Category Archives: Marnie’s Musings

Earth Day, Native Views, List Update Class 05/12

Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22nd, and I thought I would share with you several interesting videos I encountered when signing up for an on-line Earth Day event from the Native American community.

Both Grandmothers and Grandfathers speak in these videos, and while some of the thoughts and beliefs are not all the same as my own, many of the ideas are similar to what Jann and Joe Timmreck and I have talked about in the past. Too, while some of these ideas seem quite dire, I share them with you because I have always believed that the new and valuable information provided in the Timmreck seminars is a new way to help this Earth to be much more beautiful, prosperous and safe place to live, for all of us.

A side note: keep watching! When you think one talk is over, another speaker comes on. It is well worth the wait.

From The Grandmothers

As some of you know, I attended three Grandmother’s Councils, in Lincoln City, Sedona and Anchorage Alaska. While the Grandmothers are no longer meeting in their formal councils, some of the younger Grandmothers are still very active. I recently received their invitation to their upcoming three-day on-line event, titled Reverence for All Creation, and culminating on Earth Day. The event takes place on April 20, 21 & 22, at 12 PM Pacific Time. I have signed up myself, and watching the video link below gives you an idea of the upcoming topics and presenters, and also how to register yourself if you are interested.

From The Grandfathers

After watching this and other videos relating to this event, I noticed the link below titled (Part 1) Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 1.) This time I listened to Grandfathers speak, and they talk about caring for the Earth, living a spiritual life, and taking personal responsibility for Earth and the future of our world. (This last topic is covered especially by the second Grandfather speaking, in Part 2 of this video, which plays just after Part 1.) I also found these videos very valuable.

List Wordings for Earth Day

From the List perspective, as you may remember, I have written previous articles including List wordings for the Earth. Here they are again, and below them is a link to the original article. Of note is that I have added a wording specifically for the trees. As the first and Hopi Grandfather states, we are linked to trees, and they are very important for us and to our survival.

“…having the air of this Earth healthy, functioning naturally and normally, easily….”

“…having the soils of this Earth where we grow our foods abundant, healthy and safe and secure at all times, functioning naturally and normally, easily….”

“…having the water on this Earth healthy and safe and secure at all times, functioning naturally and normally, easily….”

“…having the trees on this Earth safe and secure at all times….”

“…having the trees on this Earth abundant and healthy, functioning naturally and normally, easily….”

List Update Class, Saturday, May 12, 12-4 PM, Ashland Library

Perhaps you may want to put several of these helpful List wordings and more on your List at our next List Update Class on Saturday, May 12. We will be meeting at the Ashland Library, in the Guanojuato Room, from 12-4 PM. You are welcome to drop in at your convenience, and the fee is by donation.

I look forward to seeing you then! Happy Earth Day!

Lots of Love, Light & Laughter,

Marnie Hancock.

Sedona & Cruisin’ Into Spring With The List

Hello Everyone!

My husband and I just returned from our most recent vacation, to Sedona, Fort Lauderdale, and cruising in Mexico and the Eastern Caribbean.  What fun!  In Sedona, I enjoyed experiencing one of the Earth’s vortexes there for the first time.  Bell Rock vortex felt so positive and wonderful that it practically knocked me off my feet!  Many other happy trails were found, with Sedona now publishing very detailed vortex and hiking maps.  Now it’s back home to beautiful Ashland, and I must say, I am very happy to be back.  While Sedona was wonderful, cruising these days was not the same as it was 31 years ago, when my husband and I went on our first honeymoon.  This vacation was a little more, “prickly pear,” just like these beautiful heart-shaped but spiny cacti we found on our hikes in Sedona.

After a week in Sedona, we flew to Fort Lauderdale, where we boarded two separate cruise ships, one week after another.  Just before we arrived in Jamaica, however, we were told that the US had just recently issued a travel advisory warning for Jamaica, saying that it was no longer safe for tourists.  Once we got home, too, we heard of a similar warning for certain parts of Mexico, places where we had just been.   These were sobering moments.

Security was also very high on and off the ship, something we hadn’t experience in the past.  The level of desperation and poverty that we saw in several places too was quite saddening.  And on the cruise ship, we learned that that many cruise ships are now registered to third world countries.  As such, they don’t have to abide by Western labor and health laws.  Essentially, the employees on these ship were mostly from third world countries, often working seven days a week, 10-12 hours a day, and for many months at a time.  –We did our best to tip well throughout our vacation.

Personally though we were safe and lucky, and I credit much of this to both common sense and having a List.  In Jamaica, despite the travel advisory, we asked a crew member where his favorite place to go was, and he said “The Bamboo Beach Club.”  There, we experienced Reggae music, friendly locals, great dancing, swimming in warm waters, and free Jamaican rum!

