Clearing and Cleansing – ‘Lovely Water Meditation’

Clearing and Cleansing – ‘Lovely Water Meditation’ 

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Just as important as the ability to receive is the ability to release and let go that which is no longer needed or no longer serves us. Learn to identify thoughts, ideas or fears that are no longer beneficial to us, thank and release them. Through a variety of meditations and exercises, we will explore tools to help us release and feel good doing so. Come sit and enjoy an ambiance of water sounds blended with ethereal and light angelic music in a relaxed candlelit room. The focus will be on getting us back to the basics with cleansing, clearing, releasing and renewing. Water helps us do that. Some aspects of Frog Medicine will be covered. The session will be gently guided with lightly interweaving of crystal bowl and rose stone chimes sounds. No experience necessary. The room has couches, chairs and floor cushions.

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L. Leigh Love

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From Asheville, NC, L. Leigh Love is a Certified Intuitive Counselor and Certified Life Coach offering unique services of Creativity Coaching and Angel Reading with Energy Healing Session. She is an accomplished Reiki Master Teacher and Advanced Pranic Healer. She completed the  Mind-Body Medicine professional training program through The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School. Leigh holds a non-denominational ordination. She also has a master’s Physician Assistant medical degree. She uses her intuitive skills in animal communication and offers Pet Honoring sessions. As well, she draws on 20 years of training in Psychology, Spiritual Studies and the Intuitive and Healing Arts. She has a passion for helping clients heal and live their best lives.

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