December 2014


Urania  –  (Greek: “Heavenly”) in Greek religion, one of the nine Muses, patron of astronomy and astrology. In some accounts she was the mother of Linus the musician.

Musings: Deep in thought; contemplative, rumination, reflexion, pondering, study, “an elegant tapestry of quotations, musings, aphorisms, and autobiographical reflections” (James Atlas).

Welcome to our fourth muse. This Roman statue of Urania is a copy of a Greek original, and now belongs to the Vatican Museum.

Welcome to our third muse.
Our call in dates are:  Times for Monday – Dec. 15th

  • Monday December 15th –  Group 1 is the call that originates in California at 11 a.m.  I will be calling from Hawaii and should have good reception as I have done this before.

    Group 1 –
  • 9 am  Hawaii
    11 am  Pacific Time
    12 noon – Mountain Time (inc. AZ)
    1 pm – Central Time
    2 pm – Eastern Time
    3 pm  Canada Atlantic
    3:30 pm Newfoundland
    7 pm Ireland/UK/Portugal
    8 pm NL/France/Italy/Denmark/Norway/Germany
  • Group 2   Dec. 15th – Monday.
    3 pm – Hawaii
    5 pm – Pacific
    6 pm – Mountain (inc. AZ)
    7 pm – Central
    8 pm – Eastern
    9 pm – Canada Atlantic
    9 pm – Argentina
    9:30 pm – Newfoundland
  • Please check these times with the to confirm the time for these countries
    Hong Kong   9 am Tuesday morning Dec. 16
    Japan  10 am Tuesday morning Dec. 16
    Tazmania   12 noon Tuesday Dec. 16
    Victoria   12 noon Tuesday Dec. 16


Right mouse click (ctr. click key on Mac) – Select ‘Download’ or ‘Save Linked File As’ and save the following 3 support papers to your computer:

Don Campbell Info.pdf

Mozart Effect and More. pdf

Jonathan Goldman – “Healing Sounds”. pdf

Music Categories and Worksheet.pdf

For your homework assignment, please read the following Harp Therapy Manual – Cradle of Sound pages:

Pages 223-244

2.  Our fourth Muse, Urania, is the muse of astronomy, in classical tradition she rests her foot on a turtle (the symbol of silence and retreat).

The muses were a curious lot, in that they rarely figured into the stories. They were, for the most part, more of a presence than actual characters. True, they did appear here and there: the muses were the ones who gathered up the remains of Orpheus after the Thracian maidens – enraged by his rejection of their love – tore him into pieces and cast him into a river. They gave his body, or what was left of it, a proper burial at Libertha.

The muses were also known to associate with Apollo, the god of poetry and music. It is said that they often joined Apollo in a dance of abandoned frenzy: intoxicated by the sounds of the most elegant Olympian poetry and most enchanting Olympian music.

Their function, though, was principally one of inspiration. Mortal poets and musicians summoned them forth when they needed to compose new work. An artist would plead with the particular muse of his/her vocation to bestow some of the beauties of word, sound, or motion that only the divine regions could endow. Poets, in particular, were said to have lamented the limitations of mortal language, which proved unequal to the task of conveying in verse the nature of the worldly beauties they experienced and the ethereal wonders they envisioned. Even Aeolic Greek -the language of Apollo himself- was impaired by this frustrating impoverishment. The Muses would often inject heavenly essence into a lyric to lend it the Olympian aspect the artist was striving to achieve.

Apart from inspiration, their other function was one of mental retention. This role was quite logical, as their mother was the goddess of memory. Poets and singers of the ancient world usually didn’t have a written record of the works they performed. This lack of prepared material necessitated the development of a powerful memory. Those without said memory often relied upon the assistance of the muses, acting like cue card holders for the ancient performing poet who often had to remember epic poems that could last hours.

Most of the muses inspired the artistic (poetry, dance, tragedy). The intellectual muses (Clio for History and Urania for Astronomy) were added later. They also rarely appear in the mythological chronicles. Urania does make an appearance in Milton’s verses as the “heavenly muses.”

