Meant To Be: Understanding the Dynamic Fate and Free Will in Relationships

July 5, 2013, 3:09 pm


At NKPR, we’ve always looking out for interesting talks and speaking events, especially those that offer inspiration and guidance! What’s on our radar? Finding love and developing relationships…virtually everyone can relate to the emotional ups and downs associated with these wonderful yet complex journeys. The unpredictable nature of love often leaves us searching for answers…what is true love? Is my relationship build on fate or free-will? On July 16-30 from 7-8:30 ET, Carmen Harra will be presenting a 3-day online course aimed at exploring love and relationships in their many forms. Guided meditations, reflexive exercises and motivational talks by Carmen are woven into the series to create a dynamic, interactive experience. Intrigued?. We certainly are! Carmen is a real role model and an inspiring woman, with a background in psychology and multiple TV appearances on shows including The View, Today Show and Good Morning America. We’re huge fans of Carmen and we can’t wait to see what this course has to offer; you can purchase the series online and mp3 versions are available for later viewing!

Tell us: Is love based on fate, free-will or both? Tweet us at @natashankpr!



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