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Know Clue: Clueing In to Your Intuition

Posted By:  Tina Walker Davis
Date Posted:  2/5/2013

Most people have experienced a “gut feeling” or a “hunch,” but how we act on those experiences varies widely. Can you trust your intuition? Author, international teacher and health intuitive Karen Grace Kassy says you can—if you learn to hone your skills. “Intuition can be used to access new information to give clues and insights to yourself, people, animals, emotions, health, career, decision-making and more,” she says. Her presentation, “Clueing In to Your Intuition,” is part of Deschutes Public Library’s “Know Clue” series of programs and is free and open to the public.

Sunday, February 10, 2013
2:00 p.m. • Sisters Public Library

“We think of intuition as a magical phenomenon,” says Kassy. “But hunches are formed out of our past experiences and knowledge. So while relying on gut feelings doesn’t always lead to good decisions, it’s not nearly as flighty a tactic as it may seem.” In these free presentations Kassy will teach attendees a fun exercise and share accessible research to help them develop the practical skill of intuition, and will tell them how they can use it in their everyday lives.  

Karen Grace Kassy spent the early part of her career in the corporate world. She eventually became the director of the conference division in a multi-million dollar company. Today, Karen works as a life and health intuitive. Through her work, Karen has researched and developed a diverse training program that shares the skill of intuition with audiences worldwide. She offers classes to teach others to develop their own intuitive skill, and has authored a best-selling book titled Health Intuition: A Simple Guide to Greater Well-Being. She currently lives in Oregon.

For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Tina at 541-312-1034.

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