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Friday Monthly Meetings—the Heart of IONS Tucson. Our local community group meets on the first Friday evening of the month at 6:30pm. Speakers focus on issues important to IONS: complementary healing modalities; research on the physical responses to music, meditation, homeopathy, and water; the exciting field of Consciousness Research; and much more.

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+++June’s First Friday Speaker+++

EFT: AN EXPRESSION OF ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY

Jay Dee

With Jay Dee Kramer

Friday, June 5, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Open to the Public – Suggested Donation $5

Unity of Tucson, 3617 N. Camino Blanco; off River between Swan & Craycroft

Tapping, as EFT is often called, is a technique that can be learned in minutes — and utilized in many personal situations. Noetic Now Journal lists EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) as part of Energy Psychology and describes this field as “innovative interventions that balance, restore and enhance human functioning by stimulating human subtle energy systems. . .”

Jay Dee Kramer, a former Co-Moderator of Tucson Metaphysics and current organizer of the Tucson Energy Healers Group, teaches the self-healing techniques of EFT and other energy stimulating modalities in his private practice, such as intuition recognition, channeling and muscle-testing.

Through EFT, Jay has personally overcome depression from grief, shoulder pain, fear of public speaking and other personal limiting beliefs that kept him locked in a narrow spiritual perspective for much of his life.

Jay works with many types of clients, teaching them simple techniques to overcome fear, anxiety and pain. His successful EFT sessions with developmentally disabled clients have brought significant changes in their previously volatile emotional/physical behaviors, and demonstrating the power of using this technique on behalf of others: he has shared simple EFT techniques with caregivers which has manifested changes in their clients’ behavior.

Jay’s easy and practical approach – he will be demonstrating EFT during his presentation – his story-telling and humor help put audiences at ease, so they can concentrate on their own issues and reach a healing state.

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+++July’s Special Film Event+++

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DEATH MAKES LIFE POSSIBLE

Friday, June 3, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Open to the Public – Suggested Donation $5

Unity of Tucson, 3617 N. Camino Blanco; off River between Swan & Craycroft

Our beliefs about what happens when we die define how we live today. And more and more of us are discovering a radical truth: when we release our fear of death, we open to an immensely richer life right here and now. But how do we incorporate this profound insight into our everyday lives? With Death Makes Life Possible, anthropologist, author and scientist Dr. Marilyn Schlitz presents a wealth of teachings and practical guidance on how to turn this taboo topic into a source of peace, hope, connection, and compassion.

Death Makes Life Possible features contributions by eminent scientists and scholars, spiritual leaders and devout skeptics, health practitioners, and people from all walks of life, including Dr. Deepak Chopra, Tai Chi Master Mingtong Gu, psychic and medium Dr. Julie Beischel, Dr. Edgar Mitchell (former astronaut and founder of IONS), and paranormal researcher Dr. Dean Radin. This far-reaching film offers an exploration of the myriad ways that we grow and change by expanding our perspectives on the ultimate mystery facing each one of us. The viewer will learn more about:

• How facing the fear of death can motivate us to reprioritize our goals, expand self-worth, and help promote social harmony

• Dreaming and the transformation of death—the fascinating connections and new perspectives we can gain by paying attention to the world of our dreams

• Life, death, and the quantum soul—how post-materialist scientists are introducing new ways of understanding life as part of a nonlocal, interconnected universe that exists outside of linear space and time

• Shifting our collective discourse from “one of fear to one of awe and wonder” in order to heal ourselves and the world we share
“Understanding our relationships with the seen and unseen realms of everyday existence offers us new possibilities for living a big, juicy life filled with humility, purpose, meaning, and hope,” explains Marilyn Schlitz. Within Death Makes Life Possible, the viewer will find a treasury of teachings with the power to transform every aspect of our lives.

Running time 63 minutes. There will be a facilitated discussion following the screening of the film.

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