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Creative Field Attunement

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   “The bringing forth of results from the standpoint of the real Creative work of God on earth depends on the establishment of these Creative Fields which extend on out from the individual into the earth.”  Uranda, from Directions For A New Day #4, 9/20/46 The divine act of participating in a creative field, on Earth through human form, reveals the magic of creation, the reality of the Creator’s creative power. The reality of sharing an Attunement means you are sharing in a specific creative field (your own and with others),

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Being Present

by Reven Bronson, Shawnee, KS « contact Reven »   What does it mean to be fully present? I used to think it meant shifting my awareness from the wave of creation to the particle of who I am. Zeroing in on what it means to live in this body, paying attention to my breath, what I’m feeling, how I’m holding myself, and where my mind wanders. Being present meant being aware of the details of my existence, and I do believe this is a beautiful place to start. It opens our consciousness to the awareness of who we might

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Zoom Attunement Class

by Nancy Frederick, Portland, ME « contact Nancy »   Having recently completed teaching a 5-month Practitioner training solely over Zoom with my daughter, Jane, a seasoned practitioner, I was touched by the recent post by Chris, Andrew, Joseph and Paul and their deep insight and articulation about the long-distance Attunement process. Our class consisted of willing souls who had each come to Attunement in their own way; for some it was curiosity, for others the desire to add a new dimension to an existing healing practice, and for most it was the desire to move more deeply into an

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Long Distance Attunement

Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO | Andrew Shier, Hancock, NH Joseph Antell, Loveland, CO | Paul Price, Ontario, Canada         “The actual generation of substance [pneumaplasm] needed for any Attunement service is based in living… There is the absolute necessity of intensified agreement in the Attunement field.” –Roger deWinton – 1984 Chris: Long-Distance Attunement is a divine gift. It is the active expression of Being, the Transcendent Reality, that is behind all forms of Life. Long-Distance Attunement and the pneumaplasm required to participate in this secret service is, as Roger said, based in the quality of one’s living!

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This Is Where I Live

by Paul Price (Ontario, Canada)   Today, let’s start with a blank sheet as we explore this area of Attunement. After all, Attunement is all about flow, an ever-emerging process that cannot be fixed in place or time. Anytime we do that, fix a pattern in place, it becomes stuck and that is really what illness is; an energetic pattern that has become stuck. Then we name it, categorize it (usually bad) and further lock it into place. But Attunement is about bringing things into flow. That’s why we work with positive and negative hands in our technique, just like

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Update from the President

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   Today is the later part of May and I note that we are closing in on the end of the 2020-2021 fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) for IAAP. We are collectively living in a unique time which is includes the wearing of masks, social distancing, vaccines, gathering and teaching via zoom rather than being in person. While this world-wide situation has brought about a quiet time on many fronts of living, there has also been an increase in the intensity of Light and Love showing itself in a

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The Heaven Above and the Heaven Below

by Chris Jorgensen, Gladstone, MO « contact Chris »   Sharing Attunement is a blessing – whether with oneself, with another, with a larger collective of people or even the planet. The sharing of Love’s Radiation generates substance (pneumaplasm), transforms whatever it touches, and transmutes (spiritualizes) the world of form. Knowing how to participate in sharing Attunement is a divine gift. Over the past year and a half, with the world experiencing wave after wave of the Covid-19 virus, much of the human world ceased its normal activity. This unique quiet time and space in busy lives presented most individuals

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Osteoporosis and the Long-Bone Attunement

by Joseph Antell (Loveland, CO) and Chris Jorgensen (Gladstone, MO) « contact Joseph : contact Chris »   Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis means “porous bone”. As an Attunement Practitioner, I have had clients with ambiguous symptoms which have turned out to be osteoporosis in one of its stages. One recent example was a woman in her late 60’s who tripped over her shovel and

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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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