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About P in Toronto

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Published on April 23, 2019 with No Comments

Some call him an inventor, a scientist or an entrepreneur. Yet others call him a healer, a therapist or a doctor. There are even some who call him father. There is no question that this man is far from ordinary.

When the 2015 earthquakes caused massive destruction in Nepal, he invented an internationally certified earthquake-resistant construction technique made from plastic bottles and fishnets. In 2015 he was invited by the United Nations to present his affordable housing solution. Patrick is also the recipient of the prestigious Mandala Award, presented by the Rubin Museum in New York City in 2011.

A world-renowned energy healer fromIndia, Patrickalso leads workshops on higher consciousness. As a child, he was incapacitated by paralysis and a coma from which he recovered, he says, because of his unwavering faith. He now has thousands of followers around the world, many of whom he has cured from incurable diseases including cancer. He has intrigued so many by his mysterious ways, that he was personally invited for a visit to the Vatican by Pope Francis. Wizardry you call it? Well, Patrick says you can do it too.

A globally acclaimed humanitarian, Patrick is the chairperson ofthe Samarpan Foundation that operates in India, South Africa and Malawi. His non-profit runs 36 initiatives in education, women empowerment, affordable construction, animal welfare and more. Recently, Patrick launched a “super food” which has the potential to address the world’s hunger crisis. Currently, he is working on a water generating apparatus, a solution to the world’s impending water crisis.

Despite his numerous accomplishments, Patrick maintains an air of kindness and simplicity. He may be a humanitarian and a healer, but he chooses to call himself “nobody.”

This spring, Patrick will be making his first visit to Toronto! Come ask him about his life, his ways, his inventions or his healing. There will be an opportunity for 1:1 conversations with Patrick at the end.

Moot Court, University of Toronto Faculty of Law 78 Queens Park Toronto, ON M5S 2C5

5:30 – 6:00 pm: check-in/ light refreshments
6:00 – 7:00 pm: Talk by Patrick
7:00 – 7:30 pm: Individual time with Patrick

$10 donation (University of Toronto students will receive $5 back with a valid UofT ID)

Who is Patrick?

Follow Patrick:
Samarpan (non-profit): www.samarpanfoundation.org
Blog: www.whispersofwisdom.thefirstprinciple.org
Website: www.thefirstprinciple.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PatrickSanFrancesco/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/patricksanfrancesco
Twitter: www.twitter.com/patricksanfran


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