Trust your intuition!
, says Philip Ponchet president of the Inner Peace Movement of Canada.
Ponchet believes our answers come from our intuition, something many of us second-guess and tend not to trust. “We think too much. We’ve been taught to be analytical but when it comes to what we really need for ourselves our intellect isn’t going to help us. It has to come from inside, from the heart,” he says. Philip Ponchet is presenting public lectures in Terrace at the Sandman Inn on Tuesday, April 9th at 1:00pm and 7:00pm
He presents lectures, workshops and community study programs to help people trust themselves, clarify their life’s purpose and unfold their intuition.
“Early in my life I found myself experiencing a lot of feelings and not knowing it was my intuition speaking to me so I had no idea what to do about them. I had to learn how to acknowledge my feelings so I could use them for my benefit and help me find inner peace,” he says. But we don’t all perceive the same way.
For some people their intuition comes as a thought or ‘still small voice’ or a visual impressions (seeing an image of how to do something), still others receive a gut feeling and others a hunch or premonition.
How many times in a day do we get an impression to do something, the still small voice let’s us know what we need to do, and if we follow it we are usually successful. It can be as simple as finding the best parking spot or it could even let us know when to buy or sell a house. The Inner Peace Movement program helps people learn to trust their own intuition so it can benefit them.
The Inner Peace Movement is a not for profit community based organization. It was established in 1964 and provides practical down to earth tools and techniques to help people get back to the basics of who they are, to communicate with their inner guidance and to enjoy their life more fully.
Topics also discussed include the power of intent, life purpose, levels of consciousness, balance of thought and feeling, the 7 year cycles and spiritual gifts of communication.
Philip Ponchet will be presenting introductory talks at the Sandman Inn in Terrace on Tuesday, April 9th at 1:00 p.m. & 7:00p.m. . Everyone is welcome and admission is $16. For more information go to www.innerpeacemovement.ca