What we're about

Empowering Women Through Spirituality is open to women who want to learn about the meaning and purpose of spirituality and how to apply it to their daily life. My aim is to create a community of women who are looking to expand their uniqueness as a spiritual being through an understanding of the inner workings of the spiritual world; and how we can connect and learn to speak the language of spirit.

Empowered women make a difference in their life and the lives of those they love by discovering their authentic self and allowing the gifts of the universe to unfold naturally.

The meetups will travel deep into the inner workings of spirituality encompassing such topics as: the truth about intuition and the physic sense you unknowingly use, the many minds that drive our actions each day, the foundational force that defines our journey, consciousness and the infinite intelligence that is our reality. How's that for a start? Spirituality is a fascinating topic and new discoveries in science has brought the spirit world closer to home.

The concept for this group was created to bring like-minded people who share a common interest or goal together. Its design is for an informative talk on a particular topic then gel into casual conversations of sharing, question and answers, and other experiences where we can all grow and learn from the spiritual world and each other.

If time allows in our meetups, I thought it fun to introduce the pendulum divination tool I use to connect with those who have crossed over. The spirits that I connect with answer to questions asked of them in a yes/no fashion. If you are unfamiliar with the pendulum and how it works, it will be an interesting experience for you. I look forward to seeing you there.

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Seek an Inspired Life

Morse Institute Library

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Empowering Women Through Spirituality

Morse Institute Library

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