Date(s) - 12/01/2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Do you ever wonder what the Spirit world has to say about mental health in general and in our modern times in particular? How does Spirit view what our children and new generations are wrestling with in this high-tech age of school shootings, new kinds of bullying, and widespread prescription of psychoactive medication? Or challenges to our mental and emotional health that previous generations may not have faced? Can a relationship with Spirit help us understand and heal human emotion? And does meditation have a place in dealing with addictive behavior?
Beth will share invaluable insights gained through working with the Spirit world as a psychic medium, with students and people of all ages as a meditation teacher, and through her own direct experience. The evening will also include Q&A, a guided meditation, and as many messages from Spirit as time allows. Join us for this remarkable event!
Please note: The lecture portion of this event will be recorded, and the recording shared with all event registrants. If you interact in the workshop while it’s being recorded (via questions or comments) your voice, your video feed if you choose to turn it on, and your profile name and profile photo, if available, may end up being a part of the recording. You can adjust in your Zoom account’s settings (prior to joining the event) the information you want to have visible for you, and you have full control over whether your personal video feed is turned on or off at any point during the event and whether you chose to share or interact in any way at the time the event is being recorded. You’ll also be able to ask questions via chat. For more info on Zoom meetings please see the Zoom website.
Date and Time: Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021, 7-9 pm EST
Ticket Price: $25 by Friday, Nov 12, or $35 late registration.
Presented online via Zoom. An invitation to the Zoom event will be emailed to you shortly after registration. (If not received, check your Spam folder, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org)