Discussing solutions to life’s challenges

A guest speaker with the Inner Peace Movement is bringing a message of finding inner contentment to Kelowna this month.

A guest speaker with the Inner Peace Movement is bringing a message of finding inner contentment to Kelowna this month.

Philip Ponchet, national director of the Inner Peace Movement of Canada, will speak here Nov. 29, 1 and 7:30 p.m., at the Best Western Hotel.

“Trust your intuition and inner contentment will follow, the experience can have a life altering effect that can be felt to the core of who we are,” Ponchet says.

“We need to explore the potential each of us has within and learn to trust ourselves, not think that someone else has the answers for us or is going to take care of us.

“We all have the ability to sense what is right for us as long as we stay relaxed and listen to ourselves.

“The Inner Peace Movement offers people practical tools and techniques to trust themselves, have patience and find a sense of fulfillment in all that they do.”

Even when it is difficult we can find solutions, Ponchet believes.

Things will work out because when we are relaxed, inspirations will come to us that will help us find solutions to challenging situations, he says.

“If we are relaxed, our inner guidance or guardian angels will give us ideas that will work.”

Ponchet says everyone has guardian angels and that staying relaxed and open is the key to their help.

He is speaking in Kelowna as part of a national lecture tour which has taken him from Nova Scotia to B.C.

The Inner Peace Movement of Canada is a non-profit educational program that offers practical down-to-earth tools and techniques to help people handle the hurdles of daily life and find a sense of purpose and joy in whatever they do.

Admission for Ponchet’s presentation in Kelowna is $16.

For more information see the website www.innerpeacemovement.ca.


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