April 6, 2020, 6-9 pm: Clarity within
April 27, 2020, 6-9 pm: Clarity with others
May 25, 2020 6-9 pm: The tools of intuition
Location: St. Ignatius Jesuit Centre, Hwy. 6 Guelph
Our intuition is always there, always reading the situation, always trying to steer us the right way. But can we hear it? Arianna Huffington, HuffPost President and Editor-in-Chief from her book, Thrive, March 2014.
- Access your intuition for self-care
- Develop your intuition to heighten your creativity
- Use the power of your intuition when working with others
- Release the blocks that prevent you from tapping into your intuition for choice-making
Who can benefit: Parents, teachers, therapists, health care providers, facilitators, artists, and anyone interested in self-healing.
Join us for this first time ever series of workshops, allowing you to harness your healing capacities when working with others and for self-balances. Whether you are an experienced practitioner or just starting out, this workshop will provide you with the tools to set clear intentions, establish healthy boundaries and tap into your divine knowing. You may register for one, two or all three workshops. Since each segment builds on the previous, you are encouraged to attend all three for best results.
Part 1- Clarity within: Examine your beliefs around healing, identify how your type of intuition works, clear blocks to tapping into your intuition, practice using your intuitive skills.
Part 2 – Clarity with others: Explore the therapeutic relationship, establish your intention, set clear boundaries, learn how to create a sacred, protected space for healing.
Part 3 – The tools of intuition: using muscle checking, whole body sensations, a pendulum and other means of tapping into your intuition; learn how to get clear communication, practice using your intuition.
Participants will have access to online support in between sessions as needed.
Recommended reading: The Intuitive Dance, building, protecting, and clearing your energy by Atherton Drenth, Llewllyn Publications, 2016,
Please note: This workshop is limited to a maximum of 8 participants per session.