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Channel 9 News interviews Kevin Stratmann about Sukyo Mahikari

April 18, 2013

The Centers for Spiritual Development

WASHINGTON, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Channel 9 News, a CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C., will interview Kevin Stratmann, the Director of the Washington D.C. Center of Sukyo Mahikari, also known as the Centers for Spiritual Development, during the news show at noon on Friday, April 19, 2013. Stratmann will talk about how the Centers for Spiritual Development is helping to make the world a better place through spiritual and personal development.

“I am pleased that Channel 9 News is giving us the opportunity to show case the wonderful work that the Centers for Spiritual Development is doing to improve the world,” Stratmann told Summit Connection, a sponsor of Sukyo Mahikari, about his upcoming interview.

The Centers for Spiritual Development in Washington, D.C. shares with people at no charge a relaxing, rejuvenating spiritual energy called “light,” which members of the Center can generate through the palm of their hand. The Center teaches a course on how to give light. The next one is on April 26, 27, and 28. The Center is located at 4479 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20008 and is two blocks north of the Van Ness Metro Station. Reservations can be made at (202) 328-5903.

The Centers for Spiritual Development teaches that people can improve themselves and others by radiating light. The Centers for Spiritual Development , also, encourages people to live in harmony with their community, nature, the earth, and its resources.

The Centers for Spiritual Development is an international nonprofit spiritual and community service organization with over one million members around the world and headquarters in Japan. The members come from many diverse fields, including the sciences, medicine, education, arts, and the humanities. The Centers for Spiritual Development has given presentations at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and was a co-sponsor of the United Nations Millennium Summit for Religious and Spiritual Leaders. The Centers for Spiritual Development built one of the first LEED certified green buildings in Manhattan. In New York and Hawaii, the organization has received community recognition for environmental cleanup activities. In 2004, the Mayor of Los Angeles commend the Centers for Spiritual Development for helping to create a peaceful and harmonious society.

SOURCE Summit Connection


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