Ignite your intuition

                  What happens after death? There are numerous philosophies surrounding this question, but two women will be visiting Kenosee Lake offering connection to not only your loved ones, but to your inner power of intuition.

                  Julie Veresh – an Intuitive Energy Coach/Body Talk Practitioner – and Jodie Rollins – a world renowned Psychic/Medium – will be stopping by the Kenosee Lake Friendship Centre for an “Ignite Your Intuition Workshop” on Thursday, Sept. 28, while they will also be hosting a “Night of Spirit” on Friday, Sept. 29, at the Moosehead Inn.

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                  “Ignite Your Intuition is an opportunity – everybody has the ability to be psychic – to learn, train, and tune that ‘muscle,’” Veresh explained. “Some people are more sensitive to it than others, but everyone has intuition. The workshop will involve exercises and group work to get in touch with your intuition and develop new learning at a higher level. There will be discussion on how energy works, the law of attraction, and it will provide hands on opportunity at the end of the course to prove the psychic activities we have and advance your own skill set.”

                  “Everyone has intuition and we just have to learn to trust in ourselves. A lot of people will have a feeling and think ‘oh it’s just my imagination,’ but it’s not and this workshop will help establish confidence and reassurance.”

                  Veresh went on to say that many well-known people including Albert Einstein, Oprah Winfrey, Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, and Jim Carrey all attribute much of their success to connecting to inner knowing.

                  “There’s a science behind it,” Veresh stated.

                  The next day will see Rollins host, “Night of Spirit,” at the haunted Moosehead Inn.

                  “It’s cool because it will give people who are a little skeptical of a one on one reading to see Jodie’s gifts in action,” Veresh explained. “She tunes into the energies in the room and gets messages for people in the room and it’s amazing the information she receives, people will be blown away by the information from specific people crossed over. It provides a real sense of peace, reassurance, and comfort. It’s a healing opportunity; it really does give people comfort to know that your loved ones are still watching over you and are still connected.”

                  Throughout the week Tuesday, Sept. 26, to Saturday, Sept. 30, both Veresh and Rollins are offering individual sessions. To book contact Julie Veresh at innatedynamics@sasktel.net.

                  “Ignite Your Intuition” will be run by Veresh and Rollins at the Kenosee Lake Friendship Centre from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28.

                  “Night of Spirit” will be hosted by Rollins on Friday, Sept. 29, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the haunted Moosehead Inn at Kenosee Lake.

                  Tickets for either event are available online at www.jodierollins.com or by emailing innatedynamics@sasktel.net.

                  Veresh is based out of Saskatoon, but is known to the area working out of Lotus Tree in Carlyle as well as practicing BodyTalk and energy balancing sessions monthly at Kenosee Lake.

                  Rollins is a Psychic Medium with vast knowledge of energy and the Law of Attraction. She works to enhance positive life changes through her works.

                  For more information on Veresh visit www.innatedynamic.ca and for more on Rollins visit www.jodierollins.com.

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