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Int’l Women’s Day, Sedona’s Grandmother’s Council & List Class Vancouver

List Class Vancouver

This month I will be travelling to North Vancouver, BC, and I will be holding a List Class during the last two weeks of March. Please stay tuned for details.

International Woman’s Day & The List

March 8th is International Woman’s Day, and it comes to mind for me how helpful the List is for Women. While the List is beneficial for both women and men, the List has a way to empower women even beyond our current comprehension.

“No matter how I look at it, a woman needs a man’s protection,” Jann Timmreck told me, in one of our last meetings together. Then she looked closely at me, and added, “But you don’t Marnie. There are very few women who get to this point.” (Not that I don’t appreciate men: my husband protects me all the time, and on all levels.)

I asked her to explain, but I thought I already knew the answer. –Months and months of Good/Bads, on many of the emotional issues that women have today: “guilt, worry, a lack of confidence,” etc., were all words that each month I would do one Good/Bad on, hoping to change my powerless reality to an empowered one.

Essentially, that day, she told me I had.

It may also have been at this meeting when she told me, “You are safe Marnie.” Years and years of carrying my keys in my hand, when going to a parking lot or for a run, ready to defend myself at the drop of a hat, suddenly seemed obsolete. “What, I am safe?”

Yes, after the substrata of disbelief melted away, I realized it was true.

Then she explained, “Men usually set a structure for women. But the List empowers women to set this structure for themselves.” She added, “The relationship between men and women has become so out of balance on this Earth, that the List was brought here to fix that.”

One of the largest issues in my life was “failure:” failure in my work, in my relationships, with money, etc.: issues that are all common and detrimental to women. And each time I “failed,” I had to go running back to my brothers for protection, because their “structure” was so strong.

But when I found the List, this all began to change. I remember one of the first most powerful wordings I added to my List:

“I am employed by the Burnaby School District as long as I want and choose….” This helped to take care of the financial crisis I was in, getting my job back with Burnaby that year, and soon afterwards I received a continuing contract.

Over and over again, I have heard how the List has empowered women. Women being afraid of asking for divorce, were easily given one: women who were afraid to leave abusive relationships because of financial hardship, were suddenly given everything they needed to move out: essentially, women who felt powerless before, were suddenly empowered: empowered to stand on their own, and to be “safe and secure at all times, and on any level….”

Can you imagine what would happen if women in Africa had the List? Or women in India, or in China? These powerful women, standing up for their rights! Can you imagine the prosperity the world and these women would experience?

Speaking of women standing up: I finally want to share with you what happened when I went to the Grandmother’s Council in Sedona, Arizona. Believe it or not, this does relate.

Sedona Grandmother’s Council, 2009

Imagine my surprise, when on my first day in Sedona I was driving my rental car out into the desert, trying to find where the Council was being held, and I see this huge white statue of a woman looming in the distance; standing even taller that the cross on the top of the three story church beside her.

Sedona Goddess

“Turn right at the church,” they had told me. –They didn’t mention the statue, I thought to myself. –But then I realized, that was because, on this day, they were “erecting” her.

Now, imagine this statue, for a moment, headless. Because that was the way she appeared, that first morning when I drove by. (I so regret not stopping and taking that picture.)

Because when I drove out that evening, she had a head.

–This gets even more interesting.

The conference lasted for three days, and each day I drove by this beautiful statue. On the third day, as I was leaving, I noticed that this woman’s hair had been painted a beautiful metallic gold.

Woman With The Yellow Hair

“The Woman with the Yellow Hair;” that phrase kept running through my consciousness. –I myself couldn’t believe it. There she was, standing three stories high, and being erected on the third day of my second Grandmother’s Council.

My whole reason for attending the Grandmother’s Council was to promote and share The List. I had long ago been told that Jann was once identified as “The Woman with the Yellow Hair.”  She had been made an honorary member of a Cherokee tribe, and was given this title, because of her work with The List. Long story short, I actually learned at this council, this title is an alternate for “White Buffalo Calf Woman,” the woman who brought many sacred ceremonies to the aboriginal people, many years ago. In some circles, it was foretold that she would return, bringing healing once again to the people of the Earth.

