Manifesting a Soulmate with Arielle Ford




Arielle Ford

Arielle Ford, bestselling author of the Soulmate Secret: Manifest the Love of Your Life with the Law of Attraction, will conduct a daylong workshop, Manifesting a Soulmate, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., April 27, at Infinity Foundation, in Highland Park. Participants will engage in a hands-on, content-rich focus on forgiveness and powerful techniques to create the partner of their dreams, important things to do to prepare heart, mind and spirit, and how to prepare the home to receive a soulmate. 

       Ford will show how to have a lifetime of happiness and love by practicing powerful rituals and processes designed to manifest a soulmate. Attendees will discover the best ways to meet, date and mate potential partners. Transformational rituals and other energetic shifting will empower them to create and attract the perfect partner; prepare a soulmate wish list and engage in a release ritual; and renew the intention to manifest a soulmate with a new perspective, ability and certainty.

 

Cost is $110. CEUs for 14 professionals available. Location: 1280 Old Skokie Rd., Highland Park. For more information and registration, visit InfinityFoundation.org.

 

 

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