Bridging the Gap®
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5 Phases of 8 sessions each
Things to know when participating in some of our more energy related events.
Some Guidelines & Regulations when attending events held by Michèle & Chakaura:
1: No recording devices allowed in or during the event.
2: Refrain from using perfumes or colognes, heavily scented creams at the event.
3: All cell phones must be turned off & preferably left in your room or in your vehicle during the conference/ event.
4: Please wear loose comfortable clothing. No boots so please bring indoor shoes if needed for event. Avoid tight garments that will not permit the flow of energy. Avoid excessive jewelry.
5: If you feel that you are sensitive to subtle energies please sit on the outside perimeter to your left when facing the stage area.
6: You cannot bring noisy medical equipment into the event.
7: If you have a persistent cough or physical ailment that will disrupt the other attendants, you will not be permitted to attend the event.
8: Children under 18 years of age are not permitted.
9. Do to the sensitivity of topics discussed and taught, you will be asked to sign a release waiver & confidentiality agreement before you will be admitted or permitted to attend any of Michèle’s events.
10. The Elders Rules of ethics are applied at all of Michèle’s events.
11. Because of the quality of energies Michèle brings to her events, if at any time during one of her events you begin to feel uncomfortable to the point that you are very distracted, please let one of our attendants know. We do not believe in unnecessary discomforts; these are old school ideas. If you must use the washroom, please respectfully go making the least bit of disruptive energy as is reasonnably possible.
12 If you feel the need to stand during her presentations, please do by making your way to the back of the room or the outer edges of the room as to not block the view of the other participants
13. We ask that you raise your hand when questions are asked so to avoid talking over each other. Thank you.