The Island of Grand Cayman was also particularly wonderful, as we swam at “Sea Ray City.” Boats form in a circle and sea rays come in to be fed.  We all go a chance to feed the rays ourselves, and we also snorkeled close by and saw a moray eel and many beautiful tropical fish.

But while we had a lovely time, the educational experiences I had made me so glad to be back in the beautiful Rogue Valley, and to have my feet planted firmly on this beautiful and prosperous ground.

The List and Mind Frames at OLLI, April & May

Now the Spring term begins at OLLI at SOU, and I am preparing to teach a List Class there Wednesdays, 1-3 pm, April 4-May 2.  I am also teaching a Mind Frames Class Wednesdays, 1-3 pm, May 9-May 30.  Membership is required to take the classes, for the cost of approximately $125.00, and membership has lots of benefits.  You would be able to attend these and many other evening courses throughout the year.  Please call OLLI at 541-552-6048 if you are interested in attending either class.

List Update Class

Our next List Update Class will be on Saturday, May 12, 12:30-3:3:30 pm., in the Guanajuato Room at The Ashland Library.  (Please just drop in: by donation.)

September Classes 2018

I will also be teaching classes in the fall, after an evening talk at the Ashland Co-Op.  The talk is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 24, from 6-8 pm (class dates, TBA), and the talk is about The List and Your Health.

Mercury Retrograde Soon

FYI, our next Mercury Retrograde begins this Thursday, March 22, and it lasts until April 15.  Know that communications can sometimes be a bit mixed up during these times, be careful in traffic, and check your details twice.

I wish you all a happy, prosperous Spring, and I look forward to seeing you soon.

Marnie Hancock.

Vacations, OLLI & List Update Class, Nov. 19, 12-4, Ashland

Hello Everyone.

This fall has been a wonderful one, despite the uncertainty in the outside world.  I hope it has been wonderful for you too.

I have especially enjoyed teaching the List at Southern Oregon University’s OLLI program, and I have enjoyed meeting a number of new and wonderful people.  The class has spanned over 7 weeks, with everyone completing their Lists last week.  It was a delight hearing some of the successes that their Lists had already brought to them.  Like this arch at Bryce Canyon, these students will now be entering a whole new world, filled with whatever adventures they decide to put on their Lists.

This fall we flew down to Las Vegas to visit friends, and then we traveled to both Zion and Bryce National Parks.  They were very beautiful.  Bryce Canyon was particularly unique, with all of the different land formations, from erosion over time.  Here is the List wording I used for this vacation, and it worked very well:

“…having the best possible vacation to, from and in Las Vegas, Nevada, and in and around Bryce and Zion National parks, in Utah, from approximately September 3, 2017, to approximately September 7, 2017, fulfilling the mutual wants, needs and desires of _______” (my husband’s name), “and myself, experiencing the best possible weather conditions for us, easily, enjoyably and comfortably….”

These next two weeks at OLLI students will be learning the Good/Bad Technique, the Trauma Release Visualization, and Jann and Joe’s NLP theory.  Relatedly, with learning the Good/Bad Technique, these new List students will also be able to see the various limiting beliefs that are keeping them from achieving their goals.  Like the monoliths of Bryce Canyon, these limiting beliefs can create barriers to success.

Please consider arranging a Skype video call, if you would like me to help you with a Good/Bad Technique that you would like to complete, on an area in your life that may not be flowing very well.

If you are in the area, our next List Update Class, where you can review your List or complete a Good/Bad Technique, will be on Sunday, November 19th, from 12 to 4 pm, in the Guanajuato Room at the Ashland Library.  Attendance is by donation.

The List and its basic technique, as well as the Good/Bad, gives a person the tools to go deeply and positively into their subconscious mind, remove their limiting beliefs in various areas, and then allowing them to achieve  most anything they desire: such as hiking down deep into Bryce Canyon, despite its steepness!

We are home now, and I think what has also made this autumn so wonderful was all the adventures my husband and I can participate in, as well as the wonderful friends we both have.  We love the outdoors, and the beauty that Nature provides.  We feel so blessed.  Relatedly, here are two List wordings that I believe have really added to our lives.  (I know, you’ve likely seen some of them before, but it’s good to review them.)

“…enjoying experiencing the visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory delights of nature….”

“…having an abundance of the best possible friends for me, sharing fun, laughter, enjoyment, common experiences and interesting conversations, fulfilling my wants, needs and desires, easily and enjoyably….”