All this true or not, the existence of this feminine statue alone was epic. Statues reflect consciousness, and the existence of this statue represented the elevation of the feminine in our society, and to an equal and iconic level.

On this day, International Women’s Day, I celebrate Women’s Equality by sharing my stories with you.

On this day, I celebrate The List and it’s role in the return of women’s equality on the levels of women’s empowerment and safety on this Earth.

Thank you for listening.

Love, Light & Laughter,

Marnie Hancock.

The List & Paradise on Earth

Recently I have been wondering, what can I suggest as List wordings in these times?  There seem to be so many crises going on in the world, and even though I feel personally empowered by my List, it is difficult not to be discouraged when looking at the global scene.

Suddenly, however, an idea popped into my head.  “Rename the Earth!”  What?  At first the idea didn’t make sense.  But when the idea turned into, “Rename the Earth Paradise,” the reasons became clearer.  Certainly this is what we all want, Paradise on Earth.  This may mean different things to different people, but I think generally we all want to be surrounded by and enjoy the delights of this beautiful, natural world, and to live in happiness and at peace with one another.

Secret, Paradise Cove The Oregon Coast 2014
Secret, Paradise Cove The Oregon Coast 2014

The images for this article are from my own Paradise on Earth, Paradise Cove, also known as Secret Cove.  This beach is a secret sunning spot known mostly to locals on the Oregon Coast.  I travel to this cove regularly, to enjoy the beautiful waterfalls and ocean water, the majestic rocks, and the wonderful wild life that shows up greet me (the seals above, and more images further on.)  Here, people are so happy to be surrounded by this beauty, that they smile and greet each other easily, and everyone has a wonderful time.

List Tips

The more I thought about it, the more I realized, renaming the Earth Paradise fits with one of the most basic List instructions:

·         go for the end result of what you want, and don’t get stuck in a means to an end.

Here then are the wordings I suggest for our Lists.

… seeing, knowing and experiencing this planet Earth as Paradise, easily, enjoyably and comfortably….

… having the planet Earth named and known as Paradise, easily, enjoyably and comfortably….

Who knows what this will get us!  Let’s watch for the delights!

These Times & Paradise on Earth

I would like to write a bit more about my own personal experiences with Paradise on Earth and these times below.  These times have been getting a lot of attention, with many ancient prophesies seen as coming true.  I remember a whole series on the History Channel, addressing all of these prophesies, from the Hopi, to Christian Revelations, to the prophesies of Nostradamus.

The Metaphysical Community’s Perspective

One prophesy that I have been hearing a lot of lately is one from the metaphysical community.  This prophesy is that in these times, we all have the ability to experience Paradise on Earth, but for those people not living a more spiritual life, their lives will be more difficult.  Those who need to learn this but don’t, will experience a death or challenge of some sort. Too, we may all experience some sort of “ending,” before the New Age or Paradise can manifest.

One of the aboriginal more well-known signs that this time of prophesy and rectification is here was the birth of the White Buffalo Calf.  Further to this, one of the current spiritual teachers for the Lakota Sioux say that all animals will eventually show their true natures, being born white, further signifying the importance of these times.  He adds, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.”

I would like to tell you about a recent experience that perhaps reflects these aboriginal prophesies.

Back to Paradise Cove

Clifford Camp Campground, Northern California
Clifford Camp Campground, Northern California

One day several months ago, my husband and I made our seasonal journey to the Oregon Coast.  We stopped at several beaches along the way to our final destination, Paradise & Secret Cove.  Popping out from the Redwoods onto the Coast, our first stop was at Clifford Camp, a small but beautiful campground in Northern California.  We raced down to the shoreline, and enjoyed the beautiful waves washing up on the shore.  Soon into our stroll, though, we spied a brown, furry seal, trying to make his way down to the ocean.  This was so unusual, because usually we see them playing and fishing in the waters, rather than stranded up on the shore.  My husband commented, “He looks pretty beat up.”  We decided not to get too close and disturb him, and we turned around and went our own way.  I visualized sending the seal a nice golden ring, hoping this would help him; and, as Jann Timmreck used to teach, help the whole species of seals.

