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Love Actually Group

Group type: Affinity Groups
Schedule: Monthly: Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday Night, 6:45 - 8:00pm (** $15 Love Offering**)
Stage of Life: Adult Neighborhood: Mira Mesa - The Unity Center Regularity: Twice Monthly Group Attributes: Love Offering Requested Group Attributes: Adults Only
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ABOUT:   Love and Relationships

FOR:   Any individual, single or married, seeking to deepen their understanding of love and belonging

DAYS:   1st and 3rd Wednesdays monthly

6:45-8:00pm, DROP-INS welcome!

$15 suggested contribution (not required)

For many today, our most important relationships with lovers, family or colleagues hold rich dreams of abundance, fulfillment and joy. Unfortunately, these dreams often go unrealized while hurt and disconnection set in. And, people stay stuck revolving in patterns that are frustrating and demoralizing. In Love Actually, Page teaches there is a better way...a way with answers, support and results. Relationships have gone through revolutionary changes in the last 60 years and our spirituality is more important than ever to navigating them successfully. Through a combination of lecture material, Q&A, and meditation, this group seeks to offer practical thoughts and tools for: 

  • understanding primary relationships as a path to awakening
  • transcending negative patterns and the small self (ego)
  • learning true love's skill set
  • being the light that you are for those you love

Page Margaret, MFT, is a marriage and family therapist and spiritual counselor in practice since 1999. Page has owned group practices and wellness centers, currently devoting her time to spiritual development and individual and couple work. Primary influences include Jesus, Marianne Williamson and Eckhart Tolle.

Learn more about Page and Love Actually at and read related articles or email her specific questions at

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  • Page Margaret Lauer