As Erato invoked inspiration in those composing erotic and love-based poetry, Urania aided those striving to understand the sky and heavens. She held a deep affinity for astronomers and astrologers. (Two thousand years ago the terms “astronomer” and “astrologer” were interchangeable.) Being an entity of Olympian lineage, Urania had access to the domain of the heavens that mere mortals did not enjoy. Thus, she would impart onto the Earth-bound astronomer some of the knowledge of the firmament and of our place in it.

Urania has proven to be a most generous muse, as humanity’s view of the Universe has expanded beyond any confines that the ancient people could have ever fathomed. For this endowment of her depthless knowledge, we should be most grateful.

I chose Urania for this month lesson because we are focusing on sound vibrations, chaos theory and the mysteries at large. What greater mystery do we have than what lies beyond the stars and how we all relate in this macrocosm called life!

3.  Featured speaker: Don Campbell

Don Campbell left this earthly plane in June 2011. Below you will find his bio. I feel he is working with us on a far greater plane of existence and will always be with us. – CRT

BIO: Don Campbell is a recognized authority on the transformational power of music, in health and education.

Don Campbell was a leading lecturer and consultant to healthcare organizations as well as corporations and parenting groups.  He worked with audiences of symphony orchestras on how music can affect learning, health, and other aspects of our lives.  He was Acoustic and Musical Director of Aesthetic Audio Systems, an innovative company that provides quality music to healthcare facilities.

Author of 23 books, he lectured in over 25 countries including South Africa, Brazil, Poland, Ireland, India, Israel, and Japan. He keynoted conferences for the American Music Research Center, The Symposium on Healthcare Design, Yale University, The Royal Dublin Society, The Society for Arts in Healthcare and The International Teachers Associations in Japan and South America. He serveed on several national boards including Dallas ARTS for People and the American Music Research Center at the University of Colorado. In 2006, he was honored as “Signature Sinfonian” with the Award for Outstanding Service to Music and Education from Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity. He was awarded “Director Emeritus” of the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra. 

In Campbell’s unique view, music is not only a rich and rewarding aesthetic experience, but an easily accessible bridge to a more creative, intelligent, healthy, and joy-filled life. His singular mission was to help return music to its central place in the modern world, as a resource for growth, development, health, and celebration.  His books include Music Physician for Times to Come, Rhythms of Learning and the 1997 best-seller, The Mozart Effect®. Campbell has also produced 16 albums, including the accompanying music for the Mozart Effect series for adults and children, which dominated the classical Billboard charts in 1998 and 1999. His newest book Healing At the Speed of Sound is now one of our required books. It is also available as an enhanced eBook.

There are a few segments to the streamed videos by Don. This was a day long presentation at our 2009 Professional Development Gathering. We have listed the Sections and their times. In addition to the first presentation on Awakening the Spirit with Sound, we have added a presentation that he gave for us in 1999 PDG.  I will fore warn you that it is one of those videos of poor quality. We have lightened the image tremendously and we do not expect you to watch this second entire day long event – however, if you do, you will glean much information especially on how music is processed and Tomatis. You will also get to hear Don in rare form. If you choose not to watch the second presentation because of the quality, I will ask you to watch just the very last segment because it is so profound. It has stayed with me for all the years that I have been involved in this work.

You will see why I say in the INTRO – welcoming Don Campbell with 70 harps –  that he can move me from tears to elation in just 1 minute.  See for yourself the power of music in this last segment and hopefully, you will watch the entire lecture in spite of the quality.  Remember to keep it small on your screen and just think of it as a reference to the audio that you will be hearing. The music selections he has chosen are marvelous.

Awakening The Spirit With Sound
with Don Campbell

INTRO – Welcoming Don Campbell
with 70 harps!
PART 1 of 11
with a short presentation
by Sarajane Williams
PART 2 of 11

PART 3 of 11 PART 4 of 11 PART 5 of 11
PART 6 of 11 PART 7 of 11
Interlude with Fionn Tulach of
Scotland and Fonn chant
PART 8 of 11
PART 9 of 11 PART 10 of 11 PART 11 of 11
Mozart and More!
Additional presentation
Don Campbell
(optional due to quality but most fasincating!!!!)
PART 1 of 10 PART 2 of 10 PART 3 of 10
PART 4 of 10 PART 5 of 10 PART 6 of 10
PART 7 of 10 PART 8 of 10 PART 9 of 10
PART 10 of 10

