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M. Lyn Johnson
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  • Pueblo, CO
  • United States
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M. Lyn Johnson left a comment for Trey Carland
"Hi Trey - thank you for the friendship - I live in Colorado, but I plan to visit NC soon.  Many Blessings."
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"Hey Lyn,Welcome to the group.  InJoy, Trey"
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Cullen Anderson left a comment for M. Lyn Johnson
"I look forward to meeting you in April Lyn!"
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Weekend Of Freedom Retreat at Art Of Living Center

October 5, 2017 at 6pm to October 8, 2017 at 7pm
Join Dov Fishman, John Mark Stroud, Dr John Mundy, Regine Dawn Akers, Maureen Muldoon, Jennifer Hadley, Lorri Coburn and Donna Marie Cary for a Weekend Of Freedom at the beautiful "Art Of Living" retreat center in Boone. October 5-8, 2017.Registration: https://artoflivingretreatcenter.secure.retreat.guru/program/weekend-of-freedom-retreat/?form=1See More
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M. Lyn Johnson left a comment for Cullen Anderson
"Thank you for the welcome Cullen - I will probably be seeing you in April with David Fishman. "
Mar 4
Cullen Anderson left a comment for M. Lyn Johnson
"Lyn, welcome!"
Mar 4
M. Lyn Johnson is now a member of Asheville Sangha
Mar 4

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About Me
Oneness Blessing Deeksha Giver - Devoted servant to the One. I operate a small internet radio program that runs 24/7 - representing the Wholeness of All and the Voice of the Universal Mind. www.ACIMGather.com
Favorite Quote(s)
“If you pour a cup of tea, you are aware of extending your arm and touching your hand to the teapot, lifting it and pouring the water. Finally the water touches your teacup and fills it, and you stop pouring and put the teapot down precisely, as in the Japanese tea ceremony. You become aware that each precise movement has dignity. We have long forgotten that activities can be simple and precise. Every act of our lives can contain simplicity and precision and can thus have tremendous beauty and dignity.”
― Chögyam Trungpa, Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism
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At 4:14pm on March 4, 2017, Cullen Anderson said…

Lyn, welcome!

At 5:38pm on March 4, 2017, Cullen Anderson said…

I look forward to meeting you in April Lyn!

At 6:50pm on March 4, 2017, Trey Carland said…

Hey Lyn,
Welcome to the group. 

InJoy,

Trey

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