Archive for Holiday Celebrations
Have You ever felt yourself just going through the motions but not know hat to do?
What if you knew exactly WHAT and WHY is going on in your life and HOW you could make your life easier and more relaxed?
Join us as we speak with Svetlana (Lana) Pritzker, M. Ed., a spiritual teacher, author, energy intuitive and ancient wisdom guardian. Lana is the author of The Ultimate love Affair: How to Find yourself and then Find Your Match. Lana is a gifted healer, Life Purpose Intuitive, a mystical artist and a relationship counselor. Blending her natural psychic abilities, unique healing arts and coaching, she assists groups and individuals in resolving the most complex and entangled issues in their lives.
Svetlana (Lana) Pritzker, M. Ed. is a gifted intuitive healer and a pioneer of cutting edge teachings that address the most difficult physical, emotional and spiritual challenges. She is blessed with many creative expressions and loves wearing many hats. An author, a channel, a mystical artist, and a relationship counselor, she takes individuals and worldwide audiences on a Transformational Journeys Beyond Limits.
Dr. Lesley Phillips is a speaker, author, workshop leader, meditation teacher, healer and clairvoyant reader.
She began her career as a PhD scientist and business woman in the biotechnology industry. However Lesley was always interested in meditation and spirituality and she developed her abilities in parallel to her busy career.
Before coming to Canada in 1998 she trained in meditation, healing and clairvoyance at the School of Insight and Intuition, Richmond UK. She was also a member of The Rainbow Bridge Dream Work Group where, she explored dream incubation, dream re-entry, astral travel, shamanic journeying and dream symbol interpretation. Earlier in her spiritual journey she received much guidance and experienced many premonitions through her dreams, having kept a dream diary since childhood.
Much of her formal spiritual training was at the CDM Spiritual Teaching Center in Seattle, where she was mentored by renowned author and speaker Mary Read More→
- “Who’s going to carve the turkey this year now that Dad has died?”
- “I don’t have the energy or desire to shop, to decorate, or to be around others this year at Christmas.”
- “I just want to erase Chanukah this year. I’ll just feel too empty without my husband to celebrate.”
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, Ramadan, Kwanza and New Year’s Day are annual holidays that can be a very difficult time for people who have experienced the death of someone loved. Memories of good times and togetherness at the holiday season serve to remind us of our loss. Watching others who are feeling thankful and are celebrating when we feel overwhelmed, lonely or sad can be very painful. Holidays force us to realize how much our lives have been changed by the loss of our loved one. Particularly in the first year, many bereaved are left with having to develop new holiday rituals and traditions.