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The Knoxville Intuitive Center: The Basics of Intuitiveness
Monthly on various Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
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February 5th Meeting: The Transmission of Affect
Join Colin at the Knoxville Intuitive Center Meetup for a discussion and guided meditation about the transmission of affect.
This class will introduce basic techniques for recognizing you are experiencing
a transmission of affect, and what to do to stop it.
The transmission of affect is the action of the emotion and reality of one person or group being absorbed by or entering directly into another.
Each attendee will receive intuitive information.
The Knoxville Intuitive Center offers intuitive development training which includes how to see and work with the human energy field. Learn to understand the intertwining of body and spirit.
Participants will receive useful information from a panel of intuitives about their relationships, career, feelings and obstacles, to provide a deeper understanding of the hidden dynamics in their lives.
Facilitator Colin Chipps is the founder and director of the Lexington and Knoxville Intuitive Centers and has taught intuitive development to the general public for over 30 years. Colin was a guest speaker at the International Transactional Analysis Association in Oaxaca Mexico on the subject of intuition and consults with people worldwide. He has developed a unique and accessible teaching curriculum for intuitive development as a form of self improvement.
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Register here: https://www.meetup.com/The-Knoxville-Intuitive-Center/
The Knoxville Intuitive Center is not affiliated with Westside UU Church.
Next Meeting February 5th 6:30
Join us for a lively, friendly discussion about both a fiction and non-fiction selection. Book Club typically meets every other month, on the fourth Saturday at 10 a.m. Click here to see what our book club is reading now. Book Club meets monthly during the summer.
The Compassionate Communication practice group works with actual situations in our lives to find ways to speak our truth without blame or judgement. All are welcome to attend and participate, whether you've ever tried or even heard about Compassionate Communication before. Click here to read a bit more about Compassionate Communication at Westside, and get specific meeting times. Compassionate Communication has ended its rotation for now. If you're interested in its return, contact us and tell us about it. Our Compassionate Conversations follows the CC model and focuses on topics that affect our daily lives. Find out more.