Nov 192013
Attunement as Family Health Care

◄ by Reven Bronson – Shawnee, KS ► Since taking the Practitioner’s Course almost 6 years ago, I have had numerous opportunities to practice Attunement with my husband and two children now 9 and 5 years old.  It started out as technique I would practice when a physical symptom arose to work with but soon developed into much more. Over the years I have used Attunement to work with viruses- respiratory and intestinal, ear infections, pink eye, kidney stones, injuries including rotator cuff and badly sprained wrist, mumps, having a hard time sleeping, emotional distress, …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 19, 2013
Nov 162013
End-Of-Life Choices

◄ by Vicki Barbour – Erie, CO ► As Attunement Practitioners, we are concerned about generating pneumaplasmic substance through our living.  And we are concerned about responsible stewardship of that substance physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.  In that stewardship, have we given thought to end-of-life choices? Most of us have a will so that our loved ones aren’t saddled with what to do with all our material possessions, but what about other decisions; i.e., medical death (aggressive medical treatment/life support) or non-medical death (hospice/comfort care)? As a culture, we push death away.  We don’t want …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 16, 2013
Nov 132013
Peace Be Unto You

◄ Edited and condensed from a talk given by Martin Cecil, April 2, 1961 ► …In the world today there is a great deal of talk about peace, but fundamentally there is no peace. The words, “Peace be unto you,” surely need to be spoken today. While there are certainly many people in the world who are not particularly interested in peace—there are those, for instance, who make a profession of fighting, in one way or another, not all of them soldiers by any manner of means—nevertheless there are multitudes who claim that they want peace. …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 13, 2013
Nov 032013
Technology – Servant or Slave Maker?

◄ by Chris Jorgensen – Gladstone, MO ► In his 1948 book, The Message of The Divine Iliad, Walter Russell says, “We are deceived by the seeming advancement of science into believing that we are highly civilized. As long as we have not arrived at a point in which we know the nature of God sufficiently to know of our unity with our fellow man, to make it unthinkable to even hurt another, much less kill, rob or exploit him, we are still uncivilized barbarians.” I am currently using Attunement to work with a pervasive …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 3, 2013

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