Glastonbury PLG ‘Your Simple Path’ – A talk by Ian Tucker

Your Simple Path is an invitation to explore what really brings you Joy, Peace and Happiness.

Inspirational author Ian Tucker hosts an intimate talk that brings the principles of his best selling book titled Your Simple path to life.

Through discussion and gentle guided meditation you will explore simple everyday techniques that really will enhance wellbeing, reduce self imposed stress and help you find happiness every day.

Join a group of like minded people and rediscover the purpose and meaning of your life.

Ian Tucker is an inspirational author and speaker who lives in Devon, England.

After spending over twenty years in the corporate world he reached a point in his life and realised that what he had once thought important no longer served him.

Like so many of us, he felt that there just had to be more to life, and this set him on a decade of discovery in search of meaning and his true purpose.

He now spends much of his time writing, giving talks and running workshops that encourage us all to develop a simple, caring outlook whilst looking to follow our heart and not the crowd.

His new best selling book titled Your Simple Path was born out of his desire to create a straightforward daily approach that recognises a philosophy for a happier and more fulfilling way of life.

“Beautifully simple, simply beautiful.” Nicholas Evans, International best selling author of the Horse Whispere.

“Ian Tucker has a simple but profound message. One that he continues to live by example. I have watched those that have attended his talks and workshops come away better people, the feedback that we have had has been exceptional.” Stuart Morris, Director, The Birmingham Holistic Centre.

“Ian writes in a wonderfully simple yet inspiring way, we are always able to pass on correspondence from our readers who find his work of immense benefit.” Emma Van Hinssbergh, Editor, Natural Health Magazine.

Further Reading:  http://www.iantucker.co.uk.

 

 

Date: Wednesday 30th April 2014

Location: Town Hall (Small room)
Time: 7pm – 10pm (Talk commences 7.30pm)
Cost: £5.00 including refreshments.