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December 31, 2008

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Uku

Gassho!

With palms together,
Uku

Tess

What wonderful teachers to shine a light on our path through 2009.

molly

What beautiful words to take into the new year. Thanks for sharing them. And a very Happy New Year to you, Barry.
Peace,
Molly

Jordan


Thank you for your efforts this year!
Best wishes for the next!

Jordan

Uku

Happy this year 2009, Barry! Thank you for your practice and efforts. May year 2009 be just like it should be.

With palms together,
Uku

Barry Briggs

Thank you, Uku, Tess, Molly, and Jordan!

Astrid Lee Reiki Master Teacher

Wow. That is just PERFECT.
I've just written a blog article on various people's encounters with Jesus, and well, I'm a Buddhist. Therefore, your post could not be any better.

What are your new year resolutions???

Wanna share them on my forum with the others talking about a "New You". I would love it if you were to a) write us about the above and post your personal thoughts, if you are interested in sharing, that is.

http://www.therapeuticreiki.com/forum

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