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At 10:16am on June 18, 2009, Ronald Howard Sanderfer said…
Thanks for your reply Suzanne, I know between modern that are quite activie, it takes alittle effort te respond. People like me, that isolates, do appreicate that. This man lives a meager lifestyle, with limited income. So to answer your question, why no picture? I don't have a digital camera, to do so.
Also I been told, that I can be quite vague, with aviodant personality disorder and major depression. So this post is reaching out to disclose alittle about myself. Please let me know when your book is out. Your topic premises on women, sparks curiousity in me. Ronald
At 7:34pm on June 8, 2009, Ronald Howard Sanderfer said…
Thanks suzanne.
At 5:09pm on June 8, 2009, Ronald Howard Sanderfer said…
McQueen, that's a nice Scotish name. I'm celtic descent. The 4 seasons, that sounds like the 4 elements. The book to be, apppears to be both provocative and inspriational, to the understanding of women. Good for you. Would your book be helpful to a straight, shy and passive-aggressive type man, that does not have much of a love life? Ronald
I hope I didn't disclose too much.
At 6:11pm on April 2, 2009, David Wick said…
Oh good, please share what is going on in your mind! :-)
At 2:21am on April 2, 2009, David Wick said…
Yes, got it. 'Tis in my book. See you then.
At 12:31pm on April 1, 2009, Lynn Brown said…
Hi Suzanne

Thanks for your feedback & interest. I understand being overwhelmed.....I tend to keep overly busy.....even though I love to think, contemplate, meditate & the like, I'm generally not good at just sitting around! My best meditation is in movement, e.g. dance.
Regarding kinda depends on what caused it. I understand that vertigo can be caused by things like inner ear infections, blood pressure situations, brain scenarios. In those cases, there may be a need to go to a good MD, esp. for an infection. Also, vertigo can be caused by dehydration.

What I've noticed people are experiencing....don't know if this is a general spaciness coupled with tireness & light-headedness....among other symptoms. In this case, there are things that I can work on. As an energy medicine practitioner, I do not treat symptoms or diagnose. What I work on is clearing imprints that are like software code that reside in the energy body. These imprints inform the physical body in such a way that disease & behavioral patterns can manifest. I then work to re-inform the physical body with by installing new code in the energy manifest wellness & desired behaviors in all arenas. Since everything is energy, energy workers reconfigure the energy in a person's energy body. Another way to put it is that the work involves clearing out the heavy energies and installing the light energies. You can get rid of symptoms & still carry an imprint for a certain disease in your energy field.....that's why some people get re-occuring diseases & sicknesses.

I'm not sure how chinese medicine or acupuncture would work with vertigo. I know acupuncture also works to shift energies. I usually try to work with alternative medicine practitioners to avoid drugs or surgery.....but sometime it takes drugs to kick an infection.

The other thing I'm finding a lot of lately is that people are needing more & more cleanses to keep the toxins from accumulating in their bodies. I recommend specific kidney, parasite, liver, and intestinal track programs to my clients....and.....I try to do these myself at least once per year. Toxins backed up in the body, esp. in the intestinal track & related toxin clearing organs, can cause lots of different sicknesses.

Don't know if any of this addresses what's going on with you. What were & are your specific symptoms? Also, I do know a couple of good MD's in this area I also know a really good chinese medicine/acupuncture practitioner if you decide to go that route. AND, I look forward to working with you & your energy body when the time is right.

Mucho Munay, Lynn
At 1:59am on April 1, 2009, David Wick said…
Hi Dr. Suz,
Yes, the afternoons of April 13-15 are open. Then I'm off to Bellingham WA for a couple of days. I look forward to schmooz with Suz. :-)
At 10:32am on March 31, 2009, Amari Gold said…
Suzanne, your book cover is fabulous. And so was your presentation to our Women as Healers gathering last week. Amazing how a 15 minute presentation turned into half the evening. Your work and insight provides a powerful exploration for women. Thank you for all that you have brought into awareness.

Love and blessings on our continued work! Susan
At 10:03pm on March 27, 2009, Gregg Marchese said…
Hi Suzanne.
Hey, are you self-publishing? I'd love to learn more about that. I have a manuscript--Completely Different from yours, mine's a rewrite of a 1912 science-fantasy post-apocalyptic love story called The Night Land. But maybe the self-publishing route is similar.
At 12:46am on March 26, 2009, David Wick said…
Hi Again Ms Suz, :-)

I am not doing a regular RVTV show, just the recent awards hosting, and piano music program that I edited. However, I do know a couple producers who are doing regular shows. Let's talk so I understand more what you are thinking of. Also, I am not streaming to a web site. Your thoughts on that?

When can you talk?


At 12:14am on March 25, 2009, David Wick said…
Hi Ms Suz,

I must agree, it was a delight meeting you in person at the ARC gathering! I look forward to the next time to share stories of our continual evolution(s)! I send good "web site development" vibes.


At 9:32am on March 22, 2009, Raymond Brown said…
Looking forward to the publication of your new book!
At 8:28am on March 22, 2009, Gregg Marchese said…
I wonder if the Week refers somewhat to the male time cycle as the Moonth refers to the female. What really was arranged to happen on those 'days of rest' that came around every 7 days, before the Puritans and others applied their interpretation? Can we imagine any other ways to worship?
I'm curious to hear your Sun-centered theory...
At 8:22am on March 22, 2009, Gregg Marchese said…
By all means, Suzanne, use those words freely, I'm (most) always honored when someone finds my words helpful. And I have lots of 'em!
I believe it's not so much one gender understanding the other, but each understanding themselves, helping the other to understand, and probably most vital, each understanding the whole they are making together, while paradoxically representing only one half of it (though with the other half represented within them). The Yin/Yang symbol says so much.
At 10:48pm on March 21, 2009, Gregg Marchese said…
How fascinating (and alarming), that I've never heard or read a clear, thorough, and stage-specific explanation of a woman's menstrual cycle. I've heard about pieces of it (like PMS), and put together a vague understanding from hearsay, mostly unconscious direct experience, and 'locker-room' anecdotes--but what a glaring omission. I have a theory that feels like an obvious certainty that men also have a cycle, and not just because of their relations to women--but to the moon also.
Good encountering you today. Happy solstice.
At 1:27pm on March 6, 2009, Maria Connolly said…
I'd love to talk about it. Also, it will be nice to meet you. Maria
At 8:52am on March 6, 2009, Tasha Schaal said…
Hi Suzanne,
It's nice to meet you. How fortunate you are to have found this magical place 21 years ago. We just returned from LA where my fiance' works as a cameraman and I felt like "Lost Horizons" upon returning. Alas, he has to go back Sun. for 5 more weeks but my friends will fill the time.

Do you know David Wick and Irene Kai? They have "Silverlight Publishing" He's on the resource.

Well, I'm sure we'll run into each other soon.

Thanks for being a friend,

At 4:32am on March 6, 2009, Maria Connolly said…
Hi Suzanne, lovely connecting with you here!
At 12:01am on March 6, 2009, Beloved said…
Hi Suzanne,
Thanks for writing- nice to connect to new people in the Ashland area as I live in Mt. Shasta. Congratulations on your upcoming book! It looks really interesting. I know your friend Collin- he is very good friends with a close friend of mine here. Have you seen the book Women's Power to Heal Through Inner Medicine ? It's by Sri Samini Mayatitananda- I just bought it as an exceprt I read was wonderful and I am looking forward to moving through it.
Blessings to you,
At 8:47am on February 25, 2009, Janie Chandler said…
Thanks for connecting Suzanne - many blessings to you and your family.

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