. Myself and the other experts on the panel will be divulging secrets like:

  • How to use the power of leverage to multiply your income (without multiplying your work).
  • The #1 secret to true financial wealth that every one of these panel experts have used to build their business and explode their profits. (HINT: It has nothing to do with working harder…)
  • What the “laptop lifestyle” really means … and how you can purposefully design your very own lifestyle business that exceeds your income goals.
  • And much, much more!

And here’s the best part: You can listen to this event from the comfort of your own home without having to pay a dime.

So what are you waiting for? Reserve your spot now by clicking on this registration link:  bit.ly/barberasummit

Blessings and love, Sheri Rosenthal xox


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Mastering the Tao Nature Within: Wudang Mountain, China
Nov 30–Dec 12, 2015 – LAST CALL!

wudang-chinaJoin Terry Hodgkinson for a very special and unusual journey to China where you will be learning Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation from the Chinese Taoist Masters. Spend your days learning from the most prestigious Chinese Taoists how to attain the perfect balance between yourself and nature, and then put those teachings into practice to feel the most alive you have ever felt.

Wudang is located in Central China’s Hubei Province and this location houses thousands of years of Taoist practice. The atmosphere is ripe with Tao and finding your inner Tao is easily grasped in a place with so much support. The complex was designed to fit the Taoist principle of harmony between man and nature. Magnificent buildings are cited as a museum of ancient Chinese design and thought and are located all over the mountain. There are more than 2,000 Palaces and Temples, making this complex the world’s largest Taoist center.

The trip is all-inclusive, a 13 day adventure to the other side of the world where all accommodations, meals, and inter-Asian travel will be booked for you as you learn from the most prestigious spiritual leaders in the Eastern World. Trip cost: $2697 USD – most meals included.

Details for China on Terry’s website!


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Making Sense of a World That’s Lost it’s Mind

earth2It hasn’t been a great week for humanity and planet earth. Yet again we’ve had to deal with the effects of terrorism, extremism, and how to deal with people who can only hate rather than find the divine in others. 

Whereas my judgmental ego-mind wants to blow these terrorists off the face of the earth – the spiritually-minded part of me recognizes that is what happens when you use aggression on people – it comes back to you in ways that you often haven’t planned for.

I’ve never seen a good war – or one that had the “loser” feeling happy or appreciative. All it does is make the survivors angry and want revenge. Anger begets anger, hate begets hate, terror begets terror.

It takes a high level of consciousness on the part of the loser to want reconciliation rather than revenge – and in today’s circumstances that is not likely to happen.

night-skyI have many Muslim friends and they will tell you that their religion is about love, and I agree. Christianity is about love too and their past is filled with violence (like during the Crusades). Every other religion has also had it’s share of not very loving actions too. We can use any system, however lofty, to justify hurting others who don’t agree with what we believe.

**Ghandi justified violence in certain exceptional circumstances. The Dalai Lama does not support violence in any circumstance.

Although Ghandi and the Dalai Lama belong to two powerful faiths, Jainism and Buddhism respectively, which originated around the same time (Mahavir, who was more or less the Buddha’s contemporary, founded Jainism, whose core principle is extreme nonviolence), neither chose to turn his faith into a political weapon to sway public opinion. In many ways, however, the Dalai Lama can be considered Ghandi’s successor insomuch as both represented an unconventional moral force.

“I sincerely believe that tolerance, compassion, and nonviolence eventually prevail,” the Dalai Lama

I sure hope the Ghandi and Dalai Lama is right. I know I don’t have the answers to any of the insanity that we are experiencing in this lifetime. I also know that it’s a waste of time to try to make sense of what is insane. All I can do for now is to do my best to keep my heart open, and I hope you can do the same.

Blessings & love, Sheri

**Quote from Dalai Lama: Man Monk Mystic by Mayank Chhaya

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Spiritual Journey to NepalMastering the Tao Nature Within
Wudang Mountain, China
Trip Leader: Terry Hodgkinson
Nov 30–Dec 12, 2015

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