4. Our music development for this month focuses on the Mixolydian mode. The Mixolydian mode starts on the fifth degree of our given key of music. ( i.e.  Key of C, Mixolydian starts on G;  Key of F, Mixolydian starts on C; Key of A, Mixolydian starts on E; Key of Bb, Mixolydian starts of F etc.)  Mixolydian is a major mode and it has a dreamy, relaxed feeling. Please work on the Christ Child’s Lullaby or Silkie (in the Creative Harping SUPPORT papers) as they are in the 3/4 time signature and will fit with the left hand chord patterns.  Choose one of those pieces to record and then segue into an improvisation utilizing at least 2 different left hand patterns from your Creative Harping at home DVD study.

Remember these tips: Play expressively. As you start ‘HEARING’ your root note – which is G (in the key of C), you may now want to start listening for the other notes in that chord – the B and the D.

By December 20, try to have your Mixolydian mode uploaded under MUSIC DOWNLOADS on your USER ACCOUNT or transferred through email or other means accepted by your mentor.  Your mentor will evaluate your recording and send you your evaluation for your Portfolio. If you get behind, don’t despair, we are just trying to keep you on target so you can finish the program in a timely manner.

In addition to the Creative Harping #4 Mixolydian Mode, (songs that are in 3/4), I’d like you to take a look at the following songs in the Illuminations book and your Creative Harping Collection of of papers

1) Snowy Wood – Mixolydian – Calming  (Illuminatons – any level version)

2) Pease Stray – Creative Harping #1 Intro Papers under Mixolydian. PDF. This will serve well for the Fire Element.  The Fire Element can be Mixolydian (Major mode – upbeat) or Ionian Mode.  For two other pieces to satisfy the Fire Element in the Illuminations Book, please refer to:

3) Diamonds from Heaven  (Illuminations – any level version)

4) Cherubim  (Illuminations – any level version)

You should choose between #2, #3, or #4 to have one of those pieces for your up tempo ‘Fire’ Element. (or an equivalent of your choosing). This will be presented on your final Exit recording when you are about to graduate.  It is good to make your choice now so that you can be working on them over the next year.

Snowy Wood can be an alternative to Christ Child’s Lullaby or the Silkie implementing the same left hand patterns – therefore, 3 choices are there for your current Mixolydian submission for your mentor.  If you are trying to stay on track, you will want to play one of these pieces with your improvisation (4-5 mins.) with at least 2-3 left hand patterns now.  The suggested date for submission of the Mixolydian Mode is Dec. 20th.

5. Keynote speaker – Jeff Volk -Cymatics

Please watch the Youtube clips below that have been produced by Jeff Volk. In addition, here is a Conference Call by Jeff that you will find fascinating. (Listed at the Bottom of the page) I was so moved by this concept of chaos between the resonant patterns. It reminds me of the times in our lives when everything is in a state of flux and then we ascend to another level of understanding.

with Jeff Volk

Of Sound Mind and Body
produced by Jeff Volk
Jeff Volk at the Toronto
Dowsers Convention
Alexander Lautewasser

with Kay Gardner, Jill Purse,
Hans Jenny,  Deepak Chopra,
Rupert Sheldrake

Of Sound, Mind and Body
with John Beaulieu
produced by Jeff Volk

The Art of Sound

Here is a superb demonstration of Cymatics along with Cymaticmusic!


Rosslyn Chapel – “The Music of the Cubes”

Book by Thomas Mitchell
Excerpt fromRosslynChapel.doc [Compatibility Mode]

The famed Rosslyn Chapel – focus in the Da Vinci Code book and a very historical site for the Templars and other Mystery School traditions is a work of art and beauty. The ceiling is adorned with many carvings which have intrigued people for years. Thomas Mitchell has studied the cubes on the ceiling in depth and has created a book specifically on his interpretations of the cubes and how he believes they represent music notation. This is fascinating reading as you can see from the clip above and beautiful music from the example below.  Two summers ago I took a group of 50 harpers and friends to IONA Scotland. We gave a concert in the IONA abbey and some of continued on to Rosslyn Chapel. We plan to do this again in the future. I hope you can join us!


