Monday, January 7, 2008

Healer to visit Saipan

Healer to visit, teach in February

“You have the ability to be or do or have anything.”

This is according to Washington-based healer BeverLi Joi who is returning to Saipan this February not only to make her annual visit to her husband Dr. Mark Robertson but also to share her knowledge of healing.

In conjunction with her visit, BeverLi Joi intends to share her knowledge of healing through a series of sessions called Healing Touch in addition to her self-empowerment classes based on Abraham Hicks book titled “Ask and it is Given.”

In a media statement, Beverli Joi said, “You can be or do or have anything your heart desires. You are the creator of your own life. You create with every thought. The purpose of your life is Joy.”

She added that her classes are designed to teach processes that assist one to soften personal resistance and easily move up a 22 step emotional scale from fear and depression to joy and empowerment.

Although BeverLi has a master’s degree in institution administration, she says it is not only from the intellect that the class is taught or received. Tools are offered to assist one to recognize and balance feelings and intellect.

According to her, “the class may assist to learn to identify what you want in life; create a “Vision Board” and learn how to focus on your desires; learn to feel and benefit from ‘Appreciation’; and learn how to lessen resistance and to accept the gifts you are being offered.”

She also echoes one of the lessons she learned in a workshop held in Houston, Texas in 2002. “Nobody else knows your reason for being. You do. Your bliss guides you to it. When you follow your bliss, when you follow your path to joy, your conversation is of joy, your feelings are of joy—you’re right on the path of that which you intended when you came forth into this physical body. “

BeverLi Joi encourages the Saipan residents to “join us as we explore these teachings, share, visualize, realize our dreams and learn to follow our bliss.”

Having been teaching the class for a year now in Washington State, BeverLi Joi said the participants “find this group to be a fun, life-changing experience.”

Moreover, BeverLi says she also enjoys teaching the class to civic, professional, and social groups comprised of people who spend a lot of time together. She said, “When participants are on the same page with projects and goals the synergy is invaluable. The results tend to be far better than previously imagined.”

For several years, BeverLi has also been doing bio-energy work. Healing Touch, a nursing program, is a complementary or integrative energy therapy that can be used in conjunction with traditional therapies. Healing Touch assists in clearing, balancing and energizing the human energy system. She stated that physical disease is often the result of a compromised energy system. The goal of Healing Touch is to restore harmony and balance to create an optimal environment for healing the mind, body and spirit.

In a normal session, the client would take off his shoes, lie down and relax. Soft music may be played. The client may notice very light or near-body touch being applied at strategic points around the body. The deep sense of relaxation comes as the client releases resistance to the energy flow. Many people fall asleep, and the majority of clients say they leave the session with a comfortable sense of well-being and optimism in addition to a decrease or elimination of pain or emotional upset.

Since clients find relief from physical pain, emotional stress, mental fatigue and confusion they usually return several times. After a few sessions the clients usually have become accustomed to the nice balanced energy flow and are able to achieve that flow by themselves. BeverLi said that is what it’s all about. She teaches the clients to relax, center and balance themselves, and access the assistance that is ever present from within.

Registration has begun to fill this class. The four-week sessions will meet weekly for 1-1 ½ hours beginning February 12. There will be 6 classes to choose from: Tuesday or Wednesdays; 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. Other times may open depending on requests. Class size is limited to 10. The class fee for Level 1 is $50 and the purchase of Ask and it is Given is recommended (see contact information below).

To register for the class or receive added information about scheduling a Healing Touch session please provide your name, email or phone number. If you have questions please leave a message at 670-235-5992. BeverLi will call you back. To ensure a space in the class and to reserve a book send $50 to:

BeverLi Joi
PO Box 503900 CK
Saipan, MP 96950

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