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A CLEARING CONVERSATION:

Completing 2020-2021 and Creating 2022 (11-11-21)

FOCUS: WELL-BEING IN BODY, MIND, AND SPIRIT!

DATE: November 11, 2021
TIMES:  11: 11 AM (Eastern Time) AND 11: 11 AM (Pacific Time)

 

For many of us, the last two years have been challenging. Take a moment and think about that in your own experience. What has this time been like for you? How have you changed and transformed? What are you ready to release and complete from 2020-2021? 

What are you ready to bring forth in your life for 2022?

November 11th will mark the eve of the last 50 days of the year and the beginning of the holiday season. How can you prepare yourself to move forward into this season and beyond powerfully and empowered, not knowing completely what’s to come?

We will Clear, Complete, and Create TOGETHER!

—Rain Warren, PhD

 

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Lorraine “Rain” Warren, PhD
Consultant/Educator/Writer

Lorraine Warren, PhD is described as “God’s little girl and the devil’s advocate” because of her ability to listen deeply to diverse viewpoints. She has studied, worked, and traveled to over 100 countries working with corporate, academic, government, education and law-enforcement entities as an educator and facilitator in transformation, cultural competency, and leadership. Recently, she was honored with the Legacy International Humanitarian Award in acknowledgement of having directly impacted lives of over 34, 000 youth and the Josephine “Scout” Wollman Fuller Award, by Psychologists for Social Responsibility, recognizing her outstanding contributions to the advancement of peace and social justice. She is writing a memoir and volume of poetry inspired by her life experiences and research interviewing genocide survivors in Rwanda, Central Africa.

Baruch Bashan:

“The blessings already are.”

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