LILY DALE - Two special events presented by Colette Baron-Reid and Sandra Taylor are scheduled Friday and Saturday the week of July 30 in Lily Dale.
"Messages From Spirit: Love Never Dies" is the topic the two spiritual counselors and authors will present Friday, Aug 3, from 7 to 10 p.m. in the auditorium. Throughout the evening, many selected audience members will receive spiritual messages from Baron-Reid or Taylor. The two will teach participants how to unlock the doors to the energy realm and make the power of spirit a significant part of daily life. They will reveal how to live a life that is "awake and authentic," and to create a reality that is spiritual, deliberate and meaningful.
Baron-Reid and Sandra will present "Quantum Prosperity and Spirit Power" Saturday, Aug. 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the auditorium. They will explain how the invisible threads connecting everyone to the abundance of the universe may be accessed effortlessly. They also will share methods to access that energy and the wisdom of one's personal spirit to dramatically accelerate the fulfillment of one's dreams. Moreover, they will explain how to access the higher self and the unlimited information field. Some audience members will receive messages from Baron-Reid or Taylor.
Pre-registration is highly recommended for each of these events. There is an admission change.
Baron-Reid is an internationally renowned intuitive counselor, educator and best-selling author. She is a powerful motivational speaker, acclaimed performer, storyteller and recording artist. One of her books, "The Map," and companion oracle cards "The Enchanted Map Oracle," have been translated into 18 languages.
Taylor is the New York Times best-selling author of "Quantum Success, Truth, Triumph and Transformation," and "Secrets of Attraction." She is known for her inspiring processes and life changing techniques incorporating consciousness, karma, and energy into personal transformation. Her book, "The Hidden Power of Your Past Lives," is her most recent of six titles available in 25 languages across the globe. She may be heard Mondays at www.hayhouseradio.com.
On Wednesday, Aug, 1, Ann McClain Roher will present a workshop entitled "The Seneca Wolf Clan Cycles of Truth," from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Assembly Hall. There is an admission fee and pre-registration is recommended.
Roher will express the teachings of Twylah Nitsch, elder of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge of the Senecas. Roher will explain the significance of the Cycles of Truth site on the Lily Dale grounds near the Maplewood Hotel. She will show how to use the cycles and also the nature spirits to enlighten individual challenges which are faced on one's Earth Walk. Roher will donate the proceeds from this workshop to benefit the Lily Dale Assembly and also the Seneca Indian Historical Society.
Roher has spent decades studying Native American philosophy and the natural world from a spiritual perspective, spurred by her emergence as a breast cancer survivor. She was a student of Twylah Nitsch and adopted into the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge.
Other presentations during this week include: July 30, "Link! Creative Journaling with Inspiration From Spirit," Mary Maass; July 30, "Perceptions - The Force and You," Tom Rugani; July 30 through Aug. 3, "Psychic Investigation Intensive," Linda Kay DeJesus; July 31, "The Physicist, The Shaman and the Intuitive," Bill Russell; July 31, "Joyful and Creative Expression Through Your Spiritual Gifts," Joanne Franchina, Jaccolin Franchina and Meredith Melvin; Aug. 1, Astrology RoundTable, "Unfinished Business," Donna VanToen; Aug. 1, Spirit Walk Through Lily Dale (9:30 to 11:30 p.m.); Aug. 2, "Your Divine Potential Is Within You," Jan Hauenstein and Judi Bar; Aug. 2, "Energy Intuitive," Cara Seekings; Aug. 4, Special Spirit Walk Through Lily Dale (9:30 p.m. to midnight), enhanced with costumed actors and drama; Aug. 5 through 10, "Healing Mastery, Part II," Tom Cratsley; Aug. 5, "Mediumship - Defined/Refined," Sharon Golsby, Randi Jacobs and Angie Morra.
To learn more about all of these events and to register for any of them, go to www.lilydaleassembly.com/ or call 595-8721.