with Chris Jorgensen
Welcome to The IAAP Global Attunement Conference.
IAAP hosts bi-monthly conferences open to all who are interested. Each conference has a specific topic and is hosted and focused by one or more Attunement Practitioners. This recording features the presentation and wrap-up portions of the event. The topic this month is “World Service Through Long Distance Attunement”, focused by Chris Jorgensen.
The Conference schedule is posted on the IAAP calendar of events, and each post includes the registration info. Please feel free to join in as you are able – these discussions generate a wonderful range of fine spiritual substance. As the Attunement Community, we share a common ground with others who love what we love, and as we nourish the world around us then we are nourished. The Attunement Community meets in this place of sanctuary. We hope you enjoy this conference recording.
“Every person on the face of the Earth has a purpose – a ministry, a point of service – where blessing may be released, whether in the physical, mental or spiritual expression levels… every human being is a contact point for many others in our larger world. Thus, the influence of our [Long-Distance] Attunement work reaches far and wide.” – from “Attunement: The Creator’s Magic”
Humanity as well as Nature is out of balance with the Whole, the Transcendent Reality. Those who have come to know and experience true identity in Being, in whatever measure, can provide the soothing balm of Attunement radiation into their respective fields of creation. The attunement process assists in restoring balance, wholeness and the tangible presence of Love.
The world of humanity and nature is seeking help. Individually we will perceive what is required for working with these patterns in unique ways. This can include people you don’t know or aspects of nature that one may have not worked with before. Long-Distance Attunement is the perfect vehicle to use as we bless whatever comes to us for enfoldment.
IAAP hosted a Global Attunement Conference on Aug 29, 2021. This is the presentation portion of that event. The topic is “World Service Through Long-Distanc…