The Love Never Ends Workshop

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The Love Never Ends Workshop
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The Love Never Ends Workshop says
Saturday, March 5 @ 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM MOUNTAIN TIME| $111
Even as the death of a loved one seems so final, Sunny speaks about how the essence of that person – the love – still lives on and can be communicated directly to you.

Having thirty years of experience speaking to the Other Side, Sunny will teach you how to tap in to your own unique way of best understanding these messages. You’ll gain the tools necessary to tune into the signs and signals from your angels, guides and loved ones that have passed. These tools will allow you to gain a stronger connection and a better understanding of the support and loving guidance you receive from the “unseen” realm. You’ll also learn how to make the connection between the living and those who have passed, whether it be from natural causes, accidents or suicide.

This will be an interactive, experiential class that will leave you with tools to literally connect with the Afterlife yourself – tools such as the five “clairs”: clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, claircognizance, and clairfragrance, respectively. Once you have learned the way in which your body and mind tune into the unseen world, you can start your journey with Sunny as your guide.

In this full day workshop Sunny will show you how to:

* learn to listen to your own inner truth and intuition

* learn the language of the Spirit world

* cultivate a spiritual connection with loved ones who have passed on

* address what happens before, during, and after the death process

* help you release any fears around death

If you’re missing someone who has passed over or just curious about what messages you might be able receive from the angels and the Other Side using these techniques, join Sunny for this in-depth and fascinating subject. Sunny will be accompanied by her musician Kris Voelker who will assist in shifting your energy to a higher vibration which will help you to connect with your loved ones.
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By: Sunny Dawn Johnston