Gentle Place Publishing January - March 2008
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You Tube Videos Spin-off Web Site
We have put three videos on “you tube.” Two are In January Gentle Place launched a spin-off web site
flute music in Yosemite National Park and one is an called Yen 9. Yen 9 is offering web hosting for $1 per
interview on rites of intensification. The interview month plus a one time set-up fee of $10. It includes a
explains how important rites of intensification are to free sub-domain name, a knowledge base and links to
education and healing and how stories can substitute free software. This will enable individuals and groups
for rites of intensification where a cultural, religious or to create their own web presence and share their
spiritual opportunity is not available. Take a look: thoughts, post their resumes, advertise their art or
facilitate their local organization -- all for $1 a month.
All this is done using easy to use technologies to
Workshop create either a traditional web site or a blog. No
Gentle Place is developing a workshop for therapists gimmicks or hidden fees! Check it out at:
and counselors in collaboration with Arajeje Woods. It http://yen9.com/
will be offered as a method to enhance healing and
growth by various professionals involved with Need Gifts ?
education and healing. If you have interest in If you are looking for meaningful gifts, please consider
attending this workshop please let us know. a book or CD from Gentle Place. Please visit our web
Gentle Place, Micro Steps (along with individual
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potential found in every human. In the process he
often used his stories and music. The pictures above
are from the conference titled “Comparative Research
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