Happy Sunday. We all know our words and feelings have power. Over ourselves and how people interpret them. Below is a video of how those same thoughts and words effect water. The power in thought and action. I leave you with “Have a great day” For more on how Dr. Emoto did the experiment you […]Read More Water, Consciousness & Intent: Dr. Masaru Emoto
Thinking of joining us for BreakThrough 1 in Ottawa. You still have two days to save 100.00$ and get the early bird special. Free Lecture: March 1st at 7pm Course is March 3rd & 4th 9am – 5pm For more information please contact: Coordinator: Lori Hollohan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 613-866-7091 Location: Canadian School of Natural […]Read More BreakThrough 1 – Early Bird Special for Ottawa – Time is running out.
Someone sent this really moving video to Terryann and got us thinking about the power of words. We all understand that words can hurt or make us smile. But how we understand them is what gives them such power. Think of the words Success and Fulfillment. Their definition is standard but the images they evoke […]Read More The Power of Words
How is 2012 treating you so far? At Le Urban Retreat we’ve been pretty busy. Terryann just finished teaching in Kelowna BC and had a great class. We have a few courses coming up in the next couple of months and the sites been updated. Check them out and if you have any questions the […]Read More Classes are updated
Hello Everyone. Hope you all enjoyed the holiday season and 2012 has started off great. For the start of the new year the Group Sessions are back. We have two this month. January 9th and January 23rd […]Read More Group Sessions for January
“Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true” – Lord Tennyson We hope you had a great and safe holiday season so far. It’s been a busy year here and we wanted to take […]Read More Happy New Year
Sometimes when it feels like it’s the end of the line, it’s just your life forcing you to switch tracks. How do you handle those moments? Most often than not it forces me into a direction I never expected but almost always thankful for.Read More End Of a Line or Start of a Trip?