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Spiritual Counselor Starts Online Reading Group

Janet Myatt

Janet Myatt

Join spiritual counselor Janet Myatt for a new, no-cost, online, spiritual studies reading group that meets from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. PT on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Participants read at their own pace and come to meetings prepared to discuss specific topics from the book. The group is currently reading Esoteric Psychology I, by Alice Bailey.

“I’m passionate about getting the word out about these phenomenal books,” says Myatt. “They have worked in a powerfully catalytic way in my life. New levels of awareness have opened up for me seemingly by osmosis just from reading the material and putting the practices to use.”

Myatt is a teacher, healer and licensed minister. Her training includes a master’s degree in psychology, 30 years of extensive spiritual studies, and 10 years of advanced training at an awareness institute specializing in healing and strengthening the mind/body connection.

For more information, visit JanetMyatt.com.

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