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* Seminar for the Edgar Cayce Group

The introductory seminar was held on Feb 7 at Bob Connor’s house in Cannon NY, the meeting place of this group. There were 7 participants out f which 2 had attended my  previous classes. The feedback received from the 5 new learners is posted below.

Scanned images of the completed feedback forms.

Summary of  the feedback:

The seminar was …

  • Excellent –   4
  • Excellent/ Very Good – 1

I will use this technique to relieve my (concern)

  • Asthma
  • Family upsets
  • Hopeless optimism
  • Racing mind, Tension
  • Sleep

Comments/ Suggestions (if any)

  • Introduction was too long, great analogies, simple, very powerful philosophies connected for me
  • Humorous and to the point
  • Fabulous
  • Nice combination of technique and story telling

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* Useful for women in labor

I offered a complementary seminar for two couples taking lessons from Emily Marynczak, a childbirth educator (1). Her feedback after the seminar –

“Thank you very very much for your session last night. I personally have benefited so much form your techniques and I know that my clients have too. I will continue to discuss how well your techniques apply to labor. The concept of using the fingers to ‘anchor the mind’ is very promising for use in labor. Your “911″ remedy (2) for a stubbed toe is something that I teach for labor just with a different name. I also teach women to vocalize their exhalations- to release the power of the contraction- we practice open loud powerful wailing sounds to release the breath and any fears. A kind of birth song- but ultimately just a simple breath technique. I think that perhaps counting breaths, 1,2 3, 1, 2, 3 out loud may also be helpful to some women in labor. I am so enthralled with the simplicity and freedom inherent in your approach- It is freedom and simplicity that I strive to teach in my birth education work.

Subsequent comment:
I continue to refer my clients to your web site. We often practice together in my classes. I too look forward to a time when these techniques are main stream.”

(1) Emily Marynczak, AAHCC and Bradley Method Certified Birth Instructor #(518) 478-0062. (AAHCC is for American Association for Husband Coached Childbirth)
(2) 911 mode of ‘focusing on breathing’

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