Saturday, February 21, 2015

I do hope everyone is keeping warm in this sudden cold weather.  I understand this morning in some parts of Kent it was snowing.  Tomorrow we are back at the Island Of Light holding the fort for our dear friend Barbara Barnes.  The service starts at 6.30 pm and everyone is welcome.  The medium this week is Alan Bray. Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control we have had to cancel the workshop on the Tuesday 24th February at South Woodford Spiritualist Church. Our next workshop at the church will now be on Sunday the 15th March (  The picture on the left was executed by one of the students at our last workshop and it is in fact one of my South American Guides.  I was certainly blessed.  I am very pleased to have it as it is a lovely piece of work.  This young man certainly has the makings of a fine spirit/psychic artists and we look forward to seeing more of his work.  On the 18th of March we are back at Epping with Daniel Naughane leading a taster workshop of Sound Healing with Colour. Then on the 22nd March we will be at The Island of Light with a short workshop "Meet Your Guides and Helpers" plus two more workshops following this, but more details of these later this month.  The dates just for all of your information are the 27th March in Ware and the 31st March at Woodford.  Meanwhile I would like to recommend two workshops both taking place on the 28th February the first at Woodford Spiritualist Church with our friend Judith Thorne - it is called "Mediumship Matters".  Starts at 12 noon and finishes at 3 pm.  Lastly Alex Camies will be doing her first workshop at Stockwell Spiritualist Church (  on dreams and for those of you who are going please prepare a small piece on a dream you had.  Alex will help you unravels its mysteries.  It starts at 12 noon and finishes around 4pm.   A great opportunity to work with a lady with lots of knowledge on the subject.  I have also included another image produced at the workshop of a piece of very simple psychic art, which is nevertheless interesting and the dragon is a sheer delight.

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