Jan 12, 2006
It's been a while. 360 has finally bitten the dust (that's the old holistic health site that went over to Religion and Ethics). Hopefully they're building something good to use instead.
Got a new book deal to celebrate the Christmas season which was lovely. Two books about the historical Jesus and the life of women in Bible times. Terrifying! But what I've wanted to write for years and years.
Jul 11, 2003
I had a session on a Dreamweaver a few weeks ago - and meant to report back on it but as I went straight into what's known in the trade (a bit pretentiously perhaps ) as a 'Healing Crisis' I didn't!
A Dreamweaver's a 'full body surround sound system' a kind of twelve-faceted hollow apparatus which you lie under and which plays music to you while the healing couch you are on vibrates.
It was fine...I didn't really relate to the music but it was very relaxing but I simply can't tell if it did me any good at all because Benedick Howard, the guy who invented the Dreamweaver, also used a Scenar on me - and I think it was that that did all the work.
Scenar means Self-Controlled Energo Neuro Adaptive Regulation and it's used on Soviet Cosmonauts who can't use medicines - and it clears blocks in the body's energy systems. It's a little electronic pulsing device about the size of a telephone. It certainly located a block in me and, over about 15 minutes cleared it. I felt a bit light-headed and unfocused afterwards (and blissed-out) and, basically, half my life fell apart within a week and I spent another two weeks with flu!
However, good things are coming from it...and I've been recommended to go back for more. The jury's out on that at the moment. I think that, as a Taurean, I like my healing a little gentler but that Scenar is really something!
Behind Scenes in the Crematorium...
Jun 22, 2003
I'm just going to put this up as an experiment. As part of my 'funeral minister' training, I spent an afternoon helping out behind the scenes at a local crematorium.
If anyone wants to know about it, please ask...but I'm not going to post it gratuitously...
Actually, it was fascinating....
May 19, 2003
I've just been to a funeral. It was the nicest funeral I've ever been to (and I've been to 20 or more). Why? Because the Minister did a 'spiritual' service, not a religious one - and he did it brilliantly. He really expressed the beliefs of the man who died and talked about life after life but with no religious side to it.
A long time ago I wondered if I could do something like that. So I had the courage to go up and talk to him about it - and he was really helpful and supportive.
Hopefully I'm going to go and see him to find out more. But I wonder how one sets oneself up as a 'funerals minister.'
Any ideas out there?
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