November, 2014
Dear <<First Name>>,

When I think of November I think of oranges, reds and yellows, fallen leaves, a plethora of squashes, plentiful cornucopias and for those of us who are American, the Thanksgiving holiday. It's a time of gathering. We gather leaves. We gather our seeds. We gather our warmer clothes and blankets together. And we end the month with a gathering of family.

As we experience our gatherings, we have an opportunity to be in GRATITUDE for all that is. When I practice my Gratitude meditation, I allow for the Gratitude to flow through me. I affirm whatever springs to mind. I am grateful for having air to breathe; for the trees outside; for my friends and family; for the food I have to eat; for the rainbow of colors; and for being able to experience this physical life with all its complexities. We have the ability to see, hear, touch and feel. We can smell a beautiful rose and we can taste a scrumptious pumpkin pie. There is so much pleasure in the world and so often we write it off as being mundane, when in fact each piece of our life's puzzle is a fantastic marvel. When we pay attention and really notice the sensations we are perceiving, we can truly appreciate the world around us
—and therein lies the gift.

With much Gratitude, I thank YOU for reading my e-Newsletter!

Sending Love, Light, Joy and Prosperity to all,



Recently, I have had the good fortune of being able to buy several pairs of new shoes. Admittedly, I haven't always been able to do that. For five years my funds were nearly non-existent and the most I could muster up was $10 for two pairs of second-hand shoes at a thrift shop. I wore them every day for years until they fell apart. That is when I decided to finally put them out to shoe pasture for good. 

This single act inspired me to consider what my feet had been wearing over my lifetime. Long before my period of financial chaos, I started buying my own shoes when I turned fourteen, and while they were always nice when they started out, I stuck with my routine of owning only one pair of dressy shoes and one pair of tennis shoes at a time and that was it. I managed to don beautiful clothes, but I am extremely hard on my shoes and they inevitably showed wear and tear within a short period of time. From my ankles up, I looked like a fashion plate, but my feet looked like they were homeless. What was that all about, I wondered? Being the avid fan of symbolism that I am, I decided to dig deeply within in order to learn what lesson this whole shoe thing was trying to teach me.  


What's Happening This Month:

The following are offered by appointment—both in person and on Skype:

**Private & Group
Shamanic Journey Sessions

**Intuition Workshop

**Private & Group Meditation & Nature Walks

**All levels of Usui Reiki

**Komyo Reiki

(this is a 2-day workshop for Reiki Masters only)

**Lightarian Reiki
(advanced training for Reiki Masters only) 

**Booster Attunements

**Distant Healing Sessions


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