Click here for Rosslyn Cube Singing of music deciphered from the Rosslyn Chapel cubes by Thomas Mitchell – sung by the Chartres Singers

Click here for more on the Rosslyn Cubes

Rosslyn Chapel Ceiling
Rosslyn Chapel Interior Musical Cubes Figure Playing Harp

Now, that we have experienced and read about sound vibrations within nature, take a listen to this remarkable clip of music – this is nature in it’s most divine.

A video by the late Doctor Emoto (click image to view)


Forgotten In Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies

What Are The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies?

These original sound frequencies were apparently used in Ancient Gregorian Chants, such as the great hymn to St. John the Baptist, along with others that church authorities say were lost centuries ago. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart tremendous spiritual blessings when sung

in harmony during religious masses. These powerful frequencies were rediscovered by Dr. Joseph Puleo as described in the book Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse by Dr. Leonard Horowitz. I give honor to both of these gentleman for the part they’ve played in helping return these lost frequencies back to humanity.

The Six Solfeggio Frequencies include:

UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair)
FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships
SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition
LA – 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order

Experience: LINK


For example, the third note, frequency 528, relates to the note MI on the scale and derives from the phrase “MI-ra gestorum” in Latin meaning “miracle.” Stunningly, this is the exact frequency used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA – the genetic blueprint upon which life is based!

Read more: LINK

And now for a special guest!
Ani Williams

Recently, I went to visit the Medieval villages of Southern France to explore the Grail mysteries, the historic dwellings of the Cathars and the stories of Mary Magdalene.  My friend Ani Williams showed me around Rennes-le-Chateau – this village sits high upon a hill (see pictures).  It was a fascinating adventure, especially after my journey through Carcasonne!  Ani lives in Sedona, Arizona when she is in the USA however, we always seem to meet up in Europe – be it Glastonbury or Southern France. She has been living there for quite awhile now working on some fascinating topics and music.  She is planning to hold a very fascinating school program of sound healing and I am honored that she has asked me to participate. Here is a bit of information about her.

Ani Williams is world-renowned harpist and singer, and has recorded more than two-dozen albums of original sacred music based on ancient spiritual traditions. She has done seminal work in the study of sound healing and the relationship between musical tones, the human voice and healing.

Ani has been exploring the role of Mary Magdalene in the emerging feminine since 1987, and guiding women’s pilgrimages to Magdalene sites in France, Britain and Egypt. Her research of the feminine disciples in the Gnostic texts has resulted in recordings dedicated to Magdalene and Sophia, with music and chant in Aramaic, Hebrew and Egyptian languages, incorporating ancient Middle-Eastern music scales. Her writings on Magdalene blend history with poetic depth and she is currently co-producing a series of documentary films on Magdalene’s role in the grail mysteries.

Ani has been recording her enchanting style of music since 1981 and has performed internationally since 1985, throughout the world

In May 2006, Travel Channel featured Ani’s music and presentation in Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland for a special program on the Da Vinci Code material.

Ani has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including having her music aired on syndicated FM show Music From the Hearts of Space.

In 1994 she developed Songaia Sound Medicine, a system of using specific musical frequencies as therapy, voice analysis, and developed the Songaia CD’s a series sound meditations, used as an effective healing tool for her clients. She presents sound healing seminars in the US, Mexico, Holland and England, and maintains a private sound counseling practice. Williams leads pilgrimages to Egypt, England and Scotland, where her groups experience the transformative power of sound.

Ani and Christina playing at the cafe in Rennes-le-Chateau The Mary Magdalene Chapel
Everything that Ani does is exquisite and she is a super fine person! Each morning I listen to her Homage to the Hathors while doing my yoga and meditation. Here is a short clip of her transcending music.  She has recorded in the Great Pyramids!
Excerpt Homage to Hathor by Ani Williams
If you are interested in getting this CD or any of Ani’s other music, please go to this site: LINK
During my morning yoga to either Don Campbell’s Spirit and Sound CD – beautiful!  or to Ani’s Homage to Hathor, I bring in the elements in while breathing into the various chakra using beautiful beads as a guide for keeping on track.If you read the Hathor Material by Tom Kenyon,  many of you may find that it also resonates with you. He talks about how to surround yourself with the elements—Earth, Fire, Water and Air—each day. In fact, reciting the Egyptian words for the elements, El, Ka, Leem, Om, four to the fourth power (256 times) each day instills the balance of the elements within you.

