Polychromatic Light Therapy Intro

Introduction to Polychromatic Light Therapy
with Dia Lynn, RsD, Certified Light Therapist
Sunday, October 15th
3 – 5:00 pm
3rd St. Center, 520 S. 3rd St, Carbondale

The Human Body Emits, Communicates with, and is made from Light!

Join Dia Lynn, RsD and her colleague Jani Pulaski for A FREE Event!
A Slide Show of Healing Uses and Personal Demonstration of Low Level LED Lights!

Dia Lynn, Certified Light Therapist

InLight Medical Devices deliver Bio Photons of light to the skin through Low Level LED lights in the red and blue and near infrared spectrum. Variable settings increase circulation from skin to bones. The lights are used for dozens of healing applications.  Application is through flexible pads placed on your body for a 20 minute session.

InLight Medical Devices are designed for home use or professional sessions. Applicable for chronic pain management or occasional relief such as recovery from injury or a new approach to wellness. A revolutionary solution for athletic training, circulation to the brain, wound healing and tissue regeneration. Come learn more!

“Light is the medicine of the future” – Dr. Jacob Lieberman

For information or to book individual sessions
contact Dia Lynn at 831-601-3338 or e-mail dia@dialynn.com

Learn more about InLight Medical Devices at www.inlightwellness.com
and
about Dia Lynn’s service in the world at www.spiritofwholeness.com

Suzanne Giesemann in Carbondale

Adventures in Consciousness: To What End?
presented by Suzanne Giesemann, former Navy Commander
and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
now an evidence-based medium.

Wednesday, September 27
7 to 9 pm
Third Street Center, Calaway Room
520 S Third Street, Carbondale

Join us in welcoming Suzanne Giesemann back to Carbondale for the 4th year in a row!

As eternal souls temporarily in physical form, many of us have experiences of connection with higher aspects of our selves at some point in our human lives. These experiences can be transformative on a personal level, with ramifications that extend beyond our immediate circle of friends and family members. Suzanne will provide a look into why and how we can honor these extraordinary gifts of the spirit for the benefit of the greater good.

Admission: $25 per person.
Due to the popularity of Suzanne’s presentations we suggest you reserve your place NOW!
Reservations by e-mail to info@davinikent.org or call 970-618-5879.

Suzanne Giesemann is the author of eleven books, a metaphysical teacher, and an evidential medium. She captivates audiences as she brings hope, healing, and comfort through her work. Suzanne’s gift of communication with those on the other side provides stunning evidence of life after death. Touted as “a breath of fresh air” with “a quality that is so different from others that it is difficult to describe,” she brings messages of hope and love that go straight to the heart.

More about Suzanne at www.suzannegiesemann.com

Beyond Belief with Father Terrance Ryan

Saturday, September 9th
9:30 am to 12:30 pm|

Third Street Center, 520 S. Third Street, Carbondale

Fr. Terry Ryan

Join Fr. Terry Ryan for a morning of presentation and meditation.

There is a belief in God that often fails to change us in any transformative way.  It is the belief in a creed, a series of statements about God.  Many people know about God. This is on the level of ideas. There is a deeper, more intimate way of knowing God, beyond thoughts and ideas.

Through deep meditation, or contemplation, we may be gifted with a direct experience of God as Love.  Religion can convey us to the door, and even open it, but only this deep prayer can take us through to Union with the Divine that carries us beyond our limited view of the world around us.

By Donation. $10 Suggested

Fr.  Ryan was ordained a Paulist priest in 1977.  Before that he had worked in corporate business with an MBA from Columbia Graduate School.  He began teaching about meditation and then the mystics in 1978.  The focus was interspiritual to include Eastern and Western persons and traditions.  Fr. Terry worked in campus ministry in Boulder and Knoxville, TN, as well as a big city downtown parish in San Francisco.  Presently, he spends summers at St. Benedict Monastery in Snowmass, and lives in Boulder and San Francisco other months of the year.

Learn more of his wisdom and philosophy through his blog…. Fr. Terry’s Spiritual Stuff