Did You Know? Psychic Returns This Weekend!
Back by popular demand, Psychic Sunday returns to Leadville’s Cookies With Altitude – only this time it’s for the whole weekend! Well-known Denver area clairvoyant and medium Megan Riley will return to Leadville on April 13 and 14 for private readings, a group reading, spoon bending and animal communication classes.Jude and Violet Hill showing off spoons and forks they bent themselves! Photo: Cookies With Altitude.
On Saturday, April 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Riley will teach a spoon bending class and hold a group reading at Cookies With Altitude. Spoon bending is a form of psych telekinesis which begins with the belief that everything is energy and involves the practice of transferring energy from yourself to an object and from the object back to yourself. It is the transfer of energy that allows the spoon, or object, to bend or change.
“The benefit of this is that it teaches us in a visual way that we have the power within us to change that which is outside of us, explains Riley. “And if you can change a spoon, then you can change other things in your life, such as your relationship, your checkbook, your career.”
The spoon bending class was a big hit with the kids during Riley’s last Leadville visit in February. Cookies With Altitude Owner Sherry Randall was amazed at how well kids did in the class: “Four kids attended our first class in February and they did better than most of the adults!”
The Saturday class will also include a group reading for all in attendance. Admission is $20 per person (kids under 15 are free). The event takes place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Cookies With Altitude, 717 ½ Harrison Ave. in downtow Leadville. Spoons will be available or you can bring your own. Advance reservations are suggested as space is limited.Megan Riley: psychic, medium & animal communicator in Leadville this weekend.
Then on Sunday April 14 from 2 – 5 p.m. Megan Riley will teach an animal communication class at the Leadville Animal Shelter. The class will focus on beginning techniques of how to communicate telepathically, being present in the moment and understanding and feeling the energy in all things. You can bring your own pet or spend time with one from the shelter. “Sometimes it is easier to start with an animal you don’t know, because our feelings for our own pet can get in the way of us being open to what they are trying to say,” explains Riley.
Admission is $35 per person and a percentage of the class fee will be donated back to the shelter. In addition, Cookies With Altitude will host a silent auction, items will be available for viewing beginning on Thursday, April 12 and the auction will conclude on Monday, April 15. All proceeds for the silent auction items will be donated to the animal shelter as well.
For more information regarding these events, or to schedule a private reading with Megan, please contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. To reserve a spot for one of the classes please call or visit Cookies With Altitude at 717 ½ Harrison Ave., 303-720-3683, or by email at email@example.com.