Discover your inner psychic with new class at Hunter Library
If you’ve ever felt the desire to tap into the mysteries of your own mind, or just to be able to tell what your boss really thinks of you, a new one-night only class held at the Hunter Library may be just the thing for you.
The library, located at 4740 West 4100 South, will be offering a special course titled “Expand Your Universe – Heighten Your Intuition.” The class, available for free to adults 18 and older, will be held Aug. 8 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Hunter Library meeting room.
Nationally known psychic and metaphysical teacher Margaret Ruth will be instructing guests on different ways to harness the creative flow of the right brain.
“I like to think of this course as offering kind of a sampler platter of ways to get in touch with your intuitive self,” Ruth said. “Different exercises work for different people, so this is about finding what works for you so that you can move on from that point.”
Along with being featured on local radio and television morning programs, Ruth has also written for several local and national publications. In 2010, she published her first book, “Superconscious Relationships: The Simple Psychic Truths of Perfectly Satisfying Connections.”
The mini-exercises that Ruth will be teaching will include visualization techniques, as well as reading tarot cards, pendulums and runes.
“A lot of people have heard of these things, and there are a lot of misconceptions,” Ruth said. “But this will be a great way to learn and understand how these can work. It’s like food for thought—it’s food for your intuition!”
Ruth, who teaches a psychic experiential course and a reading the Tarot course at the University of Utah’s Lifelong Learning program, is familiar with guiding students through unknown territory.
“It is all about exploring your greater self and discovering your potential when it comes to your intuition,” Ruth said. “That can mean a lot of different things for different people, and there are different ways to get to that point too.”