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The Call of Love

by Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH « contact Andrew »   This early morning with the sun just coming up I spent a moment hugging my horse before feeding her hay. The kind of hug where her snout and head drape over my shoulder. I spoke words of appreciation and affection. I felt the weight of her neck and head sink into my shoulder. She was relaxing and we were melding. The time ended. She licked and chewed and we each went our own way. What did not end comes to me now as I sit at our kitchen table eating

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Caretake This Moment

by Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH « contact Andrew »   Following our IAAP Teleconference  sharing the topic on Thankfulness, this poem came to me. I feel it captures well the spirit of what we shared and how to be in our particular worlds Now.   Caretake this moment. Immerse yourself in its particulars. Respond to this person, this challenge, this deed.  Quit the evasions. Stop giving yourself needless trouble. It is time to really live; to fully inhabit the situation you happen to be in now. You are not some disinterested bystander. Exert yourself.  Respect your partnership with providence. Ask

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Oneness with the Spirit of the Living God

by Leia Meryt, Longview, TX « contact Leia »   Sometimes the road calls to us. This summer I took a road trip that not only allowed me to see many loved ones, but brought me closer to the truth of ALL, to that which is within, and in the process, it allowed me to renew and re-vision my life in Attunement. Through the beaches of Santa Barbara, California, the Rocky Mountains, the rivers of Southwest Colorado, the Red Rocks of Sedona, AZ, then through New Mexico back around again to the flowering desert oasis of Joshua Tree, California, I

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Meditations To Live By

by Joyce Ellenbecker, Sun Lakes, AZ « contact Joyce »   Joyce A. H. Ellenbecker and Judie Arbess Diamond wrote the book, Meditations To Live By: Attuning to the Power of Love, filled with many wonderful Attunement meditations. It is available through Amazon. Here is one that Joyce created called Oneness of being. Oneness of being Here we are on Valentine’s Day – an occasion, we can use as a symbol of love – although perhaps not in the way Hallmark intended! Let’s open our hearts to universal love and, breathe together. Spirit of Balance Allow your world to come

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Thansgiving!

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   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

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Long-Bone Attunement in Chairs

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris » Twenty-two Attunement Practitioners participated in a dynamic and meaningful Attunement Day in Kansas City at the end of April. These times of communion in the Attunement current together, which we do a few times a year, is generative of the finer levels of pneumaplasm. The conversations around various themes open up new vistas of thinking and understanding of what Attunement is. The theme in the recent gathering was “the ordinances of heaven”. In one of the hands-on Attunement sessions I guided the group through the Long-Bone Attunement using chairs instead of

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Attunement, Pneumaplasm and Spiritual Psychiatry

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   “We do not learn by experience, but by our capacity for experience.”  The Buddha From “Attunement: The Creator’s Magic”: Each level of human expression has an ability to influence the energetic substance at the vibration of its own level, as well as to interpenetrate, stimulate, and govern the energetic substance at the lower vibrational states. Thus, it is wise for an Attunement Practitioner to have some understanding as to the working of the human instrument and the cycles of human development. Uranda spoke of this understanding as “spiritual psychiatry”. My

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Excerpts from Chapter Three of “Attunement: A Way of Life”

by Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH « contact Andrew »   We are designed to make the invisible visible. The awareness that layers of energetic fields or auras surround the physical body is certainly not new. All mystical traditions have understood this as well as many of the more ancient healing traditions. Attunement, therefore, is not alone in acknowledging that these fields exist, and in knowing that the overall physical health of the body is directly determined by the health and quality of the surrounding energetic fields. Phrases such as “in heaven as it is on earth” and “as above so below” are specific references to

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Secret Service – Long-Distance Attunement

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris » In chapter 5 of the book Attunement: The Creator’s Magic, there is a section on Long-Distance Attunement. My brother-in-law, Joseph Antell, helped me create it. This type of Attunement work is sacred, done mostly in silence, and usually in a quiet setting. From the book, “Attunement: The Creator’s Magic: “Long-Distance Attunement takes place in the heart of the Creator. This sensitive work requires a deep stillness in all of the human capacities – body, mind, and spiritual expression, and feeling [heart] realm. To access and open the sacred portal that connects

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The Design and Coordination of Being

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris » In the summer of 1970 I spent 90 hot days in San Antonio, Texas going through the Air Force Officer Training program. I successfully completed the training and received my commission to be a Second Lieutenant – my father jokingly called me “a 90-day wonder”. During his time in the Army he fought in World War II as an enlisted soldier and had first-hand experience of 90-day wonders. I quickly discovered that being a Second Lieutenant is the lowest position in the Air Force – you salute everyone who enlisted below

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