Blog: August 2019.

Ingathering: A Time to Harvest and Give Thanks

Ingathering: A Time to Harvest and Give Thanks

It’s been more than twenty-two years since we taught our first Acutonics classes at the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, classes that included many of today’s Acutonics senior faculty including frequent newsletter contributors Paul and Jude Ponton and Judy Bernard. From the beginning, we’ve worked to foster a sense of community and to empower others to bring the Acutonics teachings out into the world. Our teachers span the globe, and our students represent many nations. There are many challenges, learning opportunities and inherent risks and losses in sustaining and growing a business for more than twenty-years. We couldn’t do it without the exceptional faculty and practitioners who have grown with us, learned with us, and experienced our growing pains, and to each of you we give our thanks.

Labyrinths of Life - August 2019

Labyrinths of Life - August 2019

The importance of consciousness is so great that one cannot help suspecting the element of meaning to be concealed somewhere within all the monstrous, apparently senseless biological turmoil…” C.G. Jung