Mumbai: Asian Reincarnation and Theosophical Seminar (ARTS) took place at The Orchid- Five Star Ecotel Hotel and will continue till 13th September 2015. The ceremony witnessed dignitaries who participated in the seminar.
The Seminar was attended by Manish Paul, Priya Dutt, Pooja bedi ,Manish Paul , Aneel Murarka and Gurpreet kaur chadha
Spearheaded by Geeta Nirupam, she says “At ARTS we work towards creating an increased awareness and acceptance of reincarnation, regression therapy, related esoteric and spiritual sciences and complementary healing techniques as a valid form of healing along with related theosophical teachings among people in India and Asia” further adding “Spiritual sciences have helped countless people pull through some of the toughest periods of their lives and ARTS offers a platform to bring them together by creating an inter-connected portal of healing and spirituality”
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