Category: Alternative practices

April Showers

A long time ago in the 29th century someone wrote a song called April Showers. One of the lines in the song was: “April Showers bring May Flowers.” The other day in church the minister was reminding us of a scientific principle: that out of chaos comes order.   It seems to me that on our …

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What Can Go Right?

“What Can Go Right?” Cited from Rev. Ernest Chu, The Soul Currency Institute. Greetings Everyone, I heard this statement this morning and I really thought, Perfect. It is the title of Rev. Ernest Chu’s blog, The Soul Currency Institute. I am apologizing if I am infringing on someone’s right of usage. But I can’t resist. …

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Beyond Mindfulness to Beingness

Greetings everyone. Spring, the season, is about to come forth. I am anticipating more wonderful new discoveries for myself and to share with others. I invite you to listen to the interviews with KC Armstrong on the home page. Much of what I say is open for debate. Nevertheless, it is my perception of my passion, the process of hypnosis …

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So What Came First, the Chicken or the Egg?

Dear Friends, A very Happy New Year to everyone. January has slipped quickly by. To those interested in the mystical and quantum physics and all the theories about the disappearance of time or the quickening of time, maybe I am still ok with Happy New Year. I have made a point of saying “Happy New …

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Year of the Reconnection

Greetings, During 2014 I decided to explore the Reconnection Training as taught by Eric Pearl and his assistants. This consisted of two areas: the first two were Reconnection Foundational Healing. The next course was the actual Reconnection.  While we were learning this, it was explained that this process requires an ability to open up and receive, not necessarily …

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GRATITUDE IS AN INTENTION

Greetings, Here we are at the end of November. I am expecting that each and every one of you had a blessed and happy Thanksgiving. It maybe mundane, but this is the time of year we really put more into expressing gratitude for our blessings. Mine have been many. In spite of the transition of family members and …

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