A Ticket to Prosperity: Spiritual Lessons for an Abundant Life

A Ticket to Prosperity will guide you to inner harmony with the principles of abundance by planting healthy seeds in the subconscious mind, mastering the art of sowing & reaping and through tapping into the imagination whilst learning the huge benefits of meditation. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780957563131
About Christopher Dines

Christopher Francis Dines, (born August 19th, 1983) is an English mindfulness trainer, teacher, writer and former House DJ.

Having a deep love for music, Christopher dropped out of high-school at 15 to pursue a full-time career as an electronic house DJ. Having DJ’ed at prestigious parties such as City Loud at Turnmills, Ministry of Sound, Defected In The House at Pacha, Garage City, Christopher’s DJ career then took him to Asia where he travelled extensively, subsequently leading him to remix and produce underground electronic dance music. Whilst remixing national chart hit band Afro Medusa to artists such Marlon D, Samba La Casa, Steal Vybe and Onxy (Soul2Soul), mindfulness was gradually becoming a subtle practise. This led to a deep exploration of the human mind and roads to emotional well-being and self-realization. This has been accomplished through intense self-education and with the invaluable help and guidance of enlightened mentors.

He “retired” from the electronic dance music industry in June 2006 to give public talks on inspirational ideas and self-awareness and create personal development and mindfulness workshops and courses. Christopher is the author of “Mindfulness Meditation: Bringing Mindfulness into Everyday Life”, “Manifest Your Bliss: A Spiritual Guide to Inner Peace”, “A Ticket to Prosperity”, “A Ticket to Prosperity: Spiritual Lessons for an Abundant Life (Revised Edition)” and “The Mystery of Belief: How to Manifest Your Dreams”.

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