Reiki Training With Tenzin Lama
If you're still interested in taking the 8 hour Reiki training with Tenzin...
Level 1, Level 2, or Master Level; email(email@example.com) or call (929-421-97840) Tenzin.
See Tenzin's full bio on Practitioner Page
Time to schedule your Reiki Session with Tenzin Lama Sherpa.
This is the sixth time he has honored us with his presence here at NaMestoy Farm. Daily I've already been receiving lots of calls and emails from people who want a healing appointment with him. Just being in his loving, compassionate presence is enough to heal estrangement from our True Self.
*Making An Appointment*
Call Nancy: 770-205-9358 If she doesn't answer, leave a message requesting the date and time you'd like an appointment. She will return your call promptly. If your requested time and date is already taken, we'll negotiate another one.
Email Nancy: firstname.lastname@example.org The same process applies. Send Nancy the date and time you'd like an appointment. She will respond as soon as possible. If your requested time and date is already taken, we'll negotiate another one.
Suggested Donation For A One Hour Session: $40 If you are unable to offer this amount, pay what you can afford. No one will be turned away....
Dates & Times: Tenzin will start offering Reiki Sessions Monday, July 17. He will begin sessions at 9:00AM and will take an hour off at 12Noon. Sessions will begin again at 1:00PM and continue till 4:00PM. For those who can't make it during the week, Tenzin will offer sessions on Saturday morning from 9:00AM till 12Noon. If you need special consideration as to time and date, you can make a request and we may be able to adjust his schedule..
Tenzin will leave on August 17 to serve the community at Decatur Healing Arts. He will be there until August 20. Of course, we would like him to come back to NaMestoy after that, but he may have to return to San Francisco. We'll have more information after he arrives.
August Events Continued
August 16 Closing Ceremony with Tenzin Lama Sherpa
August 17 - 20 Decatur Arts with Tenzin Lama Sherpa
August Events Continued
August 19 Time Management 1-5PM
with Peter Vajda
Time management is never – ever – about time. In spite of all the time management tools and techniques with which we're bombarded daily, we don't seem to be improving on the efficiency with which we live our lives. Each of us has three options: increase the amount of available time we have, reduce the number of tasks we choose to engage in or change the amount of time we spend on a task (i.e., efficiency and productivity). Our common strategy is to rob Peter to pay Paul. Self-sabotaging trade-offs usually result in ignoring what we need most, e.g., exercise, "me" time, sleep, personal growth, healthy relationships, etc. The result commonly is stress and stress-related illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease and addiction in its various forms.
Understand how and why doing the right thing results in a clear, purposeful path to success and well-being
Understand how and why doing things in the right way leads to increased productivity, focus and efficiency
Understand how and why 100% productivity supports one to experience less stress, and a greater sense of wellbeing - mentally, physically, emotionally, and psychologically
Understand how and why a life purpose facilitates the choices and decisions we make that allow us to manage use time more self-responsible
Understand the research explaining how and why multitasking is the greatest obstacle to efficient and effective time management
Greater awareness about what gets in the way, specifically, of our managing time effectively and selfresponsibly
Understanding of how and why our capacity to say "no" to distractions (e.g., people, tasks, activities…) supports our mental, physical and emotional health and well-being.
Time management is never about time.
One of the best performance enhancement tools is – sleep
The most important asset we have to get things done is energy, not me.
Audience: Those whose efficiency, productivity and mental, physical and emotional well-being are adversely affected by their inability or unwillingness to deal with, and manage, time in an effective, efficient and self-responsible manner.
Suggested offering: $35 per person. Everyone is welcome to attend and Gratitude Offerings are acceptable if you are unable to pay the suggested offering.
Namestoy Farm 7490 Whitmire Rd. Cumming GA 30028 www.namestoyfarm.com/
RSVP: Pvajda(at)truenorthpartnering.com 770-804-9125
August 20 Relationship Tune Up 11:00 - 2 PM
with Peter Vajda
Signs You're Being Selfish in Your Relationship Experiencing a relations with someone you love and care about can be a wonderful experience. You support and rely on each other while being accepting and non-judgmental of one another. In the real world of relationship, however, we sometimes exhibit selfish behaviors – sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously. Selfish behaviors in a love relationship can adversely affect both the energy and interpersonal dynamics between you and your partner. Selfishness can lead to resentment, animosity, estrangement and loneliness. While it's important to have your own life, vision and goals "within" your relationship, having the final say most of the time is counter-productive, disrespectful and hurtful. So, why are we so often selfish in our relationships?
Are You Self-Sabotaging in Your Relationship? Our love relationship can bring us some of our greatest joy, peace and happiness. At the same time, it can also be the source of our greatest pains. When we open ourselves up to another, we also allow our vulnerability which can lead to our experiencing abandonment and rejection, and resulting insecurity. For many, especially those who have experienced childhood trauma or unstable familial relationships, such insecurities can lead to selfsabotaging behaviors.
#1 Quality to Look For in a Dating Relationship If you're engaged in the dating scene, there's a ton of information you're sifting through in your mind — am I ready emotionally, how attractive am I to the other, how will I know if the other is "the one," how attracted is the other to me, can I envision a life with the other, do I see myself having a second or third date…? You'll need to discern the important from the unimportant. Most importantly, what is the one critical quality to look for in the other and what clues indicate the presence or absence of this quality? Suggested offering: $15 per person. Everyone is welcome to attend and Gratitude Offerings are acceptable if you are unable to pay the suggested offering. Namestoy Farm 7490 Whitmire Rd. Cumming GA 30028 www.namestoyfarm.com/ RSVP: Pvajda(at)truenorthpartnering.com 770-804-9125 Namestoy(at)att.net 770-205-9358: