September is barreling down upon us! This month is about food, French, festivals
and flair! Be sure to check out the events. I will be at the Dallas Psychic Fair on Sunday,
September 2nd. Plus I have a Dowsing and Healing workshop coming up. Yes, lots to
plan for! But there is more. I want to fill up my calendar with appointments, so think about
a relaxing massage for you and your partner or an energy balancing to melt away the stress.
Otherwise I will be filling up space on Facebook and that can be addictive! Not really, my
nose will be to the grindstone next month. If you haven’t made your plans for the next
month, get busy. It’s time to plan!
It’s All About
And when it is not about me, it is
all about YOU especially when we work together in my healing space. Recent appointments have
included massage and Reiki, but did you know that I did ear candling? Also the tuning forks
can be used with the massage or with Reiki. Add a few crystals or essential oils, and viola
you have a special treat. Also I have gift certificates and coupons and special deals. Call
What a wakeup
call I discovered when I enrolled in French classes at Brookhaven College
http://www.brookhavencollege.edu/. Deadline for
registration is August 27th so if you miss that date, make a note for next time.
They even have classes and activities for the over 50’s http://www.brookhavencollege.edu/instruction/senior-adults/classes.aspx
which I might
check out when time permits. The actual wakeup call was the cost of tuition and the cost of
books (I am talking in the hundreds!!). If I had known this when I was in grammar aka high
school, maybe I would have paid more attention. Cost is certainly a motivation and I haven’t
even cracked open a page. Expect me to be parleying francais soon!
Seasons Market www.FourSeasonsMarkets.comis
the brainchild of Vincent Hirth and Florine Bowman, owners of Florine Bowman Pastries and is
modeled after successful festivals the couple ran in France some 12 years ago. Saturdays
through December 29th, this Farmers Market takes place at NTX Center, 677 West
Campbell Road, Richardson 9am-2 pm on Saturdays, close to UT Dallas. Funny how this location
is on the way to Half Price Books and one of my favorite walks around Prairie Creek! I can
recommend the tomatoes and the friendly vendors. And if they don’t have the veggies you
want, then a stop by Sprouts on the way back is called for.
if French pastry is on your menu, Florine Bowman is a passionate baker who decided to add
her French flair and savoir-faire to great traditional American Pastries
http://www.florinebowman.com/?sct=home. Pastries available at North Haven Gardens
Saturday. Check website for other locations.
details on all the local farmer’s markets, go to:
if you subscribe to the Dallas News, try
I am still
reminiscing about the London Olympics and joined 31 million viewers (really, that’s not very
many, this figure might be wrong) watching the closing ceremony. John Lennon’s “Imagine” was
emotional. Of course, anything British evokes memories. Still remembering Rowan Atkinson at
the opening ceremony, one evening I scoped out Mr. Bean https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBean- I certainly
don’t remember watching any of those shows when they were produced, however, now the humor
is laugh out loud funny. One evening I checked out Britain’s Got Talent http://talent.itv.com/and found that
Ashleigh and her dog named Pudsey were crowned winners this year. I really meandered and
looked at third place winners, a Welsh boys’ choir http://www.onlyboysaloud.com/
and that brought tears, plus their inspiring choir leader is reviving the traditional Welsh
men’s singing. Worth looking at the choir’s history. Second place opera stars Jonathan and
were phenomenal. You might think that Britain was going to the dogs, but if you favor dogs,
then you know it took a lot of training and talent!
I don’t know how many countries have their own “Got Talent” shows, but I
discovered an Australian http://au.tv.yahoo.com/australias-got-talent/
9-year old drummer, and he will be a rock star soon. Oops, he already is!! Jagger
made it to the final but was outvoted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTm9J6VrNpshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuHIoJ50emE&feature=related
When I was in Hot
Springs I had the opportunity to “play” on a drum set, remember, no prior experience. I had
fun, but no talent! But look at the young drummers today. Am I missing something? Or are the
incoming Indigos and Crystal children coming from a rock planet? Here are a few examples, and
if you like drumming all the better:
China has Talent
year old drummer Austin Rios and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9v6sGbJO14&feature=related
year old Aidan plays Wipeout and http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=czRIZh2UQgQ
3 year old Howard Wong and lastly http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_AX0JTogjM&feature=related
year old. This “research” led me to the World’s Fastest Drummer (WFD) and introduction to the
that measures the
number of drum beats. Welcome to the world of speed drumming! Amazing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFGS1uBthO4&feature=related
Here is a
stunning statement written in 2005. ”Ten years ago, the average American fourteen-year-old
had a vocabulary of 40,000 worlds; today it’s 10,000 and dropping.” From “Beyond the Indigo
Children – The New Children and the Coming of the Fifth World” by P.M.H. Atwater,
L.H.D. http://www.pmhatwater.com/I just wonder
what the average adult vocabulary is today. (Note to self, put more interesting words in
newsletter!) Atwater is recognized as an expert in near death experience, but if you are
looking at how we can help children today, you might want to check this book out of my
library. Atwater’s next book “Children of the Fifth World: A guide for the coming changes in
human consciousness” is due out in the Fall.This
information prompted me to do some reading of “Wind in the Willows.” So enjoyable! You can
read or download at http://www.gutenberg.org/catalog/world/readfile?fk_files=2349667
If you are not
acquainted with Toad of Toad Hall, you will enjoy this read, does not take long. And how is
this connected, I was researching “Food, Food, Glorious Food” and no, this was not Toady.
