Journey through Life, Grief, Intuition and Spirituality
Jan 01, 2020 09:26AM
A New Year opens with the promise to move beyond what no longer serves you, and The Spirit University wants to help you along this journey with a series of events and workshops.
Kelvin Chin, founder of Overcoming the Fear of Death Foundation and Turning Within Meditation Foundation, will present workshops from January 10–12 on a variety of subjects. These will include how meditation is used to look inward and eliminate the anxiety that comes with knowing your own mortality in order to embrace the acceptance of what comes next.
Evidential medium, divine healer, celestial connector and “man of mystery” Joseph Lobrutto will present “Is There More to Life than We Know?” from January 9–12. This workshop will teach you how to access you own psychic talents and mediumship channels.
Spirituality is a quest for personal truths and understanding of the human experience, and to that end, “Matters of Spirit: Two Days of Spiritual Diversity” will take place from January 18–19. This series of interactive workshops and informative lectures can help you see past any misconceptions and learn about how others practice their soul-walk, so you can become a more compassionate, open-minded individual.
Diane Corcoran, a registered nurse and retired Army Colonel, will share her firsthand insights and expertise on the subject of near-death experiences (NDE). From working with veterans, police officers and first responders who had their own stories of NDEs, Corcoran educates others on how to navigate the complexities and connect to those who have encountered NDEs. This workshop will take place from January 31–February 2.
Finally, vice-president of the Spiritual Science Fellowship in Canada, medium John White, will be the Spirit University’s guest teacher for January. He will offer classes on akashic records, lucid dreaming, mediumship skills, medical intuitive training and more.
Location: 373 Braden Ave., Sarasota. For more information, call 941-954-3200, email [email protected] or visit TheSpiritU.com.