Service ~ Spiritual Mentoring To Find Your Spirit Guide

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Life’s Obstacles Are NO MATCH For

A True Spirit Guide That

Solves Your Problems …

Because She Knows You.

Spirit Guides Are Among the Wisest and Most Powerful Beings in the Universe … The Big Question Is: Are You Enjoying the Benefits of Having Your Very Own Spirit Guide?

Important: Spirit guides have specialties… Like you and me.

Today marks a special turning point in the lives of countless people around the world who have discovered that spirit guides are real.  Spirit guides are brimming with wisdom from the Universe itself and because of their positive natures, are only interested in helping solve people’s problems and free them from their present limitations in life.

Spirit guides are among the wisest beings to ever walk the celestial planes… And they are ready to give you a hand!

I have helped thousands of people achieve their dreams and goals in life through traditional Japanese Reiki and other specialized therapies like meditation.

In my long practice with people from all walks of life, I have discovered that one of the most instrumental factors that help people overcome virtually any obstacle in life is the presence of a guide.

People who have a positive guiding influence in their lives recover from problems more quickly and are happier and more successfully in life as well.

Sadly, not everyone has another person to guide them during troubled times. Nine times out of ten, people feel lost and alone when it comes to solving their own problems and finding vital answers to life’s biggest curveballs.

I know this because I have been there myself.  Having more stressful questions than answers can sap a person’s energy so much that even the smallest flicker of hope can go out …

But, what if I told you that it
doesn’t have to be this way?

What if I told you that you never have to be alone again and even if you feel that the whole world is against you, there will always be someone who will stay right beside you, guiding you so you will succeed?

I am not talking about imaginary companions here… I am talking about awakening your mind’s consciousness so that you can begin to freely speak to your very own spirit guides.

Spirit guides have existed far before the birth of mankind and will continue to exist long after the last human walks the Earth.

Spirit guides are known by many names. For thousands of years, man has been aware that there are powerful beings that freely cross the cosmos and are even capable of bearing messages from the Source.

The ancient Greeks called spirit guides cosmic messengers, tasked with bearing truth and knowledge to humanity. Other cultures understand spirit guides as guardians of wisdom and of the gates of heaven and hell. Western culture knows them simply as guardian angels – beings of light and goodness.

At each turning point in human history, man has never forgotten to record the existence of spirit guides or angels. Why? The answer is simple: spirit guides continue to assist humans in their endeavors and the most receptive humans are rewarded the most.

People who know how to speak to spirit guides and ask the right questions are able to maximize their many advantages in life.

Just imagine:

  • Being able to communicate with the spirit guide or guardian guide that was with you since birth.
  • Knowing what to do when all your options have already failed.
  • Never fearing for your life or the lives of your loved ones because you can speak freely to your guiding spirit.
  • Being able to banish bad influences and negativities from your life with the help of your spirit guide.
  • Discovering alternative paths in life that will provide more happinessand more satisfaction that you can ever dream of.
  • Being able to understand yourself more deeply so you know what to do when problems arise.

Can a spirit guide help you?

Spirit guides are unique, powerful beings that freely walk the many universal planes, including the physical realm where we are. Can a spirit guide be helpful in your case? Here are a few questions to help you determine that yourself:

  • Do you want to solve current problems in your life that seem to have no solutions?
  • Do you have deep, personal questions that need answers so you would finally have peace of mind?
  • Are you a believer in the positive power of the Universe and its natural ability to change people’s lives?
  • Do you want a positive guiding influence that doesn’t ask for anything in return?
  • Are you ready for better relationships, a career that makes you happy and a generally happier life?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you will most certainly benefit from having your own spirit guide.  And “yes”, spirit guides can even protect you from harmful entities that are just waiting for the right time to cause problems in your life.

You hold in your hands the power to change your personal destiny. Your spirit guide awaits your call … and if I can be of service to facilitate that connection, contact me.

Wishing you the best days of your life, now and always,

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Rev. Dr. Lana Generao, JD, DD, PhD 18th Dan Reiki Grandmaster HPS, A&O Order of Melchizedek

Just For Today … Be A Tech Mentor To Someone Older

mentoringIf you feel comfortable with technology, ask an elder in your life if there is a technology you can help them learn. If you do not feel comfortable with technology, reach out to a loved one and give them an opportunity to share some of their knowledge with you.

Seniors who feel like today’s technology has left them in the dust are hitching a ride with a philanthropic gaggle of students who, in their spare time, are helping older generations return to the fast lane with their iPods, iPads, smart phones and computers. A group of teenagers who never knew a world before computers launched Wired for Connections/Mentor Up … designed to help senior citizens understand the basics of modern-day devices.” Incredible stories are surfacing from these interactions. For example, the teens helped a 93-year-old man contact a Jewish friend he used to protect from bullying just before World War II and enabled a 69-year-old artist to find photographs of Monet’s garden in Paris which she has dreamed of seeing all her life. Sean Butler, the 16-year-old who initiated this program, insists: “I’ve learned more during these sessions than I’ve taught…for me, just talking with them and learning their stories is what draws me back every time.”

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

~ Henry Ford

Perfect Pairing: Young People Teaching Seniors About Technology

–by DENNIS TAYLOR, syndicated from truthatlas.com, Oct 02, 2014

Featured photo: Sean Butler, 16-year-old sophomore at Carmel (Calif) High School, mentors Judy Dudley on how to use her smart phone. Photo by Dennis Taylor

CARMEL, CALIFORNIA – Seniors who feel like today’s technology has left them in the dust are hitching a ride with a philanthropic gaggle of students who, in their spare time, are helping older generations return to the fast lane with their iPods, iPads, smart phones and computers.

