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Climate Change or Consciousness Shift? – An Evening With April Danann

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Join us on Thursday December 12th in Bewley’s Café, for a revolutionary discussion on health, nature and ascension with medical intuitive April Danann.

April Danann is a medical intuitive, bee keeper and ‘natural rebel’ who is passionate about helping people to enhance their health naturally. She produces delicious barrel fermented Apple Cider Vinegar and Herbal Kombucha, and manages to forage, grow and seek out the natural everywhere she goes. She also has a clinical practice in Herbal Medicine and Naturopathic Nutrition in West Cork.

We are thrilled to welcome her for a very special evening in Bewley’s Café on Thursday December 12th to talk about the changing consciousness that both we and the Earth are experiencing. Consciousness is rising, we are waking up on the physical realms of life … and we are not alone in this journey inward. Our rise coincides with the ascension of the Earth.

Climate change? How about a consciousness shift?

April says: ‘Energy medicine, raising the vibration of our cells is not complicated or even difficult. What it takes is persistence, patience and discipline. You have to walk it, take each day as it comes, believe in yourself and most of all – trust your body to do the work.’

‘This is what ascension is all about: A vibrational shift taking place on a cellular level. This is not going to happen when you are eating McDonald’s or drinking water from the municipal supply. How would you expect your cells to shift (permanently) while a continuous supply of poisons are ingested. It is not going to happen.’

‘As an intuitive here is what I am certain about – you must change your diet, you must take exquisite care of your body, and you must carry on even under the most difficult of circumstances.’


Our evening with April will take place on Thursday December 12th, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. Click here to book your tickets.

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