Wednesday, November 11, 2009

What is VITAL to me Today?

all thought forms are magnetic in nature - you attract EVERY thing to you

  • I am grateful to have a roof over my head, a warm nest to bed down, great food to feast on.
  • I so so so appreciate family - a niece’s help & her mom's’s support & my daughter’s encouragement & my sister’s generosity.
  • I thank friends for their friendly advise - for all their love, care & support.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Vibratory Energy & Healing

Course Outline:

DESCRIPTION: The study of vibratory energy healing introduces us to the concept of the body/mind paradigm - the body as a manifestation of Higher Consciousness. It also covers basic indigenous and traditional healing systems, tools and techniques applied, diagnosis and assessment, auras and other subtle body fields, how vital life force flows and its blockages, and achieving whole body balance.

LEARNING OUTCOMES: By the conclusion of this module, participants should be able to:
  1. Outline the historical and philosophical basis of vibratory energy healing.
  2. Develop a basic understanding of the subtle anatomy and energy systems of the human being and their relationship to health and wellbeing.
  3. Outline theoretical aspects of vibratory energy diagnosis and treatment.
  4. Outline the importance and relevance of self-assessment and skills development for practice.

TEACHING METHOD: modified lecture, demonstrations, practical case studies


Recommended Reading / References:
Anatomy of the Spirit by Carolyn Myss, PhD
Hands of Light by Barbara Ann Brennan
Vibrational Medicine by Richard Gerber, MD
Chakra Balancing by Anodea Judith
The Chakras and Esoteric Healing by Zachary F. Lansdowne
The Chakra Handbook by Bodo Baginsky and Shalila Sharamon
Reiki: A Way of Life by Rahim and Nicola Petsch
The Spirit of Reiki by Frank Arjava Petter, Frank Lubeck, William Lee Rand
Reiki Shamanism by Jim PathFinder Ewing
Esoteric Anatomy by Bruce Burger
The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot
Kitchen Table Wisdom: Stories That Heal by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD

Interested parties can contact me directly at

Friday, October 9, 2009

legacy of leaders

the ability to inspire & motivate others to excellence ranks topmost among the 15 specific competencies effective leaders share, according to leading institutions like Harvard & Stanford

in the past, it was believed that inspiring others was a skill you need to be born with to possess - but new research has determined that it is a skill anyone can & should learn

leader attributes such as leading by example, being a change catalyst, building connection - can all be learned & acquired