Insights and Healing with Patrick Moore


Breathing Naturally eBook
August 15, 2018, 1:09 pm
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Humans like me have been enculturated to breathe unnaturally. We have stopped using any effort to exhale. We use effort to inhale, then let gravity and the elasticity of our tissues to push out air. But this does not push out enough air, and we end up acidic, or carbonated. Just as there is too much CO2 in the atmosphere, there is too much CO2 in our bodies.

At least, that is what I claim in my eBook, Breathing Naturally. (here is the link)

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This book has been the work of more than a decade, including my experiences breathing while jogging, learning how to treat breathing muscles in massage school, and extra research I have done.

The book begins with a story of me jogging along the canal in Phoenix late one night. The jasmine flowers were in bloom along the Biltmore area and I was inhaling their scent as I jogged…

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This cover image, I photoshopped from two different locations along the canal. One is near Camelback (you see in the background) to the East of the Biltmore area. The other photo is my friend Maurice when we used to jog along the canal from Scottsdale into the indian reservation to the East of Scottsdale. I shot this photo of him using my phone as we jogged. We both had pony tails at that time so I used his photo to represent me… The canals through Phoenix and Scottsdale, it is told, were built by the Hohokam or “old ones” indians who were here prior to the tribes who now live in Arizona. It is fun to jog along there, imagining natives might have done the same jog five to six hundred years ago, prior to Europeans arriving in the Americas…

 

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Reiki Level Two, Time and Space Travel
June 21, 2018, 10:04 am
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Whenever I read tales of time travel and space travel, even as a youngster, I wondered why people would bother building things like fancy cars to take them there. Why not just go? I was ten when the Fleetwood Mac song “Hypnotized” came out, which described flying over mountains and trees without an airplane. Soon I was practicing in my basement with a book on Self Hypnosis that I got from my school library. I was thirteen when I read Carlos Castaneda’s Second Ring of Power, my first confirmation that people could go places without a metal vehicle.

The Reiki Level Two practitioner is suddenly capable of “sending energy” into the past and future, or to a person who is in another part of the world. I consider this to be time travel and space travel.

Is it technology? Is it shamanism? What differentiates science from spirituality? Both H.G. Wells’ Time Machine and Reiki Level Two are using equations, symbols in specific combinations that yield specific results. In fact Wells’ story had a similar effect as the healing in this graph.

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Reiki Level Two–sending energy into the recipient’s past, having the energy be constant from then until a future time, and from there influencing the present with energy.

Wells’ story followed an original thinker whom his friends thought was crazy. He went far into the future to see what are the effects of how humans are currently operating. He came back to the present to tell the cautionary tale: if one class of people are doing all the work, and another class of people are living in comfort and beauty, over the course of evolution the two will become different species, one having far greater capability and intelligence than the other. Those who pursue only comfort and beauty will grow weak over time until they can no longer assure their own survival but will be completely dependent upon others. By publishing the story, Wells actually changed the future by changing his present (our past). For the Time Machine, Wells used the same graph above, only flipped.. first Wells went to the far future, then back to the present to influence the readers who would change the near future. The book about time travel, actually changed our timeline!

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Wells used this same approach when he wrote about the far past, in his story about the first prehistoric man who began thinking strategically, and in his History of the World. Wells realized the way a story is told about the past, influences the future and present.

When we want to heal something really heavy, tragic, or having its roots in trauma or overwhelming emotions in the past, we need a sophisticated and thorough approach, equal to or greater than the intensity of the original.

While self-healing is possible, and people should always do all they can for themselves, it is also very helpful (perhaps necessary?) that an objective outside person bringing unconditional compassion, assists the healing. Reiki can be very powerful both for healing oneself and for assisting healing others. I say can be because the equations alone are often not adequate, for the big things. Then we want the technique of Reiki plus the guarantee that the giver is coming from the right place. This addition is what gives Reiki that everpresence and thoroughness, so that no ailment will stand.

