Eric Pearl, DC, founder of The Reconnection, will be offering two presentations in Texas this month. The first, Explore New Frequencies of Healing, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., July 10, at Unity of the Hills, in Austin, is designed to help practitioners become leaders in energy health care. Participants will learn about a new and dynamic level of healing that transcends technique and frees us from complex rituals and fear-based protections. This technique can be used for self-healing, as well as to heal others, regardless of the participant’s background. Participants will learn about the history, theory and scientific research behind this technique and tap into this unique vibrational bandwidth of energy, light and information to inform, guide, heal, transform and reconnect their lives. Cost: $15 with online registration; $20 at the door. Location: 9905 Anderson Mill Rd.
by Julie Wylie
It’s morning, an alarm has sounded and all across America women and men spring from their beds, throw open the shutters and begin their day. Eckhart Tolle says, “When you wash your hands, when you make a cup of coffee, when you’re waiting for the elevator—instead of indulging in thinking, these are all opportunities for being there as a still, alert presence.”
Por primera vez en Austin, Lilia Sixtos, estará presentando el Taller Sana Tu Vida en Español, de las 5 a las 8pm, el sábado 12 de Julio. Aprobado por Louise L. Hay y autorizado por Hay House, Inc., este taller transformacional ha ayudado a miles de personas alrededor del mundo a mejorar sus vidas, a través de cambiar sus patrones de pensamiento para crear la vida que quieren vivir. Lilia Sixtos es maestra certificada del programa Heal Your Life, (Sana Tu Vida).
Jikiden Reiki is coming to the greater Austin area, from 6 to 9 p.m., July 25; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., July 26; and 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 27. The Shoden seminar focuses on the Yamaguchi family history with Hayashi in Ishikawa, replete with photographs of Chiyoko with Hayashi and her extensive family; detoxification of the body; learning to work with “byosen”; toxicity as a guide in the Reiki treatment; and Hatsureiho, a practice to sensitize the hands.
Grahame Martin is offering The Light Course from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., June 17 to 18 at Nature’s Treasures Community Event Center Studio, in Austin.
Established in London, this course is a journey that begins at the most material connection with ourselves and leads us to the most spiritual point of awareness. It will enable participants to explore their physical and invisible light. By using their relationship with the cosmos, this unique course evokes higher perception as each aspect of ourselves is energetically explored to release blocks that hold us back. The pivotal point to our being is our Soul Mission, which needs to be as free as possible.
Dr. Eric Pearl, the founder of Reconnective Healing, shares ways that we can experience healing and actualize our true potential from July 18 to 22, in Houston.
“Reconnective Healing is a simple, easy-to-learn, healing approach that transcends energy healing and its complexity,” says Pearl. During his seminars, he invites one or more audience members with visible ailments on stage to demonstrate what is considered by some a spontaneous healing. Pearl explains, “It accesses vibrational frequencies that are accessible to everyone. Without physically touching people, it frequently has instantaneous and life-lasting results for individuals with range-of-motion limitations, cancers, depression, AIDS-related diseases, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, chronic pain and muscle aches.”
As a doTERRA Wellness Advocate, Tracy Rhodes, of Mother Earth RX, loves sharing and educating others about the benefits of approaching health the natural way. doTERRA International is an all-natural health and wellness company whose primary products are essential oils. Their certified-pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils represent the safest, purest and most beneficial oils available on the market today. Long used throughout history in many different cultures for their therapeutic and medicinal benefits, modern trends towards a more holistic approach to health are driving a revival and new discoveries of essential oil applications.
According to a recent Chronic Pain Survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics, 76.5 million Americans reported a problem with pain that persisted for more than 24 hours. More than 51 percent of the respondents felt that they had little or no control over their pain, and 60 percent admitted that they experienced the intensity of pain one or more times each day, severely impacting the quality of their life and overall well-being.
After suffering a crippling accident while building a successful ranching and logging operation, Dr. Gary Young was informed by specialists that he would be paralyzed for life. After two years of intense pain and dedicated personal research into acupressure, herbalism, nutrition and aromatherapy, he discovered the innate power of essential oils to combat disease, preserve health and promote natural and healthy lifestyles.
For those searching for the inspiration and guidance needed to face today’s personal, political and financial challenges, Hay House’s annual I Can Do It! Conference, from June 7 to 8 at the Bass Concert Hall, in Austin, may be the answer. This transformational summit is an opportunity to revitalize the soul, enlighten the mind and spirit and obtain creative strategies for prospering and thriving in the current world climate.
Featuring many of today’s most life-changing and powerful motivational authors, attendees will spend the weekend listening to such headliners as Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Doreen Virtue, Immaculée Ilibagiza, Kris Carr and Robert Holden, along with many other bestselling authors and acclaimed speakers.
The Voice & Exit event returns to the Austin Music Hall and Ballet Austin on June 21 after a successful 2013 debut. Billed as a celebration of “human flourishing”, the event includes short talks, interactive breakouts and a festival designed to inspire people about radical innovation and alternative ways of living.
Some have referred to the event as mix of TED, Cirque du Soleil and a sprinkling of Burning Man. “We start with the idea that people want to find well-being, life meaning and personal fulfillment,” says cofounder Max Borders, “Then we move outward from there to community and to the wider world.”