RSE Announces 2016 World Tour


Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment has announced its 2016 worldwide event schedule. 

JZ Knight and her senior staff members have developed an expanded 2016 world schedule due to the demand generated by the 2015 events, according to a press release sent out by RSE.

“We are thrilled that 2015 was a year of great participation by our students around the world,” Knight stated in the press release. “We had over 20,000 event participant bookings. It is clear the students are benefiting from their work. They are growing in sovereignty and have not been affected so much by the global economic downturn.”

In 2016, Knight and her team will travel to Taiwan, Ecuador, Argentina and Italy. In addition, teachers from Yelm and coordinators in host countries will facilitate events in India, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Canada, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, and South Africa.

“We had over 100 events worldwide in 2015 and we look forward to topping that in 2016,” said Mike Wright, one of four appointed teachers at RSE.

Wright will travel to India in January to present an introductory workshop called Creating Your Future Now. 

“It has been many years since we sent anyone to India. In that time, interest in Ramtha’s books has grown slowly to the point that there are now several hundred people asking for an event,” he said.

Here at home on the Yelm campus the school will host public events, beginning student events, guest speakers, advanced retreats, and a long summer event called Extended Mind Training, which will run from July 5 to July 30, concurrent with shorter events in June.

“Students have been asking for a longer event in which they can go deeper into their focus work,” Knight said. “We are happy to have a campus that can support multiple events at the same time so we can provide a broad range of training opportunities.”


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