Hear Diana tell the ancient story of the great Irish warrior queen, Maeve by name. It is said to be in her favor brings good fortune, but to be out of her favor... ah, that is unwise indeed. This Diana learned when she was foolish enough to think she could shortchange the queen. It was her faery that Queen Maeve claimed, a favorite necklace that floated around her neck on a silver chain. Diana had to let go of the faery as we so often have to let go of something... or someone ... who now longer belongs in our lives. Relax in a guided meditation that helps you release that which needs to leave your life and then be part of the Sacred Circle as Diana gives psychic messages and wise guidance for unleashing your greatness.Sacred Circle Meditations and Messages include an evening of story, a guided meditation for personal and planetary healing, and individual psychic messages from Spirit for participants. Gathering in Sacred Circle helps you to accelerate your growth and manifest your dreams and desires and Sacred Circle helps to alleviate suffering in our world and heal our planet. Author of three books, Diana Rankin has a M.A. from Antioch University in Human Spirituality and a B.A. in Humanities. Her study of sacred expressions of ancient cultures has led her to sacred places around the world. She regularly conducts workshops for private and business groups to enable people to discover a fuller actualization of themselves and their greatest human potential. As a storyteller, she works in the great oral traditions of her Celtic and Delaware Indian heritage by dramatically telling the stories of her ancestors and the world’s legends, myths and folktales. Fun, heartfelt and filled with wisdom, Diana’s stories speak to the greater truths of life while touching the spirit of each individual listener.
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- Sales Rank: #502057 in DVD
- Released on: 2013-08-12
- Number of discs: 1
- Format: NTSC
- Running time: 110 minutes
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