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Manifest Change with EFT and Intentional Theta

Saturday, April 23

Saturday, April 30

10:30 am until noon





Combining EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Theta meditation can yield extremely powerful positive results. Being in Theta involves going into a reprogramming brain state and connecting to the Zero Point Field to accelerate the manifestation/intention process. Within this technique we admit that the conscious mind is very limited -- it can only attend to a maximum of 9 bits of information at once. We surrender to the greater part of us, our non-conscious mind, which is always connected to the Field of all potential and literally MILLIONS of bits of information, possibilities and potentials. From here, ideas, solutions, shifts and answers can flow in to our awareness and our lives, paving the way for rapid positive change.

The addition of EFT Tapping before going to Theta helps us to clear doubts and fears around our intentions before entering "The Matrix" or reprogramming state. Admitting that we "don't know how" we will manifest what we want shuts off the conscious mind and allows us to tune in more fully to the brilliance of our unconscious/Higher Self, which is always connected to divine wisdom, intuition, inspiration and the most perfect path to our success.

We'll go through the process several times during the meeting, focusing on a different topic each time. We will use EFT tapping to clear negativity and resistance before each guided meditation. You may keep your intentions private, or share with the group for feedback.

We'll start the meeting with a series of Energy Medicine/Qi Gong exercises to get our systems primed and ready for this exciting, transformative work.

Hope you can join us to manifest positive change in a fun and supportive group setting!

Beginners Welcome -- the process is easy to follow.

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Dream Machine

Led by Jaxob Crider

Thursday, March 24          7:00 pm

$5-$10 donation to support the library is suggested

The Dream Machine is a cylinder attached to an old-fashion record-player that spins at about 78 revolutions per minute. The cylinder has precisely cut out holes that produce a stroboscopic effect when the cylinder is revolved around a bright light.

Besides the trippy visual effects the device is said to induce lucid dreaming and intense daydreaming. It promotes a trancelike serenity, intensifies creativity and insight and even uncovers suppressed memories.

There are a limited number of seats that fit around this machine, and preference is given to people who have reserved a spot.

The evening is split into sessions, and once a session starts, no one may enter the room, so if you are late, you will have to wait unti the next break before you can come in.

UFO over cityUFO Discussion Group

Overview of Timeline and Topics

Presented by Anna Fruchterman


Saturday, April 23

6:30 pm


Our wonderful organizer, Anna Fruchterman, will present an overview of "the UFO timeline" covering major events in the past up to the present time, and also exploring some of the major topics that are inevitably related to the UFO subject area.


This starts our new format – a short, 20-minute presentation, followed by Q & A and discussion. We have a focus to the group, and also a way to share and discuss and meet new people.


Anna is setting up presentations into the future, so if you have a body of information, slide shows, a video, etc, and would like to share with a group of friendly supporters, email her at anna@SeattleMetaphsyicalLibrary.org .


$10 requested donation, and/or finger food, beverages to share

This is a small venue, so it’s best to come early, as it gets crowded quickly.  

Recent arrivals

Chamalú: The Shamanic Way of the Heart: Traditional Teachings from the Andes

Luis Espinoza, 1995

A young woman is initiated into Andean wisdom traditions under the guidance of Chamalu, a Quechua shaman.  The sacred way of the heart, he tells her, is a spiritual journey that must be undergone by anyone who aspires to be a Wanderer--a person who transcends illusion and embraces primal reality, unmediated by religious doctrine or intellectual constructs. The woman asks him to show her how to release herself from the emotional pain that paralyzes her, and gradually, over a series of meetings, Chamau reveals to her the secret of reconnecting with the spirits of the ancestors and of Pachamama, Mother Earth.

Arktos: The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism, and Nazi Survival

By Joscelyn Godwin

A responsible and scholarly treatment of an intellectual voyage through cosmology, occultism and conspiracy theory, investigating legends of a Golden Age, which ended in a prehistoric catastrophe. This is examined in the light of the latest geological theories, as are predictions of a coming pole-shift. There are many recorded tales of an ancient race said to have lived in the Arctic regions, which later spread through the Northern Hemisphere. The author examines the origins of modern neo-Nazi ideology, its "polar" inspiration, and its links with other arcana, including the survival of Hitler, German bases in Antarctica, UFOS, the Hollow Earth, and the hidden kingdoms of Agartha and Shambhala.  Joscelyn Godwin teaches at Colgate University, New York State.

Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women

Thomas Cleary (Editor, Translator), 1996


These are the life stories and teachings of distinguished female Taoist adepts who lived from the third to twelfth centuries. Among them is the poet and mystic Sun Bu-er, who passed into folklore as one of the famous Seven Immortals and appears as a character in countless popular novels of China. These accomplished women, renowned in their own day and in history, represent a uniquely female heritage of spiritual mastery. Through poems, stories, teachings, and commentaries, Immortal Sisters sheds light on the spiritual methods taught and practiced by these women and illustrates the importance of the feminine in Taoism.

The Huguenot Galley Slaves

By Jean Martielhe , 2011


Young French Huguenot caught up in the persecution of the Protestant Christians in 1700 after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes by Louis XIV. At sixteen years of age he was imprisoned for the Reformed faith and when he would not convert to Catholicism, he was sentenced to slavery for life on the French Royal Galleys. After being freed through the intercession of the Protestant princes of Europe, he wrote his Memoirs recounting his experiences.

News you might have missed

White House Releases Plan for Internet Identities

The White House has published the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), which provides guidance for an Internet identity system to be designed and built by the private sector. The plan comes nearly two years after the White House first released its Cyberspace Policy Review, which set forth a national plan for Internet identities.


[Editorial note: If you think having someone get your credit card or social security number is a pain, wait till our iris scans and fingerprints are traded around by criminals! )







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