The Power of Intuition Workshop
The Power of the Intuitive Self
Led by Nila Chambers
Sunday 19th April 10 – 4
The Grail, 22 Mc Hatton Street, North Sydney
We all have within us the largely untapped potential of the intuitive self. Nila offers this opportunity to unlock or develop the intuitive self as a guidance system for life. Storytelling, meditation and intuition development exercises will be part of the day as she invites participants to explore the connection between intuition and our Divine awareness. This is a great opportunity to explore your intuitive self in the company of others with gentle guidance, offering practical steps to make it part of your daily living.
Cost: $60 or $50 for Eremos members. Concession $5 less.
Morning tea will be provided. Please bring your own lunch and a notebook.
Booking essential and numbers are limited so early bookings are recommended.
More on the workshop
We limit ourselves when we shut ourselves off from our innate intuitive knowing. The work of reclaiming that capacity has begun as people seek to reawaken this dormant or underutilized capacity of the human heart. Some people gather quietly in intuition circles and others take long walks in nature gleaning a new way of understanding. Others feel an intuitive presence in prayer.
We know that scientific invention without intuitive knowing has led us in some concerning directions. The spirit in us and the spirit of the earth are crying out for a rekindling of this lost awareness….the mind’s eye… the heart’s knowing…the Christ consciousness…that sees beyond the intellect.
The Workshop Facilitator
Nila Chambers has a Master’s degree in Religion studies and is a retired teacher, a lifelong meditator and spiritual seeker. She was instrumental in founding the Steiner school in Cairns, Queensland and a founding member of Ghilgai Steiner School in Melbourne. Nila taught for many years in the tertiary sector, working with long term prisoners seeking university degrees, migrants, refugees, indigenous students and adults with literacy problems. She is the author of ‘The Gift of Intuition: guidance on a healing journey’, a guest speaker, and workshop and retreat facilitator. Nila also hosts the Sydney Northern Beaches Theosophical Society group, co-facilitates Sydney IANDS (International Association for Near Death Studies and Spiritually Transformative Experiences) and she runs a meditation and intuition development circle. Her website is www.nilachambers.com
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