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Utilizing Masters, Shamans, and Healers

January 27, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xDTwQVi0qs&feature=youtu.be His curiosity and commitment to master the healing process has guided Vince Anthony Pitre to study sound healing in Europe and shamanic healing in the jungle and mountains of Peru. I met Vince in January 2015 when a friend invited me to join her to a lecture series by the Metropolitan Detroit A.R.E. (Association of Research and Enlightenment) Community, a non-profit organization which was founded in 1931 by Edgar Cayce. The subject was Family Constellations and the presenters were Vince Anthony Pitre and Robert Auerbach. These men described how unconscious limits to success often stem initially from the unresolved and many times unspoken traumas, tragedies and transgressions that weave themselves into the energy, “fabric” and conversations of our family. They explained that we hold many of our histories i... Read More

Nourishing the Music and Literary Communities

January 27, 2021

  https://youtu.be/TR8yPWT32oo When I traveled to Europe, I loved the sense of small community. People knew the owners of their local shops – the butchers, bakers, and in Rome, their pizza makers. The music, arts and literary scene surrounded you like a warm sun. In Italy, I stayed for several months in Rome and then chose to visit the southern part of the country, taking a seven-day tour of Sicily so I could witness even more of that type of lifestyle – and because I was deeply in love with the Godfather Sagas, particularly the scene where Al Pacino meets his first wife with olive groves and wheat fields carpeting the town of Corleone. A part of me wished to move to Europe, but my love for my home and family in Michigan always brought me back and then I realized, we have all of that here if we would simply look for it. That’s what I loved about John D. Lamb’s work. When I met him at the Rochester Writers ... Read More

Interviewing Film Guru Dr. Stan Williams

January 27, 2021

  https://youtu.be/qHclphUcbqs I started my TV cable show last week and was so excited that my first guest was an international award-winning filmmaker Dr. Stan Williams, formerly my instructor at the Motion Picture Institute of Michigan. While I knew Stan was incredibly accomplished – I call him a “film guru” – I had no idea that Will Smith called his book, The Moral Premise: Harnessing Virtue and Vice for Box Office Success, the most important tool in his tool kit. Stan has consulted with Will and his team on over a dozen motion picture projects, which have totaled over 1 billion dollars at the worldwide box office. Amazing what one book can do once it’s out in the world. I’m intrigued that Will Smith and I have the same autographed book in our library and that we both have similar respect and appreciate for Stan’s work, but I’m not surprised that his book received this type of recognition. Since 1972, Stan has overseen over 400 projects for broadcast... Read More

The Babylonian Tradition of New Year’s Resolution

January 27, 2021

  One thing I learned in Lynn V. Andrews’ mysticism school is that if you feel something is missing in your life, become that something. In October 2014, I at one of our gatherings with Lynn in Los Angeles, I asked whether there’s a council in Michigan that I can join. There are numerous councils in the United States and abroad that come together every month and pass on the teachings of Lynn and the Sisterhood of the Shields. I was told there isn’t one in Michigan, and someone easily suggested, “Why don’t you start a council?” So I returned home and started the Ancient Wisdom Council in early 2015. Each of our gatherings has had a unique, magical, and learning experience. Yesterday was no different. In honor of the upcoming New Year, we sat in a dim room, amidst candles and smoky incense as we listened to Lynn’s audio “Act of Power.” Read More

A Productive and Fulfilling Life

January 27, 2021

[caption id="attachment_823" align="alignnone" width="720"]Nidhal Garmo2 Nidhal Garmo (left) with singer Sawsan Najar Kizy[/caption] For one woman I know, the attitude and celebration of Christmas is a daily routine.  I’ve watched Nidhal Garmo’s charity work, which started over a decade ago, grow immensely even as she juggled the role of motherhood and ran two pharmacies. She founded and is president of One World Medical Mission (OWMM), a nonprofit organization, and recently held a fundraising gala to raise funds for the poor, providing them with food, clothes, shelter, and medical supplies. Despite the snow and slippery roads, over 500 people attended this event to support a truly admirable cause led by a powerful, feminine, and inspiring woman. It was a lovely night filled with delicious food and exquisite people... Read More

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