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Workshop Looks Ahead to 2018

Amy Theisen

Amy Theisen

Amy Theisen, owner of Infinity Life Design, will host the 2018 Earth Dog Summit, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on November 11, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Plymouth.

Theisen, a mastery-level trained Chinese metaphysics practitioner, will share those changes that will be happening in 2018. Attendees will be provided their Life Chart to understand how the year will shape up for them and learn how to easily incorporate the feng shui changes and activations to key in on the best use of the year.

“Be one of the few to receive potent dates to conduct business, relationship tasks and health procedures for optimal results,” says Theisen, who adds, “These dates are powerful when you know how to use them!”

She will also share the Guardians of Destiny with whom to connect throughout the year as she offers each participant a personal link to their own guardian and how its strength will be affected in 2018. “It’s a marriage of your personal destiny map and your soul,” Theisen says.

“We all receive a map of sorts when we are born,” Theisen explains. “It gives details about our disposition and can even predict life events with accuracy. It cannot, however, predict responses that are generated based on internal factors—free will. This unpredictable part is called the soul.”

Cost: $109. Location: 3131 Campus Dr., Plymouth. For more information, call 612-968-6691 or visit InfinityLifeDesign.com.

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