Going back briefly to the outside world, I recently received a request for help from Grandmother Flordemayo, the Mayan Grandmother from the Grandmother’s Council.  This request came to my email account, and so it wasn’t possible to put that link into this article.  Here is a link to her Facebook page, however, and if you scroll down a bit to her post of Oct. 14, you can see her request for donations.  It would be sad if this temple needed to close.  Please help out with her heirloom seed temple and share with “interested others” if you feel so moved.

https://www.facebook.com/grandmotherflordemayo/

Thank you.  See you on Nov. 19th!

Lots of Love & Light,

Marnie Hancock.

 

Summer 2017 List News: Retro Events, Wordings & OLLI List Class

Mercury Retrograde & Intro.

Hello!  This summer has been full of new energies, surprises, much beauty, and at the same time an interesting look into the past.  A Mercury Retrograde began on Saturday August 12, and the Solar Eclipse occurred on August 21.  Mercury Retrogrades often bring about a review of the past, and I read recently that the Solar Eclipse crossing through the middle of the US is reflective of a review of the past civil war in America.  But Mercury Retrogrades are also about getting extremes in new information about past events.  This Retrograde ends on Tuesday, September 5, and hopefully the new insights gained about race relations in the US can lead to more informed implementation where needed.   At the end of this email, I have reprinted some helpful List wordings for Race Relations, Humanity, and also Nuclear Energy.

Summer Beaches

Personally this summer started out wonderfully, with the discovery of a new swimming hole up in the local mountains.  The first pictures is from that beach.  Many fun days have been spent there, with a healthy, 20 minute walk in, and then a gradual, sweet entry into the water on smooth, flat lava stone.  This was very reminiscent of swimming on my favorite beach in Naramata, on the Okanagan Lake where I grew up.  This lake, named Howard Prairie Lake, is mostly clear and warmed by the sun, barely populated, and with only rare visits by pelicans, eagles, families of deer and the occasional bumble bee!  (I just love this picture of this bee, and I had to put him in!)

Bee PCP Trail 2017 ResizedSmoke and fires have started up now, though, and while I am reminiscent of how smudging smokes from fires are protective, I look forward to clear skies and breathing clean air again.

World Events

Certainly world events have become a concern, too, and I have felt this quite strongly.  Yes, I admit, I have made sure I have a good supply of Potassium Iodide on hand.  I remember buying a supply of this product when Fukushima happened, and when I relocated this supply, I also found instructions about how you can take up to 130 mgs a day, to protect the thyroid from radiation.  I have found out too that more can be purchased locally at health food stores and Army and Navy supply stores.  Sigh.  We don’t like to think about these things, but I think it is wise to be prepared.  Other helpful tips can be found in this previous post about Fukushima, and here is the link to it.

https://therealitydynamicslist.com/better-world/japan-list-wordings-health-tips-visualization-2/

Solar Eclipse

On a lighter note, the solar eclipse here in Oregon was a wonderful event.  Having procured the appropriate glasses, my husband and I enjoyed the beautiful eclipse from high up on Mount Ashland, with other happy revelers, and then we shared a wonderful lunch at Callahan’s Restaurant close by.  From what I have been reading from Astrologers, this event is significant in terms of new learning.  While I haven’t quite figured it all out, I was pleased to note how everyone felt a sense of awe and appreciation at nature’s beauty.  I hope and dream that this sense of awe and appreciation will continue, towards all aspects of nature, and also towards each other.

Solar Eclipse 2017 M & J

An Upcoming List Class, Sept. 12-Oct. 24 at OLLI at SOU

For my part, in terms of beautifying the world, I continue to offer The List or Reality Dynamics Class, in the hopes that people can improve their lives and the world around them.  This fall I am offering a List Class at Southern Oregon University’s OLLI program.  OLLI stands for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, which I believe is similar to a Continuing Education Program often held at Colleges and Universities.  If you live in the Ashland area and you know someone who would be interested in attending, please call OLLI at 541-552-6048 to register.  They would need to become a member, for a fee of $125.00, which entitles you to take many other interesting OLLI courses throughout the year.  I am selling the List book separately, for $40, and purchase of the book is optional.  While most members are 55 years of age and older, younger people can become members and attend classes.  This class begins Sept. 12 and runs to Oct. 24.  The days and hours are seven Tuesdays from 11:00 to 12:30.  Also, if your area has Continuing Education Programs at local Colleges and Universities, and you are interested in seeing the List taught there, please contact me.

Helpful List Wordings

Searching through previous posts, I found wordings that fit race relations and humanity’s “oneness” and commonality.  I also created a new wording about nuclear energy.  Here they are below.

“…having the best possible resolution to race relations in the United States of America, easily and comfortably….”

“…having humanity have the best possible common values, easily….”

“…having humanity know and share their best possible common values, easily….”

“…having human beings love and accept each other, on any level, easily….”

“…having humanity function from its highest consciousness, functioning with truth, wisdom and knowledge, on any level, easily….”

“…having any of the nuclear energy on the Earth safe and secure at all times for any living beings on the Earth and the Earth itself, functioning in the best possible form and manner, to the mutual benefit of all, easily….”

My best to you all, and I hope to see and hear from you very soon. I hope you enjoy the beauty of these wild flowers, now in bloom along the Pacific Crest Trail up at Mt. Ashland.

Wild Flowers Mt Ashland 2017Lots of Love, Light and Laughter,

Marnie Hancock

Positive Words Blossom Like Spring Flowers & Summer Magic

Spring has turned to Summer, and the Post that I was planning for Spring, “Positive Words Blossom Like Spring Flowers,” is no longer current! I would like to share with you these beautiful spring pictures from Lithia Park here in Ashland, Oregon, though, along with a “list” of wonderfully positive wordings we generated at one of our recent List Gatherings.

Lithia Park Ashland OR Multicolored Rhododendrons Spring 2015
“How would you like to describe yourself?” a List Alumni asked.

These were the answers we generated.

“Healthy, strong, physically fit, independent, content, empowering, intelligent, happy, genuine, fun, authentic, wise, a leader, knowledgeable, master, kind, glorious, honourable, ethical, discerning, honest, truthful, accepting, gracious, generous, credible, effective, competent, peaceful, talented, confident, glorious, and beautiful.”

I encourage everyone to choose the words they love from the “list” above, and add them separately to their Lists in the following List statement frame.

“I am knowing and experiencing myself as__________, easily, and in a healthy and positive way.”

Summer Magic!

I can’t believe summer is almost over! Speaking of magic and imagination, I thought I’d share of few of my summer’s favorite photos. Tell me that miracles can’t happen!  After a wonderful day hiking with my husband at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, we stopped at a bridge looking over the headwaters of the Rogue River.  Look what appeared in the sky!

Unicorns at Rogue River Farewell Bend Oregon

Although I continue to believe that miracles and magic are much more likely when you have a List and when you keep it current!

I am planning a List Class soon in the Ashland area, so please contact me if you know of someone who is interested in attending the class.

FYI, this fall’s Mercury Retrograde is from Sept. 17 to Oct. 9, 2015.

Don’t be afraid, like this tree we saw at Jedidiah Smith State Park this summer!  Fears can be turned to magic and calm with one simple List wording!  The I Want to the I Am process eliminates the limiting beliefs that are causing the fear in the first place!

A Scared Tree in Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park Oregon

The List Class will be either before Sept. 17, or just after Oct. 9.  Please encourage your friends and family to attend, and consider reattending for half price.

Also, please be in touch if you need some help with a reading and your List. “List Readings” are the ones that I prefer to give, rather than those predicting the future; because I believe that we can and do create our own reality.  I can give intuitive insights, however, to help you get “unstuck,” and provide helpful List wordings to get your life flowing in a positive direction again, and thus help you to experience your own Paradise on Earth.

Here is one of my final, favorite photos from this summer, at Secret, Paradise Cove on the Oregon Coast.  Enjoy!

Secret or Paradise Cove the Oregon Coast

Gratefully, and with Lots of Love, Light & Laughter,
Marnie Hancock

Manifesting Your Hearts Desires! Maureen’s Video List Testimonial.

We hope you enjoy this wonderful video List testimonial from Maureen MacDonald, an eight year List Alumni.  Maureen and I met yesterday to help Maureen update her List.  Please feel free to share this post and video with your friends!

Maureen has just returned from a four month cruise around the world.  This is just one of the miraculous successes that Maureen credits to her List.  Thank you Maureen!

List Update Class Sun.  Come Sun., 1:30, N. Van!

More wonderful news to share!  This Sun., come and update or learn about the List with Marnie and Silvia in North Vancouver.  We will be meeting at TAO Organics restaurant from 1:30-3:30ish, at 120-260 West Esplanade, in the inner courtyard.  (Please park and find your way into the inner courtyard.)

Marnie and Silvia will be giving a brief overview of List Techniques and help List Alumni & friends with related techniques.  Come, share what’s working on your List, do some List review & updates, and bring a friend!  (Remember to bring your List!)

By the way, the fare at TAO is raw organic.   Here is a link to their delicious menu!

http://taoorganics.com/menu/  You will be able to buy your own late lunch and treats here (they do have coffee), update your List with friends, and review and learn a List technique or two!

This event is by a suggested donation of $10. Silvia and Marnie look forward to seeing you there!