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ca_coast.jpg Holographic repatterning of California's energy grids  

FREE Teleconference : California Mission Chain--the El Camino Real  

For a free recording of this first session, click here

The state of California has long been considered on the cutting edge of innovation and avante guard style. It is known for its pioneering spirit, and its creativity. It is a state of magnificent natural beauty, from the Redwood forests, to Yosemite, to the beautiful beaches.  Blessed with resources, and with a culture of diversity and one which fosters creativity, California has truely lived up to its name, "the golden state." Its gross national product qualifies itself as a country!  As goes California, so goes the nation in many regards.

However, due to current economic situations, California has been very hard hit, and on a number of fronts. The housing market contributing to nearly 40% off all jobs, and tourism contributing to the second largest amount, the economic downturn has left California struggling to stay alive. This has caused a spiraling downward cycle of mass fear, unrest, budget cuts, and add to that the dispute over gay marriage rights...these tensions are energetically stored in the grid lines and sacred power points of the land. When these energies overload the capacity of Nature to transmute them, "Earth Changes" normally are the result: fires, earthquakes, droughts, violent storms and more. Groups have been working on balancing the energies of the San Andreas fault for more than 10 years, seeing a big reduction in the intensity and number of earthquakes along that fault since that time. Earthquakes which have occured have either been in outlying areas such as the desert, or have produced little damage or injury, despite their magnitude. This is beginning to shift. Over the past two months, there has been a build up of earthquake activity in in all parts of California.

Given what I"ve seen over the past 12 years in working with repatterning the holographic matrix of the land: lower pollution, lower crime, less earthquakes, balanced weather, I cannot stand by while my home state is struggling. Unfortunately, I've found that to work in such a way, on patterns which affect a large section of society or whole communities, is group work, it is not something which can be done effectively alone.

When I asked inwardly "what can be done?" the answer I was shown was to offer a teleconference series for those who are interested in working with repatterning the holographic matrix of California as a project over a period of five weeks.  Each session has its own theme. There is a free introductory session on the El Camino Real, and the California Mission Chain.

This is a great opportunity to learn how to work with shifting the matrix of whole macro systems, while helping a struggling state in the process. Each class will have short reading and YouTube links to help deepen understanding.

Themes for each teleclass:   

* California Missions (El Camino Real--activate the state's kundalini path) 

FREE Introductory Session **Available to download for free**

session one:  State Park system (threatened to be closed, contains the majority of the state's power points ) 

session two: Sacramento (heart of the gold rush and seat of governmental decisions) 

session three: Silicon Valley* (hub of computer industry, and also world headquarters of Rosicrucian society) 

session four: (Center of the entertainment industry and major communications hub) 

Pay only $75 for the full series (over 8 hours in all). 

If you are interested in helping shift the holographic matrix for the Golden State, please register for you course option below.

What others have Said:
Dear Christan:
I just wanted to express my deep gratitude to you for your guidance and foresight on these healing sessions for California.
I have come to think of "her"  - California - in a way I have never given thought to before.  I feel her vitality and vulnerability and I want to protect her and nourish her as I would a loved one.  Thank you for making her come alive for me.
Christan - Thank you so much for the powerful series.  I truly enjoyed it and learned a ton!   
~Nicole, Pleasanton, CA

Thanks again for the wonderful group!  It was so interesting and energy filled and it's always great to help the earth and ourselves.  CA was the perfect choice!  Your knowledge
and keen intuition is quite amazing. I love how you love your work.
~ Andrea, Santa Rosa, CA

Consider some of the recent news regarding california's current situation:

castateparks.gif STATE PARKS house most of the power points for the state! To close these,means not only a loss of revenue for the state,  (eliminating all funding for state parks could actually result in the state losing over $350 million dollars in revenue) and at a time when most parks enjoy their highest amount of visitors, but also it leaves in a state of neglect and disrepair the vast majority of power points within the state at a time when they are needing to be vital and cared for most!

State parks funding slashed: We have just learned the details of Governor Schwarzenegger's budget plan that if approved will close at least 80% of California's entire state park system. Beginning July 1st, the Governor will cut the parks core funding in half and then eliminate all core funding in twelve months.  Without this money, there will be no choice but to close the majority of our park system.

FACT:    The General Fund budget that state parks receive account for less than 1/10 of one percent of the entire state budget. 

FACT:   Last year alone, there were over 80 million visitors to state parks – and all indications are that this year was going to be even higher.

FACT:    For every dollar that funds the parks, $2.35 is returned to the state's General Fund through economic activities in the communities surrounding the parks.

That means eliminating all funding for state parks could actually result in the state losing over $350 million dollars in revenue. 


UPDATE!! Since the teleconference session working with the State Park system, the CA legislature passed a budget and has saved much of the park system from closure!!


Jun 20, 2009 04:30 AM, BUSINESS COLUMNIST

"Our wallet is empty, our bank is closed, and our credit is dried up," Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger told a rare joint session of the California legislature early this month. "People are writing California off. They are talking about the end of the California dream."

California, home to 38 million people, or 13 per cent of Americans, faces a stunning $24.3 billion (U.S.) budget shortfall. The state controller, John Chiang, warned last week that California is "less than 50 days away from a meltdown in the state government."

The Golden State will run out of cash to pay its bills by the end of July.

With a GDP of $1.8 trillion, California's economy is the size of Brazil's. California is still home to Silicon Valley and Hollywood, still boasts the second-largest U.S. defence industry and third-largest oil business, still ranks first among farm states.  

The Southern California median home price last month was $249,000, down 51% from May 2007, 
Orange County alone will shed 46,000 jobs in 2009

That's because the Golden State is in its deepest and most profound recession since the Great Depression, dragged down by sluggish construction activity in both the residential and nonresidential markets.

The quarterly Anderson Forecast from the University of California, Los Angeles predicted that 60,000 government positions would be eliminated as lawmakers try to reduce the state's $24.3 billion deficit, making tepid growth likely until early 2011. 

Dollar falls against most major currencies
Updated June 20, 2009 08:08 AM
NEW YORK (Xinhua) -- The dollar fell against most major currencies on Friday after a major rating agency warned that it may cut credit rating of California.

The state, which is responsible for 13 percent of the U.S. GDP, is facing a possible "multi-notch" downgrade if its legislature fails to act quickly to produce a budget, Moody's Investors Service warned on Friday. 
California's current credit rating with Moody's is A2, the sixth-highest investment grade in Moody’s rating system and only four steps above junk territory. It makes California the lowest rated of the 50 U.S. states.

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