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The Call of Soul

Many have experienced the gnawing feeling that there is more to life. It is often described as an inner push to discover something real, something true, something spiritual. Those who embrace the teachings of Eckankar understand this as “the call of Soul”. To learn more, all heart-minded, truth seekers are invited to attend The Call of Soul, a spiritual discussion held weekly from 6:30-7:30 p.m., beginning April 3, in Clinton. There are three sessions in the series, and each is free to attend.

         The teachings of Eckankar share the knowledge that Soul is a divine spark of God on a homeward bound journey of Self- and God-realization. Come experience spiritual exercises to open the heart to even more divine love and insights.

Location:  Hunterdon County Library North Branch, 65 Halstead St., Clinton. Series is facilitated by Eckankar, the Path of Spiritual Freedom. For more information call 800-870-9139. Eckankar-NJ.org.

 

 

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