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Time Saturday, June 25 · 1:30pm – 6:00pm

Location ECO HARMONY HOLISTIC CENTER Blk 106 Aljunied Crescent

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There are 3 facilitators for the event.


Want to live happier and more sexy?

Dr. Vincent will share more about how to use the secret of future food science to reverse chronic illness, increase your energy level, mental concentration so that you look better and feels better. There will also be a live fun and tasty food demostration on how to prepare them.


She is our special guest from the United States. She is a qigong master who had been practising qigong for the last 30 years. She used qigong to cure herself of cancer many years ago and she has been using her craft to heal many other people. There will be a live practical qigong session and she will add how to combine qigong with spirituality to connect to our soul.

(3) DEKI SOH (B.F.R.P)

She is the first registered Bach Flower practitioner in Singapore. She will share the art of using medicine to enhance and rejuvenate our emotions. She will be teaching on how to use the Bach Flowers in our daily lives to achieve inner balance so we are able to understand ourselves better and eventually allowing our own healing.


There will be a 10% discount on all items for every purchase of $100 or more.


Tasty organic vegetarian food is availiable at the center at affordable price. Pre-order is required. Call the center to find out more.

Do not miss out this free practical workshop on the 25 June 2011


Topic: Basic Qigong For Self-Healing with Master Gayook Wong from U.S.A.
Location: The Wisdom Tree, 26A Pagoda St., Chinatown
Dates: 5/6/, 12/6, 19/6, 3/7, 10/7, 17/7, 24/7
Time: 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $40 pax/class; $140 pax/4 classes

Information and Registration:

Email to or call 6220 0166

Starting June 13, 2011, there’s an on-line movie featuring Thich Nhat Hahn, a Buddhist Monk who was exiled from Vietnam many decades ago.  I have attended three of his presentations in Pasadena, CA. In fact, he is due for another U.S. tour soon, so please be on the lookout for his schedule.

I found him to be one of the most humble of human beings, quiet in his delivery, yet straighforward in his words. When he was invited back to Vietnam several years ago, his disciples did not want him to go, for fear of his life. He decided to go anyway. Here is what I remember of his words about that trip:  The first presentation had only a few in the audience, most of them Communist officials. He started the presentation with saying that Buddhists don’t own property, they share everything in their community – THEY ARE TRUE COMMUNISTS!  By the time his talks came to an end several weeks later, there were thousands in the audience.

This quiet monk, in his 80’s (I believe), sitting on the cushions on stage, lights lowered, is one of the most powerful teachers I have yet to encounter. Above all, he showed me that power does not have to brash and aggressive, something that survivors of abuse, like myself, have encountered much of our lives.  

Power can be just as impactful, if not more so, in quiet subtle ways!

Please watch this movie and share this message with all you know:  

Thank you.

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