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      November 16, 2019

      Saturday  12:30 PM

      890 57th Street
      Sacramento, California 95819

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      Sac Soul Talks - I AM.Ready for 2020!

      Sac Soul Talks - I AM. Ready for 2020! 890 57th st, Sac, 12:30 - 4:45 hosted by Jg Jg- I am a spiritual channeller and soul messenger, empowering people through personal readings, workshops, and group sessions. My desire is to use these gifts, along with my acting and directing accomplishments, to help others unlock their hidden talents and empower them to find their magnificent higher Self, becoming more nurturing in the workplace, at home, and on the planet. http//www.jgsoulmessenger.com/ Tynya Beverly - was born and raised in Southern California. She considers herself a product of South Central Los Angeles. She is the Project Director for the Sacramento County African American Suicide Prevention Project. She recently retired from being EDD's Chief Learning Office of 14 years with a total of 30 years with the State of California and specializes in Organizational Development. Her specialty includes, Executive Coaching, Strategic and Workforce Planning, Change and Performance Management, Conflict Resolution & Meditation, Diversity, Training for Trainers, and Leadership Development. She is the co-founder of Wizdom Works, a women's empowerment group, producing the Woman Spirit Rising retreats. As the Executive Producer of Real Cream Cafe, a Social Justice Theater Company, producing shows and activities that raise the Consciousness of the viewer. Tynya is a community leader and Spiritual Practitioner in both community well-being and corporate settings. She is currently a Community Chaplain with the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy of Sacramento. Her Soul Talk Title: We are More Than our Story Terre Cerridwyn Busse Woman who dances under the full moonHagWoman on the edge of self-discovery and explorationWoman in search of her wild selfWoman probably a lot like youArtist, Maker-Upper of wild stories and one who gathers women to do the same. Her Soul Talk Title: Alchemy of the Soul - The Power of Creativity Sarah K. Grace - is a powerful and dynamic individual who spent over a decade merging her career as a paramedic in some of California’s busiest 911 systems with her innate gifts as a medical intuitive and clairvoyant healer. Combining Western and Energy Medicine, Sarah spent years studying both physical and energy anatomy while applying her skills in critical settings to thousands of patients as they dealt with life and death emergencies. Sarah is now a sought after author, speaker, and healer who bridges western medicine with holistic healing. She teaches people how to heal the root of their trauma by providing step-by-step guidance and powerful healing sessions. Sarah has worked with thousands of first responders and other people worldwide as they integrate PTSD, overcome addiction, rediscover their personal power, and step into their intuitive gifts. Sarah is a vibrant person who employs quick wit and dry humor to connect with her clients. She pulls from her own experience to lead by example that full recovery from trauma and addiction is not only possible but also that intuitive gifts can be the key to an extraordinary life. Her presentation title: Power Activation for 2020 Bree Luther - Executive Coach | Leadership Development | Forbes Coaches Council | Speaker I Buti Yoga Instructor Bree Luther - is a passionate transformational leader who has a long track record of agility and ingenuity in high tech, startups, wellness, and Fortune 100 organizations. Adept at drawing out authentic leadership at all levels; her integral approach to coaching leads to increased personal mastery, collaborative environments, systems thinking, improved accountability and overall well being. Bree breaks traditional coaching barriers utilizing THE METHOD which locates you in what she calls ‘the daily hurricane,” helping clients create new pathways for success and increased levels of interpersonal and emotional intelligence. Her love for teaching kindles sparks of possibility by celebrating people’s strength, drawing out their personal wisdom and focusing on what’s important. Bree is the CEO of Inspired Science Coaching and an official member of the Forbes Coaches Council. Foundational to everything, she understands the importance of trust, innovation, and leadership within oneself, relationships, teams, and organizations. She creates an environment where people can proceed courageously while embracing growth and transformation. Soul Talk Title: Those Who Dare to Dream Barbara Range - is the Director and Curator of The Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex in the historic Oak Park community in Sacramento, CA. She is also the co-founder of Oak Park First Fridays, serves on the committee of the Sacramento Black Book Fair and serves on the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission "Race and Cultural Task Force". Her goal is to create and nurture relationships with artists, whose art has graced the wall of the gallery. She has a passion for art and her biggest joy and bliss is watching the Brickhouse morph into the beauty that each exhibit brings. Her Soul Talk Title: Black Girl in Search of HerSelf ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Sacramento Soul Talk is a fundraiser for - Compassionate Sacramento Compassionate Sacramento Resolution A Connection Point Compassionate Capital Region is an invitation for the greater Sacramento area. It is a beacon for those individuals and communities looking for others dedicated to building lives and communities upon the principles of universal justice, equality, inclusion and dignity. How Compassion Can Transform a City We live in a region rich in natural and human resources. Over 5,000 non-profit organizations call this region home. We live in the top producing agricultural state in the country. Nearly 30% of the region's population are young, college-educated single adults (9% above national average) hope to build thriving careers and businesses here. These are three of many examples of the region's strengths. But in this strong foundation of giving, talent and natural beauty are cracks and gaps. Our challenges aren’t scarce resources or lack of potential, but how we work together to use what we have to create a community designed for all to thrive. How does compassion fit in? Why are we talking about crops, education and business? Compassion is a guiding principle for all of us in our small daily actions with each other and in the larger community-building decisions that affect all of us. Compassion shifts our focus to find a solution that benefits the greatest number of people while maximizing resources, protecting the environment and preserving human dignity. From a compassionate frame of mind, we can create an environment where community organizations will be inspired to collaborate with each other to get more services to more in need than they could on their own. This approach will not only fill in the cracks, but potentially build a stronger, more resilient foundation for our city. Research shows that practicing compassion leads to many benefits for the individual and ultimately for our cities -- physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially. More and more city leaders from across the US, Canada, and the globe are adopting compassion as a focus for city wide action to transforms cities and transform the world. http://www.compassionatesacramento.org/ Admit One - $40.00

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