Nov 292014
 
Essences of Waiting and Allowing in the Creative Process

◄ by Janan Stiles – Strafford, NH ► A note of thanksgiving and appreciation for all those who participated, in whatever way, in the recent IAAP teleconference on Sunday 11/23/14 around the theme of “Waiting and Allowing.” It was a very beautiful time together sharing by phone and the currents continue to echo in our lives. As part of the process I shared a poem I had written and was requested to share it in writing for further contemplation. So here it is in the spirit of blessing and joy. In this womb of darkness …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 29, 2014
Nov 202014
 
Manifesting Spirit's Intent

◄ by Erin Rivers – Mission, KS ► As I have listened to the wise leaders in my Attunement Circle, one of the messages I have heard time and time again is to radiate without intention, allowing Spirit to Attune, “Let’s let it work the way it works, so that we may share in this beautiful creative process because we stand as radiant points of light. Blended together there is just one light.”  – from “Shared Radiation” by Martin Exeter, 2/15/87. I teach in a high school. My working life is surrounded by such chaos, discomfort, dis-ease, and …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 20, 2014
Nov 162014
 
The Simple Things

◄ by Andrew Shier – Hancock, NH ► My friend, Rich, who is currently participating in the Advanced Attunement class, recently spoke about his experience of raking leaves over a series of days. In contrast to it being arduous and obligatory, it was effortless, and time did not seem to exist. He was in a Flow, and the energy moving through the body was almost inexhaustible. It took on the character of meditation in motion. I too know this experience as I move about my day whether it be with our horses, with our land, …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 16, 2014
Nov 082014
 
The Brain Game

◄ by Chris Jorgensen – Gladstone, MO ► Anyone who has a healing practice will notice client trends. You will observe a cycle of clients with particular symptoms which change over the months. Currently I am seeing clients who are working with brain injuries. Mild traumatic brain injuries can happen in cars accidents, sports, workplace accidents, falls, and in some instances through physical assault, including domestic violence. It is estimated that over a million people in this country sustain traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, and that many will have long-term or lifelong need for …continue reading »

 Posted by on November 8, 2014

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