---- There will not be a July meeting ----
OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE ON: Friday, August 7, 2015.
On Friday August 7, 2015: A Joint Presentation by Robert Alcorn, MD, and Barbara Stone, PhD
(Doors open at 7:00 pm, and the program starts at 7:30 pm.
A suggested love offering of $10).
The Djinn: The Hidden Ones
Stories of genies are all through our mythologies, television programs, and movies. Known in
the Middle East as the Djinn, (meaning the "Hidden Ones"), the legend has it that these fire
elemental beings were banned from this dimension when humans were created, and that King
Solomon enslaved the Djinn to build the Temple in Jerusalem to house the Ark of the Covenant.
In this presentation, Drs. Alcorn and Stone report on their conversations with the Djinn during
shamanic journeying, and their clinical experiences of working with clients under attack from Djinn.
Out of these experiences, they developed a way to raise the consciousness of the Djinn, help their
clients, and to promote peace between the human and Djinn realms.
Dr. Alcorn is a graduate of Yale College, and earned his medical degree at Case Western Reserve
University. He is in private practice in the Cleveland area, and is the Medical Director of Alternative
Paths, Inc., a community mental health center in Medina, Ohio. He has studied shamanic practices
through the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, soul retrieval with Sandra Ingerman, and more
recently “Middle World” work with Betsy Bergstrom (various ways to clear negative energies and
influences). After more than forty years experience as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, he is
now incorporating shamanic techniques and hands-on energy healing techniques in his work with
Barbara Stone , PhD, LISW, DCEP, is an author, workshop presenter, public speaker, and professor
at Energy Medicine University, a distance learning program. Her book "Invisible Roots: How Healing
Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present" illuminates the spiritual underpinnings of many unresolved
emotional problems. The topic of healing is very close to her heart, as her first book, "Cancer As
Initiation: Surviving the Fire", is the autobiographical account of her integrative medicine approach
to recovery from a diagnosis of breast cancer in 1991. Dr. Stone is also a musician, potter, gardener,
grandmother, and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.
OMS meets the first Friday, of each month. (Please check our web site for possible additional meetings, and schedule changes). We meet at the Unity Chapel of Light, 503 Northwest Ave., Tallmadge, Ohio 44278. There are no membership requirements. Registration for all OMS meetings begins at 7:00 p.m. The speaker starts at 7:30. A donation of $10 is suggested. For more information go to www.oms4u.org, or contact Bruce Sugarberg (330)459-3163, or email@example.com.