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Kelly Burch writes: A few months ago I learned about something called Autogenic Habitats. I had no idea what this was at first. In fact I had to Google to find the definition of the word "autogenic". It means: "self-generating" or "from within".
So these habitats were literally places that I could create from within myself?
Rob Fox writes: I wanted to let you know about my first experience of giving The Gift. I was visiting my Mother, dropping off a DVD I had ordered for her. She seemed really down and complained of cold chills and an icy feeling in her stomach. She said she was feeling a little depressed too. I was about to ask her what she was depressed about when I thought it would be a great moment to try using the Gift.
Dimitra Paraschou from Greece is a Genius Symbol and Project Sanctuary student who volunteers to help out with terminally ill children at her local hospital, talking to them and reading stories for them.
She created a lovely new story, using the Genius Symbols and the Classic Game, something that would entertain but also enlighten and inspire. You can read the story here and also what happened when she told the story of The Pirate's Treasure to the children on the ward.
Carna Zacharias-Miller writes: Tired of always playing alone in Sanctuary? Try this with a friend or client: Develop a Classic Game story together. It is a bonding experience and much fun!
This is actually a research project by Project Sanctuary masters Laura Moberg and Carna Zacharias-Miller. Intention: Trying out a Project Sanctuary Classic Game with an agreed upon contract, but without the established client/practitioner separation, meaning that we were developing a story together as we went along.
We would use basic Project Sanctuary and/or the Genius Symbols at own discretion and simply tap three times to signal over the phone when each individual was done relating their instalment of the story.
Metaphorically speaking, just before the stroke of midnight on August 23rd, 2009, the final PS Master from the original PS23 Project submitted their masterpiece, and was thus duly certified. The final PS23 Project Sanctuary Master is Laura Moberg.
Laura who is originally from California was transplanted to Sweden at a tender age. Later living in Denmark and Greece, currently in Japan but maintaining a home and clinic in Sweden as well as Yokohama, Laura is a Doctor of Natural Medicine with more than a passing interest in Energy Medicine and modern personal development. In this interview, Laura tells us about her experiences with the Project Sanctuary Masters course, and her plans for the future.
The Mission: Introduce 3 others (real life people, clients or not) to the Genius Symbols. Show them the symbols and let the rest take care of itself as the process unfolds. Write a report on each occasion and your conclusions overall at the end.
I wasn't sure to whom I would show and introduce the Genius Symbols to and so I asked the universe to send me three people for whom it would be very obvious. Within a couple of weeks, I had my three. It was really quite cool ...
StarFields writes: On the Project Sanctuary forum, I set a "Game of the Week" every so often. Players can, if they want to, play the game, Sanctuary style, and some will post the results of the game back to the forum. This week's game was as follows: "By whichever means you choose, travel to a different planet. Somewhere you have never been before. Let yourself be taken there and observe, do as must be done, then return. Travel broadens the mind :-) " Here are seven fascinating and very different stories about this journey, all of which illustrate some important aspects of playing Project Sanctuary nicely. And apart from that, they are fascinating stories, generated spontaneously and instantly - once you know how to play for your own personal development and creativity practice.
Mary Haines writes: I wanted to write a story for my god daughter Susy who was going to be 4. I wanted it to be just the right story for her. So, I set my intention before entering sanctuary asking my energy mind to give me a story.
It is called "Johnny's Bad Day" and there's a link to see me reading out the story on Youtube.
So I waved and started my way up the mountain. It wasn’t hard to do in the beginning, but a bit later the path became less passable. I got to the part where there is less vegetation, and a bit later to the part were there is hardly any vegetation. I came to a valley in the mountains, and in that valley was a dragon.
A big, beautiful shining dragon.
His colours were yellow and orange and red. And although he was fire-breathing, I could see he was in pain. One of his beautiful wings was wounded. Because of his wounds he was irritated to see me, and spit some fire my way.
Joel Gruber writes: Word has reached me across the long, spinning, web of light that fills all. There is a universal map of possibilities, and the stories that heal and dance the energy into each world.
