3 Classes in Virginia Beach, VA at the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists Convention

Roxanne Louise will be teaching an all-day

  1. TRANSPERSONAL DOWSING CERTIFICATION COURSE on Friday, November 6 from 9-5 at the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotists Convention to be held at the Barlay Towers Hotel, 8th and Atlantic, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Class is absolutely the best program on dowsing for mental and emotional healing as well as the best dowsing course for hypnotherapists!
  • Quickly locate and clear stuck energies that drain vitality, health, and the ability to live life with passion and effectiveness.
  • Determine the underlying reasons for any self defeating behavior or repeating pattern, and clear it.
  • Locate the root cause and relevant sensitizing events or issues.
  • Identify negative judgments, core beliefs or emtions.
  • Clear negative programs that are projected into the future.
  • Identify needed or helpful beliefs, behaviors or therapies.
  • Greatly add to your efficiency and effectiveness with your clients.
  • Research your client’s issues in advance.
  • Know in advance what techniques, inductions, visualizations or therapeutic interventions to use.
  • Infinitely increase your self awareness and healing.
  • Incorporate telepathic healing into your work.
  • Apply it to practical business matters and problem solving for anything.

No prior knowledge of dowsing is required. Bring a pendulum or borrow/buy one in class. Handouts included, but instructor’s book, Therapeutic Dowsing and Telepathic Healing is strongly recommended.

Class is only $99. Contact NATH at 800-2996-MIND or email Dee@holistictree.com. To view the entire conference, see http://www.holistictree.com/index.php/nath-annual-convention

Hotel rooms are only $65/night, ocean view, that includes breakfast!!!

Roxanne is also teaching

2. RELEASING ANGER WITHOUT KILLING ANYONE on Saturday, November 7 at 1:30-2:30 PM, and the

3. The INFINITE INTELLIGENCE PROCESS at 4-5 PM.

Life Provides Three Kinds of Teachers

Somewhere I heard that a tribe of the American Indians consider that we can have three kinds of teachers.

The Positive Example

The first is one that teaches us by their words and life how to be, how to live, and what is important. They provide answers to the questions of life. Not only is their teaching true and helpful, but they walk their talk. You are truly blessed if you have this shining example in your life as a guide.

However, the downside is that their teaching is taken on faith without examination. Their lessons may be learned by rote. With unquestioning acceptance of what is said, their student may not learn how to learn, how to find the answers to what was not provided, how to evaluate information, or to obtain continuing wisdom on their own. They may not learn how to handle or adapt changing times or situations not encountered by your teacher.

If you are accustomed to simply accepting what you are told and later meet an imperfect teacher, or imperfect followers of the perfect teacher, or if your teacher who had previously been a shining example gets caught up in ego and deviates from the path, you may not have developed your power of discernment to prevent you from also being led astray. Or you may chuck the whole teaching, throwing out what was good and valuable as well as what was not.

Another possibility is that although the teacher of the positive example found answers that were right for their own life and faithfully reported them to you, what was right for them may not be right for you or right at this point in time. You still have to process what you are being taught and told through the still small voice within you.

The Negative Example

The second type of teacher is someone who teaches you how to be and how to live by providing a strong contrast of how not to be or how not to live. Those who present the negative path are very powerful teachers also and can actually help you to set a better course for yourself.

For example, if a parent abandons his children, you, as one of those children, may make a commitment to never abandon your own children because you experienced first hand the pain of that experience. As a result, your children are blessed. If you had been around someone who taunted, humiliated, or verbally degraded you, you may learn to always think before you speak and to respect the feelings of others. This makes you nicer to be around. However,

learning is optional and never guaranteed.

The downside to the negative example is that you may simply judge and condemn this kind of teacher without ever finding the positive lesson. You may dwell in anger, bitterness or resentment, and may, unwittingly become like the very person you detest.

The Coyote

The third type is the coyote teacher. This type does not provide all of the answers or provides answers that are confusing. They may give you only part of what you need and want to know. They sometimes tell you things that are true and helpful, but they may also tell you things that are false or hurtful, providing both positive and negative examples. The bottom line is that the Coyote forces you to dig down deep inside of yourself to find the answers for yourself . They push you to find your own truth and wisdom.

All types of teachers have value.

Indeed, as you think of your parents and other family members, your school teachers, friends and associates, you may have had all kinds in your life already. The point is:

LEARN FROM ALL!

The moment you learn, the moment you find the blessing, it takes the sting out of painful experiences and relationships, and removes confusion and discord. It also leads to greater understanding, acceptance and tolerance.

So, the questions are:

Is what I am hearing true? Is it always true? Can I still trust this message?

Is this example trustworthy, something that I want to emulate?

What can I learn from this person, this relationship, this interchange, positive or negative?

What is good that I admire and respect?

What is the positive opposite of what I am witnessing that I do not admire or respect, or dislike?

How can I use the words, message, example, positive or negative, of this person to be a better person myself?

What is the message others are getting from my life, my words and actions, my example?

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