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KemeTones Cosmic Sound Healing demonstration

The Light Being Wellness Center will present Call to Consciousness: The Second Session, from 2 to 6 p.m., on August 24. Part one encompasses Sirius Awakening and KemeTones Correspondences for Cosmic Self-Care. Each one of these sessions is an introduction to Kemetic (ancient African Egyptian) spirituality, including the cosmic forces of nature, the ancestral forces/gods and goddesses, their myths, chants, and other correspondences, such as celestial (astronomy and astrology), tuning forks, chakras, herbs, crystals, stones and gems.

       Attendees will have the opportunity to receive a KemeTones Cosmic Sound Healing demonstration or even a mini-tune-up.

       Part two includes Modern Strategies for Countering Racism and a discussion of the first 20 pages of the United Compensatory Code, by Neely Fuller, Jr., available at ProduceJustice.com.

Buy tickets online at Sirius-Call-To-Consciousness-2.eventbrite.com or at door for $10. Location: 8008 S. Ellis Ave., Ste. 2, Chicago. For more information, call 773-571-1591 or visit tchiya.wordpress.com/2019/07/10/call-to-consciousness-1.

 

 

 

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