Climb the stairway to heaven

Retired high school teacher Jack Miller says he is starting to teach "from the inside out instead of the outside in.

Retired high school teacher Jack Miller says he is starting to teach “from the inside out instead of the outside in.

He is offering a one-day workshop titled Heaven is Only a Thought Away this Saturday at the house right beside the little red church in Comox. Admission is by donation.

Judgment, guilt, blame, sacrifice, victim, shame, rejection, conflict — have any one or more of these sent you reeling and feeling like you were in hell instead of living in heaven? Do you listen to your thoughts so vigilantly that you are letting go of all the negative ones in every moment?

Come to this friendship workshop to continue to “climb the stairway to heaven” as you abolish and reprogram these type of thoughts and clear out and heal any related buried feeling(s).

Benefits you can receive are:

• Developing a greater awareness of how you attack yourself;

• Healing many of your self/other/heaven attack issues;

• Strengthening your connection with your higher power;

• Feeling a fuller sense of your own true being;

• Giving your inner joy its real freedom.

The workshop runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the house right next door to the Little Red Church (2182 Comox Ave.). It  can be reached by driving into the parking lot or turning left into the parking lot off Alpine Street at the first house on your left if you are coming up from Comox Avenue.

If you would like to pre-register or have any other questions, phone 250-871-1745, otherwise you are welcome to show up at the door.

— Jack Miller

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