◄ by PenDell Pittman, Fort Collins, CO ► “We live in an ocean of motion.” This famous little phrase describes the quiet, yet all-encompassing platform of our lives. The rhythm of our breathing, the hum of our nervous system, the wide range of verbal utterances that we voice or hear are but a few reminders, close at hand, of the infinite spectrum of vibration within us and surrounding us. Vibration with a purpose is “energy”, and specific ranges of energy are identified by us human beings, based on our own sensing of them. Our eyes see the energy range of
◄ by Andrew Shier ► What an impressive hour of consideration and Attunement on the uses of sound and music in the Attunement process. Thank you Chris, Diana, Jenna, and PenDell. My experience of late on the use of sound focuses during that time at the completion of an Attunement session. It is here when I and the client have some moments to talk. The use of sound in the formation of words that are shared between us is most magical. It is indeed a moment of allowing Heaven and Earth to be made one. The accuracy of awareness and
◄ by Joseph Antell, Loveland, CO ► Chris Jorgensen and I had a conversation recently centered around his latest article, “Digestion and Attunement”. As a part of our conversation I shared some nutritional information with him, and he asked me to turn that information into an article for the IAAP blog. Here is the result – “Food and Health” – and I hope you find this information valuable. We live in a time where most food sources are corrupt and manipulated. Some people struggle to know what is the best nourishment for their bodies and question the availability of wholesome sources of
◄ by Chris Jorgensen – Gladstone, MO ► The mopey and sad 17 year-old young woman came into my office with her mother, complaining of headaches and digestive problems. Headaches were common upon waking; her stomach was bloated and food had lost its taste (even pizza and McNuggets). She was missing a lot of school and was trying to do makeup so she could pass her junior year of high school. She curled up in my waiting room chair with her cell phone and let her mother do the talking. This scenario is rather common in health practices these days.