Our next stop was Paradise or Secret Cove.  Down the trail and rocks we scrambled, walking beside beautiful waterfalls, and arriving beside a beautiful creek and sandy shore.  After an hour or so of lounging in the sun and discovering paths over to even more beaches, we returned to our creek to lie down.  Suddenly, looking closer in the creek’s water, I noticed another beautiful seal; but this time, this seal was dead.  His neck was bent back, and he lay pushed up against one of the sandy banks, half in the stream that washed by.  I was shocked.  –This was twice in one day that we had seen seals in distress, and we had never seen this before on the coast.  By then I realized that I was very likely being given a message, from the universe or the seals themselves.  This, too, is an aboriginal teaching.  I made a note to myself, to watch for the third occurrence of finding seals in our vicinity, the details of which might help me understand the meaning of their distress.

Secret, Paradise Cove, The Oregon Coast
Secret, Paradise Cove, The Oregon Coast

After getting over the initial shock, I was encouraged then to see several of our seal friends swimming out in the bay, their heads popping up, looking at us curiously, as they took a short break from their fishing adventures.  I remember thinking, OK, then maybe it’s not that serious.  Maybe it was just an unusually high tide or rough sea, which happens sometimes, which threw the seals around and against the rocks.

–I had even almost forgotten completely about the incident, when my husband and I began our usual ascent up the steep cliffs.  Suddenly he said, “What’s that over there?”  It took me a while to see what he was gesturing to, but my eyes soon took in a beautiful, delightful sight.  There on the rocks below, one small cove over, lay a beautiful, whitish seal, with her lovely white pup seal lying beside her.  He poked his small head over her back, she looked towards us, and the pup lifted up its tail, seeming to wave.

IMG_0311 White Seals Original Cropped Resized
White Seals, Secret, Paradise Cove, The Oregon Coast

In that moment, I knew we had had a very special day.  All in one day, we had seen suffering, death, life and rebirth.  Too, we had seen this rebirth in the form of white seals, this being very unusual and very significant to the aboriginal prophesies of the day.  White to the aboriginal people signifies spirituality emerging on the planet, something I believe we all hope for.

Later, I read that seals have been suffering from some unknown malady, their populations dying off to a very high extent. What is causing this, is only due to speculation: a virus caused by warmer water temperatures, or simply a natural cycle.  In my New Year’s Article of 2013, I suggested several general wordings about the health of the water, air and land.  Here is a link to that article, if you would like to add these wordings to your  List.  If you want to be more specific, you can add a statement for animals or seals themselves.


Whatever the cause, I enjoyed my encounters at my Secret, Paradise Cove, and I wanted to share this beauty with you.  I was encouraged by the seal mother and her pup.  Perhaps they were a sign of better times ahead.  Certainly, the seals in this location seem happier and to have increased in abundance, this final photo coming from a more recent trip to Paradise & Secret Cove.

Many Seals At Secret, Paradise Cove, The Oregon Coast
Many Seals At Secret, Paradise Cove, The Oregon Coast

To Paradise on Earth!

Love & Light,

Marnie Hancock.

Anti-Bullying Programs In Schools: A 25 Year Teacher’s Perspective, Part 1.