Since I love to do beading as a contemplative activity, especially after being with someone who has just transitioned in hospice, I made myself a long, sparkly circle of Austrian crystal beads. I divided them into the four categories, one for each element, and within each of those categories, I arranged the crystals in groups of four to represent the elements four to the fourth power. The first 4 groups of four (16 beads) are red for the base chakra—breathing myself into the earth; then orange crystals for the second chakra; yellow for the third; green for the fourth, the heart; blue for the throat; indigo for the sixth chakra, the third eye; and violet for the crown chakra. I ended the circle with four clear beads that represent the Absolute. Each day, I can connect with all the elements, chanting El, Ka, Leem, and Om, while breathing into the chakras and balancing my body at the same time.

I share my beads with many patients in the hospice. They touch them and look lovingly into the sparkles of the crystals, exclaiming, “Look at the red! Look at the blue! Look at the green!”

Life in a hospital bed is so limited, looking only at four walls and a ceiling everyday. Bringing a bit of color into the patients’ lives sparks a glow in their eyes.


The sky and its stars make music in you.
The sun and the moon praise you.
The gods exalt you.
The goddesses sing to you.
Inscription on a wall of the Temple of
Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, 2nd Century BCE

This month we are working on the Mixolydian mode (related traditionally to Saturn) so now is a great time to start collecting (in a unique folder on your computer) your insights, meditations, poetry, improvised music pieces, images and keywords that are inspired by your explorations and studies on the Mixolydian mode. See how many pieces of music you can find in the Mixolydian Mode!  If it is traditional music, we can post it, if you research Mixolydian mode and find the name of a song in the Mixolydian mode, we can reference it if it is copyrighted. It will be great to have a list of songs in the mode from which to choose.

Please listen to our November Conference Call on the FORUM

7. If you have questions, please use our CONTACT FORM to be in touch and we will assist you. Remember to always look at the Troubleshooting FAQ’s under the Main Menu on the top of this site.  They are under STUDENTS.

As you watch the videos, please type in questions that you might have in our Comment/Question form below.

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Part 1 December – Don Campbell Conference Call – Campbell – 01

Part 2 December –  Don Campbell Conference Call – Campbell – 02

Part 3  December –  Jeff Volk Conference Call – Volk – 01

Part 4  December –  Jeff Volk Conference Call – Volk – 02

Part 5  December – Ani Williams Conference Call – Williams – 01

Part 6  December – Ani Williams Conference Call – Williams – 02

Part 7 December – Ani Williams Conference Call – Williams – 03


(While listening to Ani William’s presentation, please open these supporting files so you can visually look at what she is referring to in her talk.

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These case examples show the relationship between the planetary patterns at birth (the celestial imprint on the soul), their corresponding tones and how these tone patterns are reflected the speaking voice tones. When we can determine which tones are stressed or missing from the brain and voice, these tones are then introduced to bring wholeness, integration. This integration and balance of all frequencies increases the potential for health, balance, creativity and fullfillment. Example one: (T’s Voice Chart and Astro Chart go together. He is 5 year old autistic boy. S  is young mother suffering from abuse and homeless).


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Brain States 1


Notes pertaining to Ani Williams Presentation:

Music, says Ficino, is like celestial figures in motion, both governed by number and proportion.

“Music composed according to the rule of the stars, the current motions of the heavens and an individual’s horoscope, will engender a forceful celestial power.” Marcilio Ficino

“If the harmonies or sounds imitate or reproduce the perfect mathematical ratios inherent in the soul from its original creation (as Plato sets forth in the Timaeus), then via the spirit the soul may be ‘brought back’ to its original condition, and from there influence the physical body.” Angela Voss, Kent University.

“Each person has a harmonic signature that is distinctive, unique and individual. The energy in the human voice can be measured with a Spectrum Analyzer and frequencies can be sorted to reflect vibrations in frequency bands associated with the notes C through B on a piano. When individual frequencies are played back to the person, the resultant change can be reflected at the cellular level, in brain wave patterns, unification of the energy field and in the experiential state of being”. Lana J. Ford, Ph.D

PLEASE NOTE – this is what we will be asking for in your February 1st paper over the next 3 months.

