Announcement from Charlie Goldsmith (Facebook announcement)
As you may be aware, Australia is on fire.
There are currently massive bushfires fueled by record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought. These are having a devastating impact on Australian communities and wildlife.
I will be holding a Group Healing next weekend, and ask for your support in donating to the Australian Red Cross. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate a little or a lot. Anything helps.
Date: Sunday 12 January
Time: 8 AM – 9 AM UTC+11 Australia
CLICK HERE to see the time where you live.
Wow, it’s been hot! Thank goodness for air conditioners and refreshing cold water. If you have pets, be sure to watch for signs of overheating, which may include “excessive panting or difficulty breathing, increased heart and respiratory rate, drooling, mild weakness, stupor or even collapse. Symptoms can also include seizures, bloody diarrhea and vomit along with an elevated body temperature of over 104 degrees.” (Source: ASPCA)
Once upon a time I offered energy healing to a relative. Said relative freaked out. Oops! I tried to reassure the person that there was nothing spooky about it, that it can be understood through the lens of science. No go. I wish I would have had a good resource to point to.
It’s been more than a decade since that unfortunate incident. And things have changed. Now we have many great resources, such as The Science of Energy Healing video mini-series produced by the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. It’s available to view online September 18-24.
Learn about the free series here. Be sure to download the Science of Energy Psychology Quick Facts (PDF).
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If you register using my affiliate link and decide to purchase event recordings or related packages, I will receive a commission. You may deduct the purchase amount from an Initial Healing Session.
Join the worldwide celebration held annually on March 3 to raise awareness of the world’s wild fauna and flora.
This year’s theme is “Listen to young voices,” calling for tomorrow’s leaders to become aware and involved in wildlife conservation. Beautiful!