A Four-Part Article About Solutions To Bullying,

By Marnie Hancock, B.Ed, Author, Teacher, Consultant

A Personal Note From The Author:

As many of you know, I recently returned to teaching part-time in the Public Education System.  What you may not know, however, is that within this system I have had a long history with Anti-Bullying Programs.  In a way, my interest in The List, aka Reality Dynamics, is due in part to this interest.  Essentially, the List is all about personal empowerment and safety, which is the direct opposite of what people experience in Bullying scenarios.  My recent return to teaching was so inspiring, largely because of the great progress in Anti-Bullying Programs that I experienced at the stellar school where I was teaching.  So often successes in the Public Education System go uncelebrated, and so my goal is to do just that.  Too, my goal is also to assist with the problems of cyber bullying and the resultant teen suicides.  Only very briefly do I touch on The List Program, although I believe that The List process would be a valuable addition to any Anti-Bullying Program.  Read on, and I hope you enjoy this unique and experienced window into the evolution of Anti-Bullying Programs in the Public Education System today.

Because of the extensive content and depth of this subject, I have divided this article into four parts.  I hope you enjoy reading this article, as I share further aspects of this topic with you over the next several months.

Part 1.  Anti-Bullying Programs Today & Yesterday: Emotional & Cyber Bullying & Teen Suicide

Finding new solutions to cyber bullying and resulting increased teen suicides was Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s appeal on Global News in May of 2013.  He asked that all Canadians need work together to find solutions to this new and challenging situation.  As a 25 year Public Education Teacher, I would like to respond to Stephen Harper’s call, and I would like to share the many successful Anti-Bullying Strategies that I have learned over my 25 year teaching career.  Essentially, I have closely researched and utilized Anti-Bullying Programs since their inception, almost 25 years ago.

At the risk of sounding like a “know it all,” receiving teachers were often impressed at how well my students learned, often being able to read, write and complete Math activities well beyond their grade level.  My students were happy, too, having fun at school.  Essentially, I found that the benefits of addressing Bullying in my classroom were immense.  When children felt safe, their potential for learning was infinite.

From my experience, however, not everyone in the Public Education System has made Anti-Bullying a priority.  While there have been some good reasons for this, with the added and exponential influence of technology, and the resulting teen suicides, I believe we cannot wait any longer.  All of us need to learn about and address Bullying now, for the benefit of our children and society.

To this end, and from first-hand experience, I will share with you every aspect of Anti-Bullying Programs that I have learned, from 25 years ago up until today.

In particular, this spring, I had the honor and privilege of teaching with a very fine group of professionals, at a well-established B.C. Lower Mainland school.  This brilliant group of professionals did make Anti-Bullying a priority; and I wanted to share this valuable experience with you.

After a 15 year hiatus from teaching on contract, this spring I ventured into teaching three days a week as a French Immersion Kindergarten Teacher.  When I arrived at this wonderful school, much to my surprise, these professionals were just starting to implement their yearly Anti-Bullying Program.

At my first of two  monthly staff meetings, the School Counselor got up to tell us about the school’s upcoming Pink T-Shirt Day, a National Anti-Bullying Week activity that he and his Anti-Bullying Committee were organizing for the whole school.

Secretly I thought to myself, “What, did I actually end up at a school where Anti-Bullying is made a priority?”  From my previous 25 years in the teaching profession, with 15 years as a teacher on contract and 10 years as a teacher on call, I must admit, this had often not been the case.  Here and now, at this school, I was about to see a new Anti-Bullying Program implemented first hand, and expertly.

To set the stage, though, I want to share with you my earlier teaching experiences with Anti-Bullying Programs.

Anti-Bullying Programs of Yesteryear

25 years ago, Anti-Bullying Programs were just starting out in Lower Mainland Schools.  At that time, I felt a strong need to have effective strategies to prevent Bullying in my classroom.

I was teaching Grades K-3, and  I had heard rumors that one of our district’s principals was implementing the first Anti-Bullying Program at his school.  So, after school one day I made an appointment with him, and he offered me his Anti-Bullying file.

I remember being a bit shocked when I first saw it: a large file, brimming over with loose papers, with some printed and many hand-written notes.  I remember asking him where the program came from, and I believe he replied that the program came from an introductory workshop made at a Principal’s Meeting.  Now, this principal tells me he remembers this first program was called, “Bully Beware.”

