Internationally known energy healer and transformational catalyst Mas Sajady is returning to Lake Harriet Spiritual Community in April to present a seminar, “Power vs Force.” All proceeds will benefit the spiritual community.

The event will be from 7-9 p.m. Friday, April 26, at LHSC, 4401 Upton Ave. S., Minneapolis. For registration information, visit

This event focuses on the Exponential Intelligence transformational process, which is highly effective and very intense. Participants may find it severely challenging as old patterns shift. It requires absolute ownership and personal accountability.

Sajady was an ordinary computer programmer who survived two near-death experiences and emerged with extraordinary intuitive and healing capabilities stretching far beyond the physical realm. He has helped countless individuals around the world come into alignment with their true selves and achieve miraculous abundance in all areas of life. His free podcast, “Exponential Intelligence,” has over a million followers and has helped thousands around the world transform challenging situations in their personal and professional lives. His monthly 21-Day Medihealing® Program, described as “meditation on steroids” combining the power of meditation and healing, has been called “life shifting.”

“When you change your frequency, you change your life,” Sajady said. “When people are connected with their core energy at such a deep level, they can transform their lives dramatically and instantly.” Everyone is capable of achieving this on one’s own, but Sajady empowers people to connect with these higher energies faster and with more efficiency.

Sajady has been a featured speaker for health and wellness conferences and expos as well as facilitator for his own events throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Dubai and Europe, including Ireland, the UK and Paris.

To learn more about Mas Sajady and how he works, visit


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