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Toltec Rituals to Reclaim Life

Toltec Rituals to Reclaim Life
With spiritual leader, Armando Cruz Sanchez

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Join us at the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden on Sunday, October 20 from 11AM to 4PM as the Garden welcomes Toltec Spiritual Leader, Armando Cruz Sanchez, from Oaxaca Mexico for a one-day experiential workshop. This is a unique opportunity to meet and work intimately with a Toltec Wisdom Carrier. During the workshop we will practice individual and group rituals for cleansing, union, expansion of awareness, reclaiming life, and giving thanks. Among many other topics, participants will learn to tap into their perceptive power and learn to direct their energy to manifest their truest desires. This is a unique opportunity to meet and work with this spiritual guide as he visits from Mexico. Vegan small bites and refreshments provided. Please bring a lunch. Program sponsored by Aurora Adventures, LLC.

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This intimate offering is open to the public. Ticket Price is $60 for Garden Members and $70 for public. A sliding-scale is available if needed. Workshop is limited to 25 people.
Pre-registration required. For more information contact, and to register, click the button below.

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Armando Cruz Sanchez has been working for the last 30 years with individuals and groups in the field of personal and spiritual development, using Toltec methods to expand awareness. He lived and studied with the surviving Toltecs, the Wirraritari (Huichol People). The Nahual people, the Lacandon tribes in Chiapas, the Quechuas in Peru and the Maya in Guatemala. He is recognized as a Spiritual Leader in all these places.

Armando will be accompanied by his wife, Maria Ines Correa, who also carries the Toltec traditions with holistic therapies. Maria Ines Correa has twenty years of experience working in the field of community social work and human development, with particular emphasis on education in family life. A graduate in social work, her professional background includes training in holistic therapies, Jungian psychology, bioenergetics and Toltec tradition.

Earlier Event: October 19
Fall Audubon Bird Walk
Later Event: October 25
Herbal Medicines for Cough and Cold