AMOLAD Series

The A.M.O.L.A.D. Series with Lara McIntyre

Are you ready for 2018?  Why not come to some FREE evening events that will enhance your life?  Join me for these evenings that explore life and death topics.

Ladner Pioneer Library
4683 51 St, Delta

Monday February 19, 6:45 PM Life Binders: How to prepare the logistics of dying:  Creating a place for all the important information that makes up your life so your loved ones can complete your death.   What papers do your loved ones need when you die?  What do they need to know to fulfill this passage?  What do you want to have happen?  

Monday March 19, 6:45 PM Discover Your Values and Boundaries: Who’s rules are you living your life by? Often we live our lives automatically from the lessons we learned before the age of 5 from people whom we may no longer agree with.  Define yourself!  What is your life mission statement?

Monday April 16, 6:45 PM MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) Introduction: Now legal in Canada, let’s discuss what “death with dignity” means and how it may affect you and yours.  General information available and contact information to find out more.  

Monday May 14, 6:45 PM An Introduction to Clinical Hypnotherapy:  Does it really work, and will I quack like a duck?  Dispelling myths and explaining what challenges might be improved, altered or relieved using hypnotherapy such as: addiction; fears and phobias; trauma and abuse survival; eating disorders; smoking, weight and sleep concerns; self-esteem and confidence; chronic pain; pre and post surgery recovery; anxiety and depression.  

Monday June 11, 6:45 PM Emotions: Do they serve a purpose other than keeping the tissue companies going? Why do we have them?  What is your relationship with your emotions?  An interesting perspective on the importance of having, recognizing and listening to your emotions.

White Rock Library
15342 Buena Vista Ave, White Rock

Tuesday, February 20, 6:45 pm Life Binders: How to prepare the logistics of dying:  Creating a place for all the important information that makes up your life so your loved ones can complete your death.   What papers do your loved ones need when you die?  What do they need to know to fulfill this passage?  What do you want to have happen?  

Tuesday, March 20, 6:45 pm The Powerful Subconscious Mind:  How the subconscious and conscious mind relate to each other and why we crave, desire, long for, emote, believe, have habits and do the things we do, over and over.  

Wednesday, April 25, 6:45 pm The Selflessness of Self-Care Taking care of yourself can be the best gift you give your loved ones.  And yet, how do you give yourself permission to do this, if you are the type of person to put everything before you? 

Wednesday, May 30, 6:45pm An Introduction to Clinical Hypnotherapy:  Does it really work, and will I quack like a duck?  Dispelling myths and explaining what challenges might be improved, altered or relieved using hypnotherapy such as: addiction; fears and phobias; trauma and abuse survival; eating disorders; smoking, weight and sleep concerns; self-esteem and confidence; chronic pain; pre and post surgery recovery; anxiety and depression.  

Wednesday, June 27, 6:45pm Conflict Resolution: Learn the basics of self responsible language and how to talk to your loved ones AND your unloved ones.  How do we express our needs while maintaining the relationships in our lives to their highest potential?

George Mackie Library, North Delta
8440 112 St, Delta, BC

Wednesday February 21, 6:45 PM Life Binders: How to prepare the logistics of dying:  Creating a place for all the important information that makes up your life so your loved ones can complete your death.   What papers do your loved ones need when you die?  What do they need to know to fulfill this passage?  What do you want to have happen?  

Wednesday March 14, 6:45 PM Discover Your Values and Boundaries: Who’s rules are you living your life by? Often we live our lives automatically from the lessons we learned before the age of 5 from people whom we may no longer agree with.  Define yourself!  What is your life mission statement?

Wednesday May 23, 6:45 PM An Introduction to Clinical Hypnotherapy:  Does it really work, and will I quack like a duck?  Dispelling myths and explaining what challenges might be improved, altered or relieved using hypnotherapy such as: addiction; fears and phobias; trauma and abuse survival; eating disorders; smoking, weight and sleep concerns; self-esteem and confidence; chronic pain; pre and post surgery recovery; anxiety and depression.  

Wednesday June 20, 6:45 PM Emotions: Do they serve a purpose other than keeping the tissue companies going? Why do we have them?  What is your relationship with your emotions?  An interesting perspective on the importance of having, recognizing and listening to your emotions.

Tsawwassen Library
1321 56 Street, Delta, BC

Friday March 16, 2:00 PM Discover Your Values and Boundaries: Who’s rules are you living your life by? Often we live our lives automatically from the lessons we learned before the age of 5 from people whom we may no longer agree with.  Define yourself!  What is your life mission statement?

Friday April 13, 2:00 PM Life Binders: How to prepare the logistics of dying:  Creating a place for all the important information that makes up your life so your loved ones can complete your death.   What papers do your loved ones need when you die?  What do they need to know to fulfill this passage?  What do you want to have happen?  

Friday May 18, 2:00 PM An Introduction to Clinical Hypnotherapy:  Does it really work, and will I quack like a duck?  Dispelling myths and explaining what challenges might be improved, altered or relieved using hypnotherapy such as: addiction; fears and phobias; trauma and abuse survival; eating disorders; smoking, weight and sleep concerns; self-esteem and confidence; chronic pain; pre and post surgery recovery; anxiety and depression.  

Friday June 15, 2:00 PM Emotions: Do they serve a purpose other than keeping the tissue companies going? Why do we have them?  What is your relationship with your emotions?  An interesting perspective on the importance of having, recognizing and listening to your emotions.