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Quantum-Touch 2.0: The New Human

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 5, 2013

quantum-touch-2-0-the-new-humanWhat if everyone had the innate ability to quickly and easily do powerful energy healing, on themselves and others, even at a great distance and across time? It would change our whole notion of what a human being is, what we can accomplish, and how we can evolve our civilization.

Everyone does have this innate ability, asserts author Richard Gordon. We just need someone to point it out to us, show us how to use it, and then return us to our daily lives, enhanced, transformed, and empowered. This is what he does, clearly and simply, in “Quantum-Touch 2.0: The New Human”.

The originator of the Quantum-Touch energy healing method, Richard Gordon has been refining and augmenting Quantum-Touch since the publication of his best-selling book “Quantum-Touch: The Power to Heal”. He shares his latest and most revolutionary discoveries in this new book, taking Quantum-Touch to a far more expanded and powerful level.

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SETTLE IT … and be Blessed Reviewed By Conny Crisalli of Bookpleasures.com

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 5, 2013

Author: Tom Gehring
Publisher: Montserrat Press
ISBN: 978-1-62335-000-0

My whole life has come down to just one message: God wants you to settle the matters in your life, and do it quickly. He has told me that he wants to pour out his blessings on his sons and daughters and that to do so they must do all they can to settle all the burdens and trials that have come their way or will come their way.” Tom Gehring writes in his book,SETTLE IT … and be Blessed.

At over two hundred and fifty pages, this hardback book is gives a Christian approach with suggestions to help settle a lawsuit, family, friend or business dispute, personal problem or addiction by turning to God for peace, solace and answers. Including helpful Biblical and secular footnotes, the book is divided into three parts, each chapter ending with a summary along with several author poems and pages for journaling. This reader wishes all pronouns of God were capitalized for reverence.

Author Gehring has been a California trial lawyer in the legal trenches for over thirty years, mainly concentrating on business law. In his book, he dissects almost a dozen of his legal cases, ranging from old Jewish Harry who may lose his radio businesses and Mike’s hidden personal secret that affected his business decisions to cancer-ridden Sarah’s divorce battle over her weight loss clinics and three Italian brothers’ long term fight for their deceased father’s business.

Yet between the jumbled stories, the writer writes of his own personal problems by journaling his birthdays, divorce and dealing with depression. Through the heartache, exhaustion, and wanting to be a Christian warrior and mystic, Gehring lists several simple steps to encourage us to let go and let God do battle for us when dealing with lawsuits or disagreements.

In addition to avidly settling disputes quickly, not hastily, the writer reiterates one should read the Biblical Beatitudes that he calls Jesus’ Eight Step Program to be blessed. Being true peacemakers, we should turn our challenges over to the Lord with the tools He has given us individually. Writing on a standard paper napkin, he suggests putting T+ for “Trust in the Lord” on the top and list the items that need God’s intervention. The author says we need to have the desire, make the decision, ask God, and then receive, see, speak and act on it. By going to bed at eight o’clock and getting up at three o’clock to pray and meditate on the Lord, answers and blessings will come. If you watch and pray, even your enemies will be at peace with you.

With most major mistakes happening within the first five minutes of a decision, we all need to be reminded to wait patiently for God’s answer. Legal and relationship trials produce trustworthiness yet settlements always yield sacrifice. With a plethora of Biblical references and stories, the book has a myriad of repetition and jumping between topics and lawsuits. However, Gehring is spot-on when it comes to Bible verse in Psalms, “Be still, and know that I am God” in relationship to how to deal with legal and personal matters.

This book was received by the publisher for review purposes.


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Kim Garst: How To Protect Your Kids From Cyber Bullying

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 5, 2013

By: Susan Carraretto Kim Garst

Has your child ever been bullied online? Have they engaged in cyber bullying? Or would you even know?

Studies are saying there’s a 50% chance they have. Recent reports claim that half of adolescents and teens have been bullied and/or engaged in cyber bullying.

Susan talks with Kim Garst from Boom Social about these shockingly high rates of cyber bullying and how parents can help protect their children from cyber bullies.

When you watch the interview below, you’ll hear Kim’s insights into

  1. The number one thing parents can do to prevent cyber bullying
  2. How to best communicate with your children about online etiquette and bullies online
  3. The importance of monitoring your child’s online activity and how best to do so without being too intrusive
  4. Teaching your kids to think about their online postings and its effect on others and potentially themselves (as it pertains to getting into college or securing a job)
  5. What to do if your child is indeed a victim of cyber bullying and the appropriate steps to take with school administrators, other parents and even law enforcement

Watch the interview here.

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Gail Thackray: Animal communicator, psychic medium, Reiki healer

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 5, 2013

By: Rose Hayes


I recently spoke with Gail Thackray, a psychic medium and animal communicator who teaches others how to communicate with animals and has written a book, “How to Talk to Your Pets: Animal Communication for Dogs, Cats, & Other Critters.” She said we all have the ability to communicate with animals.

“I actually became a medium first, meaning talking with people on the other side. I had no idea I could do this; I was about 40 when I suddenly discovered I could speak to spirits — it was really a shock to me,” Thackray said. “I thought, well, if i can do this, everybody can do this. It’s really easy. We have these intutions all the time, we just block them, we don’t realize.”

After she had been speaking with spirits for a few months, she visited a crystal shop, where a woman was speaking about animal communication. Some people had brought photographs of their pets for a reading. One of the women in the audience handed Thackray a photo of a dog.

“I was immediately transformed into the body of this dog,” Thackray said. “I can feel my tail wagging and I’m all excited, and I said ‘I’m really good with them; they’ve got two cats. Most dogs are not good with cats, but I’m really good with the cats, except I don’t like them to touch my bone. I took my yellow bone and hid it behind my dog house.’ And the owner said, ‘Wow that’s really strange, we just got two kittens.’”

Another woman handed Thackray a photograph of her cat. “I looked at the picture and I saw right away in front of my eyes, two huge pink slippers with little balls on the end. And they’re going round and round in front of my face and I’m all excited watching them.”

Thackray asked the woman if she has a pair of pink slippers with fluffy balls on them, and the woman agreed that she does have such slippers, and she wears them while working out on her exercise bike in the morning. Her cat watches her while she exercises.

“I thought, this is really strange; how did I do this?,” Thackray said. “It felt very much like mediumship, how I connect with Spirit. So I realized that, somehow, when you open this channel — you know, I had done Reiki healing and I think that’s what started me out — I think once you open up, there is another world out there. You realize that there’s all kinds of things to tap into, and one of them is to be able to communicate with animals.”

Thackray now teaches others how to do this, and said they’re often communicating pretty well within a weekend. “I find that we’re all already doing this with animals,” she said. “Most people say they can tell when their pets want to go outside or when they want a treat. But they don’t realize that our animals are listening to everything we say. They hear everything. We just kind of, every now and then, get a glimpse of what they’re thinking.

“It’s about taking the time. I do exercises with my students because I find that most of the time they have it, they just block it. And a lot of time they think they make it up.”

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