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Come join Raven Many Voices as she connects you with your Spirit Family of guides, angels and more. Learn what are Spirit Guides and why they are here to guide us. Discover who is guiding you from the spirit world and how to communicate with your guides. Receive healing and understand how your guides can make life easier!
Dear animal lovers, have you wanted to find a way to communicate and connect with your animals to improve their health and behavior, and your relationship with them? This 30 min. introductory class for beginners will include a guided meditation for grounding and centering yourself, and activating the intuitive centers, helping you prepare for communication. You will also learn about and practice the first step in animal communication, sensing through the body. If after seeing how easy it is, you want to learn more on the topic, join me in my successive classes.
After taking this course and completing the certification you will be ready to start practicing as a psychic medium and have the fundamental tools to start working with clients. The course will cover the following areas: - The "Clairs" what are they and how are they used? - Ego, How to keep it in check. Overactive vs. Underactive - Protection, boundaries, releasing fear - Learn to ground excess energy from others (great for empaths) - How to meditate, why to meditate, benefits and reasons - Spirit guides and your higher self, what is the difference? - Energy and empaths - How to connect to spirit; psychically .vs mediumship - Learn to read spirit symbolism - How to deliver a reading professionally - The ethics of our work and code of conduct After completing the course and all associated quizzes you will receive the "Academic Mediumship Certification" which is all of the information you should know to practice.
Kristen Eykel CHt.
Spirituality
Recorded: Dec 07, 2015 at 06:00 pm EDT
"Chakra means Wheel. The ancient Yogis and modern Clairvoyants who can see this energy all describe it as spinning vortices of energy that are located at certain points around the body. Most of the chakras in our energetic body correspond to main nerve centers, however, there are many more besides the simple 7 you may have heard about before. Animals also use their power centers as means of perception in ways that we have no practical understanding of. We already know that their physical senses are more acute than our own, but they also have other perceptions to help them navigate the Earth in ways that have meant survival of their kind. Migrations, pack behavior, hibernations as well as care giving and mental communications may all depend upon these mechanisms. Animal sensitives have learned much about these senses and it's field of study is a course in and of itself. The power of the Chakra system then lies in much more than our simple connection to breath and our feelings. It lies to the very center of Life and connection to the Creative Source. For this connection is what causes us to be the creative energetic beings that we are. We have a Light Body made of these centers that connects to our our nerve and organ centers in the physical body, but we also have points that correspond to the Greater Energy of all life that allows us to envision and manifest on this planet. Without the chakra connection, we manifest mere base survival, and our higher forms of thought and creativity languish. "
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This session explores a six-step process for cultivating and securing major gifts. We will explore, from the donor�s perspective, what it takes to build strong relationships, how to identify potential major givers, and how to successfully appeal at the right time, for the right project and for the right amount. Learning Outcomes: - Be familiar with the role authentic, personalized donor communications plays in cultivating major gifts - Understand the link between effective donor database usage and major gift success - Learn how to ask and what to say when the donor says no
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In the event of a disaster, it is important that community organizations and businesses can continue to operate. This is especially true for those organizations who provide essential services to community members, as many small organizations and businesses do. This session explores the concept of Continuity of Operations Planning in order to be prepared in case of such an event. We will look at elements of the plan and planning process, including community partnerships for mutual aid and support; staff and volunteer safety and accountability; and back filling of positions vacated by disaster response or other activities.
Presented by Ndadilnasiya Endie Waziri, graduate of the first cohort of the Nigeria FETP and currently the Deputy Coordinator of the National Stop Transmission of Polio Program (NSTOP) at the African Field Epidemiology Network Office (AFENET) in Nigeria .
Nearly every large-scale disaster evokes an outpouring of individuals wanting to be involved in response and relief activities. These individuals, although well-intentioned, are rarely trained, experienced, or certified in any official disaster response function, and therefore can often add to the already overtaxed resources available to assist the impacted community. This session will explore the issue of these spontaneous, unaffiliated volunteers and provide some thoughts on how to address the issue efficiently and effectively. We will look at ideas for messaging regarding these individuals as well as what motivates them. The session also includes an overview of the Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) and the roles and responsibilities required in managing a successful VRC.
Originally presented July 16, 2014. Presented by Dr. Sherein El Nossery, MB.CHB Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP), Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population
Being deployed for a disaster response operation can be a very exciting and rewarding experience. This training will help individuals prepare for their deployment so that they can stay safe, healthy, and comfortable while working in sometimes stressful and unpredictable circumstances. Topics will include packing for your deployment; Disaster 101 (an overview of how disaster response works); terminology you may hear while deployed; taking care of yourself; and suggestions for having the best experience you can.
Get fresh ideas on veterans/military-themed service projects your Club can do this spring! Explore generationOn resources, hear about past Club projects, and connect with other facilitators in our national network. We'd love to welcome your ideas to the discussion!
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