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A Special Evening on Love, Sex, Romance & Enlightenment

Valentine Celebration
A Special Evening on Love, Sex, Romance & Enlightenment
Spiritual Teacher Andrew Cohen Interviewed by Sarah Rozenthuler

A Celebration of Love and Trust
This Valentine’s Day event will be a celebration of the power of Love and Trust in intimate relationships. We are all naturally intrigued by what makes sexual partnerships work, and are moved when we come upon examples of deeply meaningful and committed relationships, whether in our circle of friends, family or in popular culture.

Andrew Cohen in conversation with Sarah Rozenthuler
Spiritual educator, cultural critic and author of the bestselling book Evolutionary Enlightenment Andrew Cohen will be interviewed by organisational psychologist and author of Life Changing Conversations Sarah Rozenthuler. Cohen and Rozenthuler will explore issues that are fundamental to romance, love, sex and trust, and will uncover how intimate relationships can be underpinned by the inherent positivity, freedom and stability found in enlightenment.

Stay for dinner and a love potion!
Join us after the event for a delicious vegetarian Valentine’s Day dinner with candlelight and a love potion.


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Date and Time:

14 February 2013 at 7:00 pm


2 hours



13 Windsor Street
N1 8QG
020 7288 7000

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Event Prices: Early Bird to February 5th: £15.00 Full Price after February 5th: £18.00 Door Price: £

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Talk lasts 7pm - 9pm.

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