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Newsletter XVI - Archived Newsletter - The Ferris Wheel of Life [17 Sep 2008|02:30pm]
September 17, 2008


Dearest Friends:

I just returned from viewing the Monet to Picasso Exhibit at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts from the Cleveland Museum of Art. I have heard that the University of Utah spent $5 million for this exhibit to be shown here, and it ends this Sunday; thus, I wanted to write this newsletter now because a few of you might be inspired attend this event. Read moreCollapse )
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Archived Newsletter XV - July 7, 2008 - Believing In What You're Doing [08 Jul 2008|02:19pm]
Dearest Friends:

I will never forget my father saying, “If you can’t do it right the first time, don’t do it at all.” I used to think that his perfectionist attitude was the result of attending military schools his entire life Read moreCollapse )
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Archived Newsletter XIV - March 23, 2008-Pilgrimage [24 Mar 2008|05:25am]
Dearest Friends:

Happy Easter. I am safely home. A few of you were closely following the international news while I was gone, and a couple of you emailed me with great concern. I regret that I did not have access to my group email address book or I would have sent a group email to assure everyone that I was fine. It is true that a helicopter crashed in Kathmandu, and everyone was killed. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter XIII - November 19, 2007 [13 Dec 2007|10:36am]
Dearest Friends:

Making a decision as to whom to train with defies the rational mind. I have found that those whom I study with first connect with me on an energetic level, and there is a resonance and an exchange of information that has no words. Rumi probably came close to expressing an aspect of this experience:

Something opens our wings,
Something makes boredom and hurt disappear,
Someone fills the cup in front of us.
We taste only sacredness. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter XII - October 7, 2007 [13 Dec 2007|10:29am]
Dearest Friends:

I was prompted to write this newsletter now because of an experience I had yesterday when I telephoned one of my former students who now lives back east. At one point in our conversation he said, “I don’t mean to change the subject, but do you remember the crystal you gave to me?” Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter XI - September 2, 2007 [13 Dec 2007|10:21am]
Dearest Friends:

Our Reiki Clinic was an amazing success. Our Community, as a group, raised the power of our intention and the power of Reiki. We manifested that intention with focus, and some incredible healings occurred not only for those who were present but for those whose names were placed on the Reiki empowered Crystal Grid. Every Reiki practitioner who channeled Reiki that day came from the heart. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter X - July 22, 2007 [28 Jul 2007|06:43pm]
Dearest Friends:

Among the many amazing metaphysical phenomenon I have experienced during the past month, I was able to enjoy the unicursal, single Eulerian path labyrinth at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colorado during Jonathan Goldman’s 9 day Sound Healing Intensive. The first time I entered the labyrinth last week, Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter IX - Being Reiki - June 23, 2007 [25 Jun 2007|08:24am]
Dearest Friends:

As our healing community is at the forefront of my thinking as we plan our community Reiki clinic in August, I would like to share a few thoughts that might be insightful in some way.Read more...Collapse )
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In Celebration - The Life of Hannah Nydahl [15 May 2007|02:40pm]
Dearest Friends:

It is my aspiration in writing this entry that Hannah's life--and her memory--will be a teaching that continues to benefit all sentient beings impartially, without exception.Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter VIII - May 6, 2007 [08 May 2007|04:47pm]
Dearest Friends:

Another newsletter, which is precisely why I need to get back to my book---with all the writing I do--but the Reiki energy is moving, and I'm doing all I can to stay on top of it all. This is also why I need to focus more of my time on this very thing that I am so passionate about. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter VII - May 3, 2007 [08 May 2007|04:40pm]
Dearest Friends:

Below is a letter that I received from William Lee Rand for clarification on the FDA controversy that many of you have emailed and asked me about. I hope that it proves to be helpful; however, I'm sure that we haven't heard the end of this.

