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Mind Movies

Filed in Visualization by on December 9, 2013 0 Comments
Mind Movies

This is the coolest software for visualizing your life they way you want it and creating that life.  Using photos and music and text, you can create a ~feeling~ state to help you get into the experience more deeply.  Click on this link to get a free video that will explain how Mind Movies work […]

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Group Reiki

Filed in Reiki by on December 7, 2013 0 Comments
Group Reiki

This week I had a group Reiki session with 11 sets of hands working on me.  The moment that my head touched the table, I was overwhelmed with the sense of power in the room.  These were gentle souls who were there to help each other, some more experienced than others, but each with the […]

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Pandora Radio Helps Me Fly

Filed in In the Flow by on December 7, 2013 0 Comments
Pandora Radio Helps Me Fly

If you’ve never heard of Pandora Radio, you are in for a treat.  Log in at www.pandora.com, sign up for an account, select the genre of music that you love, minimize the browser, and let it run in the background while you work, explore, surf, or create.  It helps keep my vibration lifted, my thoughts […]

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Intuition Tip #1 – Learn to Meditate

Filed in Intuition Tips by on April 27, 2012 0 Comments
Intuition Tip #1 – Learn to Meditate

There are so many ways to meditate. The key is to find one way that works for you. For me, it’s about quieting the mind. Sitting comfortably in a chair, and allowing the thoughts to just drift away. That’s not always easy to do. When the thoughts come in…and they will come in…..consider reciting a mantra <——a word that you recite over and over that has no meaning. That, in combination with deep breathing, is all you will need to start soaring into higher dimensions of consciousness.

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In the Flow

Filed in Guided by Intuition by on April 26, 2012 0 Comments
In the Flow

what I learned most, was how much I enjoyed watching and listening to someone who was totally in the flow of who he was and what he loved.

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