The Spiritual Technology of David Sereda | Richard Sacks
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 3/25/18
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Recently one of our Club members (http://www.lostartsradio.com/club) asked me if I would say something about the technology developed by David Sereda (http://www.davidsereda.net). I said I was not personally familiar with these tools and went to David's site to see what I could learn. The array of beautiful and interesting frequency-based products for sale on the site was impressive and made me curious to know more about them and their inventor. So I contacted David Sereda himself, and he graciously agreed to come on the Sunday show to tell us about his background, what led him to create these frequency tools, and how they can help those who use them.
David has a long background in both physics and spiritual explorations, having begun meditation work over 40 years ago and studied with spiritual masters and advanced teachers of science, in route to merging these understandings together in the form of the tools he now produces. His technological creations offer both spiritual and physical benefits to those who learn to use them.
Ken Rohla, a frequent guest on Lost Arts Radio, has said that David Sereda is "brilliant," and has spoken very highly of his technological discoveries and products. I was hoping we could get David on our show to present his work in person, and we are extremely fortunate that David will be with us on this Sunday's show. It promises to be a mind-expanding and enjoyable event.
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Richard Sacks, Host