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Meditation master coming to Cameron Park

Davidji, best-selling author, meditation master, and dean at the (Deepak) Chopra Center, will “Awaken the Divine Within” in a Meditation and Mindfulness Workshop on Jan. 11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Spiritual Center for Positive Living  in Cameron Park.

This workshop will help people to discover how to practically apply ancient wisdom in their lives to restore balance, promote emotional and physical healing, and create greater joy and fulfillment.

Davidji has taught thousands how to achieve personal transformation through meditative practices. He is the author of several books, including his newly released “Secrets of Meditation: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace & Personal Transformation,” which quickly became an Amazon bestseller. He has created hundreds of visualizations, meditations and online spiritual journeys, including his highly acclaimed CD collection, “davidji Guided Meditations: Fill What is Empty; Empty What is Full.” His radio show, “LIVE from the SweetSpot,” airs weekly on Hay House Radio.

It is anticipated this event will sell out given the international acclaim and unique El Dorado County appearance by such an accomplished speaker and teacher as davidji. Tickets are $120.

As part of SCPL’s ongoing tithing program, El Dorado County Habitat for Humanity has been chosen as the local non-profit to benefit from a portion of proceeds of this event.

Participants in the davidji meditation event are asked to bring a lunch or anticipate dining out. Tickets are available online at  scpositiveliving.com/Davidji.html or at SCPL.

For more information on this and other events, classes and trainings e-mail [email protected], visit scpositiveliving.com or call (530) 677-2300.

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