Exclusive Medical Intuitive Training at DePaul University




Tina M. Zion, a fourth-generation intuitive and an international teacher with students worldwide, is offering a workshop, Become a Medical Intuitive: Seeing with X-Ray Eyes, from October 28 through 30, at DePaul University.

      “Yes, you can learn and enhance your abilities for medical intuition,” says Zion. This information is for lay people, medical practitioners, energy healers, practicing intuitives and mediums, and anyone else that wants to develop their intuitive abilities. Participants receive 15 handouts and a certificate of completion.

      Students get step-by-step guidance to access medical/emotional information; perceive with “X-ray” vision and insights; develop intuitive sight to help uncover the underlying causes of illness; and sense the electromagnetic energy of thoughts and emotions.

      Zion is the author of Become a Medical Intuitive and her next book, Advanced Medical Intuition-6 Underlying Causes of Illness and Unique Healing Methods, is coming out in April 2018.

Location: 2320 N. Kenmore, Chicago. For more information, email Therese McGinnis at HigherSelfConsulting@gmail.com.

 

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