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The Arts and the Creative Forces used as an Instrument for World Peace by Jacqueline Ripstein

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Published on Nov 26, 2012

The Arts as an Instrument for World Peace by Jacqueline Ripstein.
Jacqueline Ripstein International renown artist, Creator of NEW unique Art techniques as Invisible Art & Light tech.. She has inspired hundreds of people around the world for 37 yrs.Her Art has been scientifically proven to uplift our energies & heal our lives. Her self-awareness art,books,seminars, videos. Pioneer in Art & Healing.360 international shows. Participated at special world events.

Peace is a state of Serenity! Peace is our Responsibility!

Jacqueline Ripstein.
Fine Artist & Art Healing Pioneer & World Peace Envoy.
*United Nations ECOSOC Representative of the International Association of Educators for World Peace. *GHA Ambassador for Peace from Harmony.

www.jacquelineripstein.com
http:/www.facebook.com/artistjacquelineripstein

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