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Sense and Sensitivity Workshop Wed 10th June

 5 Jun 2015   published by: Kylie Blacksell

sensitive!"……"Some people are really insensitive!"….."I tend to put my foot in it when I’m trying to explain how I feel/ what I think to someone"...."I always know how someone is feeling"……"I wish I had more control over my emotions and what comes out of my mouth"…."I don’t know how to express my emotions…I tend to bottle it all up"…"People don’t seem to understand my sensitive nature"…."I can be pretty persuasive when I need to be…sometimes bordering on manipulative"…..

Is this is you?..... or someone that you know?.......do you want to know more? And do you want to know how to overcome these things? For yourself, or a loved one?

Then join us for an evening that’s all about “EXPRESSION AND SENSITIVITY”….”SENSE AND SENSITIVITY”. Those who have a 3 in their birthdate, or in their Birth Numerology Numbers.

And just a little bit of trivia for you…Jane Austen…the Author of Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice,and Persuasion… was a 30/3! Yes, she had two 3’s in her Numerology. Expression and Sensitivity was her primary life purpose, and I think we can all agree that she did a mighty job of achieving her life purpose in the short time she had. J

I would love it if you could join us.

Just bring a note pad and pen, a pillow to sit on (there are some chairs available if you prefer), and comfortable clothing.

Also, bring a list of all of the birthdays of close friends/ relatives that you would like to look at the numerology of.

Bookings are essential as there are limited spaces.

6:30pm – 9:30pm Wed 10th June 2015

Cost = $5 to cover supper and heating.

Workshops are held at Unit 12, Birubi Chambers, 121 Hawker Pl. Hawker. This unit is right on the corner of Beetaloo st and Hawker Pl. Directly opposite the KFC Restaurant. There is ample parking across the road, next to KFC, disabled parking and access at Birubi Chambers, and a toilet inside the unit.


 

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