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Greetings Edge Readers!
I thought I'd tell you a little about our speaker for the May 14 program on Near-Death Experience.
That's her in the stary blue sky above; she's Susan Fox, an internationally known brain dialog researcher, certified consulting hypnotist, writer, life coach and public speaker. She is a Jin Shin Jyutsu Physio-philosopher practitioner, a Reiki Master Teacher, and an Energy Field Intuitive.
She received her hypnotherapy certification in 1988 at the Hypnotism Training Institute of Los Angeles, CA. and writes the NGH column called Hypnosis Scripting.
Space (and time) permitting, I will include her official bio in the program booklet for the May 14 presentation along with her list of suggested websites and reading. She's been the recipient of a number of honors.
Though she'll be talking to us about the near-death experience when she's here in a couple of weeks, her specialty is helping clients create and sustain happy relationships. If you check out her web site at brainviewtraininginstitute.com, you can view both a list of her other speaking engagements around the country and a list of books she's written.
Susan has had her own personal Near-Death Experience; she'll talk about that and about Near-Death Experiences in general. She tells me she'll be asking participants to engage in some practical perceptual exercises and there will be time for open discussion, so you'll be able to ask questions and relate your own experiences.
I'd like to write more, but I'm running out of time, so I'll ask you to check back in a couple of days, for more about this sure to be exciting program.
Remember to register, if you haven't already, by calling 440-250-5460, asking at any public service desk, or online using our event calendar.
If you leave your email address when you register, I'll send you a reminder message a day or two before the program, so you won't forget.
Greetings Edge Readers!
Heads Up! Westlake Porter Public Library welcomes an exciting new speaker. May 14, 2015; 7-8:30 pm in the Porter Room, hypnotherapist, Susan Fox, speaks on Near-Death Experience.
What happens when we die? Are all those accounts we hear true? Hear Susan relate her first-hand experience and talk about the general nature of NDEs. Listen, learn, ask questions, and tell your own story.
The date is fast approaching, we hope you can join us, so register now; call 440-250-5460, ask at any public service desk, or use our online event calendar.
I'll have more about this program in coming days, so watch the Edge. There'll be information about Susan, about NDEs, and about library materials on the topic.
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BAM! POW! The Avengers are back on the big screen!!
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I had an idea. Last summer, we had a lot of interest in Raspberry Pi at our maker event. What if we turned the two free-standing units into stations where people could come and play with the RPi?
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This month’s Maker Club is a demonstration on How to Digitize Your Records and Cassettes. Vinyl records and audiocassettes can be damaged easily and degrade over time. Preserve your audio memories (and make them portable to CDs, iPods, computers, and the like) by digitizing them! All you need is a computer with a line-in jack, a record or cassette player with a headphone jack (or USB jack), a cable to connect the two (or the kind of adapters we’ll talk about during the Maker Club), free software, and a little bit of know-how.
Greetings Pics and Tricks Readers!
My apologies for going so long without a second post. It's obviously been more than a week−I don't know what I was thinking. Things get very busy around here, so I’ll be making these posts as often as I can, but probably not every week.
Today I’d like to address Media Maven's question about organizing files.