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Spring Institute 2015
April 24, 25 & 26


Class Schedule, Instructors
and Class Descriptions

You may take two classes during the Spring Institute.  One class (Track 1) will be held from 9 AM to 5 PM on Friday (April 24) and one class (Track 2) will be held from 9 AM to 5 PM on Saturday (April 25).

Attendance at HGSA's combined Church and Healing Services, Sunday (10:30 AM to 12 Noon) is encouraged for all students.  Student participation is required for Healing and Mediumship class credit.

Participation in the Student Psychic Fair on Sunday, April 26, from 1:30-4 PM is required for class credit. 

Tuition is $50 per class until April 19.  Registrations made after that date will incur a $10 late registration fee.  (If you will have difficulty meeting the April 19 registration deadline, please, contact the Director of Education at hgsadirofed@yahoo.com as soon as possible.) Class availability can not be guaranteed for students who have not registered or made arrangements with the Director of Education by April 19.

Please download registration form here.

Classes offered are:

Track 1—Friday, April 24

Foundations of Spiritualism (G107) (2 units)
This is the basic class for all individuals interested in the foundations, practices and principles of Spiritualism.  The class will look at the pioneers of Spiritualism and the religion today.  The class will also discuss “Spiritual Gifts” and where they are found in the Bible.  A brief examination of HGSA and its history is also included.  This is a required class for all certificates. 
Instructor: Rev. Carol Reed

Healing Theory (H102) (2 units)
An overview class designed to provide students with a historical perspective of healing, including biblical authority, famous spiritual healers and healing guides and teachers.  Student participation in activities is required for credit.  This is a required class for the Healing Certificate.  Instructor:  Rev. Arlene Raedel

Angels, Guides and Teachers Practicum (P634) (noncredit)
This class is designed to provide students with the necessary tools to meet and begin working with their angels, guides and teachers.  Students will be assisted in the meeting members of their inner and/or outer bands.  The class will also provide practical tools to help students work with their own angels, guides and teachers.  It is recommended that you have previously taken Angels, Guides and Teachers (G106).  Instructor:  Rev. Monica Neville

Exploring the Elemental Kingdom, Healing with the Faeries (P629) (noncredit)
This class focuses on the wonderful world elements of the earth, air, fire and water.  It is a study of their special energies:  Earth-the physical, Air-the mental, Water-the emotional, Fire-the spirit.  The class demonstrates the healing properties, affiliated Archangels, Kings of the faerie categories with explanations and handouts.  Exercises involve spiritual practices for seeing the spirits in their elements.  Meditations and outside experience in the beautiful Grove is delightful.  Instructor: Rev. Debra Desmarais

Track 2—Saturday, April 25

Chakras and Psychic Centers (G103) (2 units)
This is an essential class for all levels of students.  Understanding and working with Chakras is the foundation of all mediumship and healing work.  This class focuses on chakras/psychic centers including their location, color, balance and role in spiritual development, healing and mediumship.  This is a required class for all certificates.  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.  Instructor:  Rev. Arlene Raedel

Meditation (G105) (2units)
A basic meditation class designed to explore a variety of meditation techniques such as guided meditation, visualization, active (focused), passive (free flow) and how to prepare to have the best meditations possible.  Learn the role meditation plays in your spiritual development as well as healing and mediumship gifts.  This is a required class for all certificates. 
Instructor:  Rev.  Carol Reed

Physical Mediumship (M203) (2 units)
Gain a better understanding of the difference between mental and physical mediumship.  Learn about phenomena, the laws that govern it and the different types of physical mediumship such as materialization, transfiguration and automatic writing.  This class is recommended for all individuals desiring to attend physical phenomena circles.  This is a required class for Mediumship Certification.  Instructor:  Rev. Julia Kyle

Universal Laws (G102) (2 units)
Study Universal Laws to learn the major role these laws play in healing and mediumship.  Discover the implications of Universal Laws on our daily lives, the role it plays in our spiritual development and the individual's responsibilities in regards to natural law.  This is a required class for all certificates.  (Formerly known as Spiritual Law)  Instructor:  Rev. Bobbie Coughlin

Institute Class Schedule

Friday, April 24
8-9 AM Student Check-In --- Faculty and Staff Meeting
9 AM-12:30 PM Track 1 Class (first half of class)
12:30-1:30 PM Lunch
1:30-5 PM Track 1 Class (second half of class)

Saturday, April 25
8-9 AM Student Check-In --- Faculty and Staff Meeting
9 AM-12:30 PM Track 2 Class (first half of class)
12:30-1:30 PM Lunch
1:30-5 PM Track 2 Class (second half of class)

Sunday, April 26
10:30AM-12 Noon HGSA Combined Healing and Church Services
12-1 PM Lunch
1:30-4 PM Student Psychic Fair

Please register here on the HGSA Website.

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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