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Healing Workshop With DeeDee Freeman, Spiritualist Minister And Healer
The love donation for this event is $10. Please bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. Spiritual Healing is a form of Mediumship that uses our connection with the Spirit World to channel healing energy to another person. In this experiential workshop, we will focus on "Sitting in the Power" and Attunement with Infinite Intelligence (also known as Theta or trance state). Inspired by Harry Edwards and other renowned spiritual healers, we then practice Soul Reading and giving/receiving Spiritual Healing. After the healing work, we will finish with a grounding and centering meditation to return us to our normal waking state:) Spiritual Healing Workshop: 5:05pm: Introductions/opening prayer 5:15pm: Review importance of grounding/centering; discuss “Attunement” and how this healing state expands the aura 5:20pm: 15min G.M. (guided meditation) to ground, center and do self healing 5:35pm: Share highlights of the experience/Q&A 5:45pm: Healing prayer and remote healing; G.M. to connect with healing energy 6:05pm: Short break 6:10pm: Soul reading, healing; switch roles 6:40pm: Share highlights of the experience/Q&A 6:50pm: G.M. to close down crown chakra, ground, center and become anchored in our bodies once again 6:58pm: Blessing- Closing words from each person; finish with 3 “Oms” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Interior Alchemy- Psychic Development for Integration of Body, Mind and Spirit Interior- Situated within, or inside; relating to the inside; inner; belonging to a mental or spiritual life; the concealed nature Alchemy- A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination of both; a philosophical, proto-scientific tradition aimed to purify, mature, and perfect objects in the material world; the perfection of the human psyche/soul resulting in one's "Great Work"; achievement of "Gnosis" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ About DeeDee: The Rev. DeeDee Freeman is an Ordained Spiritualist Minister and Healer, Certified Hypnotherapist, Shamanic Counselor and a student of the Metaphysical Arts for nearly 25 years. She regularly serves at Celebrate LIFE! Progressive Spiritualist Community as co-pastor, speaker and spiritual healer. She also leads psychic development workshops, shamanic journey circles and healing circles. In her therapy practice, she uses shamanic counseling and hypnosis to help clients safely examine and release old patterns of belief that are holding them back. DeeDee feels the ability to experience altered states of consciousness is essential for personal growth and self-empowerment, and is devoted to helping people develop their own, intuitive, psychic abilities.- “When we honor our intuition for the quiet, guiding intelligence that it is, we can see all situations with clarity, and be inspired to take life-affirming action”. She truly enjoys helping others learn to enter and navigate the "trance" or “hypnogogic” state, the seat of our intuition/Higher Self. DeeDee was born and raised in San Francisco CA, and has travelled extensively throughout her life. She gained a deep appreciation for the diversity of the world’s cultures by living for extended periods of time in many countries including Greece, Japan, Philippines, Guam, Samoa and Mexico. She currently splits her time between San Francisco CA and Prescott AZ. To contact DeeDee: Interior Alchemy Email: [masked] For more information about DeeDee please visit: Interior Alchemy Website: Interior Alchemy Facebook page: SF Interior Alchemy Meetup: Celebrate LIFE! Progressive Spiritualist Community: Mountain Spirit Co-Op:

Tom's House

179 Burns Ave · Atherton, ca


What we're about

This meetup group will cover many aspects of sound healing: using our voices, overtone singing, crystal singing bowls, drums, shakers, didgeridoo, tuning forks, chimes, flute, piano, and any other instruments that we wish to try! We'll explore singing happy songs, reciting beautiful poems, drums circles, playing instruments, and chanting sounds that are non-religious in nature, like aaa, mmm, nnn, sss, ooo, eee, etc. It doesn't need to be a word that means anything, it just needs to be a sweet sound with good intentions. Making the sounds helps us to establish peace, raise our vibrations, and amplify our energy. And making sounds from a state of peace continues to build that energy, encompassing more, healing ourselves and others, and clearing and energizing the spaces that we occupy.

One example of a group singing together to build energy is Kirtan, a Hindu devotional singing tradition where a leader or one group sings a line and the followers or the other group repeat the same line, back and forth, same line or set of lines, building the energy, building the peace and love. It often leads to a feeling of floating away, into another space and time, a heavenly place, Shambala, the crystal city of light, or whatever name you wish to call it, a gathering of peaceful, loving souls including higher beings, spirit guides, historical enlightened masters, a vastness of beings great and small, celebrating existence and wishing the best for all of us here on Earth. Other examples include drum circles, Christmas caroling, chanting mantras, and other singing that includes repeating phrases like "row row row your boat, gently down the stream", building the energy.

Each sound that we make with our voices naturally has a certain effect on the physical and subtle energies within and around us. The sounds of our voices are best when we are in a state of peace. Peace includes physical homeostasis, muscles relaxed, healthy hormones flowing throughout our bodies, and the highest states of consciousness that we are able to attune to.

When we use our voices for mundane communication it can have a de-energizing effect. In our everyday lives many of us need to use our voices to communicate neutral or uninspiring details, and the worst is when we argue or express anger with our voices. We can find ourselves tired from too much talking, shallow breathing, and our vocal chords can constrict, resulting in high pitched voices with a tone of tension.

A good practice is to use our voices with peace and love in the beginning and end of each day, in any way that we enjoy. This could include prayer, chanting, singing, talking with loved ones (including pets), speaking affirmations, etc. Then, when we engage in mundane communication the voice is received as friendly, comforting, healing, inspiring, and this makes for good teamwork and better acquaintances and friendships. When the voice is filled with love, those who listen want more.

Let's all explore the healing power of sound together!

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