Anatomy of the Human Energy Field @ Nola Yoga Loft, New Orleans [13 September]

Anatomy of the Human Energy Field


15
13
September
19:30 - 21:00

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Nola Yoga Loft
2042 Magazine St, Uppr, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Did you know that the human body is surrounded by an electro-magnetic energy field called the Human Energy Field? This field is a vital element of the body, as it contains most of the information necessary for us to be alive. Otherwise known as the «aura», the HEF was not measurable until fairly recently, when Kirlian photography and other techniques proved its existence to the western mind.

This field is the origin of all function and activity in the physical body. As such, it is also the seat of any imbalances that may occur, which — if left untreated — will eventually manifest as physical illness. For example, thought is not contained within the limits of the physical brain, but rather exists predominantly in one of the auric layers called the «mental body»; emotion is found in the «emotional body» and so forth.

This workshop is led by Sarah Murray. Her work as a Crystal Energy Therapist has led her to explore the Human Energy Field in depth. Feel free to contact the Loft or Sarah Murray directly with any questions. See Sarah's contact info below:
purehealinginsight.com
[email protected]

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Workshop Cost: $35
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