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It's all about choices: the Matrix is real. We Are Spiritual Beings having a Human Experience.

It's all about choices: the Matrix is real. We Are Spiritual Beings having a Human Experience.

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With a B.A. in psychology and a masters in education, I'm a psychological counselor-advisor, college professor-academic adviser, writer, music journalist: a Cosmic Tuning Fork; LightWorker; Intuitive Mentor. I Activate People in understanding their Life Goals, individual Soul Lessons, and Inner Truths to achieve personal growth & happiness, and have fun too. I am called Starman by my tribal family; the turtle is our totem animal. mitchLOP8@yahoo.com / skype mitchell.lopate

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Houses of Healing - The Lionheart Foundation

Many of us are turning to new ways to promote healing for each other in order to bring about the peace and harmony that we yearn to experience.  However, some of our brothers and sisters have become trapped in the world of hatred, anger, violence, and punishment.  This can be overcome--they can be made whole once again--and the opportunities exist to do so within themselves.

Consider sharing the gift of this book with someone you know who is incarcerated--or sponsor it for a prison library--and help make a difference possible for those who want to be able to function as useful members of the community at last.  You cannot change someone's life--only they can do that for themselves--but you can give them a way to learn how to do it.


" . . . You identified the secreted anger, loss, pain, denial, and causes of criminal behavior. You gave us a How To manual on surviving prison. You gave us a practical and spiritual guide out of this nightmare time loop in hell." -Frank, Danville Correctional Center, Danville.

"This book reflects the author's understanding of the tremendous human potential lying dormant in our prisons." -Dorothy Walsh, Violence Prevention Coordinator STEP, Inc., Boston, MA

Comments from prison librarians:

"These books do not stay on the shelves. They are constantly checked out. I've had over 250 requests. Please send us as many as you can spare."

"When Houses of Healing first arrived, all the copies were checked out immediately and a long wait list formed. I had to work hard to get borrowed books back so that everyone had a chance to read it."

"It's people like you that enable us to operate effectively under severely limited budgets."

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