Celebrating Our Loved Ones

All Soul’s Day

Hello Friends!

Today is All Soul’s Day. It is a day to honor, pray for, and be in service to those who have died. Appreciation is a wonderful way to honor and strengthen the connection with our loved ones who have died. Here’s a simple process that takes less than five minutes.

*Bring your loved one who has died clearly into your mind and heart.

*Create a living picture of a Meaningful Memory in your mind and fill it with your love and gratitude and see yourself giving this memory to your loved one who has died.

*See your loved one receiving your memory and watch for their reaction.

What is a Meaningful Memory? A Meaning Memory can include:
–What you are most grateful to your loved one for.
–Why your life is different today because your loved one was in it.
–Notable things your loved one said to you.
–Your loved one’s contribution to you, their family, work, the world.

*************UPCOMING MILWAUKEE AREA EVENTS********************

Five Steps for Creating a Living Relationship  with Loved Ones Who Have Died
Lynn Stull

Monday, November 6, 2017
7pm – 8pm
No Charge

Pathways of Light~Wellness Center LLC
W314 N720 State Hwy 83
Delafield, WI 53018

Soul’s Journey after Death Experiential Workshop
Saturday, November 11, 2017 – Milwaukee Area
9am – 5pm

Hosted by the Rafael Foundation for New Impulses in Music
During this experiential workshop we will explore the journey of the soul after death and how this journey shapes our spiritual destiny to become a Spirit of Freedom and Love.  For more information, please follow this link:  Soul’s Journey Workshop

Coming in 2018:

February TBA, 2018 — Audio Conference Call – Soul’s Journey
March & April, 2018 — Eurythmy & Wonders at the Veil Classes at the University of Wisconsin
April 6 – 8, 2018 — Sacred Gateway, Sacramento, California — Workshop Leader

I am grateful to be on this path with you.  Thank you for your support of this work.  Please feel free to forward this email to friends who respect and treasure this work.


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