Reader's Conference with Vladimir Megre in Helsinki, Finland, 29.8.2015 02.03.2015 02:04:00

Megre-Helsinki_ENGReader's Conference with Vladimir Megre, known for his Anastasia - books, at the Helsinki Hall of Culture 29.8.2015.



Vladimir Megre, the Gusi Peace Prize Laureate 2011, will be the main speaker at the LONG LIVE CREATIVITY-event. His Anastasia book series have touched millions of people around the world and awakened many to discover their possibilities to create a more purposeful and balanced life.

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The books of Vladimir Megre have been translated to over 20 languages and an astonishing amount of over 12 million books are sold. His production has become one of the phenomenons of our time, speaking to nations over all borders.

The dream of Megre: ”Let goodness win on earth” becomes a truth for each individual reader's personal awakening and life choices.

The visit of Megre is long-awaited and this opportunity might be a one of a kind experience. Megre travels widely meeting his readers in various conferences all around the world, and the guest list is very long.

In the LONG LIVE CREATIVITY-event in autumn Megre speaks about his encounters with the mystical Anastasia, who represents a thousands of years old ancient culture. These ancient wisdoms, though very applicable to the world of today, have effected the lives of millions of people around the world.

Megre is a brave soul, who has dared to question the rationality and meaningfulness of the prevalent belief systems and life styles. He now wishes to share the vision of Anastasia with the world: the vision of mans capability to create with the power thought energy and to be released from old belief systems which have kept mankind asleep for a long time.

LONG LIVE CREATIVITY-event also has other speakers and doers, who all inspire and motivate the audience with their own presentations. This event is a real Light Event, as well as an experience that touches all friends of culture, truth and peace.

The event will have a Finnish interpretation.