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Cynthia Greb, Spiritual Connections Radio, Monday 8pm EST

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Mark Rawson and Pamela Latour,  Monday 8:00-9:00PM EST each week:

The guest Monday night is going to be Cynthia Greb

On the show Cynthia will talk about-

  • Sacred Dreams – Dreaming is a powerful source of inspiration and guidance for her.  She has  been blessed with many truly sacred dreams in her life.  She believes dreams are one of the ways God/Goddess/Source communicates with us.  Aboriginal people believe we “dream the world into being.”  They believe this world is our collective dream, our consensual reality.  If we change our thoughts about the world and if we dream powerful new dreams, we can change the world.

 

  • Earth-honoring and Earth-healing Ceremonies are essential to the healing of this Earth. The damage to our planet is so great right now that we cannot create sufficient change by working only on the physical plane.  This is part of why she believes she has been drawn to Crestone,CO.  She is connecting with women (and others) to do healing ceremony.  And it’s also why she was so drawn to Sandra Ingerman’s work, Medicine for the Earth.

Cynthia Greb is a writer.  She is a columnist who has written over one hundred inspirational articles for the site Belief net called “Blessings Abound” and she has another blog about navigating a diagnosis of early breast cancer.  She is also co-editor of the Dream Medicine page on the popular site All Things Healing.  Currently she’s working on several books in various stages of gestation.

Cynthia has a gift for leading groups, retreats, ceremonies, and celebrations.  When she’s inPennsylvania, she often leads services or speaks atPebbleHillInterfaithChurchin Doylestown.  

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