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Arbor Gallery 2018 Speaker Series: The Quantum Messenger explores the power of thought — March 17

The Arbor Gallery 2018 Speaker Series features a presentation by David Rawnsley, The Quantum Messenger, on Saturday March 17, at 7:30 at Arbor Gallery.

Rawnsley recently published a book entitled Intention and Influence – The Act of Making a Difference.

You really can influence the world with your intentions,” Rawnsley says.Quantum science is not something we should be afraid of. It’s telling us really good things about our spirituality and how we connect to the world.”

Rawnsley has explored the relationship between science and spirituality for over four decades. His mission is to “bring a greater understanding of the magic that quantum science reveals.”

Rawnsley, who lives just outside Williamstown, grew up in London, England. He moved to Canada in the 1970s and has been in Glengarry since 1980. For over 15 years, he’s been presenting workshops and seminars on subjects related to science and spirituality. He also facilitates the FORUM program at the Cornwall Public Library.

The presentation will take place as part of a series entitled “Interactive Talks with Interesting People”. Arbor Gallery is situated at 36 Home Avenue, Vankleek Hill, Admission is $10 per person and includes refreshments provided by Kottage Küche. For information, call 613-678-5086.

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