Discover your inner peace

Philip Ponchet is presenting two lectures at the Crest Hotel, 222 First Ave. West on Tuesday, May 26 at 1 p.m. and again at 7 p.m.

“Listen to yourself, trust your intuition and you will discover a renewed sense of purpose. We have the choice to be happy each day or not, our answers to life’s questions are within us,” says Philip Ponchet national lecturer with the Inner Peace Movement of Canada.

He is presenting two lectures in Prince Rupert at the Crest Hotel, 222 First Ave. West on Tuesday, May 26 at 1 p.m. and again at 7 p.m.

“In the Inner Peace Movement we help people help themselves by getting the facts of their inner communication so then they can make decisions that are in line with their passion,” says Ponchet.

He believes our answers come from our intuition, something many of us tend not to trust.

“We think too much. We’ve been taught to be analytical but when it comes to making good choices for ourselves, thinking alone isn’t going to help, there needs to be a balance of thoughts and feelings to feel successful in life.” he said.

Ponchet credits the simple tools he learned through the Inner Peace Movement community group sessions for discovering his passion in life.

“Once I learned to stay in balance with my head and heart, everything began falling into place. I started following the inspirations and messages I received through inner guidance and discovered life can be simple and fun.”

During his 90 minute talks,  Ponchet will expand on how there are four types of intuition or psychic perceptions; visual, auditory, feelings and dreams. He will share about the team of spiritual helpers we each have to guide us, and how we evolve through seven-year cycles of life. Discovering our purpose at any stage of life can bring about a deeper sense of inner peace and joy.

Everyone is welcome to the public lectures and more information on this educational non-profit organization can be found online at www.innerpeacemovement.ca  Tickets are available at the door.

 

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