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JULY 2019 PROGRAMME

MONDAY 22nd JULY 2019

A Powerful Technique To Remove The Negative Imprint Of Traumatic Experiences

Heyoka Dave will be sharing his experience and knowledge of overcoming trauma

Heyoka Dave is the first known Heyoka Empath who asks individuals to use their own mind to delete, for good, any unwanted trauma’d memories – repeated thoughts that, if ignored, create the horrible debilitating depressed, anxious, addicted, suicidal feelings that all of us have experienced at some point in our lives.

After the working with the Heyoks, you will literally be unable to see those unwanted memories for good ever again. This means that, if you are unable to recall those unwanted painful memories, the mind naturally moves on to a more happier memory!!

How does it get any better than that? 

If our mind has no trauma’d unwanted memories and no repeated thoughts creating those bad feelings inside, your mental illness is over full stop!!

 

Issues covered...

  • anxiety

  • panic attacks

  • depression

  • bi-polar

  • anger

  • jealousy

  • addictions

  • childhood abuse

  • suicidal thoughts

  • ADHD

  • OCD 

  • you name it...

The only thing the Heyoka can’t clear is someone’s debt!! 

A Heyoka Empath is a sacred clown or trickster who reflects – like a great mirror – everything in a person that NEEDS to be cleared for good to bring balance to that individual’s mind. 

How does the Heyoka work? He is like a stand-up comedian who names the truth about people’s words and behaviour akin to Robin Williams, Jim Carey or Peter Kay.

In by-gone times, the Heyoka Empath would have worked with the Red Indian tribes in North Dakota just outside of the reservation. The Empath’s job was to keep the tribe grounded, free from being ego-driven, to make sure the people had a balance to their lives and respected, loved  and cared for each other.

MONDAY 29th JULY 2019

In the pub!

Informal meet in the Trawlboat Inn (Weatherspoons) St Anne’s 29th July, 
from 7.00 pm-ish, as is now our tradition. 

Everyone welcome!