The HGSA Education Program will be offering four classes on Saturday, January 24, 2015.
Classes will be held at HGSA from 9 AM to 5:30 PM for the standard fee of $50.
Classes offered are:
Introduction to Mediumship (M101)
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. Facilitator: Rev. Carol Reed.
Beginning Healing Practices (H201)
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 Services will be required if taking this class for certification. This is a required course for Healing Certification.
Facilitator: Rev. Arlene Raedel
Angels, Guides and Teachers (G106)
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. Facilitator: Rev. Monica Neville
Mental Mediumship (M202)
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. Attendance at student
activities is required for credit. This is a required class for Mediumship Certification.
Facilitator: Rev. Bobbie Coughlin
Lunch will be available for purchase in Fellowship Hall.
Students will be able to take one class on Saturday.
Please register here on the HGSA Website.
For further information please contact Rev. Monica Neville, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, include your phone number and email on your inquiries and
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.