The Emerging Psychic
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If you've ever been told "you're a bit psychic", you've accidentally known things you couldn't possibly know, or you notice a lot of strange "coincidences" and wondered if this was a bit out of the ordinary...come
and find out more.
You were born psychic! All humans are, and we can reconnect with this innate ability.
Being psychic or intuitive is useful for all areas of life, not just to become a reader. Let me share with you stories of people who have used their intuition as a mechanical engineer and also a veterinarian.
Things you might do frequently:
1. You know when someone is about to call or text and who it will be.
2. You are easily affected by other people's emotional states.
3. You just know stuff when you meet someone and can't figure out why others don't know it too.
4. The family has banned you from playing board or card games that involve guessing such as Cluedo (true story!)....
This one day workshop is an introduction, and a chance to meet other intuitive people, (we're 'finding the others')...
It is suitable for anyone beginning on their journey of discovery right through to those who have already been dabbling but would like to meet others or keep expanding your experiences.
We will combine practical exercises with some discussion on topics such as:
-How and why we have psychic ability and how to reawaken it (or keep it alive, or use it when we need it)
-Your own natural or preferred way of 'sensing'.
-The differences between clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience and all the other 'clairs', and how to build your other senses
-How to take care of your energy, and stop being wiped out energetically around certain people or environments
-How and why we can work without any tarot cards or other divination tools
-Why we don't (and can't and probably don't want to) know everything
-The difference between psychic readings and mediumship readings
-Your ethical responsibilities when you "know" something that others don't seem to know or you are reading for someone
And most importantly, how to know you are psychic, so you can stop doubting yourself!
This will be a light-hearted day of exploring your abilities in a fun and safe environment, with a small group of intuitive people, so you can stop fearing this side of yourself and start opening to accepting it.
All welcome including: Neurodiverse people, LGBQTIA+ community, those with allergies and food sensitivities, English as an additional language. If you have special needs, or sensitivities that you would like me to be aware of before we start, please message.
Bring a pen and book to take notes (and for some homework- believe me, this will be just the start of your amazing journey, you will want to record it!)
Also, it would be lovely if you bring something to share for lunch. Bringing something is optional- not compulsory, and more of a way of bringing community together. If you you have food sensitivities and wish to make your own meal just for you- please do!
Workshop will be in Sale, a small venue to be confirmed.
No prior experience is necessary.
Mistakes are welcome (and necessary!), so be prepared to laugh at yourself and support others.
A brief outline of the day: (subject to change depending on the needs of the group)
10-12pm - Intro- practical development activities- discussion.
12pm-1pm- Lunch (shared or you can bring your own or go do your own thing if you need).
1-3pm- More activities, a Q&A, and a short mediumship demonstration by Zilke if there is time.
Note: This course will not cover developing your mediumship (another time), though you are welcome to ask about it in the QandA.
You will be working in pairs, with people you do not know. This will be part of each activity.
This course is an introduction only, and cannot cover everything. Weekly development classes are beginning in February. To register your interest go to www.zilkedavey.info
Finances: If finances are standing in the way of your psychic development, please contact Zilke to organise something you can manage.