This is what will be covered in Module 4:
What does a medium do and why? What tools do a medium use?
What does a psychic do and why? Do psychics always use tarot cards or angel cards?
Is a psychic different from a medium? Why do people believe there are differences between a psychic and a medium?
What is an empath? How does an empath differ from a medium or a psychic?
Why do I hear/see/feel things? Does that make me a psychic or a medium?
Who is the Indian guy? Why do I often see the Indian guy? Is he a ghost? What is he trying to tell me?
Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels. Who are my spirit guides and guardian angels? How do they help me? What can I do to get more help from them?
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I look forward to welcoming you at the workshop.
This is what will be covered in Module 1:
What is a spiritual path? You may have outgrown your religious background and you are exploring options. You have heard about a "spiritual path" and you want to know what it means and if it is what you are looking for. Or you have never been religious, but you know there is more to life than meets the eye, and you want to fill that void.
Why do I feel like the odd one out? You are becoming more and more aware that you are different. You feel different, and your beliefs and view of life have changed. As a result you feel out of sync with the people around you. It has become a real struggle to discuss things that really matter and your questions about your life with your nearest and dearest. Even your friends don't understand what you are talking about. What is happening to you?
Am I dealing with the devil? With the simplest things that you question with your religious family and friends, you are receiving warnings that you should not explore what is not familiar to them. You understand their fear, but yo don't want to be held back by their fears and beliefs. So who is this devil? And how can you avoid the devil on your journey?
What if I want to turn back? Walking a spiritual path implies that you are going forward. However , what if you don't like what you discover? What if you would rather go back to your old beliefs which were comfortable for you? You can - it is always an option. Find out more on the course.
How do I deal with a non-believing partner? Do you have a relationship with a spouse or partner who is not interested in your desire to follow a spiritual path? What impact will this have on the relationship? What if the strain becomes too much and the relationship ends? What can you do to follow your heart and stay in the relationship? To be clear, a spiritual path is not a cult. It is a very individual path. If there are any prescriptions that you don't agree with - in fact, if a spiritual path is sold to you as if it is full of rules that don't make sense to you, then walk away.
I look forward to getting your feedback on the video.
Are you a beginner on your spiritual path?
Are you thirsty for knowledge but you don’t know where to start?
Do you want to know more about who you are, without becoming a medium or a psychic?
Then this course is for you.
More and more people are turning their backs on churches and organised religion because they are disillusioned with all the scandals and double standards that are always in the news.
If going to church is not the solution, then what is?
Staying away from church is also not a solution, because that leaves a void, and you float in the ocean of life, rudderless and with no compass to guide you to your destination.
Have you tried going to the spiritualist church? You may find a home there, or you may find that spiritualism and the spiritualist church are just another form of religion.
This course will guide you through that no-mans-land where you cannot go back to religion, and you don’t know where you are heading, and you need some structure, so that you can find your own path.
The important part is for you to make your own way through life. This is a scary thought, because there are so many views and so many practices to choose from.
This course will give you a solid foundation, so that you can then choose which path is for you to follow.
You will no longer need to remain in this no-mans-land of not knowing and wanting to move forward.
You will learn how spirituality is part of every day, and how we practice it without even being aware of it. You will learn simple skills for making your life better, and for planning your future and seeing those plans materialise.
Will you be able to practice as a medium or a psychic after the course? Probably not. You will be able to distinguish between what are known as “card readers” and “cold readings” on the one hand, and real, honest to goodness psychics who don’t guess or use props or pepper you with questions on the other hand.
You will understand why things happen to you and how you relate to the people you come into contact with.
There are many people in the esoteric world who make the right noises, but how do you identify those who can be followed and those who are followers posing as leaders?
You will be able to separate the spiritual wheat from the chaff, and decide what your future focus will be, based not only on your passion, but also on solid knowledge.
I will be presenting a series of workshops on I Want to Know About Spirituality ... in Boksburg, South Africa, starting on 3rd February 2019. You will have the option of
Each workshop will be about 90 minutes long, and the workshops will take place on a Sunday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 South African time.
The price is £30 (R550 or $40) per person per workshop (both in person, online and for the recordings).
The workshop dates for the I want to Know About Spirituality ... series are:
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There will be a follow-up series of seven workshops (Learning the Universal Language) with more complex topics such as universal law, the domino effect, the basics of energy healing, coincidence and synchronicity, numerology, cycles, discernment and reincarnation.
There will also be a final series of workshops (Using the Universal Language) for people who want to learn about psychic skills, energy medicine,tarot, applying quantum physics and exploring their own intuitive gifts.
Now is a good time to get answers to your questions and book your seat. Click on any of the topic links above to guarantee your seat.
How is it that some people retire at the mandated, government-regulated retirement age, while others seem to grow younger and retirement is not even an option for them?
Does retaining your youthfulness have to do with science, or is there something else - some magic elixir?
Ralph Maliphant tells his story and brings science together with spirit in a fascinating journey of discovery.
Ralph trained as a massage therapist at the Maitri Foundation at age 68 in 2003-2004, and completed an advanced year of training to learn the skills of Dynamic Bodywork.
He started training in the Rosen Method in 2009 and qualified as an intern in 2012, which means he is licensed to work on the public.
At age 83 getting ready to qualify as a full Rosen Method practitioner.
Tune in to The Elsabe Smit Show on Sunday 1st October live at 4 pm GMT using this link: https://www.facebook.com/AskElsabeSmit/videos
Here is a link to the recorded show on Youtube.
