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Living in a Sacred Dimension One-Day Workshop at Arboretum

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Living in a Sacred Dimension: Dowsing, Feng Shui and Self-Empowerment is a one-day workshop hosted by Carole Hyder, Dawn Morningstar and Annette Rugolo, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., on April 28, at the Arboretum, in Chaska.

The day’s events will consist of a positive and transformational program including a panel discussion; swag bag; vibrant, healthy lunch; inspiring materials; positive connections; and a complimentary follow-up for each participant.

The event’s hosts have over 75 years of combined wisdom:

Rugolo will share how the technique of dowsing can be used to create an enlightened home that supports you and your family in living in a sacred dimension. Dowsing has been used for thousands of years to find and create high energy places on Earth. Living in these high energy places supported entire groups of people in reaching expanded levels of consciousness. These same techniques are now available to everyone who wants to learn the process.

Morningstar helps people align with daily life by recognizing the magnificence of the higher Self, which is the key to living in the sacred dimension. Experience ascending the golden stairway to the upper room of your consciousness, affirming who you came to Earth to be. As you learn the five ways humanity expresses its nature, you attain mastery of the dimensional shift upon us.

Hyder shares how, using your physical space, you can optimize its influence on you, your beliefs and behavior to bring about positive change. You will discover the heaven-and-Earth connection that you and your home provide. This is the connection that enables you to live in the sacred dimension.

“In times of change, it's key to expand consciousness and understanding… and create your plan for meaningful action,” says Rugolo. “We hope you’ll join us for an extraordinary day of awakened transformation.”

Cost: $128 if registered before April 21; $148 after. Location: 3675 Arboretum Dr., Chaska. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit AnnetteRugolo.com/events. 

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