Tao Chang Presentation with Master Carol & Master Shunya

Apr 13
10:00 am - 11:30 am (GMT -8:00)

Location
The Lodge at Tiburon
1651 Tiburon Blvd
Tiburon, California 94920, US

Honor Fee: Free
Information:
info@lovepeaceharmonycentersf.com
808-988-8090

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Tao Chang is a Source Field that is created by Tao Calligraphy. Tao Calligraphy is oneness writing that brings Source information, energy and matter into the souls, hearts, minds and bodies of those who practice with, or are blessed by, Tao Calligraphy. This can help us to transform.

Research is demonstrating the power and effectiveness of Tao Chang and Tao Calligraphy, and results are being presented at medical conferences and in medical journals. Many have shared remarkable healing stories and 1000s are practicing Tao Calligraphy and Tao Chang meditation regularly to benefit their life in numerous ways.

Master Sha has shared that:
Tao Calligraphy is the love art to transform all life.
Tao Chang is the love field that transforms all life.

We welcome you to join these sessions to experience the love and blessings.

Master Shunya Barton is a Certified Master Teacher of Tao Academy with more than 30 years of experience teaching about the spiritual journey. He studied with many spiritual masters before meeting Master Sha and dedicating himself to this mission. Currently the Lead Teacher at Master Sha Tao Center in San Francisco, California, he is known around the world for his sincere heart and ability to connect, with great compassion and love, to those on the spiritual path.

Master Shunya has survived more than thirty years with HIV/AIDS. His healing journey is an inspiration and his internet television show, Thriving with Chronic and Life-Threatening Conditions, helps others live happier, healthier lives. He is a favorite speaker at medical and nonprofit conferences, in between teaching Soulfulness. Before dedicating himself full-time to Universal Soul Service, Shunya was a nonprofit leader and organizational consultant for clients ranging from multi-nationals like 3M to local organizations like the Hawaii Department of Health.