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A Japanese Monk Sent this Prayer Request On Behalf of the People and Creatures of Japan

I am just heading off to the Aloha Center for Spiritual Living which teaches the philosophy of Science of Mind, founded by Ernest Holmes. The following core concept is from the Ernest Holmes book “How to Change Your Life” with a foreword by Reverend Dr. Michael Beckwith. These teaching were founded in the 1950’s and fit perfectly with the new understanding and merging of science and spirituality inspired by Quantum Physics.

A quote from Ernest Holmes that I believe is so valuable in these challenging times of devastating earthquakes and tsunamis:

“My thoughts are in control of my experience and I can control my thinking”. We can all help to create the world we want to see by holding thoughts of a positive outcome rather than falling into a place of fear. There are many studies that prove the value of how positive thought by groups can help to shape the world we like to see.

Some of my favorite books that are full of informative examples of how our thoughts shape our world are by Lynne McTaggart, Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton, Larry Dossy and Dr. Emoto.

My sister, Robyn Hood just sent me the following prayer request from a Japanese monk. Join me in doing a few minutes of TTouch Heart Hugs and sending love to all the people and animals who are effected by the earthquake and tsunami and nuclear plant damage, as well as the chaos that is happening on the other side of the world in the Middle East. (more…)

The Miracle of Avignon

If you don’t believe in miracles perhaps this story will change your mind. It’s regarding the rescue of the 19-year old, curlyhaired dog named Buelle.

Buelle is a member of the Frédéric Pignon/Magali Delgado family who looks like she may have miniature poodle and terrier blood in her veins. She is deaf and does not see well and won’t let strangers touch her at all. On the day before the horse expo Fred and Magali returned home after midnight to discover that Buelle was missing.

What We Can Learn About Phantom TTouches from A Rescued Dog: Holding the Intention of Healing and Perfection

I received a very interesting though sad and sometimes horrifying email through our TTouch® Yahoo Group from a very dedicated TTouch Practitioner trainee who works with rescue animals in Escondido California. The dog Linda Troup describes has suffered immensely. But it is my hope that this suffering will be lessened with the work that Linda is doing. Through the work of Phantom TTouch (and for those who are inexperienced in this area there is useful evidence of the effectiveness of remote healing, and as my grandfather used to say about body work for horses, “it can’t hurt”. In this way anyone interested can work to lessen the pain of all beings and improve the quality of their lives.


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