THE NEXT GLOW WEBINARS

Upcoming GLOW Webinar

22nd February 2020

Role of the Guide in one’s spiritual path for personal transformation and evolution

7:00 PM IST, 8:30 AM EST, 1:30 PM GMT

Mirabai Bush

Webinar Details

GLOW stands for ‘Genuine Loving Outstanding Women’, and is a series of monthly online workshops for women, who can login from any corner of the world, learn and practice Heartfulness meditation in the comfort of their homes or their workplace.

Each webinar will also feature an expert speaker, chosen from women who are outstanding in their fields, and are influencers and change makers.

The introductory meditation workshops through webinars for women, every month will be followed up through fortnightly webinars, and those women who prefer personal interaction would get to interact with a Heartfulness Trainer one-on-one by request. Please write to glow@heartfulness.org for more information.

 

Our Host

Purnima Ramakrishnan

Purnima is a UN award winning writer and blogger. She is the editor of World Moms Network, a website for women featuring writers from 30 countries. She is a practitioner and trainer of Heartfulness Meditation, and through this has found balance, peace and contentment in her everyday life.

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