This event will be taking place online.
Once you have purchased this event we will email with the details for the online platform to access the event. You'll be able to use those details to access the live sessions.
Would you like to see the faces of your loved ones in spirit and those that have passed over?
In what will be an enchanting and visionary evening, June-Elleni will call upon her mediumistic gifts and draw portraits of loved ones in spirit, using her iPad as her drawing board. As June-Elleni connects with spirit, you will be able to see faces of loved ones appearing on your screen and have the opportunity to interact if you recognise the face being drawn. June-Elleni will also sensitively communicate and share the memories of those she illustrates. If your loved ones find their way through, you can also receive an email with the drawing of them to keep afterwards as a precious memento.
This is a live demonstration hosted on Zoom. All you need to take part is a computer with a webcam and microphone.
Download the Zoom app in advance and set up your Zoom account here: https://zoom.us/signup
Join the Zoom Meeting via the link contained within your order confirmation email. Remember to check your spam folder if you don’t receive this confirmation email in your main inbox.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy the demonstration!
June-Elleni Laine is a published author and established teacher in spiritual and personal development, and has been teaching at the College since 2002. She draws portraits of those who have passed on, bringing evidence to their loved ones that their consciousness survives. As she draws, she interprets their memories and messages. Sometimes the likeness in the portrait is similar, sometimes it's very accurate. This depends on the loved one’s view of themselves when they were alive and the connection June-Elleni makes with them.
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