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Summer Institute 2015
June 12-14 - July 10-12 - July 24-26

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Class Instructors
and Class Descriptions

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Students may take five (5) classes during Summer Institute. You may select one (1) class from each Track.

Tuition:  $50.00 per class             

• Track I - Friday, June 12, 9 am - 5 pm
• Track II - Saturday, June 13, 9 am - 5 pm
• Track III - Friday, July 10, 9 am - 5 pm
• Track IV - Saturday, July 11, 9 am - 5 pm
• Track V - Friday, July 24, 9 am - 5 pm

There will only be 7 (seven) hours of instruction during the class session, so an additional hour will be required to meet the criteria for credit. Participation is required in Student Services, Circle and Psychic Fair to complete the needed time. Appropriate professional attire is expected. Come prepared to work.

Class Descriptions <>Track I
Friday, June 12
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Auras (P612) (noncredit)
All living things have energized fields called auras. With learning soft focus, you can assess what your physical eyes are seeing with your spiritual eyes. In this class you will learn how to see auras and understand what these energy fields are telling you in regard to mental, emotional and physical health.
Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Intermediate Healing (H202) (2 unit)
A hands-on intermediate level class in Healing. Students will receive practical experience working with healing energies in Student Healing Services. Students must have previous course work in Healing or by consent of the Director. Participation in the Student Healing Services is required if taking this class for certification. This is a required class for Healing Certification.
Instructor: Rev. Arlene Raedel

Laws and Ethics (G107) (2 units)
This class is designed to introduce basic Spiritualist principles and the laws and ethics of healing and mediumship. It will cover preparation, protection and attitude, attire, appropriate vs. inappropriate practices as well as invocations and benedictions. It will look at ethical, moral, professional and spiritual aspects. Attendance at student activities is required for credit. This is a required class for Healing and Mediumship Certification. Instructor: Rev. Glenn Haddick

Mental Mediumship (M202) (2 units)
A hands-on intermediate level class that focuses on developing message delivery techniques for Spiritualist Worship services (billets, psychometry, auras, flower readings, etc.). Students will learn the difference between Spirit greetings and Spirit readings. Students will be required to participate in Student Services as message bearers. This is a required class for Mediumship Certification. Instructor: Rev. Carol Reed

Class Descriptions <>Track II
Saturday, June 13
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Advanced Physical Mediumship (M303) (2 units)
A hands-on development class that will focus on developing techniques to enhance physical mediumship and the development of physical phenomena. This is an advanced level class for individuals with previous coursework in mediumship or by consent of the Director. Students will be required to participate in Student Services as message bearers if taking this class for certification. This is a required class for Mediumship Certification. Instructor: Rev. Carol Reed

Healing with Sacred Sound (P618) (noncredit)
Explore the power within your own voice for wholeness, higher awareness, and inner peace. Open to all levels of healing practitioners and those who want to experience sacred sound mantras and toning. Discover which sounds uniquely affect your being, along with the history and practice of sacred sound.
Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Introduction to Healing (H101) (2 units)
The class is designed to introduce students to the basic principles, laws and ethics of healing. It will cover preparation for healing, protection, invocations and benedictions. The spiritual attitude of a healer, along with the moral and ethical conduct of a healer, will be discussed. Attendance at student activities is required for credit. This is a required class for all certificates.
Instructor: Rev. Glenn Haddick

Introduction to Mediumship (M101) (2 units)
A beginning level class that will cover the universal laws governing the practice of mediumship, including, but not limited to, the laws of vibration and laws of attraction. An overview of the phases of mental and physical mediumship will be presented. This class is recommended for anyone wanting a better understanding of how and why mediumship works the way it does. Attendance at student activities is required for credit. This is a required class for all certificates. Instructor: Rev. Arlene Raedel

Class Descriptions <> Track III
Friday, July 10
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Advanced Mental Mediumship (M302) (2 units)
A hands-on development class that will focus on developing techniques to enhance mental mediumship, spirit communication and channeling. This is an advanced level class for individuals with previous course work in mediumship or by consent of the Director. Students will be required to participate in student services as message bearers if taking this class for certification. This is a required class for Mediumship Certification. Instructor: Rev. Arlene Raedel

Lightening Your Load (P641) (noncredit)
This introductory class is designed to help you learn how to go within to clear and free yourself from emotional and mental blocks from past experiences. Learn to fully connect with your true Divine self in a safe and supportive environment. Instructor: Rev. Christine Dreher

