Who Is Max Christensen?

Max Christensen is a treasure. A world treasure. An energy treasure. Max is a teacher of teachers.

Max is one of the most important people I’ve spent time with in my life. Anything I can say about him will not express deeply enough or accurately enough who he is. When you meet him, you’ll know what I mean.

Max Christensen is coming to Asheville for the first time June 7, 8 and 9. The evening of June 7th will be a free lecture in Asheville (location to be determined, if you know a large, free place let me know).

On June 8 and 9 (Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 2 pm each day) he’s doing a Kunlun seminar at the Crowne Plaza Resort in Asheville. Go to the WEBSITE for full seminar details and more about the practice of Kunlun.

You can read Max’s bio HERE. In recent years, he’s been working mostly in the West, so his trip to this area is not to be missed. Please tell your Midwest and East Coast friends, and teachers of martial arts, energy work, healing techniques and so on.

Max is a teacher of many ancient energy practices, including Kunlun, a system he created which allows a practitioner to awaken themselves through their own efforts, designed to build the practitioner’s character and bring forth a person who could then assist in the growth of others.

Check this out for yourself and please think of others and pass it to them as well. Thank you so much.

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