Finding Your F-L-O-W Workshop: Step Out of Overwhelm, Blocks, Scattered Thinking for More Grace-Filled Living
|July 21, 2012|
|10:00 am||to||3:30 pm|
“You wander from room to room
Hunting for the diamond necklace
That is already around your neck!”
Is the only thing standing between you and an easier, happier and more abundant life….YOU?Changes and challenges can make us feel overwhelmed, blocked, and unsure.
I’ve created a fun day of sure-fire ways to get you back into your abundance FLOW!
This is the workshop for you if…
- you desire more graceful living
- you want to quiet your scattered mind
- you’d love to loosen the tightness in your heart
- you need to change the direction of your life path
- you suspect you have the answers but don’t know how to access them
- you accept that a day for yourself will make all the difference
- you’re tired of pushing those boulders uphill….you need an easier way please!!
Choose to experience intuitive, fun, creative and loving ways to get back into the flow of life.
What you can expect during this joyous unfolding of your brilliance:
- Expert guidance
- Innovative and enjoyable processes
- A healthy lunch
- A comfortable retreat-like environment.
- The company of other wonderful, curious, personal-growth inspired souls
- New tools for living brilliantly in flow!
This is your opportunity to transform your daily reality with life-changing insights!
Just imagine how much EASIER your life will be when you know how to shift into your flow anytime.
Just $88 for the workshop/creative play, vegan lunch and materials.
7745 Mary Avenue
Seattle, WA 98117 (Ballard Neighborhood)
What women say about Brilliance Unlimited workshops:
“The most helpful information for me was the differences in how intuition shows up. Knowing I am strongest in emotional intuition, I will pay more attention to how that really works in my day-to-day.” – Linda Curtis, Seattle
“I would highly recommend your workshop to others. I especially appreciated your calm and warm approach. It really put me at ease and I felt that I could really be myself with no censors.” – Lynn Lazaroff, Bellevue