This event will be taking place online.
Once you have registered for this event we will email you with the access details for our online platform. You will be able to use those details to access the live session(s).
Would you like to develop spirit portraits along with your mediumship?
Learn how to develop drawing spirit portraits and relay memories and messages from those in the spirit world. No artistic ability is necessary to enjoy this workshop.
By practicing and honing the techniques offered you will be encouraged to take away tools to continue your personal development.
After this workshop you may be encouraged to join a specialised group if you wish to take further steps and become a spirit portrait artist.
Equipment required to develop the various forms of art we will explore during this class and June-Elleni’s other psychic drawing workshops are:
Previous participants on June-Elleni's workshops say:
"Fantastic presenter. Full of life, encouraging, engaging, empowering."
"This workshop far exceeded my expectations. A magical, life enhancing day. Thanks all."
"I so enjoyed the workshop with June-Elleni. All I could have wished for in a workshop and in a tutor. Fabulous!! Feel very inspired!! Can't wait for the next opportunity to learn from June-Elleni."
This workshop will be live on Zoom. All you need to take part is a computer with a webcam and microphone.
We have chosen Zoom as our online classroom as it's very easy to download and use. If you do not have Zoom, visit https://zoom.us/ and sign up for free.
On paying for this workshop, you will receive an email giving the Zoom link to access your class. 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 workshop!
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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