Saturday 29th February & Sunday 1st March 2020 Robin Hodson is not only one of the very best mediums I have come across, he is also one of the very best teachers. He is President of the International Spiritualists’ Federation, and spends most of the year travelling around the world – USA, Australia, Switzerland and Finland to name but a few – giving demonstrations and leading workshops. In two full days with Robin, the energy really builds, giving you the chance to work with your gifts. You don’t have to want to be a trance medium: perhaps you would like to brush up your existing skills; expand your understanding; strengthen your connection; shift up a couple of notches. All in a safe space in a beautiful peaceful setting of a manor house near Horsham, with plenty of time for working with others, for personal practice, for developing your own individual way of working, and for asking questions. There are just a couple of places left for this workshop, at £95 for the weekend. If you would like to reserve yours, please email me on: email@example.com or call / text me on 07597 020 512.
Water is the very essence of life, and yet we so often take it for granted.Join three very diverse speakers, each with their own way of working with water, for a fascinating day as we explore and experience the Science, Consciousness and Healing Power of Water.Venue is Sedgwick Park House, a beautiful Grade II listed manor house near Horsham in West Sussex. Some sessions will be held in the ballroom and others in the extensive park-like gardens and grounds. The day will include a practical demonstration of tracking Geopathic Stress and using Earth Acupuncture to cure it; your chance to try your hand at dowsing; and at least one water ceremony, as well as plenty of time for discussion, questions and answers.Speakers for the day are international speaker and independent water researcher Matt Thornton; professional Geomancer Richard Creightmore and Jeremy Jones, Senior UK Consultant for Grander Water.Places are limited – book yours now by calling me on 07597 020 512 or emailing me at:firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets are £45. Light refreshments will be supplied, you are invited to bring your own lunch.
SUNDAY 20th JANUARY 2019 – A workshop of theory and hands-on practical experience so you can learn more about the technology of Plasma and how it can help you and the wider environment. Led by Malcolm Bosher and Oliver Perceval, the workshop will cover the following: Introduction to Plasma and the technology generally including background An opportunity to personally experience GANS energy in three main forms:- as a field direct with GANS material (those attending are invited to bring dowsing tools) as a discrete field in a cocoon arrangement as a field in a Quantum Loop arrangement. Discussion and responses Break for lunch Background to the technology Its relationship with All That Is How to make GANS How to use GANS The latest developments Questions and Answers There will be new GANS specially developed for Electrosensitives, available to try. VENUE: Forest Row Community Centre, Hartfield Road, Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5DZ TIME: 10am – 3pm (light refreshments will be provided; bring your own lunch) COST: £30 INFO & BOOKING: Judy Sharp 07597 020 512
Such was the positive response to the “Playshops” run by Roarbert Torry and Leonie Clark earlier this year that they have planned another two – Cool Cats wise up to Ascension Deficit Disorder on Saturday 16th February Cool Cats Ride Again on Sunday 17th February Both at Burwash Common Pavilion. For full information contact Roarbert on 01342 825 789 or email on: email@example.com Link to the flyer below: 2019-02-16 Cool Cats Cover
Dying to Know . . . everything you ever wanted to know about death and dying, but were afraid to ask . . .
Let’s break the taboos, start a fresh conversation, get down to the practical, useful, all-important information that can make such a difference – and save a lot of money! Death and Dying – the elephant in the room. The only way to eat an elephant is in bite-sized chunks, and so we are breaking this mammoth topic down into four bite-sized chunks, bringing together specialists in their field to share their knowledge and experience and, more importantly, to answer your questions. This series of four mini-workshops will take place at Chequer Mead Arts Centre, East Grinstead, once a month from April through to July, 9.30am – 1.30pm. Entry is just £25 to include printed information to take away and make good use of. Thursday 14th April; Thursday 12th May; Thursday 16th June and Thursday 7th July. Click here for the full details Dying to Know flyer 2 Please note that the format of these mini-workshops is flexible. If you run or are part of a group or association and you feel that the content would be useful for your members or local audience, please do contact me on 01444 459 433 or 07597 020 512.
Why is it that we are so reluctant to talk about death and dying? The taboo, the fear, is almost palpable with some people, and it’s not healthy. Research has consistently shown that 100% of people die at some time in their lives, usually at the end and, as someone once commented, the only inevitable things in life are birth, death and taxes. Dying to Know is a series of panel discussions that will bring together specialists in their field, to give you practical information and advice, and to answer your questions. It’s a huge subject – the proverbial elephant in the room – and so we are going to break the elephant down into bite-size chunks so it’s easier to work our way through. We’ll cover everything from legal and financial planning to end-of-life care; from alternative funerals to following the paper trail; from what happens when a body dies to the process of grieving – and much, much more! There is an initial pop-in meet-up at the Café at Chequer Mead Arts Centre, East Grinstead, on Friday 12th February, 10.30am – 12 noon. Come along, meet me – Judy Sharp – and share your stories, concerns and questions, so...