Here are the steps I learned from Reiki Master Stephen Bruno

  1. Step One: Connect with the person’s essence, with your own essence.
  2. Step Two: Connect with the first and strongest early causes of the predicament the person is now suffering.
  3. Step Three: Create an arc of energy that begins in time at the first causes, arcing to the final dissipation of this ailment or dis-ease, in the future.
  4. This arc of energy sort of rains down upon the person, every moment between the first second of the precursors of the illness to the last.
  5. Step Four: Connect with the future time when this malady has been completely evaporated.
  6. Step Five: Have your own essence calculate what is required in the present, so that by the future, this future will be in place.
  7. Create an arc of energy from the present to the future, that rains down all that is required from now to the future in which this situation is embraced.

I will be offering Reiki I and II on Saturday and Sunday, July 28 & 29, 2018 in Tucson, AZ. To register, or if you have any questions about Level Two Reiki, please use the contact form below. I am happy to provide short support by email and free phone consultations.

Warmly,

Patrick

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Reiki I & II Certification Classes July 28 & 29, 2018
June 14, 2018, 1:17 pm
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My Reiki Teacher Stephen is hosting his next Reiki workshops in Grand Junction, Colorado…

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These classes are designed to thoroughly teach The Usui System of Natural Healing. These certification classes are a combination of lecture, discussion, and hands-on practical experience. The classes are kept small for quality instruction. Register soon to reserve your spot in July’s Grand Junction, Colorado Reiki I & II Certification Classes.

These classes include instruction on giving animals and other critters Reiki treatments.

Learn the Usui System of Natural Healing and become a Certified Reiki Practitioner. To register for this class click on Contact Stephen.

Kindle your passions, stimulate your compassion and re-ignite your inner power by attending this certification class. Our lunch break (meal not provided) is 1 hour with restaurants 15 minutes and away from the training location. These classes are held from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m in Grand Junction, Colorado. Time for breaks is given. Upon completion of the class, participants will…

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Saguaro Harvest will be a Good One!
May 30, 2018, 12:37 pm
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Judging from the profuse flowering of saguaro cactus in the city limits of Tucson, I am predicting a great harvest of saguaro fruits by June 15. You don’t need a pole to get the best fruits, you simply look around the bottom of saguaros. When to look? Look up at the tops of the Saguaros. Right now you see white flowers open, or flowers that have closed and look like knobs. When you see what looks like open red flowers, that look like Stargazer Lillies, those are not flowers.. Those are fruits! 

Saguaro Two Perfect fruits like Lillies

This photo shows two perfect saguaro fruits just as I found them lying on the ground near the base of the tall cactus. What look like flower petals, are the fruit skin. In the hot sun, the fruit opens and peels itself. The inner fruit that starts out juicy and wet, dehydrates during the day. Often just the dried fruit falls out of the peel. Often you find perfect non-messy soft but not juicy sweet fruits on the ground. Since they have partially dehydrated they do not pick up dirt, maybe a little dirt but you can blow them off and pop them in your mouth. Yum! This is my favorite fruit!!

The fruit peel may have a few stickers but I am very sensitive to stickers and I handle the fruit peels with my bare hands. Once the fruit has opened, the inner fruit has no stickers and you can eat it without fear of stickers in your mouth. (UNlike “prickly pear” fruit. Prickly Pear are small bushy cacti with flat pancake shapes that look like hands. Prickly pear are usually about the height of your knee or hip. Saguaro are usually twenty feet tall, like a light pole, sometimes with arms, sometimes without).

I have twice attended a saguaro harvesting class, where we were shown how to pull down saguaro fruits with a pole. I have done it that way myself but gave it up for two reasons. 1) the fruits that have fallen on the ground are so much more abundant that there is no need to go through all the work. You can get more fruits per hour just foraging on the ground. 2) the ones on the ground are dry, and the ones you push off the cactus twenty feet in the air are wet. Once they fall, the wet ones gather dirt and gravel.  Difficult to eat today, difficult to separate out the dirt and gravel if you want to eat raw fruits for the next few weeks.

