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Indigo Newsletter February 2019

It has a full list of upcoming events for February, March and April, as well as details of the fascinating talk and workshop on the topic of GANS / Plasma water and its applications for healing. The latest Indigo Newsletter

Plasma Energy for Health & Wellbeing

SUNDAY 20th JANUARY 2019 – A workshop of theory and hands-on practical experience so you can learn more about the technology of Plasma and how it can help you and the wider environment. Led by Malcolm Bosher and Oliver Perceval,

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The subject of water is looming large on my radar at the moment – and not just mine, it seems. There seems to be much talk among people far wiser than me about the importance of water in this coming

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Cool Cats Ride Again – in February!

Such was the positive response to the “Playshops” run by Roarbert Torry and Leonie Clark earlier this year that they have planned another two – Cool Cats wise up to Ascension Deficit Disorder on Saturday 16th February Cool Cats Ride

End-of-Year Newsletter 2018 – 2019

The final Indigo Newsletter of the year can be found here – it contains a look back at what happened during the past year, and a look forward to the year that is unfolding – plenty to peruse: Newsletter is

December 2018 Newsletter here

The last newsletter of 2018 – well, perhaps there may be a Bumper Fun edition to round off the year, we’ll see! Follow the link to browse or download: enjoy!

Soul-Centred Healing by Thomas Zinser: A Review

At one of the recent Indigo discussion groups, talk turned to the use of non-physical “helpers” in medical and psychological work with clients. Dr Ian Rubenstein, a medical doctor from North London, discovered he was a psychic medium, and used

November 2018 Indigo Newsletter now available

The latest newsletter, for November 2018, is now available here to download or browse. Indigo Newsletter November 2018

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Detained in a mental health facility – for questioning 5G!

Have you seen anything in the mainstream media about a lady called Susanne Small, who was detained in a mental health facility in Farnham, Surrey, recently? Probably not. The reason she was put into a room with bars at the

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What’s on in October and November 2018

All of the information about our regular meet-ups and special events is listed in the regular monthly newsletter – but of course not everyone wants to click through to those, so here is a list of what’s coming up in

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