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‘Authentic Conscious Relationship’ Workshop

June 8, 2017, 10:40 AM HST
* Updated June 8, 10:42 AM
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Unconditional Loving Life Coach Davina Mar will hold “Workshop: Authentic Conscious Relationship (How to Find and Be in One)” on Saturday, June 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the New Thought Center of Hawaii in Kealakekua.

“In our love life, many of us are frustrated, tired of games and wasting time,” Mar said. Many think they will “never meeting the right one, are worried what to say, sick of feeling alone, believe we can’t be ourself, afraid to commit, wondering what to do… anxious, jealous, or sad when see happy couples, thinking all the good ones are taken…”

If you are ready to look at the beauty and purpose of relationship and want to have a deeper understanding of how to find partnership, Mar invites you to attend this workshop.

“The process is meant to be fun and rewarding… it’s all about our understanding of it,” said Mar.

In this workshop, you will be drilling down on the “you” in the equation, looking for the patterns as to why you have attracted the same kind of people over and over again, Mar said. You will be doing exercises to see yourself more clearly and will learn to make new choices by seeing your patterns from the past, what to look for, and what questions to ask.

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“You will be able to eventually rule someone out in the first half-hour of a meet-and-greet,” said Mar. “If you are serious about having loving partnership in your life, take this class.”

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There will be a lunch break around noon; bring your own or go out.

Ten people will be able to attend this class. Register and pay online.

The New Thought Center is located at 81-6587 Māmalahoa Highway.

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