Any Wednesday | Experience a new rhythm to your life
TRUCKEE, Calif. – Deb Kelly, creator of “Rearrange Yourself, A Guide to the New World,” is reaching out for participants in “Any Wednesday,” which is about people coming together to create a great and fulfilling life in a community where everyone thrives.
Have you been feeling disconnected? Are you looking for a change? Do you want to be an active player in your life and your community?
You’re invited to join Any Wednesday to explore new ideas and experience a new way of looking at life.
Here’s what to expect
Quiet the Mind: First, clear those things that no longer serve you. You will close your eyes, breathe and reset your vibes. It’s so darn simple it will take a while to realize the subtle changes occurring in you and the community.
10 Minutes Daily: Learn this simple 10-minute technique that provides a focused relaxation relieving the stress of the day. Brains need a daily rest to reboot, recharge and revitalize.
Tahoe Talks: The second and fourth Wednesdays of the month there will be guest speakers, “TED Talks” style. Get to know your community. The brightest and shiniest stars of this community are talking about their creations and how to create a “Resource of Goodness.”
Rearrange Yourself Talks: Every other week Deb Kelly will teach through laughter, outrageous observations and new stories how to “Rearrange Yourself.” Learn how to find a new reality that works for you, attract health and prosperity, and discover your own guidance system.
Any Wednesday is about creating a conscious community, joining together to clear old habits and thoughts, and focus on living a fabulous life. Imagine while joining together the community is a happily-ever-after place where folks are friendly, laughter is frequent and love is natural. Join us Any Wednesday at For Goodness Sake, Wednesdays, 6:30-8 p.m., with Deb Kelly, http://www.rearrangeyourself.com.
For Goodness Sake is located at 10157 Donner Pass Road, Truckee. Call 530-550-8981.
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