Moving From Integration To Manifestation

February 11, 2024 @ 10:30AM — 11:30AM Mountain Time (US & Canada)

Althea Center for Engaged Spirituality: 1400 N Williams St Denver, CO 80218 Get Directions

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Moving From Integration To Manifestation with Temple Hayes

Temple Hayes will share life lessons working with the teachings of New Thought. Now more than ever before, manifesting is easier because truth students evolve rather than stagnate to current conditions or challenges. We are intelligent beings and though we do not deny a changing world, we rise to the place of integrating that which we know and are role models and difference makers.

All are welcome!

If you are unable to physically attend, we will also live-stream our gathering on our Facebook page starting at 10:30am MT. Make sure you turn on notifications for Althea on Facebook so you can be notified as soon as we go live. During the gathering, we invite you to submit your prayers, comments, and feedback.

Featured Speaker: Temple Hayes

Temple Hayes is an electrifying magnet who lifts, magnifies and resurrects her audiences with a profound way of living and working with natural laws. From keynotes to Carnegie Hall to a film seeking people to see the seriousness of suicide with Deepak Chopra to key narrative of Yogananda by Michel Pascal, Temple Hayes is a force. She awakens the aspects of ourselves which have died energetically through challenge, heartache and simply being human to a new elevated awareness of how to live forever young and embrace the original purpose of our natural birthright.

Temple authored the following books: “The Right to Be You,” “How to Speak Unity,” and “When Did You Die?”. She is a contributing author to the inspiring book “Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy”, “Mayhem to Miracles” and “Meditation” by Sacred Publishing. \She also shares inspiration with her listeners on her podcast “The Intentional Spirit”.

Featured Musician: Gonzalo Teppa

Gonzalo is a Jazz / Classical Musician, Bass player Composer, Educator, and 2 time Latin Grammy Nominee for “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album” and “Best Latin Jazz Album”, for work on the recordings “Tiempo” by Linda Briceño; and “3rd Element” by Luisito Quintero. He was named “Best Jazz Soloist” by Downbeat Magazine in 2004, 2005, and 2006.

He received “Best Jazz Soloist” award at the Greeley Jazz Festival in 2004 and 2005., and has performed with: Wynton Marsalis, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Matt Wilson, Ed Simon, Chris Potter, Tom Harrell, Ron Miles, Art Lande, Slide Hampton, Don Byron, Jeremy Pelt, Ben Goldberg, and others.

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