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2007, June Caroline Sutherland Newsletter By: Caroline Sutherland, Medical Intuitive

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June 2007 Newsletter

Hello Everyone!
My newsletter is a little late this month because we just returned from our trip to China and Tibet - what a life- changing experience! Take a look at my article below.

By now you are all making summer plans. Hopefully this will include some relaxation and spending special time with people you love.

I will be writing a new book this summer - all about aging gracefully and healthfully. I'd love to hear how the "staying young" process is going for you! I feel pretty great at sixty-three and I feel lucky to have the tools and experiences of the past 25 years to guide me on a path to better living.
I am sure this will all pay off as the years click by.
Come and take the journey with me. Let's explore ways to make our lives magnificent.

I look forward to seeing you all this fall when we are back out on the circuit.
Join me for my "vibrant-aging" event in September in San Diego, my Medical Intuitive Training at the end of October in Bellingham Washington and the exciting Hay House cruise - perfect timing when the winter weather sets in.....!

If you're looking for something fun come aboard with us. World Travel the agency that organizes all the Hay House cruises is taking deposits for the November Cruise with five other Hay House authors.
Make your reservation to guarantee your space and cabin selection on this fabulous once-in-a-lifetime cruise.
See details

Teleseminars are back on and scheduled for Monday nights starting on July 2. Register here.

Health and vitality are so important to me. My newsletter is an important way for us to stay connected. It is my great joy to continue to be in touch with you through this newsletter and to help you to stay motivated on your path to optimum wellness.

I also want to let you know that when I mention a product or service, I am only doing it to tell you about something that I think is worthwhile. I do not have any financial affiliations with any of the services or products I recommend.
Blessings, Caroline

In this issue
  • Medical Intuitive Training - October 26-28
  • Caroline's Fall Schedule
  • The Tibet Experience

  • Caroline's Fall Schedule

    Vibrant Aging Event/Readings : San Diego CA - September 14-16
    Weight Loss Event/Readings : Seattle WA - September 29
    Lecture/Readings/Workshop :Portland OR - October 12-14
    Click here for complete fall schedule.

    Medical Intuitive Training - October 26 - 28 Click here for details.

    November Hay House Cruise - make your reservation now. Come cruising with us!

    The Tibet Experience

    I have always wanted to go to Tibet.
    In 1986 I painted a picture entitled Tibetan Sunrise. It hangs in my bedroom and I look at it every day that I am home. It reminds me that there are places in this world that no matter what goes on outwardly, these are spiritual anchor points. Such a place is Tibet.

    My husband Gary won this trip to Tibet in a draw from a publishing company in New York called Snow Lion. Over the years, Gary has purchased many publications and Buddhist artifacts from Snow Lion. I guess they drew from their customer base and he was the lucky winner.
    The trip centered around a spiritual group of people from all over the world and it was led by Glen Mullen author of many books on Tibetan Buddhism. At first, though I was interested, I had not really planned to take the trip. This was Gary's trip or so I thought and I felt that I might hold him back from meditating in the temples and appreciating all the sites and lore that he has studied for so many years. But, when he showed me the pictures of some of the sites and temples the trip would visit, I made the decision to go. I am so glad I did!

    We started off in Beijing spending a few days there before landing in the barren, rugged country of Tibet. Right away you could feel the essence of the people - spiritual, deep, hard working, tenacious and steadfast. It was clear, regardless of their circumstances, that they fully embodied the principles of tolerance, living in the moment, deep appreciation, spirituality above all else and an acceptance of things as they are.
    Tibetan Buddhism is alive and well in Tibet despite history, politics and circumstances. If you ever feel down or depressed in your life, just know that thousands of Tibetan people are praying, chanting, spinning their prayer wheels and fingering their beads while doing their mantras - all for you! Buddhists pray for "all sentient beings" which means everyone everywhere regardless of circumstances, alignments or sentiments. To me Tibet is one of the main anchor points for healing and peace that radiates out into the world on a daily basis.

    We started out in Tsetang and visited several monasteries and a nunnery. I got so much out hearing the monks and nuns chant. It gave me such a deep sense of peace that I could have happily listened to them for hours. The artifacts, paintings and hangings really didn't matter as much to me as the vibration that emanated from the people living so simply within those walls. It was evident that this is a simple religion. There really is no need for temples or any complicated philosophy. The heart and mind know.

    After a few days there we moved on to more monasteries in Shigatse - one dramatic one high up in the mountains with staggeringly beautiful views of the valleys below. Here several Tibetan mystics are said to have achieved enlightenment while meditating in the small caves perched high in the rugged terrain.
    I think this area of Tibet could be a focal point where old patterns are removed and new insights gained.

    I almost always wanted to spend time outside - connected to the land not the past. I felt the vibration, essence and purity of the place from the rugged land and the expansive skies. Something moved within me each time.

    The group was fun to be with and the bus drivers and guides became our friends. We enjoyed carefully chosen restaurants, with for the most part, great food. The hotels were nice, especially the one in Lhasa - the capital. Our room opened up onto a courtyard and I have never heard such birds singing to us at dawn each morning.Toilets flushed and showers worked. Put Tibet on your list of places to visit. I am sure you will enjoy it.

    Take a look at some of the pictures of our trip.

    Please note:
    Statements in this newsletter have not been reviewed by the FDA. Never start or stop any treatments, programs or medications without first consulting your medical doctor.

    Medical Intuitive Training - October 26-28
    The Body Knows


    Would you like to learn how to tune into yourself and others? My Medical Intuitive Training takes place for three full days -October 26 - 28 in Bellingham Washington, a beautiful city 1 1/2 hours North of Seattle and 1 1/2 hours South of Vancouver B.C. Canada.

    Call 800-575-6185 to register.

    Come and learn how to develop this gift. Find out how to hone your own intuitive skills and "see" into the body. This training is not the domain of a few gifted people. It offers valuable information and techniques for the lay person and professional.
    Again this year I am delighted to have Dr. Wayne Topping, author, lecturer and master kinesiologist, and my husband Gary Leikas R.N., OCN, BSN to co-present with me.

    Dr.Topping is a Touch for Health Faculty Member, Biokinesiologist and Founder of Wellness Kinesiology. He teaches in 22 countries and has an extensive international following. No wonder people fly in from all over the world to access his wealth of knowledge. His techniques for tapping in to the body's wisdom are very impressive. You may be interested in Wayne's post-conference classes offered in Bellingham October 29, 30 and 31. He also offers CEU's for RN's and LMT's. visit for details.

    During the training, participants will spend 3 days tapping into the body and exploring the exciting world of medical intuition. As well, each participant will receive a medical intuitive reading or recheck which is included in the registration fee.

    Call 800-575-6185 to register.
    Cost: $475 before September 1st, $525 after.
    21 CEU credits for LMT"s and RN's are available with an optional 2.5 CEU's for the Friday evening event.

    Click here for more information.

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