Dunedin Spiritual Experiences Guidebook Class

This free three week class on Spiritual Experiences will offer techniques to help you remember your dreams and connect more deeply with your higher self. It is an opportunity for people of any belief or background to gain more insight on spirituality, connect with like-minded people, and learn new and advanced ways for exploring their inner worlds. Read More . . .

Attendees receive a FREE Spiritual Experiences Guidebook and CD.

For details of the next class near you, contact: Daffodil (03) 488-1405

SEGB copy

Join our Meetup group for an open-hearted sharing of spiritual experiences.

Dunedin Community HU Song

Come join us for a Community HU Song to find more peace and to connect with the divine.

When: Third Sunday of every month, 11:15 am to 11:45 am

Where:  Brian Arnold Room, Dunedin Community House, Corner of Moray Place and Gt King St. Entrance via glass-doors from car park at George St end of building.

More Info: HU Songs

Contact: (Daffodil) (03) 488-1405

All Welcome.

Dunedin- Southland Contacts

 

Dunedin:       (03) 488-1405 (Daffodil)

Invercargill:  (03) 973-0225 or 021-557-423 (Robyn)

Oamaru:       (03) 434-6734 (Lanie)

Wanaka:       (03) 443-7388 (Lyn)


Lower South Island:

Other areas:   (03) 488-1405 Daffodil

 

Free Phone:    0508 LOVE GOD (0508-5683-463).

Post:               P.O.Box 6500, Marion Square, Wellington.

For free introductory information:

        Phone:  0508 LOVE GOD (0508-5683-463)

        Post:      P.O.Box 6500, Marion Square, Wellington.

Dunedin Books and Library

Local sources for Eckankar books, CD’s and tapes

ECK Library: Books, audio tapes, videos, and CD’s available for loan at $3 per month.

Open 15 minutes before and after public events.

Items can also be posted to you. Phone Daffodil (03) 488-1405

ECK Bookstore: Books, audio tapes and CD’s available for purchase.

Open 15 minutes before and after public events.

HU Song CD’s available for purchase.

Online Bookstore: Visit at ECK Books

Public Library: Books are available in most public libraries.

Free: Introductory books and materials