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In teaching Attunement over the years I have always encouraged Practitioners to find a word and/or thought of “thanksgiving” at the close of the Attunement experience – thanksgiving, appreciation and respect for the sacred creative field of Attunement just shared with another Being in human form. The same can be realized and known in a group Attunement. The value of thanksgiving is that it releases upwards the vibrational work done in the attunement process. It actively assists, as my mentor Roger deWinton said to me, the updraft of the golden (refined) pneumaplasmic substance generated through the Attunement experience.
Psalm 100:4 is a verse of praise: “Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.”
In the Attunement Practitioner’s Code there is a reminder that respect and thanksgiving are essential to the attunement process. “Even as I was made in the image and likeness of the Great One, so also was every person whose life I may touch. I respect the divinity inherent in all living forms.”
Today, I find myself at the conclusion of a specific creative cycle and Attunement that included South Korea. I am deeply thankful for the specific expression of several individuals who played a significant part in translating the book, “a beginner’s guide to Attunement: The Energy Of Being” into Korean, having the book published, and using the book in classes, seminars, and lectures in April and May. Jae Hyoung and Dukhee (pictured below) did the heavy lifting in the translation of the book. I want to also mention Luanne Somers who took pictures of the Endocrine Gland Attunement hand positions, which were included in the Korean book. Louise Broomberg and Marsha Bogolin (pictured below) worked together in setting up and teaching Attunement. Also below is a picture of the seminar group held in Seoul, Korea at the Won Buddhist facility. Thank you to each one mentioned and to many others who provided a loving surround for the book project over the last several months. And finally, a picture of me with the Korean book.