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The Tent of Sarah

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The Tent of Sarah – A Home for

Healing and Spiritual Development

For as long as I can remember myself, I was forming connections and recommending wholeheartedly doing each and every thing which had caused me to feel joy, healing and inspiration. I am thrilled to be able to fulfill the simplistic vision of hosting in my home – the Tent of Sarah

which is now wide open. In the Tent of Sarah I host workshops which I wholeheartedly recommend. I also invite guests such as guides and mentors. I also host cultural and spiritual events – and am even planning

to host chamber concerts. Of course, on top of all of these, I am a certified healer in a number of methods, and my treatments are done within the Tent of Sarah as well.

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The Tent of Sarah

The name "the Tent of Sarah" has been ripening inside of me for a long time now. For me, the name expresses the wide umbrella under which I

am able to offer the great abundance I carry with me, my great many qualifications and tools which I am fortunate enough to be able to provide to the world.

Why "The Tent of Sarah"?

In my show, "Why was Sarah Laughing?" a great deal of the show is dedicated to my name. I describe how difficult I found it, to be a non-religious child named Sarah and the journey I have undergone with my name.

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I am thrilled to be able to fulfill the simplistic vision of
hosting in my home – the Tent of Sarah
which is now wide open

In the Talmudic Midrashim, Sarah, which is one of the four Jewish mothers, is declared the first woman prophet and she is described as a woman whom

had dedicated her life to performing higher corrections. HAZAL, the sages of the Mishna and the Talmud, had written that while Sarah was alive, four

miracles had occurred within her tent: The cloud which had been tied to the entrance of her gate; the doors leading towards the gates being wide open,

Sarah's dough, which had been blessed; and the candle, which had lit from Friday night to Friday night.

Thus, the tent is a metaphor – it is not made up of fabric, but rather, of good will, a warm and loving heart, and the knowledge and experience that I have

been accumulating for more than thirty years – and this is the baggage which I am always taking with me to anything and everything that I do.

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Sarah Gillon |  972-522424022  |  sarahgl34@gmail.com