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Symbology in Personal And Professional Spaces

Similar to the word ‘symbolism’ which denotes taking action by using symbols to portray a message, ‘symbology’ means the study of the symbols that covertly and overtly hold meaning.

Symbols can be used as signposts to direct you through life, both as signpost to follow and signposts to actually post yourself to let the Universe know, and yourself of course, that this is the direction you are heading in.

The more you practice reading into and using symbols as signposts or signs, the easier it become to become a Brilliant Observer in life, in relationships, in academic arenas, and in your vocation or business.

This workshop offers a number of ways to build your skills as a Brilliant Observer through symbology, or the study of symbols, in a number or creative forms.

Perhaps the most prolific place to search for signposts to guide your thinking, planning, and actions is in nature. At this workshop you will have an opportunity to experience a Shamanic Walk, where you will learn how to listen to and observe natural signs to show you the way.

 

Heather Price has been running workshops in one form or another for more than twenty years. She is a published author and columnist on ‘spirit in life and business’ matters, a shamanic path and practice (SPP) practitioner and trainer, and a wellbeing consultant/counselor, and vision planner.

You can find out more about Heather at www.heatherprice.net

She has an upcoming workshop on Symbology in Personal and Professional Spaces in Brisbane on August 31 2013.

http://www.shamanicpathandpractice.com/brisbane-qld-events.html

 

 

 

 

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