Awaken Intuitive Abilities with Heather Faun Basl




Intuitive healer medium Heather Faun Basl offers many opportunities for people to open and awaken their intuitive abilities. She will present a Mother’s Day Flower Power workshop from 1 to 3:30 p.m., May 11, in Aurora. Participants will learn step-by-step how to listen, communicate with the flower and make the essence; and use their intuition to select the essences to make their own personal formula. Materials are included.

       Basl says, “Flower essences offer subtle healing support to our energy field to help balance our emotions, release negative thoughts and behavioral patterns, increase self-esteem, increase our intuitive abilities and connect us to spirit.”  

       At her Light School on Tuesday mornings, different spiritual and intuitive topics are covered over tea. Individuals may become a certified angel healer, intuitive counselor, Akashic records reader or oracle reader through her in-depth, intensive training program.

       Basl hosts soul transformation retreats here and in Sedona, Arizona. The Children’s Energy Academy, in Glenview, offers classes to develop abilities and access light through energy techniques and heart-centered teachings. She also provides fun nights with her Goddess Social every month and channeling messages at Wine and Spirit events.

Cost: $125. Location: 675 Station Blvd., Aurora. For more information, call 630-210-8688 or visit HeatherFaunBasl.com.

 

 

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