Your first paper is due February 1st. What is due in the paper?

1.  We are looking for your reflections of how the TA study brought about awareness of how you operate in the world – i.e., how you have learned to obtain your power, interact with others – how your family constellation and atmosphere contributed to your development.  (Section 6 Part 19 gives you questions to reflect upon for your paper.  This is from the October lesson)

2.  We are looking for your insights on what appears to be your main mode of interaction – be it visual, auditory or kinesthetic and if you were previously aware of it. How has this worked in your relationships.

3.  We are looking for your comments on how empathic listening skills have helped in your dealings with people since you have become more aware of other people’s scripts. What kind of situations have you run into since this has come more to your attention. What has happened with you ‘match’ people or ‘entrain’ with people – or further – when they have ‘entrained’ with you?

4.  We are looking to your discoveries about cymatics and how the macrocosm of sound and vibrations give you pause to wonder about the inter-relatedness to the microcosm of our bodies.  How ‘spirit’ can guide us and learning to put TRUST into action.

5.  We are looking to hear about some major ah-ha’s (meaning the big insights!) about the above processes and how they are now affecting your music-making process. Discuss the discoveries you are making about yourself in reference to your journey on becoming a certified therapeutic harp practitioner.

The paper should be at least 3-4 typewritten pages but can be longer. This is a third of the way into the program of taking a look at how your awareness is serving you. Notice in your writings if you become apologetic – if so, look to see where that comes from, or if you have put the paper off til the very end and feel the pressure to hurry through the process.  Where does that come from?  Or if you feel like this is overwhelming and you are putting pressure upon yourself to try to make it perfect or worried that your mentor is going to judge you. Look to where the process of becoming aware is holding you back.

At the same time, look at the places where you have found new positive confidences – that taking the music step by step is not really hard at all. That it is all a process and it has been broken down in incremental steps for you.

Therefore, while observing these developmental steps in your awareness, be sure to include information that has been new to you.  Most of all, don’t stress about this!


And don’t forget to chat with your classmates on the Forum

As with the November lesson, we will not have quizzes this month but enjoy the presentations by Don Campbell and Jeff Volk. For assignments, here is a checklist:

1.  Download and read the Don Campbell papers

2.  Watch the Don Campbell lectures – and on the Mozart and More which is optional, at least the last segment. (But it is all great material! – keep the visual small on the screen).  Listen to his Conference Call.

3.  Read pages 223-244 in the Cradle of Sound – Harp Therapy Manual

4.  Watch the Jeff Volk YouTube clips and listen to his lecture – you may want to surf the YouTube sites for more footage if you are fascinated by Cymatics

Take a look at Jonathan Goldman’s article on “Healing Sounds”

5.  Read about Rosslyn Chapel and listen to the short clip of the transcribed music from the Cubes that have been studied and deciphered by Thomas Mitchell

6.  Enjoy some lovely music by Ani Williams some Divine Nature music!  Listen to her Conference Call.

7.  Music Development: Work on one of the Mixolydian pieces (Christ Child’s Lullaby, Silkie or Snowy Wood)

8. Begin preparing a Fire Element song to have for your Exit recording – (Cherubim, Diamonds from Heaven, Pease Stray)

9.  Download the Music Categories. You may want to start making out your list of the 3 tunes from each category that you will be learning. Remember, it is just a melody line with the right hand that you need to focus on. International students – you may want to substitute folks songs instead of patriotic and country western as these two categories are more American oriented.

10.  For anyone interested in more information about Fionn Tulach’s path of the Ceile De – please go to: LINK

Until December 15!
MAY I SUGGEST AN HONOR CODE? In the International Harp Therapy Program we will be sharing a wide spectrum of information, some of which will be new research and other information might come from the personal lives of many of you in the program. I would like to ask that we maintain an honor code in which we do not email any of the pages, lessons, recordings or DVDs to any personal friends or associates. This is copyrighted material and disseminating the material is a breech of integrity and law. Thank you. CRT

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