Since this is a newsletter, I should include some other "tidbits" of information since there are never enough minutes and hours in the day to share with you. So, hang on....Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter V & VI - January 30 & April 18, 2007 [08 May 2007|04:38pm]
April 18, 2007

Dearest Friends:
Many of us are feeling pain in our heart chakra as a result of the shooting massacre at Virginia Tech, Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter IV - January 17, 2007 [08 May 2007|04:35pm]
Dearest Friends:

Happy New Year. I have decided to not produce separate newsletters for Reiki and Young Living Essential Oils this time because most of you are involved with both; thus, one newsletter will simplify for both of us. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Newsletter III - October 9, 2006 [08 May 2007|04:31pm]
Dearest Friends:

My children came to hear me speak at the Young Living Convention. Whereas my daughters have seen me lecture many times in the university classroom, and Chelsey enrolled in a Stress Management class I taught at Utah State University, my son, Colby, has never seen me in front of a crowd. It was hard for him to believe that mom did such things; thus, the first thing he wanted to know was, “Weren’t you nervous? Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Reiki Newsletter II - April 30, 2006 - "First Do No Harm" [08 May 2007|04:21pm]
Dearest Friends:

When I taught Group Psychotherapy and Professional Ethics courses to Marriage, Family and Child Therapy students in California, it became apparent to me that many of those students wanted to become therapists because they had tremendous healing to do themselves. However, I would always remind them, “You can only take people in the healing process as far as you, yourself, have gone.” There is no way that one can guide someone through a healing process if one has not gone through that same process, but more importantly, if a healer goes unhealed, that healer can cause harm to his/her clients and patients and to oneself. Read more...Collapse )
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Archived Reiki Newsletter I - April 2, 2005 [08 May 2007|01:48pm]
Dearest Friends:

Please scroll down and find the latest newsletter from Frank Arjava Petter that I received after listening to news commentaries throughout the night about our dearly loved Pope John Paul II. I remember the feeling I had 26 years ago when I heard his biography, and I never forgot those details as his papacy unfolded. What an icon--Read more...Collapse )
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Mackenzie Brown Hammond: Eulogy In Celebration Of Her Life [22 Jun 2006|09:46pm]
Dearest Friends:

On Sunday, June 11, 2006, between 5 and 6 am, Mackenzie Brown Hammond, at her young age of 21 years, left her physical body on this earth plane to enter the world of spirit. Read more...Collapse )
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Pilgrimage-Thailand, Nepal, India, and Sikkim (Days 1 - 8) [03 Dec 2005|07:29am]
Day 1 of my pilgrimage to Thailand, Nepal, India, Sikkim and Bhutan begins with a departure from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles with a 13 ½ hour flight to Incheon (Seoul), Korea. This pilgrimage was planned and organized by Maggy Kossowski, the personal assistant, secretary and translator for the late Lopon Chechoo (Tsechu) Rinpoche; thus, it is truly an honor that Maggy will be our guide on this journey. We will be attending his funeral ceremonies in Kathmandu, Nepal on November 23-24. Rinpoche was one of the few great meditation masters to receive a profound and extensive education in old Tibet. He had many teachers from the Kagyu, Nyingma, Sayka and Gelug Buddhist lineages, including The 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. Read more...Collapse )
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Pilgrimage - Druk Yul, Land of the Thunder Dragon (Bhutan) (Days 9 - 15) [03 Dec 2005|07:06am]
Day 9 - Druk Yul, Land of The Thunder Dragon (Bhutan)

Bhutan, 18,182 square miles, is a hidden and protected paradise in the Himalayas and is also the last remaining Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas -- a stronghold, in more ways than religion alone. Read more...Collapse )
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Pilgrimage - Kathmandu, Nepal (Days 16 - 18) [03 Dec 2005|06:10am]
Days 16, 17 & 18- Kathmandu, Nepal

There is something about the charm of the Vajra Hotel that I simply love. Maggy finally arrived from being stranded in India while the rest of us did last minute shopping in Kathmandu. Read more...Collapse )
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