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At 2:29 on August 2, 2018, JAESUNG KIM said…

Hello,

Dear Nando,

I am a student of Dr. David Brazier in Korea and organizer of Korean ITZI. We welcome you join this summer workshops in Korea. Workshops are held 3 times. 

1st workshop : 30th July to 3rd August - 5days
Most Precious Relationship

2nd workshop: 6th August to 10th August - 5days
Entering the Cave of Vijñana

3rd workshop(master course): 13th to 16th August - 4days
Master Class

Workshops are held at Beobryeon-sa Buddhist Temple near by Gyeongbog palace.

If you want to contact with us, please call Jun, her phone number is 010-5616-4837. 

At 2:20 on August 2, 2018, David Brazier said…

My mistake - the workshops go on until 16th August this year.

At 11:39 on August 1, 2018, David Brazier said…

Hello. This set of workshops run until 14 August here is Seoul. If you could get here you could certainly join. The person to contact is Jaesung Kim

Hopefully I'll be back this time net year too. I'll run workshops wherever it is practical. Jaesung has done a great job organising all this.

At 16:17 on May 24, 2018, Nati said…
Que bien verte por aqui Nando!! Un fuerte abrazo...seguimos compartiendo aprendizaje:)

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