Despite my hesitation over the informality of this file, though, I rifled through it, and I copied everything that seemed relevant.  I then took it back to our school.  At our next Staff Meeting, I proposed that we implement the program.

After the usual discussion at our Staff Meeting, however, the principal that I was working with at the time recommended that we do not implement the program.  Needless to say, I was disappointed.  To his credit, though, he had a number of good reasons.  First, he felt it was more important to implement the new Social Skills Program that our district had just purchased for all of our schools, called The Second Step Program.  Especially, he wanted us to teach the Problem Solving Unit within that program.

He knew more about the first Anti-Bullying Program than I’d thought, informing us that learning Problem Solving Skills was an important part of the new Anti-Bullying Program.  When teaching this Unit, I learned that this principal was right.  Basically, the unit taught conflict resolutions skills, and especially how to be assertive in any situation.  This is a key and effective strategy in Anti-Bullying Programs today.

Next, our principal shared that there were really very few resources included in this new Anti-Bullying Program.  That, I could to attest to, having seen the original file.

Third, he added that even those people implementing the program had found that incidences of Bullying even increased when implementing this program.  As a principal, and often being the final recipient of challenging behavior at school, he was moving forward cautiously.   I respected this, and so I let it go.

Secretly to myself though, I thought, I think I know why this program actually increases bullying.  When I was looking through this program, even in its beginning stages, I was quite concerned with its emphasis on so many negative wordings and images.  I knew from my own lay psychological studies that negative words, especially when repeated, often created the reality that the words described.  As I looked through the program, I saw the word “Bullying” over and over again, with accompanying bullying images being viewed and drawn.  So, while the intent of the program was positive, I, too, was concerned about some of the program’s negative influences.

The lay psychological information that I had, however, was quite new information, and so I wasn’t really confident that my input would be accepted.

I had been very lucky to meet and study with one of the pioneering teachers in new thought psychologies, and her name was Jann Timmreck.  The title of her work was The List AKA Reality Dynamics.  The findings of her work, however, were not yet main stream.   So I waited for a more appropriate time to share them; and I continued to research and develop the education system’s and my own Anti-Bullying Strategies.

Emotional Bullying Identified

One of the very positive and important points that I remember from this first Anti-Bullying program, however, was that Emotional Bullying was for the first time clearly identified.  Emotional Bullying included activities such as teasing, taunting, name calling, exclusion, and not respecting another person’s space.  Physical Bullying, such as hitting in all of its various forms, was really more obvious.  For the most part, it had long been identified and dealt with.  But the emphasis on Emotional Bullying was new; and I felt, long overdue.

Emotional Bullying, at least at my grade level, was a really big issue.  As a classroom teacher, I felt I was dealing with this type of Bullying at least several times a day, and every day.  Complaints such as, “Johnny called me stupid!”  “Sally laughed at my coat!” and “Frank budged!” were all very common in my Primary Classroom.  (Please note that throughout this article the identities have been changed to protect the very innocent!)  Usually the incident would have happened outside, on the playground or before school, and it was brought into the classroom when I opened that door.

While these problems may on the surface seem innocent and trite, to young students they are very important.  To a teacher, trying to deal with the emotions involved is both complex and time-consuming; but the fallout from not dealing with these problems can be even more challenging.  From my experience, unresolved emotional bullying leads to even more serious conflicts, and even more disruptions and thus lost learning time in the classroom.

In those earlier years, when asking for assistance as how to deal with Emotional Bullying, I often found that it was just “glossed over,” by teachers, administrators and parents alike.  Comments such as, “Tell the Supervisor,” “That’s an outside problem, not an inside one,” and “Tough it out,” easily dismissed the need for adult intervention.

What the first Anti-Bullying program did, however, was to start to shine the light on what exactly Emotional Bullying was, and eventually how important it was to deal with it.  The principal I was working with at the time asked us all to be more aware of this type of bullying, and in the future to treat it just as seriously as Physical Bullying.

