Transformation catalyst will help you be happier
experience better health, stronger relationships, be genuinely happier?
Simply being happy is what people really want, says Lake Oswego resident Sandi Serling. How to achieve that happiness has led her on a journey of discovery, connecting her with neuroscientists, philosophers, energy healers and doctors, and the wealth of knowledge all around them. As a result, she founded Activating Happy, an organization that seeks to connect curious thinkers with thought leaders in a variety of fields.
"We believe by sharing these ideas we can bring more happiness into the world," Serling said. To that end she has invited Mas Sajady, a transformation catalyst (who reignites stalled inner change) and healer to Lake Oswego from July 14-17. Sajady is a survivor of two near-death experiences and founder of Medihealing®, and he says his heightened awareness will transform the lives of audiences attending events to be held at Marylhurst University and Lake Theater & Cafe.
His website, mas-sajady.com, states that "no one has every left a Mas event the same person as they arrived."
Serling says that each day 744 people in the United States experience a near-death experience (NDE); they are a common experience.
Sajady said he feels he has been groomed to be a transformation catalyst all his life. He studied religions as a teenager, which left him with more unanswered questions.
"No one religion stood out as better than another," he said. "If religion wasn't the answer, perhaps it was wealth. But people had the same problems, the same emptiness. Maybe relationships were the key, but no. I kept looking for that one magic pill to life."
Sajady's first NDE occurred when he was in his 20s. His jaw was crushed in a warehouse accident. He recalls viewing his body from above, and realized his spirit and body were separated.
"It was the most beautiful experience," he said. "I got to see what I was looking for — my true essence."
He says that he saw a flash of light and experienced feelings of great beauty and joy. He says he awakened from this NDE with a heightened awareness and an ability to see visions of the future.
Sajady said his second NDE occurred in 2006 while on a river rafting trip with his family.
He was forcefully pulled in an underwater cavern, pinned under the water surface for more than eight minutes. After fighting to escape he eventually was outside his body, ascending into a higher realm of consciousness where he experienced being limitless.
As a result of his two NDEs, Sajady says he has the ability to see unexplained frequencies around everything and everyone. He says he has also discovered he has the ability to shift a person's blocked energy, clearing a path for positive tangible results in all areas of their life. That's what a transformation catalyst does.
He explains that what we experience in life is the accumulation of every experience we have had.
"I help people edit their history," he says. "Negative events distort how you see life. So if I remove the filter caused by the events your present life will be seen from a different perspective. You see it as a growing experience. Your future possibilities will open up. That's how you improve your life. You remove the lens of life events and see the possibilities."
The public is invited to experience Sajady's abilities at a series of events being held in Lake Oswego July 14, 15, and 16, and one in Portland July 17. Events include:Exponential Intelligence: Know/Heal Yourself, from 7-9 p.m. July 14 at Marylhurst University. Cost is $20. Supporting Teens Experiencing Depression, from 1-2 p.m. July 15 at Lake Theater & Cafe. This is a free program.
n 50 Shades of Great Relationships, from 3-6 p.m. July 15 at Lake Theater & Cafe. Registration fee is $100 per person.Relationships After Dark, from 7-9 p.m. July 15 at Oswego Heritage House, 398 10th St., Lake Oswego. This event continues the conversation from 50 Shades of Great Relationships. Cost is $300. Industrial Strength Group Healings, from 9 a.m.-noon July 16 at Oswego Heritage House. Three groups of 12 will be conducted. Cost is $150 per person. Change Your Frequency, Change Your Life, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. July 17 at New Renaissance Bookshop, 1338 N.W. 23rd Ave., Portland. Cost is $25.
Sajady believes there is "no chance meeting."
"If something is stirring within you, then join Mas," reads the website. "Feel the frequency and discover the truth about yourself. Although the results are tangible and at times seemingly unbelievable, Mas doesn't heal you. He helps you awaken your own abilities to heal yourself and transform your own life."
Get complete details and register for these seminars online at mas-sajady.com/events/2017/7/14/mas-sajady-live-portland-or at www.activatinghappy.com.