Experience the profound exploration of death, not as an end, but as an intriguing transition, drawing from the wisdom of Kahlil Gibran: “For life and death are one”.

We invite you to an extraordinary journey guided by Martin Nathanael, a seasoned OneSpirit Minister with an impressive 40 years of experience in meditation and spiritual mentorship noted for his profound understanding, having touched the realm beyond through his near-death encounters.

Delve into unique practices of meditation and spiritual traditions. Decode life’s multi-staged path, and understand the sanctity of life’s journey in a consecrated sanctuary.

Seize this singular opportunity to dissolve boundaries and revel in the essence of infinite interconnectedness.

Date: Saturday, 21st October 2023, from 11:00am to 5:00pm

Venue: Essex Church, 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, Notting Hill Gate, London, W8 4RT.

Participation Rates

  • £68 for ROSIM or OneSpirit students
  • £85 for Non-ROSIM attendees.

This profound encounter welcomes everyone, regardless of spiritual capabilities or backgrounds. Learn more or sign up!

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