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Upcoming events

Your Vibrational Level and Personal Wavelength A Practical Workshop

Jerry Gin

Sunday, October 3rd 1:30 - 4:30, $25 - proceeds to FMBR

An extension to Jerry Gin's new book, "The Seeker and the Teacher of Light"

Jerry's book is discussed here.

The website for his book is

FMBR Women's Group

Sunday, October 10th, 12-1:30PM

"The ancestors function as guides, warriors, and healers. The guides are our travel consultants on the road of life. They help us to make major decisions, advise us on what to do when and with whom. You don't know how much they are willing to help you until you contact them." - Luisah Teish



As we move into the fall, the decorations for "All Hallows' Eve" will come out. This holiday comes from a celebration of the Celtic new year, Samhain ('sow-in"), and it was believed that the veils between the worlds were thinnest around the first of November. This is a time to honor those who have come before us. What influence do your ancestors have on your life? Do you have a practice that honors your ancestors? Have any visited you lately? : )

Join us on Sunday, October 10th, as we join in circle again to witness each other’s journey. Light a candle, as we welcome the ancestors to come warm their hands by our fires.

An evite has been sent to the members of the Women’s Group. If you’d like to join us, please send an email to



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“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”

~Albert Einstein

“The sense of oneness, which is the key characteristic of spiritual experience, is fully confirmed by the understanding of reality in contemporary science.”

~ Fritjof Capra

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