Special class taught by lineage holder
Ipsissimus Dave Lanyon
Everyone experiences some form of negative emotions, be it depression, anger, frustration, self-doubt, jealousy or guilt. These emotions are a drain on your energy and stand in the way of you living a happy and successful life.
There are times in our life when our negative emotions have more impact on us than we might care to admit. These experiences can manifest in many ways:
Do you encounter pessimistic thoughts?
Do you find yourself having a defeatist or cynical outlook?
Does anger, sadness, fear or frustration find its way into your daily life?
Do feelings of guilt, jealousy or resentment linger around your relationships?
Do you feel stuck in an area of your life?
The Releasing Your Negative Emotions workshop is aimed to provide you with the tools you can use in your daily life to:
- Disconnect from the undesired aspects of yourself
- Release anger and/or sadness
- Ease relationship problems and situational issues
- Reconnect with your positive attributes
- Relax your mind and thoughts
- Lighten your outlook toward life and attitude toward others
- Control your emotions, instead of being controlled by them
You have the ability to control your negative emotions and take charge of your life. The power is within you! The choice is yours to make the change and release your negative emotions to reveal the true you inside!
DATE: Saturday, July 25th
TIME: 10 a.m.
LOCATION: Toronto, Canada
PREREQUISITE: Adept Initiation ~ Empower Thyself Program
First 15 = $575 CAD plus tax All spots booked!
16- 25 = $625 CAD plus tax
Limited seating!!! Advanced registration with full payment is required.
**There is no audit price for this class**
Please note your deposit is non-refundable/non-transferable.
Advanced registration is required. Please contact Modern Mystery School Administration to place your deposit:
TOLL-FREE: 1 (877) 275-1383 (in North America)
Booking Cut-off date: Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
No more reservations will be taken after this date.
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