It’s from “Oliver!” At the very least, I hope our students today are being instilled with a
love of reading.
Last month I
mentioned a renewed interest in astrology. But have your considered numerology as a factor
in your life planning? Go to http://CindysNumerology.comand you will
see that Cindy Herb has created a slew of ideas for you to delve into. For instance, invite
Cindy to your next party and she can provide information to you and your guests that will be
entertaining and informative. Numerology parties or shows will be all the rage!
September Calendar and Far
See me at the Dallas Psychic Fair www.dallaspsychicfair.comdoing mini-energy balancing
sessions on Sunday, September 2nd. Located LBJ/Midway at the Doubletree Hotel.
Sign up at my table please. Also check out www.dallaspsychicfair.com/blogand see who is blogging about
what! Last month I had a reading with Linda Lee, a handwriting analyst, graph-ologist and
astrologer. Linda says, “Change your life, change your handwriting.” She gave me some tips
on working with my “temper” and writing out my I’s and T’s is indeed helpful. Plus it’s fuel
for the burning bowl! I have $2 discount cards for the Fair, so let me know if you want some
cards. I look forward to seeing you at the Fair!
Remember that the Gluten and
Allergen Free Expo www.gfafexpo.comwill be September 8-9 at Westin
Park Central in Dallas (by 635 and 75). Can you imagine gluten-free beer? I am thinking the
samples will be worth the visit.
North Dallas Reiki share group meets September 12th (second Wednesday of the month) at my
home (Tollway/Keller Springs). Open to all Reiki practitioners, 7-9 pm, call or email for
directions please. As usual we will honor distance requests. If you are a Reiki practitioner
and would like to share Reiki, consider this a night to put on your calendar!
September 16th, 2-5 pm, pendulums will be swinging again. Dowsing and Healing is
back! This time the material has been revamped and the emphasis will be on learning some
techniques using the pendulum as a healing tool. You have to have some experience with the
pendulum and also have a working interest in the healing arts. Cost is $35.00. Please sign
up by September 9th. Space is limited.
If you have the
slightest interest in dowsing, register for the free presentations that start September
25th http://dowsingworldsummit.com. Names of speakers you might recognize
include Joey Korn, John Living, Jean Slatter and Sandee Mac. Learn from the experts! This is
an opportunity not to be missed!
pioneer, Donna Eden,
promoting the International Gathering of Eden Energy Medicine 26-30 September in San Diego,
website lists they had over 100 proposals. (You know what that means, over 100 people wanted to
make presentations!). Wow, this lady has created a whole lot more than when I first thought
about energy medicine over 12 years ago. I haven’t bought my ticket yet, but you may want to
know about this event! (I will pass the hat another time!!)
20th, over eight thousand people will link hands over 7 miles and surround the
Sacred Mountain in Hot Springs.
Participants include local church groups and Native American people. http://www.momenthotsprings.com/Volunteering%20for%20the%20Moment.htm
Just looking at
the list of committees, you can tell this event is organized. (Thank you, Penny, for this
information, nice website too!) I love Hot Springs!
Wrapping It Up!
The refreshing rain this week has
been wonderful and the weather forecasters tell us that 100 degree temperatures are over. My
feet are happy! Now I can go walking comfortably. The beginning of the school year can be
inspirational. Is it time for you to take a class or a deeper interest in a subject but you
keep saying “later.” It’s not too late to brush off the rust and get the brain going! Have
you planned your Labor Day weekend? While planning, visit some of the local festivals now
that cooler weather is on its way. For ideas or suggestions, try http://listings.dfw.com/fort_worth_tx/events/dallas+festivals
or look at the
Dallas Observer guide. And if you are tempted to write me in French, don’t do it until next
year, my school-girl French is limited, but for starters…. La vie est belle! Bonne
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