Emotional Bullying at the Root of Teen Suicides

Overall, I now believe that this type of Bullying, Emotional Bullying, added to the exponential influence of our cyber world, is very much at the root of teen suicides.  Now especially, we need to learn strategies to deal with Emotional Bullying, just as much as Physical Bullying.

Granted, one of the simple reasons why Emotional Bullying is often glossed over in schools is that Emotional Bullying usually takes place in areas where adults are not.  As I touched on earlier, Bullying often takes place in “hidden places:” on the school playgrounds, during recess and lunch, in cloakrooms, or before and after school.  Essentially, Emotional Bullying takes place where students are not as closely supervised by an adult, and where they are left to interact with their own young and “burgeoning” social skills.

With a mandate for teachers to teach Reading, Writing and Math, and any number of new programs, in the past addressing Bullying has taken more of a side note.  Too, Problem Solving due to any type of Bullying can often take a lot of time to work out, and effective Problem Solving takes special knowledge and skills.  Hurt feelings are often caused unintentionally with younger children; but if you choose to problem solve about them, you need to take the time to talk with the students involved, and to carefully move the situation to final resolution.  All the while, too, you are supposed to be teaching 20 to 30 other students!  For myself, it took me almost half of my career to learn effective strategies to facilitate Problem Solving, especially in Emotional Bullying scenarios.  I will share the basics of these strategies further in other parts of this article.

Teen Suicides in BC

Continuing with my history with past Anti-Bullying Programs, fast forward to about three years ago, when many aboriginal teenagers had committed suicide in the Lake Cowichan area on Vancouver Island.  Then, the local RCMP and the Aboriginal Community were reaching out for help, just as Stephen Harper is doing now.  At the time, I had stopped teaching on contract, and I had long moved into substitute teaching.  I did this because I needed time to teach the lay psychological program I mentioned earlier, which explained why the anti-bullying program had inherent difficulties.  By this time, I was the co-author of the book, The List AKA Reality Dynamics, and I had moved into speaking about and teaching the program to churches, colleges and local societies.

I felt that The List Program had much to offer to the Cowichan teen suicide crisis, and I wanted to share the additional Anti-Bullying strategies that I had learned in my teaching career.  Essentially, The List Program helps to create much more safety for children, and much more prosperity and happiness for their families.  Being very effective, The List can also help parents to have more control over what happens in their children’s lives, in terms of who their children’s friends are, their children’s success at school, and the direction of their children’s future.  But after many calls, there seemed to be no way in.  Most everyone I could get through to did not even return my calls.

Finally, I even contacted the original principal who had implemented that very first Anti-Bullying Program in my district, 25 years ago.  When I reached him, this principal had been promoted to Director of Instruction in a different Lower Mainland School District.  (Someone was listening!)  He informed me, however, that he was no longer directly involved in Anti-Bullying Programs.  He did mention, though, that the BC Ministry of Education was now involved, under the Department of Safer Schools.  He added that this Department would be coming out soon with a new Anti-Bullying Program, titled E.R.A.S.E. Bullying (Expect Respect and A Safe Education.) 

So, even though he was no longer as directly involved, he was still “on the pulse.”  I was disappointed that I couldn’t find a way in to assist in Lake Cowichan.  I was also disappointed that this principal (I thought) was no longer involved in working with the program.  But I was relieved that the Ministry was going to make Anti-Bullying a priority.  I looked forward to seeing their new program, and I continued with substitute teaching and teaching my own prosperity and even Anti-Bullying Program, the List, AKA Reality Dynamics.

In further parts of this article, learn more about E.R.A.S.E. Bullying (Expect Respect and A Safe Education), Behavior Management Strategies, Peer Mediation, and much, much more.


The List and Relationships

Valentine’s Day “List Love” News: Questers Talk

List Love!Yuko's "List Love" Testimonial

Hello everyone!  Feb. 14 was a “golden success,” with many people attending Questers on Tues., Feb. 14. They heard about “List Love” and much, much more.

