“Spiritual enlightenment and illumination come as we have contact with the Light and Sound of God. Sing HU, and you will find the Light and Sound within you.”
—Harold Klemp, The Sound of Soul, p. 26
You are warmly invited to the illuminating experience of the 2019 ECK Springtime Seminar, a three-day seminar, April 19–21, 2019, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
An ECK seminar is a celebration of like-minded people, each taking the next step in their personal spiritual journey. Enjoy a wide variety of roundtable discussions, dynamic workshops, insightful talks, and original creative arts performances, as you focus on the miracles of Divine Spirit in your life and explore the ancient spiritual principles and tools of the teachings of Eckankar.
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and enjoy a “front-row seat” at a major Eckankar seminar. This slide show celebrates the 2017 ECK Worldwide Seminar, presented by Eckankar, the Path of Spiritual Freedom.
Some of the highlights of the upcoming seminar include:
Inspiring workshops, including “Unlocking the Spiritual Truth in Your Dreams,” “The Path to Self-Realization: A Look into the Mirror,” and “How to Create a Wonderful Life—Here and Now.”
Special events for those new to Eckankar, including a workshop and discussion titled “The Call of Soul.” Explore your own experiences, and ask questions about the spiritual teachings of Eckankar in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The opportunity to tour the beautiful Temple of ECK, walk the contemplation trails, and attend special Temple events on Thursday.
Creative and fun spiritual programs for families and youth ages 5–17, as well as a Parent Room for those with children under 5.
The main highlight of the seminar is the Saturday-evening talk and down-to-earth wisdom of Sri Harold Klemp, the spiritual teacher, guide, and leader of Eckankar, also known as the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master. Recognized as a pioneer of “everyday spirituality,” Sri Harold Klemp is known for his sense of humor, parables, and practical approach to the spiritual life.
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Hope you can come!