REFERENCES & RESOURCES 

 

Web Links:   

Quality Caring for Living-Dying:  http://www.qualitycaring.org My sister site where I hope to amplify the awareness of many intricate issues related to quality caring in health care.

Martha E. Rogers Homepage:  http://www.societyofrogerianscholars.org/biography_mer.html

Martha E. Rogers' WIKI:  http://rogeriannursingscience.wikispaces.com/

Great Links for Physics Enthusiasts:  www.physics.adelaide.edu.au/cssm/physics_links.html

Cynthia Larson's Reality Shifts:  http://realityshifters.com

Actualism Homepage:  www.actualism.org

Spiritual Response Therapy (an ancient form of healing):  http://althealingeric.com

Aril (Association for Religion and Intellectual Life):  www.aril.org

American Society for Psychical Research, Inc:   www.aspr.com

Weird Science (Unconventional science orgs):  www.amasci.com/weird/worg.html

Insight Online Bookstore (Metaphysics): www.insight-books.com

Life Cycles Matrix System (Insight into your life tale):  www.life-cycles-destiny.com    

Alijandra's Color Healing:  http://www.colorhealing.com

The Domain of Cosmic Light: http://www.cosmiclight.com

The Butterfly Site:  The best informational site for butterflies on the web:  www.butterflysite.com

 

Amazon.com:   

Motion Pictures:             

DiPego, G. (Author), Boyle, B., & Taylor, M. (Producers), Turteltaub, J. (Director). (1996). Phenomenon [Film]. (Available from Touchstone Home Videos, distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, Burbank, CA.)

Salva, V . (Writer & Director), & Birnbaum, R. & Grodnik, D. (Producers). (1996). Powder [Film]. (Available from Hollywood Pictures, Burbank, CA.)

For butterfly synchronicities related to the death of a loved one see:

Patch Adams & Love is a Many Splendored Thing  

Step Mom

(If anyone out there is aware of others, please drop me an e-mail so I can add them!)

 

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