Grandmother's Focus for 2019 (2-hours)

The Year of 'Claiming' | presented by Lori Wilson & Grandmother

Course description

FOCUS 2019

The Year of 'Claiming'


• Join Founder Lori Wilson and her Spirit Guide Grandmother for the yearly 2-hour Webinar that takes a close look at what is in store for us in − 2019. Each year as we ready ourselves for the potential of the new year ahead it is like opening a door to possibility. Allow your plans and goals to be filtered through the lens of Grandmother's  spirit wisdom as she reminds us how to best maximize the coming year.

• In her own words, Grandmother says ... "2019 will be the Year of Claiming. So many challenges exist in us as human beings because you have not been properly ‘claimed’. This affects every corner of your life. Learn here what claiming truly means and how to first, be ‘claimed’. Next we will give you strategies so that you in turn, you can claim that which you want in your life. Claiming has nothing to do with having power. It has everything to do with belonging and optimizing your highest potential. We need you in your highest potential in this year of great forward movement. Moving fast with chaos we have known. Moving fast in a fully claimed and claiming post – we have not yet fully known. This is the year to move as your true self. All else will follow this new level of authenticity."



+ PLUS a fun, 4 - CORNERS OF SUPPORT GAME will be included in the FOCUS 2019 Webinar.  We will send you a short email as soon as you register with instructions as to how to play. You need not participate in the game, it is entirely optional.

As part of this Webinar you will be encouraged to privately define your own 4-corners of support. Meaning ... which 4 people do you know and trust the most in your life? Which 4 people would you include in your inner circle without hesitation? You will think of these 4 people before the Webinar, then place a number beside their name 1 –2 – 3 – 4.  Grandmother will elaborate on what each number means in this dynamic Webinar.   You may wish to invite your 4-corner friends to also be a part of this wonderful Focus for 2019.

+ PLUS when you register, we will also send you a Coupon Code for $25 to use on any intuition-based class you want in the On-Line Class Store ~ valid until March 1.2019.




Our beach at high tide in Port Cartier, Quebec 
where I was first 'claimed' at age 12
 

Lori Wilson &  Grandmother
Lori Wilson & Grandmother
Grandmother is Lori's Spirit Guide

Lori Wilson & Grandmother

Lori Wilson B.A., M.S.W., is a social worker, author, radio show host, trainer and founder of Inner Access 101 and AcccessMarketPlace. Lori has been providing channeling, regression, medical intuition, business intuition and traditional counseling in a successful private practice since 1983. Her background in community development provide the tools and framework for the unique business model for all three divisions of her companies. Lori holds her B.A. Specialized Honours Degree in Psychology and Family Studies from the University of Guelph and a Master of Social Work Degree from Sir Wilfrid Laurier University.

A key influence in shaping the foundation skills and values of Lori’s private practice and of Inner Access 101 is Grandmother, the ancient Shoshone spirit guide that Lori has been consciously channeling since 1989. Grandmother came gently into her awareness through journal writing and has since been a key inspiration to hundreds of thousands through her monthly website focus, books, radio shows and personal appointments.

Much of the material taught in the foundation training, Access Intuition 101 is based on Lori's years of blending firsthand, client-driven social work experience with a solid apprenticeship with Grandmother and the spirit world. The training in Medical Intuition, Business Intuition and Artist Intuition has grown from Lori's stellar application of intuition along with the tracking and sourcing skills that are the signature foundation in all of her intuition-based work.

GRANDMOTHER'S STORY Grandmother Calls The Wind

Grandmother was an Ancient Shoshone Elder that lived in the early fourteen hundreds in the Wind River area of Wyoming in the United States. She
tells the story that Lori was her actual blood granddaughter in that past life time the 1400`s. As she teaches, when Lori was eight years old in that lifetime, the elders received "word on the wind" that they could not teach their children in traditional ways any longer.

She could not teach in traditional ways until Lori "found" her again in 1989. Grandmother has told us all for years that if enough people trust themselves, think for themselves, be good to themselves and choose to be their own ultimate authority ... that the world will become a better place. And so, as she has asked, we are honored to bring Grandmother's presence and words to as many people as possible.

Grandmother has not changed much since her early days in the 1400`s. She is wise, humorous, often firm, and enormously loving. She has no trouble looking into our wise loving hearts and sharing her words of wisdom with us individually and in larger groups.

