Find inner guidance at seminar next month

  • Feb. 27, 2013 3:46 p.m.

An upcoming event in Red Deer will present to citizens different techniques for following their ‘inner guidance’.

The seminar by the Inner Peace Movement of Canada (IPM) will be held March 19 at both 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Cronquist business centre at 4, 5579 – 47 St.

“It’s about personal development and following your inner guidance which most people don’t know how to access or use to their benefit,” said Inner Peace Movement representative Donna Fuechtman.

Fuechtman said the seminar is aimed to teach people how to trust their intuition and instincts regarding decisions and situations.

“It is innate within all of us and is really about when we are relaxed and following our intuition without second guessing ourselves or over-thinking things.”

During the seminar attendees will hear about the spiritual facts of our lives and the four spiritual gifts that are considered to be in every person.

“It’s a lot like learning a second language.”

The Inner Peace Movement of Canada is now in its 40th year as a non-profit educational program. It is not a religion and there is no joining.

Part of the belief of the IPM is that there are no mistakes in life, simply stepping stones to the next phase and that people’s ambitions and desires are real and must be acted upon to make dreams reality by giving them direction.

“We invite everybody to just come out and listen.”

Fuechtman said people will ultimately make their own decisions but the IPM is simply here to share what they have found works for them.

She said there is no obligation to do what is taught but encourages people to give it a try. Fuechtman added that even if people don’t change their lifestyles drastically, each attendee walks away having heard some interesting facts and having taken part in a great evening.

Fuechtman said it is a relaxed and casual atmosphere of sharing, caring, and learning where no one person is singled out or made to feel like they are in the wrong.

IPM focuses on strengthening inner guidance and the positive impact that can have on family relationships. They teach that as we learn to relax within ourselves we find answers and solutions to put direction in their lives and find more fulfilment.

Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the event and are $15 per person.

During the lecture, attendees will be taught how to keep things in their life simple, joyful and fun.

“Whether you buy in to it or not, everybody walks away having learned something. It doesn’t hurt to just open up and listen.”

For more information on the Inner Peace Movement of Canada visit www.

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