We will be meeting again on Wednesday 30th March 2016 at 7.30pm at the RVS Centre, South Street, St. Leonards-on-Sea TN37 6AP. This month’s talk will be given by Karen Hayler on the subject of VortexHealing® and will include a healing session, here is a little of what it will be about:
VortexHealing® Devine Energy Healing.
According to Vedic writings, the universe was manifested from primordial sound and vibration. As human beings, we are a microcosm of that universe an almost infinite mix of simple and complex vibrations crammed into a small bio-conscious body.
If you were to take the package of vibrations that you consider to be you and translate that into a song, consider what that song would sound like; full of conflicting emotions and body sensations, full of restless and chaotic monkey mind thoughts, full of eons of past life history and millions of years of genetic survival history, continuously vibrating out of our consciousness and DNA. Consider what that song of yourself would sound like.
That’s why we are so drawn to nature. The harmony of nature reminds us of our own lost harmony the harmony that is hidden deep with us and with which we are aching to reconnect with.
Using the tools of VortexHealing to release conditioning (issues) at the deepest level of where they manifest in our energy system can bring about rapid and deep relief from our suffering and pain and awakening us to our true nature.
VortexHealing® Divine Energy Healing. It is a registered trade mark of Ric Weiman. For more info please see www.vortexhealing.org.
Our meetings are open to everyone, £5 for FHT members, £6 for non-members and £3 for concessions and will include tea or coffee. 2 CPD points for therapists. Don’t forget to bring along your business cards, leaflets etc and enjoy meeting like-minded people. If you wish to give a talk yourself at a future date do please let us know as we are always looking for speakers.
For further information please contact us on the numbers below. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
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