Archive for March, 2011
Seasonal change is upon us. Spring brings renewal. As we prepare for spring-cleaning and yard sprucing, I invite you to look into ‘spring-cleaning’ your mind and renewing your spirit at this most sacred time of year.
Take a day. Honor the gift of life in all it’s myriad forms and all it’s magical beauty.
Make your intuition work for you! Your intuitive mind is a vast storehouse of knowledge and information. Learn how you can tap into and benefit from this remarkable system.
Classes cannot be taken out of sequence without prior permission from the Instructor.)
Class I: (Saturday, May 7)
- Overview of the Intuitive Arts
- Energy & Energetic Boundaries
- Intuition, Literal & Symbolic
- Beginning Excercises:
- Breathwork & Meditation
- Protection & Grounding
Class II: (Saturday, May 21)
- Intuition & Your Belief System
- Intuition & Your Emotions
- Techniques, Guides & Tools
- Intuitive Excercises
Class III: (Saturday, June 4)
- Your Dominant Intuitive Style
- Hits, Misses & Time Lines
- The Work of Interpretation
- Keys To Ongoing Development
- Perspective & Practice
All classes are held at 2050 West Steele Lane in Santa Rosa from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Cost: $50.00 per class; 10% discount when all three classes are purchased at once. All major credit cards accepted.
This Intensive Intuitive Development Series is presented by Melannie Thomas, Intuitive Counselor, Life Coach & Expert Dream Guide. Melannie has a nationwide clientele and has been lecturing, teaching and giving workshops on a variety of subjects for several years.
I recently read an excellent article in Spirituality & Health by Thomas Moore in which he stated what is to me a basic spiritual truth. It is not what you believe that reflects your spirituality, but rather, “…the way you live.”
There are many times in life that we are left feeling helpless. Certainly the situation in Japan is one of those fateful moments. Yet, we are not powerless. Beyond the rescue efforts in myriad forms, there is the power of prayer. I invite you to prayers of comfort and healing for our fellow man.
This quote from a book I read yesterday really stuck with me and I wanted to share it with you:
“Look to this day! For it is life, the very life of life… For yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision; But today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope.”
Pussywillow by Mama San Ra-Ab Rampa