Annie learns from experience

WHEN she was just 16 , Annie O’Brien had a life-changing experience.

Her appendix burst while she was at boarding school and Annie almost died.

“I had a near-death experience,” she said.

“While I was out of my body, I remember saying ‘I have things to do’.

“And I still do.”

From the moment she awoke, Annie began a spiritual journey.

She has since run meditation groups, learnt about auras and qualified as a Reiki and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming)practitioner, counsellor and life coach.

Next month she will be in Maryborough to run a workshop called Exploring the Aura Phenomenon.

“Every living thing has an aura,” she said. “A lot of people are already aware of their auric senses; they are already sensing or feeling things.

“The aura is more than just colour and energy.

“Chakras are a component of the aura and each chakra connects with the others.”

Annie has recently studied with a woman in the United States who introduced to her the concept of databanks in the chakras.

“There are more than 50 databanks of information within each chakra, packed with information about the person. Things like their level of self-confidence.

“It’s a really new field and that is what’s different about this workshop.”

Annie is certain that every person can learn to see auras – even the sceptics.

“It’s something everyone can do. All they need to do is come along with an open mind and have some fun.”

For more information call Annie on 3395 4481 or 0409 644 048.



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