MEET YOUR INNER TIME TRAVELER
A Presentation by Susan Austin Taylor
DELAYED due to weather to Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 6:30–9 p.m.
Unity Center Austin (map)
$5–10 non-member donation appreciated
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Susan will discuss the very real phenomenon of time travel, via astral projection and meditative self-regression, as well as the current tendency toward time slip experiences, also known as time storms, including slips into parallel, or alternate, realities.
Those already skilled in astral projection will learn techniques to plan and carry out past and future time trips. Those not skilled in astral projection will learn how to self-induce conscious experiences.
Special emphasis will be placed on time slips and parallel reality trips, as these spontaneous events are more and more frequently, accompanying the ascension process which is affecting almost everyone.
Susan Austin Taylor is a psychic medium, writer and lecturer. She has taught classes and lectured at venues including The Ozark Research Institute, The Monroe Institute (Houston, TX chapter), The Institute For Neuroscience and Consciousness Studies, Austin, TX, South Texas Dowsers Association and private workshops. For the past five years she has been a regular guest on Dick Metaphysical World and has also been a guest on Dr. Carol Morgan’s show, Walk On The Woo Side. Literary credits include Metapsychology, The Journal of Discarnate Intelligence, The Ozark Research Journal, South Texas MUFON Monthly, Sacred Fire Magazine, The Journal of Canadian Dowsers and other publications.
Her areas of expertise are varied, including astral projection, time anomalies, assisting the dead and dying during transition, personal grief counseling, resolving issues in haunted locations and psychically counseling the souls of active duty and veteran soldiers who have died in combat or by suicide.
Susan has provided supplemental reading material you can read before or after the presentation in the e-book “TIME STORMS” by Jenny Randles.
More information may be found on her website: www.susanaustintaylor.com and she can be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook.