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Finding direction in times of change

Sunday, 24th March, 2013 5:30pm
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Finding direction in times of change

Rod Briggs.

By Jackie Keogh

IN these times of massive change, where can one look to find direction? With governments, churches, financial institutions and the social environment falling apart, leaving in its trail a web of half-truths and deceit, it seems an increasingly difficult question to answer.

‘Finding an answer to that question starts with ourselves and our relationship to discerning Truth,’ according to mind sciences lecturer, Rod Briggs, who will be conducting an evening workshop on this subject at The Trident Hotel in Kinsale at 6.30pm on Thursday, March 28th, and again at The Maritime Hotel, on Thursday, April 4th.

The purpose of the workshop is to explore the relationship between lying, worrying, self-sabotage and failure, and Rod will also be explaining how deception impacts on one’s neurology, physiology and psychology, and what people can do to rectify it.

‘The idea,’ he said, ‘is to show people how to stop turning today’s worries into tomorrow’s self-fulfilling prophecies.’

No previous Mindlink experience is needed to attend these two evening courses. People are also welcome to attend his free introductory talk at 7.30pm at The Trident Hotel on Wednesday, March 27th.

Those who have previously attended Rod’s seminars might also be interested to know that he will be conducting Module Two at The Trident Hotel on March 29th and 30th.

There will also be an opportunity for people to experience Module One the following weekend from the evening of Friday, April 5th, to Sunday, April 7th.

For more information contact Mary McCarthy on 027-66415 and 085-1215984.