The symbol of The Rose represented the main theme of the evening, answering the question,“In life and love, how does one go from the beautiful but closed up rosebud, to being an abundant and fully blossomed rose?” The answer presented was The List, with some theory and many “List Love” Testimonials shared.

Thank you again, Maureen and Yuko!

I also shared my own story, in the form of the new song I wrote, “The List Miracle Song.”

I look forward to sharing this song with you very soon!Maureen's List Love Testimonial

Today, though, I am happy to share several of my Valentine’s talk slides and photos with you, and an overview of the many miracles that took place that evening.

Miracles on Feb. 14th!

On Feb. 14th I tried many new things, and miraculously, everything went smoothly!

I had it on my List!  Here is the wording, in case you have a similar event coming up.

“I am having the best possible presentation about the List, or Reality Dynamics, on Tuesday, February 14, 2012, fulfilling my wants, needs and desires, easily, enjoyably and comfortably, and in healthy and positive ways.”

A Power Point First!

Tues. night was a first for me using the program Power Point.    A special thank you to Karilee Orchard, who is my computer and website miracle worker, for teaching me how to use this program!  Several of the pictures in this article are slides from this presentation.  I was so happy and grateful that this being a first, everything went so smoothly.

High Attendance

I believe there were 30-40 people in attendance!   This was a miracle in itself, considering it was Valentine’s evening!

Video Taping

Another first and a miracle for the 14th was that I had the evening videotaped (oh my God!) The videotape is being edited now, and clips from the evening will soon be posted on this site.  According to Danielle Turner, from Velvet Pumpkin Productions, we have some great video footage to share!

The Miraculous List Box!

List Box at QuestersSpeaking of sharing, another fun and “miraculous” event leading up to the event was that 2 days prior, I found this wonderful Valentine’s List Box.  Isn’t this great?  When I was at Staples looking for Valentine’s paper, I found this wonderful example of a List Box for Valentine’s, just sitting on a shelf!  Before, I was worried I couldn’t bring mine, because mine was too big!

Many people in attendance couldn’t believe that I had found this List box, and in such a timely way.  That’s when I shared how with the List, miracles just become ordinary!

Speaking of miracles being ordinary, that is title of one of the 3 songs that I sang during the evening, “Ordinary Miracle!” Other songs included “The List Miracle Song” & “The Rose.”

Miraculous Music

A special thank you to my friend Brian McGibney, who at the last moment came to assist me with the special sound set up that we needed for recording and videotaping this Valentines evening.  For me, not knowing where to put all the cords into a soundboard, or even begin to know how to mix the sound–this was another miracle!

List Consciousness Defined
Levels of Consciousness

The Miraculous List!

Not every moment of the evening was just miracles and song!  I did talk briefly about List Theory, and how when you remove the limiting beliefs in your subconscious mind, your dreams “miraculously manifest!”

I talked about how the List also helps to so smoothly integrate all three levels of consciousness.

I look forward to when I have the time to develop this particular Power Point slide into many, and this will become a List presentation that we can utilize over and over again, with many different organizations.

Please let me know if you know of any new organization that might be interested in hearing about our Miraculous List, and also co-sponsoring a List Class!

List Book Sales

Oh, and another wonderful, miraculous first!  On the 14th, I had my first List Book PayPal purchase, from an interested person in Iowa!  She was a friend of a Quester.  When she checked out our website, she decided to buy the List book!  Also on Tues. evening, many people were interested in purchasing The List Book itself.   More and more people are learning the List simply through following the List Book.  You may want to think about purchasing a List book for a friend or family member yourself, or even several!  While we eventually encourage people to attend a full List Class, learning first from a friend or family member is also very effective; especially when you lend them a hand!

The List Book Photo

All in all, Feb. 14th was a wonderful, miraculous Valentine’s evening!  Thank you to those who attended, in the physical or in spirit!  Stay tuned too for the The List Miracle Song!  I look forward to sharing it with you all very soon.

Lots of Love, Light & Laughter!

Marnie Hancock

B.Ed, Author, Singer, Consultant