Parapsychology Certificate Course
23-24 March & 13-14 April, 2013
This comprehensive course is ideal for those who would like an in-depth knowledge of the paranormal and would like to learn the necessary skills to become a Professional Paranormal Investigator.
Some of the topics covered include history and philosophy of parapsychology, paranormal investigations, the various types of paranormal phenomena, the role of technical equipment in investigations, geopathic stress, dowsing, vortices and portals, extrasensory perception and psychokinetics, clairvoyance and other psychic senses.
All of the classes will be highly interactive and experiential, focusing on participation and engagement of the students. There will be practical exercises throughout the course and also interaction with SOuL Searchers Investigators. This course will be facilitated by Janine Donnellan who is the founder of SOuL Searchers Paranormal Investigations (SOuL.S.P.I.) and Steve Millard, Case Manager of SOuL.S.P.I.
Location: Soul Searchers Spiritual Centre – Suite 17, 3 Richmond Ave, Sylvania Waters 2224 (southern Sydney, NSW)
Course Duration: 3 modules run over 2 weekends
9.30am – 4:00pm each day.
Dates: 23 – 24 March & 13 – 14 April, 2013
Course Payment: $250 per weekend – this includes manual, lunch and morning and afternoon tea.
To celebrate the opening of the Soul Searchers Spiritual Centre we have a special offer for the Parapsychology classes that commence on 23rd March. If you get a friend to book and pay for the course, you get to do the course at 50% off the total cost. If you like you can split the difference with your friend!
If you have any further inquires about this course or about making a booking, please email Janine or Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re still here…
Well, 21/12/12 has come and gone without any earth-shattering, end-of-world events …or any “ascension” for that matter either …at least nothing that I’ve noticed. Then again, maybe I haven’t noticed anything because I’m not “enlightened” enough? In case you’ve been hibernating in a remote cave (or somewhere equally distant from news reports and Facebook) for the last little while and don’t know what I’m talking about you can read about the 2012 Phenomenon that some (or many) people expected to happen on the December Solstice in 2012. Continue Reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 52,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 12 Film Festivals
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My most recent group meditation in the Royal National Park revealed another of my animal guides. The creature I saw was a white fox, but I felt it looked a little more dog-like than fox-like (well, compared to the general shape of a red fox and what I thought a white fox looked like). I very clearly heard the word “fennec” and although I wasn’t quite sure exactly what a fennec looked like I remembered from somewhere way back in a distant memory that it was a relative of the fox, so I assumed that perhaps this little white beastie looking intently at me with gorgeous dark eyes might have been a fennec. Continue Reading
Over the years we’ve accumulated quite a few fluffy toys; some from my childhood, some from when I was a young adult and liked to collect cute fluffies, some that were bought for my boys and others that came from arcade games and “skill-tester” games machines. The collection had grown ridiculously large and of course no-one has played with any of them for quite some years now, so, after many years of intending to sort through them and discard most of them, we’ve finally done it! Continue Reading
“The Other Side” is 4 years old today!
I wrote the original version of this article (based on some of my previous writings here, “tweaked” and improved a little, with some new content added) for the April 2009 Axis Mundi eNewsletter for “Autism Awareness Month”, after which it also appeared in the May 2009 edition of The Cosmic Cauldron Newsletter (no longer published). It was written at that time with an emphasis on paganism, rather than the paranormal. Naturally I also posted it here on my blog, titled Autism, Psychic Abilities, the Paranormal and Paganism …is there a connection? In June 2010 that blog post was linked to by U.S. online radio station Coast to Coast AM, when they interviewed author William Stillman about Continue Reading