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Dr. Demartini educates teachers in South Africa

 

Dr. John Demartini captivated the attention of 350 Matric students from the stage of the Penelopele High School hall recently. They were from different senior schools across Ivory Park, a township in Johannesburg - South Africa.

 

Dr. Demartini shows his teachers how to activate genius in their students

 

Dr Demartini shares with the people of Christchurch the information and methodologies available to help them move forward, stabilize their emotions and assist them with the opportunity of a brighter and more meaningful future.

 

Dr Demartini invited as the key note speaker at the first MOT International Courage2B Conference held at Spier in Stellenbosch on 2 December.

 

Dr John Demartini and The Demartini Institute of South Africa have answered the call of the South African government to rally for the 2010 learners of South Africa during national strikes which brought education to a halt one month before matrics are to write exams.

 

The Demartini Institute presented the Young Adults Inspired Destiny program 20 September to a group of 124 young adults in Johannesburg, South Africa. This very inspiring day ended in impromptu songs and poems of gratitude by the learners.

 

Dr Demartini continued his work with the SAPS in Johannesburg where he addressed how to manage stress and challenges

 

Dr John Demartini presented talks to both warders and prisoners at Pollsmoor Prison on Thursday 6 May 2010. His talk highlighted the power of our perceptions to change our lives and turn our challenges to opportunities..

 

A loxion manager is a person who is basically doing nothing with their lives. A common scenario is that after a person has matriculated they find themselves unable to further their education and unable to find a job so they hang around the loxion paralysed in a rut.

 

Whatever you have done or not done, you are worthy of love. That was one of the messages from human behavioural specialist, Dr John Demartini, to over 1 000 prisoners when he spoke at the Krugersdorp Prison.

 
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