EARTH SPIRIT CONFERENCES
Conscious Living in a Sacred World
a Gathering of Remarkable Teachers and Wisdom Keepers
Saturday Nov 7, 2009
Sunday morning Nov 8th, 2009, 10:00 - 1:00
Post-conference workshops are for people attending the whole conference only.
We are offering three very exciting post-conference workshops. Each is limited to twenty-five people, so please sign up early. The fee for each workshop is $99. Register Now to secure your place.
Glenn and Cameron Broughton
Crop Circles and The Shift
In this workshop, Glenn and Cameron Broughton will present a review of this year’s crop formations and probe the mystery of this remarkable phenomenon. Experience the impact of these patterns through a dramatic visual show of the images set to music. You will also get to experience what it’s like to walk in the patterns and fly over these beautiful mandalas in a helicopter when they show a film taken from the ground and the air. In this experiential workshop we will explore what the crop formations might be, who the ‘Circlemakers’ are, what messages they have for us and their role in the shift of consciousness on our planet at this time.
Glenn and Cameron Broughton have been investigating crop circles and sacred sites since the mid-nineties. Glenn’s research findings that crop circles need underground water and earth energy currents in order to occur received universal acceptance and is quoted in most books on the subject. Through Sacred Britain Tours, they have guided hundreds of people on journeys of discovery to both the crop circles and the powerful sacred sites in Britain and Ireland. They are also the founders and co-organizers of Earth Spirit Conferences.
Karin & Sig Lonegren
Gnowing: Intuition on Demand
How much is three plus nine? Easy! You went to school to train your rational faculties for twelve or more years to come up with the correct answer. But if the question is, "Is this person lying?" or "Should I take this job offer in California?", the rational mind is not the only tool one might best utilize. Gnowing is a word coined by Sig that means using both your rational and your intuitive/creative tools that can be accessed in that grey matter behind your eyes and between you ears. For most of us, when we get an "Ah Ha!" Moment, it seems to come unbidden, out of thin air. Sig and Karin Lonegren have been working most of their lives to develop ways to be able to access intuition on demand, to be able to call up those moments when you really need them.
They will be discussing and using various tools and techniques to access our intuition whenever we need it. Karin is a Psychic Bodyworker, and she will lead you in exercises in which you will recognize and acknowledge the seat of intuition in your body, and then she will take you to the stone circle and show you how you can turn it into you personal oracle. Sig will lead an elementary dowsing exercise and give you a tool that he has developed to gain answers to spiritual questions or practical dilemmas that you are facing in your life. All these techniques and exercises are tools of gnowing.
Rev. Karin Schluter Lonegren is a psychic bodyworker, healer, holistic massage therapist, artist, blogger and internationally known teacher. Karin is a guide who assists seekers with the development of their spiritual/intuitional gifts. She studied spiritual healing with the famed MacManaway family of healers in Scotland. She is a founding member of the Labyrinth Society and is one of their European Region Representatives. Originally from the Netherlands, she lives in Glastonbury and works as psychic bodyworker in her healing studio at SunnyBank Centre. www.sunnybankglastonbury.co.uk/psychicc.
Jane Buchan and Lynn Hartwood
Sacred Earth Sacred Practice: An Experiential Workshop
Jane Buchan and Lynn Hartwood will facilitate a 3-hour experiential gathering to strengthen human interconnectedness within the Great Web of Life. Join them for Dancing on Sacred Ground: Sacred Earth, Sacred Practice, a gathering to inspire, inform, and liberate the Earth Partner in each of us.
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