Barbara Brennan School of Healing Holds Experiential Workshop




The Barbara Brennan School of Healing (BBSH) will present a one-day experiential workshop on June 24 based on Barbara Brennan’s book Light Emerging: The Journey of Personal Healing. The workshop will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club. BBSH Dean Anne Hoye will facilitate.

“In this workshop, we will look at the imbalances in each level of the energy field that may contribute to the disease process,” Hoye says. “Each level has needs that must be met for us to live a healthy, fulfilled life. Through an objective evaluation of each level, as well as understanding our personal dynamics at each level—which may be operating unconsciously—participants will have a greater understanding of the energy field and its role in the disease process.”

Using Brennan’s model of the four dimensions of the energy field and examples of real-life cases, participants will discover where they are energetically blocked, and learn healing tools, exercises and meditations to augment traditional therapies, enabling them to have an active role in their own healing process.

Cost: $125 (includes free gift). Location: The Mansion, 2907 Main St., Brewster.To register, call 561-620-8767 or visit BarbaraBrennan.com.

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