March 25th, 2020 Teleconference

Jayne Forster and Kerri Lake

Addressing Anger With Love

Anger isn’t just one emotion. To recognize it as a mixed-bag of unresolved emotional reactions opens the way to bring love and compassion right into the mix. Compassion for fear, shock, overwhelm, sadness, loss and other strong emotions opens the way to listen to anger in a new way.


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When: March 25, 2019 4pm PDT

Where: Online
Dial-in info is provided immediately after you register

This is a 90 minute teleconference helping you to navigate relationships with an open heart. Anger is so compelling and can be blinding, until you begin to understand its roots. Anger and love can co-exist, until there is no longer a use for the tide of anger. Know the experience of harmony no matter where you are or what's going on around you.

Kerri’s programs in Intuitive Self-Awareness are now being requested in several countries, contributing to the expansion and development of individuals and groups in so many walks of life.

In this event, Kerri will share insight and clarity about this topic and all else that presents.


The types of questions we get to address in these events are, but are not limited to:

How do I know I can trust my intuition?

What is my light-beingness and how do I get to it?

How do I help others feel light as well?

How do I create relationships without judgment?

How do I listen to other people without absorbing their energy?

Do I have to always protect myself energetically, or is there another way?

What is the ego - am I the ego?

What is presence?

Is it possible to heal trauma without re-living the experience?

How do I feel joyful when there is so much darkness?

How do I know when I’m feeling myself or someone else?

Why are we here?

How do I live from my heart?

What is the heart?

How is animal consciousness different than human consciousness?

Can I be the person my dog thinks I am?

Can the mind ever really be happy?

Do I have to destroy the ego to be happy?

How do I know which professional to trust, or which advice is best for me?

Can I truly reclaim myself from past experiences?

What does it mean to “be human differently?”