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Teachers of God Foundation to Launch 40-Day Online Program for Transformation on May 1, 2013
Date:3/30/2013

Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 30, 2013

The Teachers of God Foundation announced today that May 1, 2013 marks the beginning date of their first online course. It is a 40-Day Transformation Program that is a free, online, interactive experience found on http://www.teachersofgod.org

The Teachers of God Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support, encourage, and inspire individuals in their awakening and to be a light in this world. This program is an opportunity for people to undergo a transformation from fear to love and grasp what it is like to live in Divine Grace. A series of workshops and online courses to assist people in their awakening will be presented throughout the year.

To join the program, interested participants may register now for the six-week course on the http://www.teachersofgod.org. website. In addition, participants will receive 40-Days of emails and a daily audio from Lisa Natoli, author of the book Gorgeous for God: Awakening through A Course in Miracles and the co-founder of the Teachers of God Foundation.

Lisa Natoli, the creator of the 40-Day Program, says, “After years of seeking and not finding, I discovered there is a simple way to be happy, to live in peace, purpose, joy and abundance. The simple lessons I learned are contained in this 40-Day Program. The resulting miracles are amazing. Learning to BE STILL AND MAKE ROOM FOR GOD is one of the most important practices you will learn from this 40-Day Program. The first initial exercise of writing in a notebook or journal every day is a technique to begin to train you to begin to sit still, find your center, quiet your mind, and get to know yourself and as well as your inner Guide."

Those who register through the 40-Day Transformation Facebook page will
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