The Physiology, Brain Science and Energetics of Spiritual Awakening: Where Pain Transforms to Power, Wisdom and Wholeness – Carolyn Eberle – February 5, 2016

Abstract

Carolyn will provide the latest research on how the false self; negative emotions, even thoughts and beliefs can become actual energetic conduits to reclaim your spiritual wholeness, wisdom and conscious manifestation abilities. During her talk, Carolyn will discuss the transformation process, it’s mechanisms, and advantages such as developing greater self-awareness, discovering one’s life task, reclaiming your spiritual identity and awakening to the deeper reality around you.  Normally you may be tempted to “process” your emotions and life challenges, yet it is now known that processing food takes much of the nutrition out of it.

Carolyn will provide you with a specific formula and practical methods on how to transform your emotional pain and life challenges – so you keep the aliveness within you whole and vibrant. Come receive an awakening formula you can take home and follow so negative experiences like anxiety, depression, grief, negative self-talk and even your painful ego becomes an energetic portal back to a deep sense of wholeness, wisdom and positive manifestation. She teaches you how to shift all three of your mind, energy and body systems into one. She will provide a theoretical background and discuss some of the recent research conducted on this phenomenon.

Eberle CarolynBiography

Carolyn Bucey Eberle is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Energy Healer, Speaker and Founder of the Mind Energy Body School of Transformation.  Her book Explorer’s Mind-A Map To Freedom reveals the science and art of her awakening formula.  She is a pioneer and innovator. Former Washington D.C. policy advocate for the underprivileged, Carolyn has researched and explored the world of healing for over 30 years. She is a spiritual teacher and leader of the deep, profound and magical ways of helping others create true meaning, healing and value in their life. From a young age Carolyn was able to connect to subtle energy and the spirit world. She explains, “I see and sense energy and consciousness within you that illuminates your gifts and the tipping point to your personal awakening challenges.”

Training and skills: MA in Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor, Studied Body-Centered Trauma Work, EMDR, Meditation Instructor, Teacher Training graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, Reiki II, Healing Touch, Chi Kung Certified and brain science enthusiast.

To RSVP for the Friday luncheon please contact: Paul Sperry at paul.sperry@comcast.net or 303-817-2163 (TEXT RSVP is fine!)
Cost for the lunch and lecture is $20, payable at the door. Please let Paul Sperry know if you can come and if you will be bringing guests.
It is really helpful if you can arrive early (11:00 am) to find a seat and partake in the buffet so we can start promptly at 11:30 am.
These monthly lecture luncheons are held at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder and include a gluten-free hot buffet lunch, including both meat and vegetarian choices.

Carolyn’s Coaching Program

This course is designed to provide participants with information for learning to support their own self-mastery (and clients) so they gain the ability to transform negative emotions, beliefs, archetypes, trauma, cancer,  and chronic illness so they reclaim their natural manifestation abilities and can take advantage of all the spiritual-development benefits that come with it.  For more information on training contact Carolyn at: www.mindenergybody.org; 720-530-7621; carolyn@mindenergybody.org

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To RSVP for the Friday luncheon please contact: Paul Sperry at paul.sperry@comcast.net or 303-817-2163 (TEXT RSVP is fine!)

Cost for the lunch and lecture is $20, payable at the door. Please let Paul Sperry know if you can come and if you will be bringing guests.

It is really helpful if you can arrive early (11:00 am) to find a seat and partake in the buffet so we can start promptly at 11:30 am.

These monthly lecture luncheons are held at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder and include a gluten-free hot buffet lunch, including both meat and vegetarian choices.

You may attend our Boulder luncheons two times as a guest, then we ask you to take an SSE membership.

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