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SEE Week: The 12 Powers with Paul Hasselbeck
August 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
An event every day that begins at 6:30 pm, repeating until August 14, 2020
SEE Week Class:
The 12 Powers – PowerUP Your Life!
With Paul Hasselbeck
August 10th – 14th
6:30 – 8:30 PM
$30 per class / $120 for the full series
Eligible for SEE Credit – must take full series to receive credit
Learn all about the Twelve Powers – or, our innate accelerated abilities. What are they? How can you use them to power up your life? These are specific tools intended to up-level your consciousness and skillfully meet the ups and downs of life. This course is offered for credit with Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute toward their Spiritual Development program as well as being a prerequisite for the Licensed Unity Teacher program and becoming a Unity minister.
All are welcome to join this fantastic workshop – sign up today!
About Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck
Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck is one of Unity’s leading Metaphysics authorities and has had a major role in bringing Unity’s Metaphysics into the 21st century. With a genuine passion for clarity, precision, and making Unity teachings accessible, Paul guides students to awaken awareness and deepen their understanding. He is well-versed in the published and unpublished writings of Myrtle and Charles Fillmore. Paul teaches and speaks around the United States as well as well as internationally.
He has served as an adjunct faculty member of Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute; teaches for Unity School of Christianity of Great Britain, New Zealand, and Australia and was a full-time faculty member for Unity Institute; Dean of the Spiritual Education and Enrichment program for Unity Institute; retreat minister for Unity Village and Minister of Pastoral Care and Prayer for Unity Church of Overland Park, Kansas.
Paul has a website, a podcast found at metaphysicalromp2.com or on popular podcast sites, and has written or co-written 9 books. His most recent book is Use the Truth You Know: Unity’s Principles and Premises.