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April 18, 2005

18 Apr
There’s a terrific conference you should know about - the Seventh Annual International Energy Psychology Conference (ACEP) will be from April 27th - May 4th at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore..
Hello, everyone.
I just want to remind you of a terrific conference coming up. From April 27th - May 4th the Seventh Annual International Energy Psychology Conference (ACEP) will meet, at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore. President Mary Sise, the driving force behind this impressive assemblage, has put together a fabulous array of workshops, keynotes and pre- and post-conference institutes, featuring Candace Pert (Molecules of Emotion), James Oschman, Michael Reed Gach (Acupressure for Emotional Healing), John Diamond (Evolving Thought Field Therapy), Charles Figley (Florida State’s Traumatology Institute), Tapas Fleming (Tapas Acupressure Technique), Asha Clinton (SEEMORG Matrix Work), John Diepold, Mary Sise, Victoria Britt & Sheila Bender (Evolving Thought Field Therapy), Maggie Phillips (Finding the Energy to Heal), and scores more, including yours truly.

This is probably the best smorgasbord of teaching on the new energy medicine, "Alphabet Therapies" (EMDR, EFT, TFT, TAT etc etc,) and techniques like muscle testing and acupressure that you’ll find, by grounded, experienced, researcher-practitioner-pioneers. There are continuing education credits for nurses, social workers, professional counselors, marriage & family therapists, educational psychologists and drug & alcohol counselors. You can find out more by clicking on their website at www.energypsych.org or by calling Diane Guthrie at 858.487.7759 or emailing her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

I’m currently finishing up the grim task of listening to my own voice (does anyone like his or her own voice??) on the 11 CDs that comprise our new spoken word audio set for Invisible Heroes. Bruce the Engineer and I want to catch every tiny glitch before they’re officially OK’d for duplication. Brought to you by popular demand, we struggled to get this big CD pack to you in time for the Spring/Summer catalog. Recording this 400-page sucker was strong motivation for me to remember to keep all future books short and sweet!

By the way, you may have noticed - we decided to add some serious content to the opening page of our site, based on the issues and concerns you ask most about, like stress, trauma, insomnia, depression, pain, cancer, blood pressure & heart health and fertility, pregnancy & childbirth. Each page is like a little explanatory essay with accompanying resources and general suggestions. We hope it’s helpful and offers you quick access to some decent follow-up. This format offers more than just posting FAQ’s.

If you have time, do check out the Special Sales we’ve got going on. Our Mom-to-Be Pack has been making quite the hit as a gift to your favorite pregnant goddess, consisting of our 2-CD set for pregnancy & labor, our CD for sound sleep, and the Baby Om book. It’s now $39.95 - $14 off. In addition, our CDs for Successful Relationships, Infertility, Relaxation & Wellness, Menopause and Pregnancy & Childbirth are all on sale at $2 off the usual price.

And for all you cassette aficionados, listen up! As is the rest of the audio recording industry, we are phasing out our tapes as we run out of stock on each title. So if there are any old-timers out there who still prefer cassettes to CDs, don’t say you haven’t been warned. Best to stock up now if you plan to maintain your cassette habit!

OK, that’s it for now - take care and be well.

Belleruth Naparstek

Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award

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