All posts by Carole Brown, Learning Coach and Repatterning Practitioner

My early days as a biologist and my career as a leadership consultant and learning coach have largely influenced the work I do now. I am attracted to many different spheres of knowledge and wisdom, especially those that are on the cutting edge and relate to the processes underlying change. "Resonance Repatterning" is an energetic approach to transforming our patterns and moving beyond the blocks that keep us from reaching our highest self. It is a stunning process that gets right to the core and elegantly identifies what needs to be transformed. I first studied RR in 2000 before we had quantum physicists explaining the basis for energy work. Now we have the science, there's every reason to embrace this evolutionary approach to change and growth and use it to explore how to become your best self.

“On We Grow”  by Tina Beneman

I’d like to share a lovely blog post from fellow practitioner, Tina Beneman (originally posted on my blog at https://thinkingleaders.wordpress.com).

If you like it as I do and would like to comment, be sure to click on the comment tab just below the title of this post. If you click on the title of the post then scroll down to the very bottom, you’ll also see the comments box. There  you will find the “like” button, too.
Liking a post broadcasts it over the internet again, thus giving each of us and the RPA the chance to raise our visibility.
Carolyn Winter is always encouraging us to blog and share our unique “voice”! I am hoping I can look  forward to many more posts from other lovely practitioners.
In the meantime, just know that clicking “like” and making a comment helps us all.

Now to Tina’s blog post. Thanks Tina ❤

“On We Grow”  by Tina Beneman

Spring greetings from Tina Beneman in the Baltimore area.

One of the greatest treasures in my Resonance Repatterning practice is the relationships kindled with other practitioners. I am so lucky to trade sessions with three amazing professionals. I also mentor and practice with two outstanding students.

In addition to great tips and insights, hearing the words others use to express concepts is so helpful. I heartily encourage others to “buddy up.” In addition to the pleasure of fellowship, it is vital to receive sessions yourself and feel the power of the work we offer. This experience never fails to strengthen me and my commitment to “be the change I want to see in the world.”

Another huge plus is learning from what others are learning . My buddy Shyama Orum recently completed Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine practitioner training . She discovered a fantastic series of U tubes that demonstrate many techniques. Just listening to Prune Harris speak in her lovely accent is a modality in itself! After watching the videos, I can easily make additions to the modalities list so that new techniques are handy to include in sessions.

So how about you? I would love to hear what others are discovering to add even more value to our work in the world.

On we grow!
Love, Tina

The Peaceful Heart exercise with Prune Harris – YouTube


https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=DURtiXm8Voc

(Tina’s “On We Grow” was originally posted on my blog at https://thinkingleaders.wordpress.com/2017/05/23/on-we-grow-by-tina-beneman/)

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Master these 5 online skills to become a tech savvy practitioner

One of the things I am beginning to remember, having only recently come back to the RPA, is how much we truly care about each other in this community.
When Carolyn says in her blog post “I would love to see everyone in the community succeed in being known”, I know that she really means this in the most loving way.

How great it is to know that the person making an offer of support comes from an altruistic place …. which is why I am re-blogging Carolyn’s blog post to our RPA blog now.
Love and peace to you all,
Carole xxx

P.S. In my last sentence, there’s THREE mentions of “blog” in a row! For those who are new to this word or concept and want to blog, maybe we need a BLOG REPATTERNING? LOL

Journeys With Oz

I remember in circa 1999/2000 thinking the prohibitive cost of obtaining a website would mean i would never have one in this lifetime. It did not take long for the world wide web to turn that experience around! Today, everyone has the same tools for publishing and marketing as the New York Times and others – all of it is FREE! However, there is such a proliferation of services and new ones coming online everyday…. where do you begin. Here are my favorite recommendations that I make in my Tech (and Marketing) Savvy practitioner webinar:

1. Set up and run your own WordPress.com blog (free)
2. Get a Gmail account and Google Plus options (free)
3. If you have a Gmail account you now have a Youtube account. Set it up along with your profile and an introductory 3 minute video (free)
4. Learn how to set up a YouTube…

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