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Become Lighter and Brighter in Sedona

(L-R) Heather Faun Basl and Johanna Davis

(L-R) Heather Faun Basl and Johanna Davis

Heather Faun Basl and Johanna Davis are celebrating this fall with a Soul Shift Retreat from November 7 through 9 in Sedona, Arizona, focusing on transformation and restoration. They help participants remove what blocks and holds them back from their highest potential. The event incudes a group sound healing session at one of the International Reiki Center sites, yoga, group meditation/journeying, three vortex sites and more.

Basl is a well-known spiritual counselor, psychic medium and intuitive healer who provides sessions via phone, Internet and in-person visits. She gives loving care and assistance to bring peace to our Earthly experience. She says, “Get ready to fly! Remove what blocks you and holds you back—become magnificent and great. Realize your true potential—a lighter, brighter you.”

Register at HeatherFaun.com/Sedona. For more information, call 630-210-8688, email Heather@GraceAngels.com. See ad in the Community Resource Guide.

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