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Christine Duminiak's research and experiences show there is a powerful link between receiving an afterlife contact and feeling at peace with a loved one's passing. Christine's goal in this workshop is to help the attendees recognize an afterlife sign, claim their own signs, and learn how to receive a comforting ADC or a dream visit. Students will learn: 1. 20 Ways Loved Ones Contact Us From the Afterlife 2. Tips For Receiving Afterlife Contacts & Dream Visits 3. Grief Healing Methods
Completion of this certification is highly recommended for all instructors before leading a class at Learn It Live or any Learn It Live site. It covers the basic functionality of the platform and virtual classroom. Total estimated time to complete is 25-40 minutes.
When the world feels chaotic and you're seeking quiet in the storm, a spiritual journal can help process feelings and thoughts. A journal can also be a path to nurture your faith through interactive prayer. Participants will explore many ways to journal going beyond the written word to use images, color and other collage techniques. This participatory workshop will inspire attendees through guided prompts and images to start their own spiritual journal or renew their own writing practice. MATERIALS: Journal, pen or pencils, scissors, glue, collage material
Fatigue, burnout, and illness are becoming more prevalent in our fast-paced world where our personal, professional, and philanthropic schedules are both fuller and more demanding. Meditation is a centuries old practice that brings peace, rest, and rejuvenation to our bodies, allowing us to live with more passion, productivity, and purpose. This beginner class provides a brief overview of the benefits of meditation, tips for incorporating meditation into your busy day, and a brief meditation session where you will learn basic skills to begin your own meditation practice, one that helps you help yourself when you need it most.
INSTRUCTOR: Chelsea Hanson DESCRIPTION: This unique, how-to workshop shows you how to remember beloved people using joyful ways to carry forward their love, spirit and memory in daily life. Not only is this workshop filled with a rich treasury of ideas and projects to inspire you to creatively include your loved ones in daily life, but also provides grief healing. You will be empowered to know you have the right to share memories, treasure stories, and carry on the legacy and rich heritage of your beloved. The workshop highlights how to: 1. Maintain the continuing bonds with the deceased and keep their spirit close to your heart 2. Share the spirit of a loved one with new traditions and tangible methods 3. Keep memories alive in daily life. You are introduced to creative, inspiring ways to embrace memories with meaning and joy. You learn to use creative commemorative ideas such as: unique keepsake boxes, hope chests, memory frames and photo walls, remembrance books, memorial trees and gardens, and memorial funds and fundraisers. You are encouraged to respect and publicly celebrate a loved one through ritual, memorialization, and personally significant approaches in a way that works for you, not what others think or expect.
In this training session, we will view the virtual classroom and learn how to use it and its tools effectively as an instructor.
INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Gloria Horsley & Dr. Heidi Horsley DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn about the most current research on hope after loss, and will be provided with inspirational stories from Open to Hope cable television and radio show guests, and personal experiences that support the research and show that despite profound loss, people can and do find hope and happiness again. LEARN TO IDENTIFY: 1. 10 tips for helping clients take care of themselves 2. Identify practical means of instilling hope by teaching the bereaved skills for healing and thriving 3. Identify special considerations when offering support and how this can be used to stabilize clients 4. Best practices for finding hope after loss