Daily Prayer / Meditation
9.30am-9.45am (Monday to Friday)
Monday: Friendship Group : 1pm-3pm with Andy
Monday Night: Alcoholic Anonymous Meeting: 7.30pm
Tuesday: A Guide to Health and Happiness Workshop (Part 1 of 2)
10am-2pm with Louisa Brown 07800 527892
Tuesday: Spiritual Teaching and Healing Meditation
2pm-3pm with Anne Nyquist
Learning in the School of Life! NO CHARGE
Wednesday: A Guide to Health and Happiness Workshop (Part 2 of 2)
10.00am-2.00pm with Louisa Brown 07800 527892
Wednesday: Steiner based Secret Garden Parent and
Child Group with Ruth : 10.00am-12.00pm
(PRESENTLY NOT OPEN)
Wednesday: Music & Song Therapy : 11.00am- 12.30pm with Anne Nyquist
Wednesday: Blackpool Buddies 1.00pm-3.00pm
Mental Health Support Group – Facing challenges
with shared experiences
Supporting recovery, building friendships, gaining confidence
Blackpool Buddies is Peer Supported
Phone Tom, Group Facilitator : 07717 380857
Thursday: AA Meeting 2.00pm-3.30pm in the Garden Room
Friday: WIZDOM – 2.00pm-3.00pm
Spiritual Teaching and Guided Meditation
with Louisa Brown 07800 527892
Friday Evening: Hindu Kids – Dance Class
A GIFT FROM THE ANGELS
with Julie Holmes
on 6th December at 2pm at
World Healing Centre
476 Lytham Road
Blackpool FY4 1JF
Tel: 01253 343701
Please join me to:
– Dispel some of the myths around Angels.
– Help you connect with them in your day to day life.
– Introduce the 7 Archangels and show how to invoke
them in Love and light.
– Include a meditation to help connect with the Angels.
– Explain how Angels help us every day using recorded
true life stories.
– Answer any questions you may have.
A GUIDE TO HEALTH & HAPPINESS WORKSHOP
Change Your Life 2018
‘A Guide to Health and Happiness’ is a contemporary workshop, available in one day, two day and three
day formats and is based around a visual presentation. It is a journey of self-discovery and self-improvement
How we become the people we are today
How our emotions and limiting beliefs affect our ability to reach our goals
How and why our bodies react to the way we think and feel
How we remove our limitations and become the people we want to be
This thought-provoking workshop ultimately aims to assist individuals to:
Identify and remove the stress from their lives
Let go of past emotive experiences
Gain knowledge about who they are and why they are here
Understand how to improve their physical and mental health
Be happy and enjoy their life
Join the REVOLUTION and Transform your life! For more information or to book your place please ring
Louisa Brown on 07800 527892
Next Session – Monday 14th January 2019: 1pm-3pm
Mindfulness means being able to to bring direct, open-hearted awareness to what you are doing, whilst you are doing it. Allowing you to tune into what is going on in your mind and body and in the world around you moment by moment.
Drop-in sessions are run occasionally.
The session is open to everyone: – to those who have completed the 8 week course and to anyone interested in finding out more about Mindfulness and how it can help you to deal with the stress or the pain of daily life.
There is no charge for this session but a suggested donation of between £3-£5 for the Centre would be appreciated.
The drop-in will be run by Meg Whitlam, an accredited Mindfulness trainer and a member of the UK Register of Mindfulness Teachers.
She has her own experience of living with chronic illness, and personal experience of the benefits of mindfulness in daily life.
For more information contact Meg on
email@example.com or leave me a message on 078115 195974
MICHAEL CHAPMAN N.F.S.H.
Michael will be holding a clinic here at our Centre on Saturday 13th October 2018: 10am-5pm.
He is well known as a healer. His name is often associated with his father George Chapman who was a healer with remarkable skills.
To book an appointment please phone Michael on 01970 832 696
or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information go to his website: www.michael-chapman.co.uk
FYLDE COAST AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
Fylde Coast Amnesty are hosting an open meeting
Voices from Syria
A first-hand account of the Syrian conflict through the words of Syrian refugee and activist
Dr. Haytham Alhamwi.
In 2003 Haytham was sentenced to four years in prison for organising street cleaning and anti-bribery campaigns and a protest against the invasion of Iraq in his home town of Daraya, Syria. He was released from prison after serving two-and-a half years of his sentence following a presidential pardon. Haytham has since been based in the UK, where he carried out a PhD in Occupational Health at the University of Manchester and currently serves as the Managing Director of Rethink Rebuild Society, a community and advocacy organisation for the Syrian community in Manchester.
When? 7.30 on Monday 5 March
Where? The World Healing Centre,
476 Lytham Rd, Blackpool, FY4 1JF
Entry is free and all are welcome.
Please note the meeting is on the first floor and unfortunately, as yet, there are no lifts.