Intuitive Development for Beginners: Part I, w/Angie Hewett-Abt

***This is a two-part workshop. The second meeting is on Thursday, November 29th. Information builds from one to the next, but it is not necessary to attend both in order to benefit.

As we go through life our innate intuition is often put aside in favor of visual cues and our logical reasoning. Conscious awareness of our intuitive self allows us to live lives full of meaning and purpose. In addition to adding flow to our own life, we can use our intuition to facilitate readings that can help others heal and find their true purpose.

In this workshop Angie will help you:

– Learn how to connect to spirit guides and understand their messages.

– Learn how to connect with loved ones who have crossed over to the other side of life, receive evidence from them that they are indeed who they say they are, and properly understand & interpret the messages and guidance they have to offer.

– Learn how to facilitate a reading from start to finish, including how to end the reading and stay on time.

– Often spirit communicates using symbols. You will learn how to understand and interpret these symbols. You will learn ‘how to’ be very accurate and detailed when you are give a reading.

– If you are interested in starting your own Psychic/Mediumship practice Angie will give you several specific guidance to help you do this.

– You will learn all this and so much more. Please join us!!

ADMISSION: Part I only, $30. Part I & II, $50.
You may also pay cash at the door.

Rev. Angie Hewett-Abt, B.A., is Director of Santosha Holistic Center in Williamsville, NY. ( She is a 2002 graduate of Fellowships of the Spirit’s School of Spiritual Healing and Prophecy, receiving her degree in Human Services with a concentration in Counseling and Psychology in 2005.

A practicing medium for over 31 years, Angie currently has her own thriving mediumship and spiritual counseling practice located in Buffalo, NY, where she has taught meditation and intuitive development for over 22 years.