‘Four Agreements’ author, son host presentation
September 25, 2013
On Tuesday, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. will be in Nevada City to share Toltec Wisdom from his new book, "The Five Levels of Attachment." His father, don Miguel Ruiz Sr., will attend through live video feed, with his message on "The New Agreements."
Don Miguel Sr., is an international best-selling author of a series of books, including "The Four Agreements," which has been the New York Times bestseller list for seven years. He has dedicated his life to sharing the wisdom of the ancient Toltec through outreach.
His son, a Nagual and Toltec Master of Transformation, started his apprenticeship at age 14 by transcribing wisdom teachings for his grandmother for more than a decade. Miguel Jr. is a direct descendent of the Toltecs of the Eagle Knight lineage. By combining the wisdom of his family's traditions with the knowledge gained from his own journey, he now helps others realize their own path to personal freedom, according to his bio.
Tuesday's talk, which begins at 7 p.m., is sponsored by Gold Country Source Center, Raw Spirit and Blissology University. Tickets are $25 in advance, $40 at the door or $15 for students with ID. There are also $35 VIP seats available which includes a private reception before Miguel Ruiz Jr., appearance at Yuba River Charter School. Tickets can be purchased at BriarPatch Co-op, Harmony Books in Nevada City or online at http://ICResource.com/ruiznevadacity.
This presentation will also benefit Yuba River Charter School, where the event takes place,at 505 Main St. in Nevada City.
For information, go to http://GoldCountrySource Center.com.
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