Sometimes the fruit falls and hits a branch of a palo verde tree, and hangs there at the level of your eye or hand. You don’t even need to bend over, the fruit is offered for you there just perfect for your reach! How generous these tall beings are!

Last year I posted a plate full of dried saguaro, I will find that photo and post it again. In the middle of the season I filled up a 2-quart plastic container with mostly dry saguaro fruit in about two hours.

The season ends when the rains begin, maybe around July 3.

Saguaro fruit is low-glycemic sugar so it is healthier for people watching their sugar. That means it is metabolized slower than some other fruits. That is, unless you cook it. Once you boil saguaro fruit down to jelly, then the sugar is just as potent as other sugars. I feel cooking spoils the flavor of saguaro. They taste so good raw!! As the fruit has been hanging out on the peel all day, sometimes it ferments a little which gives it a sweet tang, ah!

It is illegal to harvest saguaro fruit in Saguaro National Park and many other places. It is against the policies to pick any fruits at the Desert Museum. Be sure to check and ask permission before harvesting. That said, since there has been so much flowering in local Tucson homes, you might have a bounty of fruits in your own yard, or your neighbor’s yard. My neighbor has given me permission to harvest her saguaro fruits. I have counted over a hundred blossoms on her several saguaros so I am drooling!



And, There She Was
April 29, 2018, 3:42 pm
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This is from my jogging coach, Stephen. At his suggestion I began jogging at age 35 and have been jogging more and more miles each year since then. Some people spend a lot of effort improving their minds, some improving their bodies, some improving their hearts, and I am learning all are important in balance.

scan0087 Running a high school varsity cross country race. I always ran barefoot.

Many years ago, when I was vegan, I ran sixteen miles nearly every day while living in Phoenix, Arizona. I would run from my home along the city streets until I reached the canals. Most of my run on the canal was solitary. I was at the peak of my physical capability, even better than in high school and college.

One day it was about 118° and extremely high humidity. I thought I would be okay to run as I had found a great way to stay hydrated. I would wear light running shorts and T-shirt along with the best running shoes I could afford. I wore a dual pack of water bottles strapped to my lower back. I would freeze the water bottles overnight, so they remained frozen during the early portion of my run. At the…

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Quincy, a Dachshund Co-Therapist
April 9, 2018, 10:28 pm
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a fun short story of healing from my mentor Stephen

Many people have wonderful stories about their animal companions which are sometimes about how the actions of the cat, dog or another animal saved their life. Here is my story about my animal companion, Quincy, a miniature Dachshund.

Many years ago, I provided psychological counseling through private practice in my office and sometimes in my home. One day, I received a referral from a psychologist at a local school district about a male high school student. The psychologist told me that the individual was very resistant to therapy and refused to communicate in any sessions, so they decided on referring him to me.

In the first session in the home office, I briefly greeted the young high school student who sat on the couch facing me while I sat in the recliner. Quincy chose that day for the first time to climb up on my lap, with my help, and…

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Sweetwater Trail, Saguaro Nat’l Park
January 15, 2018, 7:42 pm
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A wonderful way to do “activism” is by using creative arts like painting! Betina Fink shows an excellent example of doing this in her recent post…

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Park lands in the western states are being threatened on a daily basis. The natural beauty and stark intensity of desert lands just aren’t important to some people in power. The land is seen as valuable only in terms of what it can give up for money: mining, uranium, rooftops.

Close to my home are the Tucson Mountains, and the Sweetwater Trail, which still has National Park status, but lots of new rooftops dotting the pristine hills. I had a free day and went to walk the washes and animal trails just off the main human trail. Found a spot to set up and do an oil sketch.

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It was so peaceful, yes warm because it has been the warmest recorded temps for this time of year, regardless of what some might say. But no snakes! Just coyotes howling a little in the distance and some birds rustling about.

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