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Elizabeth Thorson, RN, Intuitive Consultant & Medical Intuitive, brings this highly experiential opportunity to the Big Sky community March 18-19 at Santosha Wellness Center, Big Sky MT. Elizabeth works intuitively in many areas and is passionate about assisting others to develop and most importantly to trust their intuition. This program is designed to allow students to see what their unique intuitive "radar" is and provide the opportunity for practice and validation. We will work with both sides of our brains and address the skeptic within each of us. Everyone has intuition. Some are born hardwired, others just need their wires connected. Intuition is a skill, like driving or skiing & is not a gift that only a few have. Like any skill you have to practice. Come prepared to play and experiment.
A Dog’s Purpose is a new movie about how dogs (and actually any animal) come in and out of our lives, and what lessons they bring us if we stay in tune to them.
I just saw this movie trailer and I believe this movie will truly bring to the big screen what I believe about human life and the animals that come into and go out of our lives. Coming to a theater near you in January (I hope!)
EVERY animal owner and lover needs to watch the trailer.
“I radiate health and vitality.”
About 30 days ago I started a journey of self-confidence, health, and seeking abundance through meditating my way to healthier eating.
I live in Big Sky, Montana, a town where being outdoors is more than just a lifestyle, it’s what we do--some of us all day, every day. We also partake in a higher than average amount of drinking. I love a glass of wine as much as the next person, but in the past six months I’ve noticed that with drinking (nearly every day), I also was eating fattier foods, snacking more, and feeling less focused due to that lack of good food in my life.
With the onset of summer came Farmer’s Markets. I was eating fresh local foods, making salads, but still found myself snacking too much. That’s when I came across Jon Gabriel's 21-day meditation for weight loss. I didn’t feel as though I needed to lose weight, but I needed focused intention to treat my body better. And it worked.