The path to inner peace

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April 27, 2016 1:55 PM

The Inner Peace Movement or IPM is a school of thought coming to Lakeland College in Lloydminster.
The messenger is Judy Guido, a national speaker with IPM from Oyama, British Columbia who will lead two 90 minute talks on how to find peace within yourself on May 3.
IPM of Canada is a community-based, personal development program with a focus on  strengthening inner guidance, family relationships and greater service to the community.
“Inner Peace Movement is a non-profit education program to help people to learn to develop their confidence and to help themselves,” said Guido.
“It gives people techniques to navigate smoothly through life.”
Guido’s presentations will take place at the Lloydminster campus at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. covering everything from managing stress to communicating with our so-called guardian angels.
During her talks, participants will learn simple ways to reduce stress, weather the storm and keep a long range view.  
They will learn about their gifts of prophecy, vision, intuition and feeling and how it feels to be in the right place at the right time. 
Guido relied on her own intuition to choose Lloydminster to spread the IPM message of internal peace.
“There’s a lot of people involved in Edmonton area and it’s just time to expand out,” she said.
“Lloydminster just felt like the right place to come to.”
Guido plans to be in town that whole week for follow up consultations and workshops.
Admission to her Lakeland talk is $21 payable at the door with a varied turnout expected.
“This appeals to all sorts of people in all walks of life,” said Guido.
“We have business people show up because they want to learn how to become more effective in their business; we have homemakers come, we have people who are elderly. 
“This language is universal.”
One of Guido’s core IPM topics is helping people to understand about balance between their conscious thinking mind and their unconscious feeling mind.
She said when we learn to achieve balance between our thoughts and feelings, then decision making becomes a lot easier.
Guido will also will be helping people to understand their personality types and recognizing that we each have a unique way of approaching life.
“Often if we listen to our hunches, we will find ourselves in the right place at the right time,” she said.
Guido lives on a five-acre orchard with her husband in the Okanagan region of B.C. as a practitioner of stress free living and operating an agri-tourism business.
Her lifestyle helps her to speak from experience about stress management, IPM style.
“Stress happens often when we take on much more than we can handle or we start trying to live our life according to what other people want us to do, trying to please people all the time,” said Guido.
“When we find the core of what we need to do for ourselves, we often find the stress starts to disappear or at least we find a way to manage it better.”
Guido also likes to involve her audiences in exercises to help everyone focus their energy on accomplishing their goals.
She said she also teaches people techniques they can use to understand the energy field around people she calls auras so “they can understand people and where they’re at.”
Guido’s list of IPM topics also includes such things as he keys to physical, spiritual and mental health, life purpose, life after death, and ESP and how to unfold it.

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