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To Soar

by Andrew Shier Hancock, NH « contact Andrew »   I heard the high pitched whistle of the Broad Wing hawk while weeding in the vegetable garden. It is subtle and at the same time piercing. It led me to pause, look up, and watch this beautiful bird. For the several minutes of viewing, it never flapped its wings. It was gliding and soaring on the thermals produced by the heat and wind of the day. It was so effortless and dance-like. It brought a wonderful feeling to my heart of the rhythm of life. I thought, can I now

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One Year On – Grenfell Tower

by Brendan Mc Mahon Dorset, England « contact Brendan »   On June 14 last year a fridge freezer in a flat on the Grenfell Tower Block, west London in England, caught fire, and spread rapidly through the entire building. Most people understood the safe thing to do was to remain in their flat, the fire would be contained to the area within which it began. What was not known at the time was that a refurbishment of the cladding on the outside of the building a year earlier turned out to be flammable. The rest is history. Abiding by

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Still Meadow Attunement Retreat

Michael Cecil • Andrew Shier • Paul Price « March 30 – April 1, 2018 » What Occurred “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. Ideas, language, even the phrase each other doesn’t make any sense.” ~ Rumi Thirty-nine people gathered in a circle in a room built on a sacred site. What words need to be shared in this “field”? What topics want to be considered in this field? Who needs to speak and

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Light

by Chris Jorgensen Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   A few days ago we shared a Sunday Attunement Session in the Kansas City Heartland Attunement office/classroom. This is something usually done once a month. I love and enjoy these sacred times when the group comes together in Attunement to acknowledge the joy of oneness and to share in the radiation and light of Love. Regardless of the number of people attending, there is an uplifting current – a fine generation of pneumaplasm. The time includes hands-on Attunement, perhaps a presentation by someone and an open, focused dialogue of a

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Stewardship

by Chris Jorgensen Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   “What happens within our own consciousness obviously affects what is happening in the world which is contained in our consciousness.” – Martin Cecil, 5/20/1979 Here, stated simply, is a great secret to Attunement. What is in my consciousness when I am sharing Attunement – giving or receiving? It matters because what is in consciousness provides a focus for the radiation of Love which is reflected in the Attunement and in our form world. Obviously, if one’s consciousness is filled with attitudes of judgment or wants and likewise feelings of hope

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The Changing Substance of our Collective

by Erin Rivers Mission, KS « contact Erin»   Over the course of the last few years, those of us in education are noticing a subtle, but profound change in our children. I am sure many of you have heard the lament that our schools are failing, that teachers are not working to meet the needs of students, or that the breakdown of the family has finally reached into the classroom. Firstly, you must recognize that much of the rhetoric you hear about schools failing is political and that, for the most part, this Nation’s schools continue to do an amazing

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Honoring the Divine Feminine

by Janan Stiles Strafford, NH « contact Janan»   The feminine aspect has been prominent in the consciousness in the past year. From the international Women’s March to female leadership in governments and royalty to the #metoo movement there appears to be considerable pressure being exerted on some old norms. A recent article in NPR reported that the word “feminism was the most looked-up word in the Merriam-Webster online dictionary in 2017.” Online graphs of the use of this word throughout history are flat/rare until a small blip in the 1920’s (when women in the US were given the right

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Anxiety and the Breastbone Attunement

by Chris Jorgensen Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   Between the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S. and the end of the year festivities, I noticed a number of clients coming to the office filled with anxiety and stress. Anxiety is defined as “a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome” or “the desire to do something, typically accompanied by unease”. As mentioned above, besides the end-of-the-year holidays that tend to elicit stresses in various ways, there are the lingering health issues with one’s body and/or mind as well

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IAAP Holiday Greetings

by Chris Jorgensen Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   Holiday greetings to all! IAAP has completed another successful year. The IAAP Board (Erin Rivers, Tom Hansen and Chris Jorgensen) is very thankful for those who have supported IAAP’s Roger and Dorothy deWinton scholarship fund in 2017. Eight people were granted scholarships to assist them in attending an Attunement class. IAAP continues to offer a bi-monthly international teleconference call,  a bi-monthly long-distance Attunement call and the Attunement Podcasts. There are approximately 175 people signed up on the website. Thank you to all who contribute to the Attunement blog in the

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Zimbabwe Rising

by Louise Broomberg Johannesburg, South Africa « contact Louise »   Sometimes it seems that patterns are so stuck that nothing can shift them. And then overnight it all changes and the feeling is, “Of course! What took us so long?!” The Berlin wall for example, the end of apartheid…and now Zimbabwe. I flew to Bulawayo last Tuesday (14 November) to spend a week with family and friends. Who could have predicted that that was the very day the military made its move to ring the changes? I was thrilled to be in the country to experience first hand the

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