Michael Channeling Tonight

On November 7, 2010, in Announcements, by ubiquitous

Join us TONIGHT for another session with Michael and Shepherd Hoodwin.
Here’s a message from Shepherd:

“THE OVERLEAVES”–A CHANNELING ON THE MICHAEL TEACHINGS

Every other month, usually on the first Sunday (the second if it’s a holiday), I
do a Michael teachings program on BlogTalkRadio.com. The next one (Sunday,
November 7, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific/9-11 p.m. Eastern) will be a continuation of the
channeled series on the overleaves. We won’t be taking personal questions
(including channeling overleaves) during this session. However, please think
about general questions you have about the overleaves.

In the last five sessions, Michael focused on centers, modes, attitudes, chief
obstacles, and soul ages, respectively. I don’t know what Michael will choose to
teach this Sunday, but I assume they will continue to focus on one overleaf per
evening, such as the goals. Incidentally, we are always looking for volunteers
to transcribe channelings and workshops; please let me know if you’re
interested.

Here is where you go to listen live Sunday:

http://tinyurl.com/2drlwhl

There’s a phone number (also listed there) that you can use to call in with
questions or comments: 646-200-0420. If you can’t phone in, there will also be a
written chat room for questions and commentary, as well as socializing before
and after:

www.michaelteachings.com/m-chat.html

Please keep off-topic chat to a minimum during the broadcast. If you have a
question for Michael, prefacing it with QUESTION: will make it easier for our
moderator, Dave Gregg, to see it. If you have trouble getting into the chat
room, you might try a dedicated IRC program. It’s a good idea to test your chat
room connection well ahead of time. We start and end strictly on time because
BlogTalk regulates our “air time” just like a regular radio station.

When I channel, there may be quiet periods, especially at the beginning, while
Michael is working with the group energy. It is recommended that you use that
time to meditate and notice what you are experiencing.

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