Renee Baribeau is a wind whistler, soul coach, Hay House author, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, and workshop leader, known and respected for her down-to-earth approach. During her life, the wind gods have steered Renee’s course in many directions. A former chef, in 1987 she opened the first farm-to-table restaurant in Central New York, Brown Bagger’s, in Syracuse. In 2005, Renee established the Desert Holistic Network in Palm Desert, California, an online regional resource directory. Renee served as the Resident Shaman at We Care Spa in Desert Hot Springs. Since 2013, Renee has worked for Foundations Recovery Network, a national system of residential treatment facilities. Her current role is Marketing and Community Outreach Coordinator.
As a writer, Renee is a featured contributing blogger for Finer Minds, Elephant Journal. Renee has also contributed chapters to the anthologies Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now (Hierophant Publishing, 2012) and The Five Principles of Everything (Five Birds Publishing, 2012). She makes her home on the West Coast, and Whidbey Island.
This is how Renee introduces her talk on The Elsabe Smit Show on 27th August 2017 at 4pm GMT on this link: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AskElsabeSmit/videos/
"People are seeking a direct experience of God, which emanating and non-dualistic forces of Nature can provide. Nature Gods can fill the “God Shaped Hole” plaguing society. Ancient cross-cultural Wind Gods/Goddesses offer persistent guidance, to restore faith in humanity.
In my effort to provide navigational tools for the generation lost, 28 cross cultural Winds of Spirit revealed themselves. Each had a distinct sphere of spiritual responsibility for guiding humanity. My phenomenological research spanned 20 years of direct shamanic practice and scholarly research. Faced with planetary extinction, it is essential to embrace new ideas and formats. The Wind Work® is the answer to helping everyday, normal people, find a working partnership with spirit. "
Here is the link to the recorded show on Youtube.
What do I need to do to grow spiritually and discover my life purpose? How do I know I am on the right path?
I am curious about measuring spirituality. Everyone seems to talk about spiritual growth and enlightenment nowadays, but there is not much talk about the science required to measure these things.
I see so many people boasting about how spiritual they are, but then they say and do things that are completely the opposite of what they claim to believe or what they sell to others.
How would you measure how spiritual a person is, or whether one person is more spiritual than another?
Or is spirituality just a popular social mask with no basis in reality?
I am 34 years old. About two months ago my life changed drastically. I went to see a chiropractor for a number of issues, including menstrual problems, knee, back and neck pain, and acid reflux. I have been to other chiropractors and knew what to expect. However, I got more than I bargained for.
My acid reflux is gone. My knee and back feel a lot better. I am much less stressed and feel a lot more relaxed.
The biggest change is in my spiritual life. in the past I was interested in spiritual stuff and I read many books. I got to a point where I thought I had all the knowledge, and I felt no significant difference in my life. I kind of closed off that side of me and just got on with life.
A few weeks ago I started meditating – I never thought I would even try it, but I am really enjoying it and I can feel a change in me. I have also noticed specific numbers coming up around me all the time.
Against that background I want to tell you about two very strange dreams I had recently.
The first was when I woke up at 3am and felt wide awake. I decided to do a guided meditation on my earphones so that I could get back to sleep. That is where things got really strange. I am sure I was awake, but at the same time I was not awake – it is difficult to explain. I know I was lying in my bed, and the words ‘I am ready’ came into my mind. Then suddenly I had a VERY intense feeling throughout my entire body – as if I was vibrating or being electrocuted. It felt incredibly good, and I felt blissful and light. My eyes were closed and I was unable to open them.
I remember a high pitch noise in my one ear, and my hands were shaking so much that I could not keep them on the bed.
I remember thinking that I was probably receiving some kind of energy.
I then woke up and felt incredibly good. I went straight back to sleep and slept for a few hours without any dreams, and woke up feeling refreshed and amazingly good.
The second dream, a few nights later, was much less pleasant. I dreamt of being on a rollercoaster and being very scared. I heard an evil laugh and was so afraid that I was completely paralyzed.
I could see myself lying in bed next to my husband, who was fast asleep. In my dream I was trying to wake him up, but I could not get even a word out. I finally started crying and that woke my husband (in my dream) and all he said was that I must get back to sleep. I finally woke up and wrote the dream down, and then went back to sleep again.
Am I right in connecting these weird dreams with the treatment from the chiropractor?
I have recently read two books that had such an impact on me. They are The Book of Not Knowing by Peter Ralston, and Actualizations: You Don’t Have To Rehearse To Be Yourself by Stewart Emery.
I cannot tell you how these books have impressed me – I felt that both of them just touched a chord in me and permanently changed my life.
I was wondering whether you can recommend any books that have made an impact on your life? 144
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I am in my early twenties and on the surface have a lovely life. I have a good job, beautiful wife, nice car and big home. I have every reason to be happy, but I am quite stressed.
The reason for my stress is that I feel lost in this world and I have crazy thoughts and questions. I want to know why people blink, how we think, how we see and why we can only see ourselves when we look in a mirror. Why is it that when I read I hear the words in my head without saying them out loud?
I have all these questions and they are taking over when I just want to live and have fun like my mates. I want to be a good husband and provider, but it feels like the more questions I ask, the more stressed out I get.
How do I stop these thoughts? I am supposed to see a psychologist to get some help. What do I tell the psychologist?