In her own words Grandmother says that … "The veil between the invisible world and the visible worlds has continued to become much thinner in these last few decades. Those of us who love you from behind life's veil are completely available to serve you, to be a resource and good company as you pause to remember your own power, inner gifts, strength and purpose. While you travel your unique path that none-other can tread, be reminded that you never travel alone. We will be here whenever you take a few moments and turn your heart to the worlds beyond, knowing all of the while that these invisible places are also your own homelands. Be blessed."
AHO. Grandmother

Grandmother's Portrait: Grandmother Calls The Wind © Kiel Wilson-Ciocci
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Reviews (4)

An awesome concept

by Vicky Raff
The idea of being claimed and claiming various aspects of your life really resonated with me.

Grandmother's Homeland had already claimed me

by Kelly Masek
Fantastic, truly...having just finished the two hour webinar, I am a bit speechless. My thoughts and emotions a-whirl in a very good way...I am so grateful to be stepping into this Inner Access 101 community with Lori and Grandmother and all who are participating. The webinar was rich with insight, kindness and humor (I laughed out loud several times!). I appreciated the slides, the organization/presentation of information and the beautiful opportunity to meditate at the end. Also, greatly appreciated the suggestions for other classes/webinars. Many, many blessings to all of you at Inner Access 101 and many, many thanks!! I don't think I've ever been quite so gleeful or hopeful about stepping into a new year. Kelly Masek PS: I was born and raised in Wyoming. The Teton Mountains, as well as the Wind River mountain range, and the Wind and South Fork of the Shoshone rivers claimed me as a child/young teen (actually, I often feel as if the whole State claimed me, even though I never realized until today that that was a way of understanding my deep, deep heart/soul connection with those places...).

Laura and Rita MacNeil know about "Claiming".

by Laura Lagendyk
Hi Lori, Yesterday evening I enjoyed watching you and Grandmother speak about 2019 as the Year of Claiming. Provocative. I will revisit it more than once, I suspect. As I did the meditation I know I have had the blessing of having been first claimed by good parents, then by nature, and then by my spirit helper. As I thought about my own experience, and the one that you shared about the rocks, a song by the Canadian singer-songwriter Rita MacNeil came to mind. It's called the Black Rock. I remember the first time I heard it I thought, "I know that feeling." Given Grandmother's talk, I would now call it 'being claimed'. Here is the link to a YouTube video of Rita singing it: YouTube video of Rita singing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2KKkBTNeR0 I think Rita knew all about being claimed by nature. There are two lines I love: "I thought I'd fill up with sadness and cry, but I sang." And this one: "Now the rock has been worn down by time and by water, and I have been worn down by time and myself." Thank you for the work you do. It makes a positive difference in my life. Laura
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An awesome concept

by Vicky Raff
The idea of being claimed and claiming various aspects of your life really resonated with me.

Grandmother's Homeland had already claimed me

by Kelly Masek
Fantastic, truly...having just finished the two hour webinar, I am a bit speechless. My thoughts and emotions a-whirl in a very good way...I am so grateful to be stepping into this Inner Access 101 community with Lori and Grandmother and all who are participating. The webinar was rich with insight, kindness and humor (I laughed out loud several times!). I appreciated the slides, the organization/presentation of information and the beautiful opportunity to meditate at the end. Also, greatly appreciated the suggestions for other classes/webinars. Many, many blessings to all of you at Inner Access 101 and many, many thanks!! I don't think I've ever been quite so gleeful or hopeful about stepping into a new year. Kelly Masek PS: I was born and raised in Wyoming. The Teton Mountains, as well as the Wind River mountain range, and the Wind and South Fork of the Shoshone rivers claimed me as a child/young teen (actually, I often feel as if the whole State claimed me, even though I never realized until today that that was a way of understanding my deep, deep heart/soul connection with those places...).

Laura and Rita MacNeil know about "Claiming".

by Laura Lagendyk
Hi Lori, Yesterday evening I enjoyed watching you and Grandmother speak about 2019 as the Year of Claiming. Provocative. I will revisit it more than once, I suspect. As I did the meditation I know I have had the blessing of having been first claimed by good parents, then by nature, and then by my spirit helper. As I thought about my own experience, and the one that you shared about the rocks, a song by the Canadian singer-songwriter Rita MacNeil came to mind. It's called the Black Rock. I remember the first time I heard it I thought, "I know that feeling." Given Grandmother's talk, I would now call it 'being claimed'. Here is the link to a YouTube video of Rita singing it: YouTube video of Rita singing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2KKkBTNeR0 I think Rita knew all about being claimed by nature. There are two lines I love: "I thought I'd fill up with sadness and cry, but I sang." And this one: "Now the rock has been worn down by time and by water, and I have been worn down by time and myself." Thank you for the work you do. It makes a positive difference in my life. Laura

Grateful

by Jocelyne Clutterbuck
I am so grateful that this was posted already tonight! I had the entire evening free and was able to indulge.....thank you for expediting this so the we could get on with preparations for 2019! Love it!