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Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) Offered for CRV Classes!!!

Last year, we began a collaboration with Anne King’s Hypnosis Center to teach Controlled Remote Viewing classes.  Anne’s place is a lovely cedar-and-glass chalet on the Guadalupe River, surrounded by deer and flower-filled hilltops. Jim and I have fond memories of driving back and forth every other weekend back in 2004.  Our love blossomed there, and Jim proposed to me while we were getting our hypnosis certifications. The school itself is registered with the Texas Education Agency, and is an accredited school with the International Association of Counselors and Therapists (IACT) as well as the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy…

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Are “Fear Pathogens” Eating Your Brain?!!

Why is it that some nights are so difficult? As lives go, mine is right up there with some of the best.  I have a loving family, a sweet husband who adores me, and a comfortable home.  So why do I wake up some nights and find myself feeling afraid?  Throughout my life, people have always commented on how fearless I am.  So what am I so afraid of now? Well, we live in scary times.  As a natural empath, I believe that I sometimes tend to “pick up” on the emotions that are flowing through the ethers at night…

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Latest News from Lori and Jim

I can hardly believe it has been 10 months since my last blog post! In spite of my lack of daily blogging, so many wonderful things have occurred this past year. We have taught in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, New York, Los Angeles, Maui, Amarillo, Las Vegas, and visited many other places. This year, we hired the amazing Gabriel Marihugh from GloPilot.com to “amp up” our website. Linda Buchanan, our dear friend and gifted programmer, added a graph to the Student Resources page so students can track their progress with a quick glance. We’ve checked into creating an iPhone app for…

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Watch out for “Absolute Thinking”.

Do you think in absolutes?  Not sure?  Here, let me give you an example:  A friend recently picked up a box of licorice mints that was on a kitchen counter in my home.  “Oooh, watch out for licorice if you have high blood pressure!” she said in a concerned voice.  It is true that real licorice root can affect blood pressure.  However, most “licorice” that is eaten in the form of sweets nowadays is licorice flavoring, much of it coming from anise or chemicals.  The same friend once mentioned that “men love pink lipstick on a woman.”  As I probed…

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Massachusetts in the Fall…

The Intermediate and Advanced CRV classes in Chicopee, MA are now completed.  Each student did amazingly well.   The classes took place in the Thomas Page mansion, built in 1875.  The classroom glowed with light most of the days, as the sun shown and the green trees gradually changed to bright yellows, oranges and reds.  Ah… autumn in Massachusetts!  Basic class starts tomorrow.  The pre-class dinner tonight was a lot of fun!  This is going to be a great group of students!   The class consists of an aerospace engineer, a psychiatrist, a medium, two artists, and a laboratory technician….

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Shenandoah Valley, Virginia

We spent a week vacationing in the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley.  With the big motorhome, we drove around, lost, looking for for the Harrisonburge/Shenandoah KOA.  As we turned a corner in the middle of nowhere, we both gasped:  the most beautiful vista we had ever seen lay before us!  I wanted to break out into song, a la John Denver.  It really is almost heaven!   That is certainly my idea of Heaven, anyway!  Yesterday, we drove up to Front Royal, and stopped at the Mystic Mountain shop.  There was an instant rapport with the owner, Gerry.  We felt as though…

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Road Trip!!!

Here we are, in the middle of the forest.  The past two days, we have seen scenery that is my mental image of what Heaven must be like.  I know, it sounds like a John Denver song, but it’s true!  We are in Virginia, in the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley.  After much struggle to locate a rather hidden RV park, we have bunkered down for 4 days.  We have only intermittent Internet and Cell service, but that’s kinda nice, actually.  We need a bit of a “fast” from all things electronic now and then.  Jim and I are in what we…

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Gorgeous New Morning!

I love having a Saturday to “do stuff!”  My daughter had a beautiful new baby girl yesterday morning.   Jim and I finally caught up on our sleep last night and slept in this morning!  And we are sorting through paperwork in preparation of our upcoming 3 month tour of the U.S., teaching CRV all over the country!  (See “Calendar of Events” for dates and locations!)  Life is good.   We will be posting from this blog regularly while we are on our trip!  Stay tuned for more adventures.

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Remote Viewing is Coming of Age!

Even with the current economy, the interest in Remote Viewing has never been better.  Why?  Science, particularly Quantum Physics, is beginning to explain the mechanism behind the phenomena.  When times are hard, the need to know becomes an essential skill.  Remote Viewing allows anyone to access information unavailable through “normal” means.  Contact Lori Williams to learn more!

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