Taught by Cindy Mattingly. Are you frustrated with your lack of clarity ……Second guessing your intuitive hit…… hearing an inner voice that tells you that the story is not true?
When a person gets a “hit” or a “gut reaction”, this is intuition. Intuition is receiving confirmation from one or more of your five sensory perceptions which are seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching. There is a sixth perception which uses all your senses combined. There are many ways to connect to your intuition and learn to recognize when it is just yourself misleading your thoughts.
This workshop is all about the experience of knowing that YOU know and that you connect consciously with that knowing. It is important to recognize and give yourself credit for listening to your perceptions. We will have multiple individual and group experiences to guide you to your clarity.
In the second part of this workshop we will focus on….”How do you make your decisions?”
Asking others……. guessing ……. closing your eyes and jumping in?
Most people do a combination of all three of the above methods. It would great to have a better way to confirm your decision-making process and give you confidence in the final decision.
Dowsing is an easy way to make decisions and get clear confirmation before acting. We will review the history of dowsing and what makes dowsing possible for each of us to learn and to use in our daily routine decisions like…. “Should I take a drive to the beach today or tomorrow?”
We will use individual and group activities to practice our dowsing. Everyone leaves the workshop knowing how to dowse!
Participants need to bring a pendulum or an L-rod to use in the class.
This is a great workshop for anyone interested in working with animals. It combines intuition and a way to confirm what you get from the animal by dowsing.
Date: Sunday, April 26, 2020
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Class Fee: $150 (6 hours)
Location: Healing Way Center, 57 Lake Shore Road, Salem, NH 03079
To Register: please call us at 978-269-7799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org