ISSN 1538-1080

Day: January 2, 2007

Part III: Meditations on destiny

I made the seven Destiny essences over a period of months and during this time, also received a series of meditations. Several destiny-themes emerged to give multi-dimensionality to the kit. I believe these meditations will expand users imagination and help to deepen the work with the kit in many different ways.

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Part II: A short primer on the Raven Flower Essence

Introduction The following writing accompanies the Destiny kit of essences, made over a six-month cycle in 2005. With the Irish kit, I was inspired directly by the landscape. In making the Destiny kit, I was prompted by my inner guidance to make the kit by creating various combinations from my repertoire of three hundred essences.

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IJHC Book Reviews January 2007

Suzane Northrop. Everything Happens for a Reason: Love, Free Will, and the Lessons of the SoulHoward Brockman. Dynamic Energetic Healing: Integrating core shamanic practices with Energy Psychology applications and processwork principlesByron Katie, with Stephen Mitchell. Loving What Is: Four questions that can change your lifeDavid R. Hawkins, MD, PhD. Power vs. Force: The hidden determinants

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Ric ponders the nature of zealots; struggling to be in the present; disposing of the ashes of a cremated friend: the psychology of suicide: and phosphorescent creatures from the sea.

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ESSENCE OF HEALING: Vibrational infusion of flower essences

Vibrational Infusion is a method that uses intention to receive the benefits of flower essences (such as Andrea Mathiesons Raven Essences) without ingesting them. After developing and using this method for several years, Karin Cremasco found she could also teach others to use this vibrational essence method. Cremasco and Mathieson developed what is essentially a

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METHOD OF LEVELS THERAPY: Helping the normal change process within a person when normal change doesn’t seem to be happening by itself.

This in-depth study demonstrates the value of single-case research, as well as confirming the value of the particular method that was studied. Method of Levels (MOL) Therapy is described and applied to the case of a woman whose husband died. MOL Therapy is derived from Perceptual Control Theory. Session to session changes within the woman

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