Moving from fear to big dreams

This presentation will be for those wanting to create more fun, flexibility and even creativity in life and play bigger

  • Nov. 19, 2014 3:00 p.m.

The Shuswap Branch of the Canadian Society of Questers presents a special online presentation – “Bust Free From Fear and Manifest Your Big Dreams” with Tammra Broughton at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Downtown Activity Centre.

Broughton is the founder of Living Proof Life and has 20 years of experience working in the holistic health field.

After experiencing debilitating anxiety that often left her afraid to leave the house, she decided to seek out the bigger answers to life. She was able to break through this anxiety and manifest the life of her dreams.

Her talks are engaging, funny, informative and provide tips and tools that people can use immediately.

“If you’re encountering blocks in your path to consciousness, and if manifesting the dream seems rather overwhelming, then this presentation is for you, the dreamer, the visionary, the risk taker or the change maker,” says Hugh Tyhson.

“If you have a deeper sense of knowing that your purpose is to serve others and the world in a bigger way but just haven’t found the way to get from here to there, Broughton believes it’s not as much of an outwardly ‘to-do’ kind of change as much as it is an inward awareness that makes real and lasting shifts – and it doesn’t have to be a painful transition.”

This presentation will be for those wanting to create more fun, flexibility and even creativity in life and play bigger.

The audience will leave this talk knowing exactly why the world needs them to show up and why this has never been so important than right now.

To attend the event online, use the link at, or join the questers in the library of the Downtown Activity Centre, at 451 Shuswap St. SW. Doors open at 6:30.


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