Philip Ponchet from the Inner Peace Movement of Canada will host two workshops in Williams Lake Tuesday, June 5.
“The Inner Peace Movement offers people practical tools and techniques to learn how to raise their own level of energy to be consistently positive in any situation” says Ponchet, a national director with the Inner Peace Movement of Canada.
“We need to learn to trust our own instincts and not think that everyone else has the answers for us. We are here on earth to learn, grow, prosper and be happy, trusting ourselves can help us do that.”
Ponchet’s 90-minute presentations will expand on our four psychic perceptions, the inner balance between our heart and mind, the seven-year cycles of inner growth and a demonstration on how the power of intent can move mountains.
Ponchet has been an educator in the field of self-development, for more than 30 years and has inspired thousands of people in North America to believe in themselves and find their life purpose.
He is a down-to-earth educator who believes in assisting others by living the principles he speaks of in his own life first.
His visit to Williams Lake is sponsored by the Inner Peace Movement, an international non-profit educational organization — www.innerpeacemovement.ca.
He presents talks and workshops with tools and techniques to help people create their own success in all areas of their lives.
The workshops take place Tuesday, June 5 at 1 p.m. and at 7 p.m. at the Pioneer Complex at 351 Hodgson Road.
The lectures are $16 and tickets are available at the door.