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November  2014
The Essential Guide for Healers and Healing- Der Leitfaden für Heiler und Heilung.»
The Basel Psi-Association
Sa/So, 8./9. November 2014
Switzerland
Neuweilerstrasse 15
CH-4054 Basel
Tel: 0041 61 383 97 20

November  2014
SOJOURNS INTO THE DESERT of THE HEART.»
Findhorn Foundation
Nov. 15-17, 2014
Findhorn, Scotland

February  2015
Sedona, AZ.»
Caroline Myss
Enchantment Resort
All Inclusive
Feb. 5-8, 2015

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Glossary

Archetypes
Predefined patterns of behavior that we are each born with. Your individual Sacred Contract™ holds your archetypal psyche -- the agreement your spirit makes before inhabiting the human world.

Chakras, The
The body contains seven energy centers, known as chakras. Together, these energy centers -- data banks, as I like to call them -- are an archetypal depiction of your individual maturation through seven distinct stages.

Divine, The
Your spiritual connection, whether it be to God, Buddha, Jesus Christ or Allah.

Energy Medicine
A broad range of approaches for healing that center around the human energy system, including the science of intuition.

Energy System, Human
Quantum physics defines this is an electromagnetic field in and around the body which is generated by the body's biological processes. An easy way to explore the human energy system is to use the chakra model.

Intuition
The skill of interpreting the language of human energy. Contrary to popular belief that strong intuitive abilities are a gift, I believe intuition is a learned skill that is based primarily on fully developed self-esteem.

Myth of Er, The
The Myth of Er is defined as an analogy used in Plato's Republic. It is mentioned at the end of the last of the ten books in The Republic (10.614-10.621).

With the analogy, Plato seems to have been attempting to introduce the concept that morally good people should be rewarded after death, and morally bad people should be punished after death. These rewards and punishments are self granted or inflicted.

Further reading:
Myth of Er - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Myth of Er (Plato, Republic X)

Symbolic Sight
A way of seeing and understanding yourself, other people, and life events in terms of universal archetypal patterns. Developing symbolic sight enhances your intuitive ability as it allows you to view events, people and challenges in an objective light.

Synchronicity
Speaking from a Jungian viewpoint, synchronicities are meaningful coincidences; they are events that seemingly have no causal relationship, but are in fact related. On an energetic level, you attract synchronicities into your life, such as when you are seeking guidance. Use symbolic sight to uncover the significance and meaning of your synchronicities.

Tribe, Tribal
Any group which you are a part of: familial, work, social, ethnic, etc. The tribal or 'group' mind is has been called the lowest form of consciousness because group members frequently have difficulty accepting responsibility for their personal role and actions -- they defer to the group's patterns. Issues related to the tribe most often manifest in the first chakra.