Identify Obstacles and Signs You Are Close To Manifesting The Life You Desire

Inez Bracy International announced their Self Help event will be held in Pure Living Apartments Conference Center, 740 Savory Place, Heathrow, FL 32746 on March 30, 2019. http://manifestmenow.com

DeLand, United States - March 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Executive Baby Boomer Women looking for the latest information on Living Your Best Life Now can register to attend Manifest ME Now! scheduled for March 30, 2019.

Inez Bracy International is sponsoring this year’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

Obstacles to and Strategies for Manifesting The BEST You Right Now!

Reconnect! – Connect to Inner perfection, with world renowned Life Coach Inez Bracy! This Re-connection workshop is created to show how to be emotionally free, to embrace and create the desired Self. Receive tips, strategies and hands-on exercises to help gain the clarity and focus required to connect with SELF.

Renew! – Feel out-of-sorts? Seeking for answers, but afraid of what might be discovered? Have dreams, hopes and desires that remain unfilled, and long for the energy to accomplish them? Long to transform THIS life by removing fear and embracing answers when they appear? It is possible to improve health, while gaining insight into how beautifully the tri-fold connections of mind, body and spirit respond to inner intentions and the daily nutritional choices made.

Reclaim! – This time spent together is all about what attendees can be and become…if ONLY the right tools were available. This is the coolest part; Dr. Valentine and Dr. Bracy will provide the tools and demonstrate how to use them!

Full details on the event can be found on the conference Signup Page at http://manifestmenow.com .When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the hosts of the event, Dr. Nalani Valentine & Dr. Inez Bracy said:

“We are passionate about helping our attendees revive energy, overcome self-doubt, and know that they make supportive decisions to live their empowered lives their way. Attendees will participate in experiential activities that help to change their way of thinking and being, and open the way for new ideas to flourish!”

The Inez Bracy International website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: http://manifestmenow.com/.

Contact Info:
Name: Inez Bracy
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Organization: Inez Bracy International
Address: 1742 South Woodland Boulevard, DeLand, FL 32720, United States
Phone: +1-386-748-5484
Website: http://inezbracy.com

Source: PressCable

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