Noted Michigan author Chantel Lysette will headline a five-hour symposium on angels from 2-7 p.m. Saturday, June 7 in a special presentation of Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Mysteries by the Minneapolis branch of the Theosophical Society at Spirit United Church, 3204 Como Ave. SE, Minneapolis.
Also presenting are Dr. James Ulness, professor emeritus in psychology from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and celtic harpist Bettie Seitzer, who will perform angelic music live at the event.
Admission at the door is $35 for adults, $45 for couples or families and $30 for students, seniors or Theosophical Society members.
Rev. Lysette, who holds a doctorate in ministry, is an angelologist who lectures and teaches nationwide. Her presentation will include a special angel movie that she produced. She is the author of several recent books on angels, including Angelic Pathways, The Angel Code, and Azrael Loves Chocolate: Michael’s a Jock – An Insider’s Guide to What Angels Are Really Like. During her visit to the Twin Cities, she will be available for personal consultations and private readings as an angel intuitive through Isis Aeyu International at www.isisaeyu.com.
She is an intuitive who consults with the hosts of heaven for insight, wisdom and healing. She was born with the gifts of clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience. Her career focuses on angelic guidance, spiritual light healing, and angelic instruction. Raised with a Christian background, she has studied many world religions and has come to embrace teachings and philosophies from around the world.
Rev. Lysette clarifies that she does not tell fortunes, but opens a channel to heavenly teachers who can help us gain the best spiritual benefit possible, thereby facilitating a more enriched and fulfilling life.
“The angels will tell us what we need to hear,” she said, “not what we want to hear. Sometimes their messages may not always be comforting, as truth rarely is. But truth is what liberates us from the illusions we create in our lives. Truth brings us closer to our creator and the understanding of our purpose here in this existence.”
An angel study group will focus on Rev. Lysette’s new book, Angelic Pathways, from 6-8 p.m. on the first four Mondays in May at 6800 W. Old Shakopee Rd., #316, Bloomington. Call 952.378.1701 for details. Learn more about Rev. Chantel Lysette at www.chantellysette.com.
Our relationship with angels
Dr. James Ulness will speak on “Developing a Living-Working Relationship with Angels.”
He has a unique way of integrating the best of mainstream psychology with Eastern and Western spirituality, the humanistic psychology of Maslow and Rogers, the depth psychology of Carl Jung, the transpersonal psychology of Michael Wasburn and Ken Wilber, Deci’s psychology of self-determination, and the methodology of Assagioli’s psycho-synthesis with the insight of spiritual science.
He also has a unique approach to the study of human nature and the social order.
Dr. Ulness’s work helps people who are having unusual experiences of a psychic, spiritual or mystical nature to understand what is happening and thus better integrate these experiences into their personality in a healthier way.
The Angel Symposium is sponsored by Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Wisdom, the Minneapolis branch of the international Theosophical Society. The event will include free refreshments, and free parking is available in the lot east of the Spirit United Interfaith Church, which is located about three blocks west of Highway 280 on Como Avenue near the Metro bus garage.
The local branch of the Theosophical Society presents regular lecture and film discussion meetings open to the public at Spirit United on the second and fourth Monday night of each month except July and August. For more information, visit www.theosophical.org (and then go to membership, local groups, central district and Minneapolis).
For more information on the Angel Symposium, contact Von Braschler at email@example.com or 651.235.6645.