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7 Essentials Telecourse

 For you or a friend

 

 FREE 1-Hour Telecourse! With Drew Vogt

 

 
 Do You Have What It Takes
 
 to Be a Medium?   

 

 
 Discover the seven qualities you’ll need to get results
 
 and connect with Spiritual Guides, loved ones, and others.
 
 
 Thursday, April 22, 2010 5:30-6:30 pm  PST (8:30-9:30 pm EST)

 

 Who should attend:

§         Anyone interested in learning how mediumship works

§         Beginning mediums who want better results

§         Anyone discovering their mediumship skills

 

 Mediumship is a form of spiritual communication that expands the heart, mind and
 world of everyone who learns it. If you have the seven qualities it takes to get results,
 here is what this practice will help you do:

 

  • Communicate with departed loved ones
  • Receive spiritual guidance around love, money, work and more
  • Relax, reduce your stress level, and gain peace of mind
  • Feel bathed in love and support whenever you need a “lift”
  • Channel inspiration into your art form
  • Increase your intuitive skills
  • Do mediumistic readings

 

 Register now!

  • E-mail DrewVogtDiscovers@gmail.com and type “free telecourse” in the subject line.
  • In the body, please provide your full name and phone number and briefly indicate                                                                                                                       what you hope to achieve by attending the call.
  • We will e-mail you a confirmation with the conference call number.

 

 About the Facilitators

 

 Drew Vogt, L.M. is a Certified Medium and Licensed Minister of the National Spiritualist
 Association of Churches.  Drew has been a professional consulting medium for 20
 years and has taught the principles and practice of mediumship to hundreds of individuals. 

 

 Dianne Edleman, PhD is an author, business communications consultant, and intuitive
 medium who studied with Drew in San Francisco. She is collaborating with Drew to create
 mediumship learning opportunities that students can access from anywhere in the world.
 
 
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