1.27.15 Meditation: Tim Moon, MA, CASAC

Today’s Meditation:

Today I interview, my good friend and staunch Albany Peace Project supporter, Tim Moon.  Who is such a good friend that he does not even mind when I call him the name “Steve” for no good reason!!!

As Tim immediately quips back, “I have been called worse!”

Tim encourages us to keep the camera rolling because it demonstrates his passion for “loving life on life’s terms” and practicing radical acceptance of all that transpires.  Tim says, “Acceptance is the answer to all my problems.”

If you would like to hear Tim talk more about how radical acceptance can transform our lives, please attend the Numinous program on Sunday, February 8 at 2:00.   Tim has a great sense of humor, and always has a way of getting us to laugh at any topic.   More information can be found below.

Less than 4 Minute Video about upcoming Art Of Living Happiness Program At Numinous on 2/1/15
Quick 2 Minute Announcement About the 2015 Albany Peace Project Closing Celebration 

The New NUMINOUS schedule is now posted.  More classes to be posted soon.

The Art Of Living Happiness Program, Sunday, February 1 at 2:00: Nikhil Jain, Faculty on the Art of Living Foundation, Doctoral Candidate in Nanotechnology

Radical Acceptance, Sunday February 8 at 2:00 PM, Tim Moon, MS, CASAC-T

Shamanic Reiki Journeying, Sunday February 15 at 2:00 PM, Derek Healey, Shamanic Practitioner

Seeking Source Saturday; Quantum Prayer, Saturday February 21 at 4:00 PM(Music, Message & Meditation) Bethany Gonyea and Pam Lunz Madina will be leading song

Integrating Spirituality with Hypnosis for Weight Loss and Other Feel Good Goals:  Sunday, March 15 at 2:00, Leslie M. Thornton, RN & Hypnotherapist

Numinous Classes support expenses for the Albany Peace Project.  

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