Sacred Music (E704) (noncredit)
This class will explore the role Music has played in spiritual practices since the beginning of recorded history. It will cover a selection of the vast ways music, in its many forms, is used today to complement and enhance rituals, ceremonies, circles, séances, platform presentations, as well as healing, meditation and church services. Discover how powerful a vehicle music is, to raise vibrations and take listeners to levels of consciousness to easily connect with Spirit.
Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Spiritualist Literature (E701) (noncredit)
Delve into the wonderful science, philosophy and religion of Spiritualism as we investigate Spiritualist pioneers from Andrew Jackson Davis and Arthur Findlay to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Silver Birch. This course may also cover current authors of Spiritualist thought. This class is recommended for all students wishing to learn more about Spiritualism. Instructor: Rev. Glenn Haddick

Class Descriptions <> Track IV
Saturday, July 11
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Advanced Healing Practices (H203) (2 units)
A hands-on class for advanced healing students that will focus on enhancing healing techniques and practices, how to conduct healing circles and classes along with working with healing messages. Must have taken courses in healing practices and techniques, meditation techniques and practices or by consent of Director. Participation in the Student Healing Services will be required if taking this class for certification. This is a required class for Healing Certification. Instructor: Rev. Arlene Raedel

Angels, Guides and Teachers (G106 (2 units)
An exciting hands-on class where you will meet your personal guides and teachers. Learn about the different roles and responsibilities of angels, guides and teachers from a Spiritualist perspective. This is a required class for all certificates. Instructor: Rev. Christine Dreher

Beginning Healing Practices (H201) (2 units)
Students will be introduced to healing by learning about basic healing energies and practices. Students will discuss appropriate and inappropriate practices in healing along with attitude, preparation, attire and protection. Participation in the Student Healing Service will be required if taking this class for certification. A required course for Healing Certificate. Instructor: Rev. Glenn Haddick

Tarot (P603) (noncredit)
Understand the importance of the Tarot cards and how to use them as a tool to have open communication with Spirit. Discover how they offer visual guidance to acquire a higher awareness and understanding of yourself and others. Learn how Spirit can truly speak to you through the Tarot as you practice Spirit-guided readings. Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Class Descriptions <> Track V
Friday, July 24
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Comparative Study of Chakras (G108) (2 units)
As our community embraces the global community, we become aware of the diversity of their teaching on chakras. This is a comparative study of the language and associations connected with the chakras from the four corners of the world: the Red Nations, the European, the Tao and the Hindu. This class may be substituted for Chakras and Psychic Centers (G103).
Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Cleansing Spaces (P611) (noncredit)
Learn methods to prevent disruptive situations from occurring in your personal space, home or workplace, as well as how to bless and protect yourself and the home. Explore methods that clear unwanted energies such as ghosts, poltergeist and entities from dwellings and land areas. This class may also include working with toxic earth energies. Discover which Universal Laws help to cleanse spaces and repel negativity. Instructor: Rev. Jean Avila

Mediumship Development (M201) (2 units)
This intermediate level class focuses on developing message delivery in a variety of settings including psychic fairs, message circles and individual counseling. This class is suggested for individuals wishing to work at HGSA as psychic fair readers. Must have previous course work in mediumship development or by consent of the Director. Students will be required to participate in student services as message bearers. This is a required class for Mediumship Certification. Instructor: Rev. Bobbie Coughlin

Overview of World Religions (G104) (2 units)
Students will receive an overview of the fundamental teachings embraced in the Great Religions of the world and delve into the truths and commonalities of these various religions. In addition, students will explore how Spiritualism encompasses these teachings. Develop a universal understanding and allow oneself to be inspired by a deeper love of God and humanity. A required course for all certificates. Instructor: Rev. Arlene Raedel

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For further information please contact Rev. Monica Neville, Director of Education at hgsadirofed@yahoo.com. Please, include your phone number and email on your inquiries and registration.



Harmony Grove is located in a rural setting with limited amenities. It is recommended that students come prepared with a flashlight for evening activities, flexible and comfortable clothing for weather changes and bring any materials you need for class or for the Psychic Fair. It is also recommended that all students bring at least one change of clothing that is professional and would be acceptable for platform, healing and/or Psychic Fair work.

Harmony Grove Spiritualist Association is open and receptive to new thoughts and progressive philosophies
of Spiritualism. If you are an ordained Spiritualist Minister and would like to serve at Harmony Grove:
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Harmony Grove Spiritualist Association assumes no responsibility or obligation regarding, and does not warrant either expressed or implied, the content and the materials presented in any séance, circle, class or
workshop conducted on the premises.

 
 
 
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