Workshop offers spiritual connection

psychic protection

The Threads that Bind Us in Vernon is hosting a class on psychic protection.

Designed for all the empathic people of today’s world, the class features instructors Diane, Victoria and Lois, who come from different spiritual back grounds and will cover all aspect of psychic protection.

Diane is from a Wiccan background and is covering warding and the “Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram.

Victoria has a Shamanic back ground and her presentation will focus on cleansing, sacred objects and area protection. The Shamanic way practises being grounded and honouring Mother earth, respecting the connection between each other, and realizing the connection between the future and the past, while being present in the moment.

Lois is a spiritualist and will be sharing her practices as a rescue medium. Rescue mediumship covers a broad spectrum of protection: grounding, dealing with fear, wording of prayers, discernment and how to pull in your aura/energy.

Their combined practices cover a wide range of ideals and faiths. This class on psychic protection is open to anyone interested in managing their lives in a more loving and peaceful manner.

The class takes place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 3004B-31st St., Vernon. Cost is $65 per person. Contact Victoria at 250-547-2316 or toll-free at 1-866-967-6864 for more information. Pre-registration is required.

 

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