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                 Paradigm Shifts: Past, Present, and Future

                                                By Ralph Squire

 

     Ralph Squire was born and Raised on a small family farm during the Great Depression. He was an Engineering Major at UC Berkeley in 1947-48. He was a Horticulture Major at UC Davis in 1949-50. From 1951 to 1953 He served as a plain clothes investigator for Army Counter Inteligence.  From 1953 to 1978 He managed his family's farm properties near Modesto, CA, raising fruits and nuts. Since 1978 he has owned and operatede Marble Quarry RV Park at Columbia, CA www.marblequarry.com Ralph is also a Fellow of the National Speleological Society and has a major cave research project under way on his property in Columbia.    

     Ralph has been dowsing for about 43 years and has chaired the Mother Lode Dowsers for many years. He frequently speaks at dowing conferences and is the past Trustee of the American Society of Dowsers.  Along with Walt Woods, Ralph helped form the Subtle Energy Research Institute (SERI) and is curently the President and Webmaster for SERI. www.seri-worldwide.org

 

     Ralph will discuss a feeling of worthlessness that pervades mankind. He has overcome this handicap and will shere the paradigm shift that occured when he learned how to dowse. He believes that dowsing can be the primary factor that will cause a blending of science/religion. Ralph will share his views of paradigm shifts he sees occuring in the world today and briefly discuss the changes he sees coming associated with the Mayan calendar and the Hopi Prophesies leading to ascension.     

 

 

 

 

 

 

Northern California Dowsers

Invites you to the presentation

"Vedanta"

By Maryse Smith, M.Sc.

Date: Sunday, 5 August 2012 at 1PM

New Location: Wild Side Community Room

(next to Tobacco 'n Brew)

2139 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002

Donation: $5 at the door

Feel free to bring snacks &/or refreshments.

Parking in rear, (behind building).

 

Subject – Vedanta philosophy – Sometimes referred to as "The Perennial Philosophy"

Definitions – What is "Real?" What is the goal (according to Vedanta)?

Four major paths (Yogas) to that goal.

Benefits of these Yogas regardless of personal convictions or religion.

 

Maryse was born in France, to a very atheistic family. After coming to this country, she was exposed to different ideas about God and religion, and she began to question her upbringing. This led to a search, which in turn led to her interest in Vedanta, which she pursued extensively. In college she studied, amongst other things, mathematics, and she taught math at Seattle University for nearly four years. A number of times she has been a guest lecturer on Vedanta, at Butte Community College, addressing a class on "Eastern Religion and Philosophy".

 

 

 

 

 

 

                           

 

Northern California Dowsers

Present

Jim Hennigan

on

"Metaphysical Inner Alchemy"

Date: Sunday, 15 July 2012 at 1PM

Wild Side Community Room

(next to Tobacco 'n Brew)

2139 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002

Donation: $5 at the door

Snacks &/or refreshments not discouraged

Parking in rear, (behind building)

 

Jim’s Background:

Faculty member Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.

Facilitator & Practitioner at Miro Center of Integrative Medicine.

Practitioner North Shore Integrative Medicine Program, Northwestern University.

Psychic Healer, Acupuncturist, Herbalist, QiGonger & Pranic Healer.

The Holistic Health Hour radio show host.

Martial Arts Instructor.

Etc., etc., etc…

 

 

 

 

Mystery Schools-Ancient and Modern 

By Dr. Robert E. Smith

Date: Sunday, 3 June 2012 at 1PM

New Location: Wild Side Community Room

(next to Tobacco 'n Brew)

2139 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002

Donation: $5 at the door

Please, bring finger food for refreshment & park in the back.

Mystery Schools — Ancient and Modern

Mystery schools have played an important, if often unrecognized, role in the development of the philosophies and religions of mankind. In an often unsuspected way they have influenced our approach to medicine as well as religions. They provide a marked contrast to the materialistic approach of most science today and to our understanding of reality. This talk will review the history and implications of mystery schools, including the forms they take in contemporary society. It will discuss the relationship of the training provided students in mystery schools with our activities as dowsers, as both tap into a source of knowledge that is outside our usual physical reality.

