Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Trust your intuition

Author and medical intuitive hosts seminars

Express Staff Writer

Caroline Sutherland

Is your intuition fine-tuned? Can you see auras or decipher weaknesses and allergies in people just by looking at them? While it is possible to be trained to develop such instincts, for some a miraculous moment is all it takes to open up their abilities. This is what happened to Caroline Sutherland, an author and medical intuitive coming to the valley this week.

As she describes in her book "The Body Knows," Sutherland was visited by "a presence, a radiant being, a messenger ... an angel." This "life-changing event" caused her to discover her medical intuitive ability. A medical intuitive uses their focused instincts to diagnose or read energetic and frequency information in and around the human body—otherwise known as the aura.

Sutherland, a presenter at past Sun Valley Wellness Festivals, this week hosts a variety of events related to medical intuition, beginning tomorrow, Thursday March 16, at Chapter One Bookstore in Ketchum and continuing Saturday, March 18, and Sunday, March 19, at Sun Valley Resort. Sutherland is presenting these events to share her knowledge of medical intuition and to help people to utilize their own innate abilities.

During Sutherland's 22-year career she has worked as an allergy technician for physicians and naturopaths. She is an internationally recognized lecturer, and author of health, personal development and self-esteem books including "The Body Knows: How to Tune in to Your Body and Improve Your Health," and "The Body Knows Diet: Cracking the Weight Loss Code."

During the "Medical Intuitive Assessment/Seminar for Weight Loss and General Health Concerns" on Saturday, Sutherland will tune in to each participant and create an individual medical intuitive program for them. She will then offer in-depth explanations and important guidelines for weight loss and health improvement. She will also explain how to understand the five key menopausal imbalances and how to correct them. She will talk about how to control the yeast syndrome, how to stay out of the cancer zone, how common foods affect us and the underlying causes of fatigue. For the assessment part of the seminar, children are welcome and can be assessed as well, but due to the nature and length of the event, it is suggested they leave before the second part of the seminar begins.

Photos of children or other family members may be brought to the event and will be assessed for the same fee of $99 per person/photo. All personal health issues are kept confidential. A meal should be consumed before the seminar.

On Sunday, Sutherland presents "Seeing Into the Body: Medical Intuition Workshop," which incorporates training techniques that enable "you to develop the eyes to see into the veiled layers of the body and to understand some of its mysteries," she said.

This class discusses the use of intuition from the physical perspective and focuses on the most common imbalances found in the body such as system imbalances, food allergies, digestion, weight issues, hormones and addictions plus the deeper spiritual reasons for these imbalances and options for correction.

Bring three photographs to work with during the seminar. Space is limited. Early online registration at is advised.


Sutherland in Sun Valley

Thursday: "The Body Knows -- Listen to Your Intuition, " free lecture and book signing, 7 p.m. at Chapter One Bookstore in Ketchum.

Saturday: "Medical Intuitive Assessment/Seminar for Weight Loss and General Health Concerns." From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sun Valley Inn, Columbine Room. The cost is $99 in advance. Call (800) 575-6185, or $125 at the door.

Sunday: "Seeing the Body: Medical Intuition Workshop." 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sun Valley Inn, Columbine Room. The cost is $99 in advance. Call (800) 575-6185, or $125 at the door.

 Local Weather 
Search archives:

Copyright © 2024 Express Publishing Inc.   Terms of Use   Privacy Policy
All Rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Express Publishing Inc. is prohibited. 

The Idaho Mountain Express is distributed free to residents and guests throughout the Sun Valley, Idaho resort area community. Subscribers to the Idaho Mountain Express will read these stories and others in this week's issue.