A group of teenagers who never knew a world before computers launched Wired for Connections/Mentor Up, a club at Carmel High School in California, designed to help senior citizens understand the basics of modern-day devices and bridge part of what they perceive as the intergenerational divide.

Sean Butler, a 16-year-old sophomore, initiated the program two years ago, offering to share his tech knowledge in 45-minute, one-on-one mentoring sessions with members of the nearby Carmel Foundation, a membership organization for people 55 and older dedicated to facilitating successful aging by providing a broad spectrum of interactive activities and services. The sessions are provided free to member of the Foundation, which was founded in 1950 and now has more than 3,000 members.

Carly Rudiger, 17, a junior at Carmel High in California, teaches Jenifer Bovey, 69, how to use her iPad. Photo by Dennis Taylor

Carly Rudiger, a 17-year-old junior, joined Butler at the beginning of this school year and took his concept to another level, creating a full-fledged club at Carmel High. The pair oversees a group of about 15 classmates who, in exchange for community service credits, volunteer regularly to share what they know with any member who signs up. The waiting list has close to 50 names.

“I was probably 5 years old the first time I sat down at a computer,” Butler said. “It didn’t take me long to start figuring things out because I wasn’t afraid to play. It’s easier to learn technology if you’re not afraid of it and what holds a lot of older people back is that they’re afraid they’re going to mess something up if they play around and experiment. They don’t realize that most of the time you can just undo what you just did and get back to the place that you want to be.”

Seniors register for the classes (usually held on Saturdays), bring their device, an iPhone, Android, iPad, laptop or virtually anything else they’d like to learn more about, and receive hands-on instruction from their young mentors.

“I don’t come with my own agenda,” Rudiger said. “They ask me questions how to do this or that and I try to help them understand as many of those things as possible during our 45-minute session. I try not to overwhelm them with too much information because they can come back for as many sessions as they want.”

Before entering the mentoring program, the Carmel High contingent goes through “sensitivity training,” which, among other things, includes activities designed to help them better understand their aging pupils.

“One thing we did, for example, was smear a pair of glasses with Vaseline, so we could get an idea of what it might be like to have the kind of vision problems that some older adults live with every day,” Rudiger said. “We also taped fingers together and put tape over fingertips to try to replicate problems they might have with their hands. It can be frustrating to watch how slowly some of them are when they try to type, but the sensitivity training taught us that typing can be very difficult if your fingertips are numb.”

The graying “students” say they tend to learn much more during one-on-one instruction than they do in group classes they have tried. The fresh-faced “mentors” engage with a generation of people they barely knew before.

“I mentored a 93-year-old guy one day who started telling me about a Jewish kid he knew back in high school, right before World War II,” Butler recounted. “I guess the kid got bullied a lot and this man used to protect him.”

“I helped him find an article about his old friend online, and his reaction was really cool. It was pretty amazing for him to discover what his old friend became, and that made it exciting for me. We even found an email address so he could reconnect with his friend after all these years, which made him very happy.”

Carole Bestor, a 69-year-old hairdresser from Pacific Grove, received an iPad from her husband as a gift, but never used it until she sat down with Rudiger for a pair of 45-minute sessions. Her eyes widened and sparkled as her mentor helped her discover the possibilities of the device.

“It was really exciting to learn how to use email. I’ve always been a person who sends a letter or a card through the mail, but now I can email my daughter and also my girlfriend, who I went to high school with,” she said. “But I think the most exciting thing I learned about was Pandora, a place on the Internet where I can listen to music by anybody I like. I listened to Adele and Jennifer Lopez today.”

Rudiger helped Bestor discover that her tablet has a camera and showed her how to use it. Together, they took a selfie. Bestor, an artist, then learned how to surf the Internet to find hundreds of photos of Monet’s garden in Paris, something she has longed to see all her life.

Judy Dudley, who declined to give her age, used part of her 45-minute session with Parker to get acquainted with “Siri,” the Apple Corporation’s “intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator” that uses a natural language user interface to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform other tasks by delegating requests to a set of Internet services. “Siri” (a Norwegian name meaning “beautiful woman who leads you to victory”) answers commands from a smart phone in a female voice.

“It’s amazing,” Dudley said. “I just got this (application), and my granddaughter showed me a little bit about it, but she told me I was going to need a lot of help. I took a class at the Apple Store, but it was very confusing. Then I found out I could come here. These kids who are mentoring us are much smarter than we are about this stuff. None of this is natural to me, but Sean grew up knowing it, and he’s taking me step-by-step, telling me exactly what to do, making it all very easy.”

Carmel resident Ellyn Gelson, 69, and her 79-year-old friend, Bill Roulette of Woodland Hills, brought a higher level of tech savvy into the same session (she has owned a computer since 1997 and once had a Palm Pilot; he still uses the first-generation iPad), but got a worthwhile education from Butler and 17-year-old Carmel High senior Caroline Lahti.

“I learned a lot of things today that I didn’t know before,” Roulette said. “I discovered how to access the app store, and how to maneuver around the different applications. I found out how to get rid of stuff I don’t want anymore. And these kids taught me how to use my iPad to email photos and also to Skype. I never realized I could do those things.”

The teenage mentors are two-time recipients of a $1,000 grant from the American Association of Retired Persons, which this year included an all-expense-paid trip for Butler and Rudiger to AARP headquarters in Washington, D.C.

“I can honestly say that I feel like I’ve learned more during these sessions than I’ve taught,” Rudiger said. “I mean, obviously they’re taking in all this information and hopefully applying it every day but, for me, just talking with them and learning their stories is what draws me back every time. I love having those conversations.”