 

Robert E. Smith, Ph.D.


Robert E. Smith is Professor Emeritus of Human Physiology at the University of California at Davis, and he teaches a course on the History and Philosophy of Medicine at the Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Honolulu. Dr. Smith studied Hawaiian medicine with Hawaii’s leading traditional herbal healer, and he has had personal experience with Tibetan and Native American medicines, all giving him a broad perspective of both Western and traditional medicines. He is presently writing a textbook on the History and Philosophy of Medicine.

 

 

 

May 6, 2012

 

Northern California Dowsers Chapter

Invites you to the presentation

“Using Herbs in our Daily lives”

By  Dr. Bonnie Travis

DC/Herbalist

Date: Sunday,  6  May 2012 at 1PM

New Location: Wild Side Community Room

(next to Tobacco 'n Brew)

2139 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002

Donation: $5 at the door

Please, bring finger food for refreshment & park in the back.

 

A Power Point presentation will be given by Dr. Bonnie Travis, DC/Herbalist on

 “Using Herbs in our Daily lives”. Dr. Travis will discuss how herbs can be used as food, medicine, gifts and other household uses.

 

Dr. Travis graduated from The Palmer College of Chiropractic located in Sunnyvale, California in 1984, receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She received her Herbalist certification from the East West School of Herbology in Santa Cruz.

In addition to her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Dr. Travis has a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education and Chemistry, and holds a lifetime California Teaching Credential. She has postgraduate training in acute low back injuries, sports injuries, chiropractic care for expectant mothers, pediatric chiropractic care, and applied spinal biomechanical engineering.  Dr. Travis has lectured to her colleagues and the public regarding Menopause, Herbal Medicine making and other classes. She is also a member of National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and a Bureau of Registered Nurses provider.

 

Dr. Travis practices in Redding at 405 South Street, suite D, located between Athens and Park Marina Blvd. She can be reached by phone at (530)739-5516 and on the web at www.BonnieTravisDC.com

 

 

 

 

April 1, 2012 

 

 

Northern California Dowsers Chapter

Invites you to the presentation

 

 

“Dowsing for Health and Well-Being Using Pendulum, Shapes and Frequencies”

 

By  Yana

 

Date: Sunday,  April 1st  2012, at 1PM

New Location: Wild Side Community Room

(next to Tobacco 'n Brew)

2139 Hilltop Drive, Redding, CA 96002

 

Donation: $5 at the door

 

Please bring finger food

       & park in the back

 

 

 

 

May 6th, NorCal Dowsers Meeting, Guest Speaker

 

A Power Point presentation will be given by Dr. Bonnie Travis, DC/Herbalist on

"Using Herbs in our Daily lives". Dr. Travis will discuss how herbs can be used as food, medicine, gifts and other household uses.

 

Dr. Travis graduated from The Palmer College of Chiropractic located in Sunnyvale, California in 1984, receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She received her Herbalist certification from the East West School of Herbology in Santa Cruz.

In addition to her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Dr. Travis has a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education and Chemistry, and holds a lifetime California Teaching Credential. She has postgraduate training in acute low back injuries, sports injuries, chiropractic care for expectant mothers, pediatric chiropractic care, and applied spinal biomechanical engineering. Dr. Travis has lectured to her colleagues and the public regarding Menopause, Herbal Medicine making and other classes. She is also a member of National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and a Bureau of Registered Nurses provider.

Dr. Travis practices in Redding at 405 South Street, suite D, located between Athens and Park Marina Blvd. She can be reached by phone at 739-5516 and on the web at www.BonnieTravisDC.com 

 

 

 

 

West Coast Dowsing Conference
Put it on the calendar!
“Dowsing a Clear Path Forward”
July 6-10, 2012
UC Santa Cruz, College 8, Santa Cruz, CA
Schools, classes and workshops with top dowsers from across the West and throughout the nation! Meet dowsers from all walks of life! Plan to be there!
 
For more information, please go to: http://dowserswestcoast.org/