Society for PSI Research and Education

SPRE Presents:

Celebrating Our 30th Anniversary of the Society of Psi Research & Education
The Art of Dowsing
with Michael Hoefler

Thursday, September 15, 2016
7 - 9pm

New Location: Council Tree Library 

Michael Hoefler, an intuitive dowser of over 30 years, will introduce some background knowledge on dowsing, how it works, different forms of dowsing, as well as hands-on demonstrations. We'll be learning how to dowse our auras, our spirit guides, block negative energies, as well as how our chakras spin, how to do a color meditation and a general overview of clearing our homes.
Michael will discuss how he clears energy -- on consciousness and physical levels.  He will demonstrate how he does a reading and how to clear his energy field following the reading.  Whether you're new to dowsing or have been doing it for years, you're sure to learn something new in this field.
About Michael Hoefler:

Michael grew up on the family farm outside the small town of Fleming, Colorado.  After Catholic Seminary training for 2 years and later graduating from CSU, he spent several years farming and studying to become a teacher of Transcendental Meditation.

Michael learned how witch wells, dowsing for water, from an uncle in the early 80's.  He found the art quite fascinating and proceeded to learn more over the years.  After working as an Environmental Technician, opening a gymnastics company teaching tumbling to kids and later as a Farm Supervisor, he decided to pursue dowsing full time teaching workshops and working with individual clients in 1995.  Michael continues to share his gifts with clients across the country.

Michael and his artist wife, Jane, moved to the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of Montana in 1997, so that Jane could be in the open environment of the medicine animals that she drew. 

In celebration of SPRE's 30th Anniversary of presenting metaphysical and paranormal programs for 30 years in Northern Colorado, we will be serving refreshments immediately following Michael's presentation. 
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Program is free to the public; SPRE accepts donations to continue future programs

Council Tree Library
Located in the Front Range Village
2733 Council Tree Ave. 
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Phone:(970) 221-6740
(Located north off Harmony Road, approx 1.7 miles west of I-25)
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For more information

call 970-215-7606 (Linda King) or email


SPRE is a non-profit organization that brings speakers to town for the benefit of the general public to increase spiritual, health and event awareness specific to the times in which we are living.

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