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Ray Dawn

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Ray Dawn is a ray OF THE NEW DAWN.
Ray is the luminous body of light within each of us.  
Dawn is the awakening to the acknowledgement of our inner light.

Ray Dawn is a vibration of my expanding self. It is a name that was given to me that caries a vibration facilitating wholeness.

I studied Psychology and Self Awareness, and extensively studied World Religions intending to degree in Religious Studies at Western Kentucky University.

In 1993 I attended the World Unity Festival near the Grand Canyon, where I spoke with a Navajo medicine woman. I asked her, “How can we live when we are so separated from ourselves and the earth?” She told me, “We the Navajo... we weave, and as we weave we listen and spirit tells us what to do. This one sings, this one dances, this one drums. Find something that brings you joy, listen and you will receive the answers you seek.” This started a journey of self discovery with a few twists and turns which led me to receive a Bachelor of Fine Art’s degree in Seattle in 2003.

In early 2009 I received a Master’s in Integrative Energy Therapy while living in  Sedona, AZ, which is a power energy therapy system that gets the “issues out of the tissues”.

My process now has evolved from all of my experiences and inner initiations. In working with the Master’s, Angelic beings, Spirit guides, ET friends and family and relatives that have passed over, I have realized that we all have an amazing support system to help us unfold all possibilities for wholeness.

Part of the challenge during this time of transformation is to ride the wave of the multidimensional acceleration, while learning to manage and direct our own awakening consciousness with clear intent while remaining grounded and empowered here in form.

http://www.RayDawn.com

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