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Pancreas Attunement and Diabetes

by Joseph Antell (Loveland, CO) and Chris Jorgensen (Gladstone, MO) « contact Joseph : contact Chris »   Joseph: Today Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes affects 10.5% of the U.S. population. An additional 7% have diabetes or pre-diabetes but have not been diagnosed (Diabetes Research Institute). The pancreas is an abdomen organ that stretches from behind the stomach to near the spleen. In the average adult, the pancreas is about 12–15 centimetres (4.7–5.9 in.) long and salmon-colored in appearance. Anatomically, the pancreas is divided into a head, neck, body, and tail. The Islets of Langerhans is a part of the pancreas

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Embracing Winter

by Erin Rivers – Mission, KS « contact Erin » While driving the other day, I was listening to a radio program where the speaker, a young woman, was talking about her experience with her husband being either deathly ill or in fact passing away and her dealing with a physical ailment that had subsequently been diagnosed as a chronic, life-long condition. She spoke of this being her “Winter” and went on to speak of how she learned to “embrace Winter” and the gifts that went along with that. Buddhism also teaches the value of embracing the pain, sadness, et

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Hypothyroidism/Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Attunement with the Thyroid

by Joseph Antell (Loveland, CO) and Chris Jorgensen (Gladstone, MO) « contact Joseph : contact Chris »   Joseph: Hypothyroidism (low thyroid) will affect 12% of the U.S. population (American Thyroid Association) in their lifetime. Thyroid disorders are often misdiagnosed as other conditions. When the thyroid doesn’t create and release enough hormones into the blood stream the metabolism slows down causing a variety of symptoms such as tiredness, weight gain, intolerance to cold, anxiety, depression and high cholesterol. If undetected, Hypothyroidism can lead to cardiovascular issues, osteoporosis, infertility and other conditions. From an Allopathic point of view the causes of thyroid problems

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Sharing Attunement with Washington, DC

by Sharon Divine, Prairie Village, KS « contact Sharon »   Four years ago this month, on the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, I participated in the first Women’s March in Washington DC. I had never traveled to DC in protest, but felt that I had to go, to join so many other women, to let our presence be known and seen. Why? To send the message that women’s rights are human rights. I’ll admit, it took time for me to accept the election outcome. I brought it into my daily Attunement sessions, working first with my life-pattern, then with

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The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn Occurring on the Winter Solstice

by Vicki Barbour, Erie Colorado « contact Vicki »   The Winter Solstice has always been a turning point in the cycle of light. And it’s a time of hearts opening, a portal. In my hospice training, it’s also a time of more deaths occurring. So far, here in the US, we have had 300,000 deaths due to COVID-19 and in the world a total of 1.7 million. How many more will join them? But what else is happening on a far grander scale? Jupiter and Saturn are the closest where they could be seen in the nighttime sky in

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IAAP Global Conference Recording Dec, 2020 “The Voice of the Beloved”

with Joseph Antell Welcome to The IAAP Global 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 “The Voice of the Beloved”, focused by Joseph Antell. 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

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Catch the Wave

by Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH « contact Andrew »   Having had the privilege of remembering the art of Attunement, we know to some extent how to live in a Flow. Over the years and particularly in recent days, we have let go and let go again, to finally arrive in an ecstatic space of quiet within. Waves of insight and inspiration gain our attention here. I hear “now is the time.” For instance, I witness many of my friends moving geographically from homes and areas where they have lived for many years. My daughter is moving from her home

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One with the Wind

  Christopher Foster has a rich Attunement background and writes his own blog – The Happy Seeker. He recently published the following poem on his blog. If you would like to comment, please do so directly on his website (by clicking here) so that he will see it and be able to reply.   Author’s note:  I wrote this poem long ago while living in the Cariboo, a beautiful, forested plateau in the interior of British Colombia. The wind that stirs in these dark Cariboo forests last week may have crossed the steppes of Asia and blown a girl’s scarf

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Covid-19 and Me

by Erin Rivers – Mission, KS « contact Erin »   After the recent Kansas City Attunement Session Zoom call where Donna Jorgensen presented the message from White Eagle, a Hopi Indigenous, I spent some time thinking about and holding in Attunement, my students. I teach high school in a Kansas City suburb. We speak of hope a lot in high school, and what we can accomplish, but very little prepared me for the scope of what Covid-19 would ask for – both from me and from the community which I serve. We began the school year remotely. I was

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Handling Anxiety and Virus Concerns

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   Working with the current virus pandemic can be challenging to say the least. Over the last six months I have shared Attunement with four people who experienced the virus symptoms. I shared long-distance Attunement with two individuals who were quarantined at home after being diagnosed with the coronavirus, and worked with two clients who recovered from the virus yet were still working with the residual physical consequences. This is not a lot of experience working with the coronavirus so if you have some experience and can add to this blog

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