with Rev. Lori A. Labelle
Saturday, December 6th, 2014
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Conference Room 5A
East Entrance, then up to 5nd floor, right in front of elevators and to the right
Transformation: an act, process, or instance of transforming or being transformed
: unmerited divine assistance given humans for their regeneration or sanctification
For me Transformational Grace© are the perfect words, if there
truly are any, to describe what happens when this group gets together. It is not a group that sits around to formally
speak of our personal issues or illnesses. Instead we come together to celebrate our unique Divine natures and, to support
with unconditional love what each of us is desiring to create with our lives.
Some come for understanding, some for comfort, some come
for peace, and others for healing on levels that comes from within, and some come simply to witness and be of service
to others. Whatever your reasoning for joining this group, be it once, or a continued experience, you will be welcome and
I can promise you an interactive energetic experience that is unlike any other you have had.
The Gate of Grace is a sacred geometrical formation that I use
in all Transformational Grace© sessions. When created, the Gate of Grace opens a vortex of energy that allows higher vibrations
and beings, such as Angels, Teachers, and Loved Ones to move into the lower physical dimensions and work with you in
several ways. The most dramatic can be in the group Transformational Grace and Empowerment sessions where intent, surrender,
and allowing, can lead to life changing transformations.
It is a blessing, and can be profoundly powerful, not only in your
personal interaction in the Gate, but in witnessing the sacred work of others. It is created with integrity and intention
as a safe place to work on very deep levels, as well as to experience peace, comfort, and joy. I have found there are not
many that can adequately express their experience in the Gate of Grace, for it can be beyond words. Put simply, it must be
experienced to be shared.
We will do our best to accommodate and facilitate all who
come and trust that all will receive what they are meant to, regardless of how they are able to participate. We will be meeting
once a month at DHMC, until further notice, on the first Saturdays of the month unless it is a holiday weekend.
There will be a gifting box. Donations are gratefully
accepted in the hopes of continuing to offer and expand this work, as well as support local charities, of which a portion
of all received will be paid forward.
Bless your hearts!
Notice: I spoke with Security about the parking and we can continue to park outside at the Norris Cotton
Cancer Center, on the left, on the weekend. We cannot park in the Emergency Room lot which is
on the right, or we will be towed. Personally, during the winter I like the parking garage, it's
covered and a warmer walk, even if a bit further. If any of you are questioned you can refer them to me, or say
that we spoke with Mike Yurrick. I have included the parking garage directions if anyone wants to continue parking there.
Directions from Parking garage: Whatever floor of the parking garage
you land on you must take the elevator to the 4th floor and cross into the Doctor's office building. When you enter the building
there will be a visitor's information desk on your left, just beyond that are the elevators. Take the elevator to the
5th floor and step out turn left and walk all the way down the hall to the Conference Room 5A. This might be nicer in the
winter anyway as it will be a little warmer. However, I will be speaking with the hospital about the inconvenience and hopefully
will have something to report when we meet. The Dr. office building is closed on weekends so there might not be anyone at
the information desk but I will do my best to leave a sign or message there.