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Sun, Apr 19


The C Suite

Intuitive Magic: The Subtle Senses

Discover the difference between intuitive work and energy work in this workshop dedicated to perception of subtle realms & realities. We'll explore some theories and traditional ideas about the subtle senses and how they are used in a magical or spiritual practice. Let's dive into life's mysteries!

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Intuitive Magic: The Subtle Senses
Intuitive Magic: The Subtle Senses

Time & Location

Apr 19, 2020, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The C Suite, 263 W Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701, USA

About the event

Join Catie Peiper & Julie Skaarup from MoonHaven School of Magic to learn the theories and philosophies behind the subtle realms and the human ability to perceive them!

One of MoonHaven's foundational courses, this workshop will explore the powers of intuition, and how our intuitive abilities have historically been used to perceive subtle realities and non-material worlds and beings. Discover the difference between intuitive work and energy work, and delve into the mysterious workings behind practices of divination, mediumship & channeling, scrying, dream work, past life regression, astral travel, clairvoyance and more. We'll discuss how an understanding and practice of these ancient arts can inform your spiritual practice and your ability to more powerfully manifest the life your soul desires to experience in this lifetime. Bring a journal and a curious mind!

$45 per ticket

About the Instructors

Julie & Catie are co-founders of MoonHaven School of Magic, a pop up of school for the mystical arts in the Maryland and D.C. area. Julie is a certified Yoga and Ayurvedic instructor (E-RYT 500) and seasoned magical practitioner. Catie specializes in teaching deep intuitive practices and magical theory, including self-transformation and manifestation, with over 15 years of experience providing intuitive readings.


This space has comfortable seating, and tea/coffee available to students.

Parking is limited to metered street parking. If you don't mind a brief walk, you could park at the free spaces near Baker Park and walk a few blocks over to meet us on Patrick Street.

When entering from the front door, there is a partial staircase between rooms. There is a back door entrance available to the workshop room that is on ground level.

Please note that we are willing to secure an ASL interpreter upon request, please give us some advance notice.


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