And the places of darkness cry to all who will listen and hear. To all who love song so much, that they cry when they find a place where no song is sung, and no story of healing told.
On July 3, 2007, a very unusual project began - 23 brave and highly intelligent professionals from around the World got together to help to create the new and revolutionary Project Sanctuary Facilitator's distance learning course in direct feedback with Dr Silvia Hartmann, the Creator of Project Sanctuary.
Nearly 3 month, hundreds of emails and a a thousand assignments later, the very first student finished the final certification test successfully to be come the first Project Sanctuary Master: Debora Ready from Maryland, USA.
Find out what she thought about Project Sanctuary DL, and what her experiences were with this brand new course.
If you are looking to stimulate your imagination, open up new Sanctuary habitats or you just want to see some truly fantastic worlds fabulously rendered, then go and visit with world-renowned concept art director, illustrator and designer Philip Straub.
In my opinion, he's also a traveller who can see the worlds beyond. Highly recommended!
Helena writes: There is an enormous power in writing things down (or drawing them), because the moment I had written my last email, it's like a light went up and suddenly I realised that I had indeed started making progress and that the whole secret was no to try to hurry things up. Things HAD been changing, but very gradually and I had just been too impatient to get it over with. I also realised that I don't even have to lie down to be in Sanctuary since that's when I tend to fall asleep or when my thoughts start racing. I know what the story is, and here it comes in a shortened version.
John S writes: Every PS player should have a toolkit of skills (and, indeed, the PS manual is designed to provide you with many of them.)
Among the slightly more advanced skills a PS practitioner should have are these: telepathy, flying, and teleporting. Allow me to explain some of their uses and a start on how to develop these skills.
StarFields writes: Three poems, three Project Sanctuary experiences, three habitats - different places in time and space that one may return to and explore further, which may become base camps in foreign lands and which may well hold much magic. In the second poem, there is a portal to a very distant place - "The other side of morning".
You can listen to it here and the texts are there as well. Enjoy!
This is a Project Sanctuary story from 1998. That's quite a while back and at a time, when the central sanctuary had been fully established and all sorts of challenges and problems in the environment surrounding it had already been resolved.
So this story is about finding out more about the wider realms of this personal universe, and this flying mission, involving a desert with a poisoned oasis, a lost caravan and a Golden City, was quite a revelation ...
This is what a 14 year old boy who isn't that interested in metaphor, creativity or therapy managed to do stone cold with this Project Sanctuary game (details below).
What he found has now been used by many as a way to calm "Ashtars" - a codename Project Players have for their spirit selves.
The young gentleman was further inspired to produce a piece of digital art to give an impression of the Fostris habitat. Excellent!
Ferengi are a species from StarTrek that was particularly highlighted in Deep Space 9. Their religion is commerce and their society is determined by profit.
The Ferengi believe that the universe is held together by the Great Material Continuum, also known as the Great River. The Ferengi believe that each part of the universe has too much of one thing, but not enough of another, and it is through the continual flow of the Great River that wants and needs can be fulfilled, if one navigates the River with sufficient entrepreneurial skill. By request, here are the complete Ferengi rules of acquisition.
Silvia Hartmann writes: In my travels around the web, I come across some really interesting people who do wonderful and creative things.
I'm pleased that Project Sanctuary Portal gives me a place to showcase such sites properly rather than just with a tedious link.
So, and to kick off the new section of "Creative People On The Web", here's Steven Brooke, author, singer, musician, producer and artist.
This is a really good fun pattern to allow groups or friends to trade "resources" of the magical kind.
Two people can play this quite happily, the more, the merrier. But of course, one can also just attend an astral bring and buy - there are many across the planes and the layers :-)
Nanna writes: I am walking on a path that weaves its way deeper into a large pine forest. The path is scarcely visible. I am mostly walking on wonderful, soft, spongy, green moss. It is heaven under my bare feet.
Through the trees to my right the ground slopes downwards, I catch glimpses of glittering light on a lake ...
An automatic goal generating process based on the metaphor work of brilliant UK trainer/researcher Silvia Hartmann - Project Sanctuary.
Contributed by Christine Sutherland.
Tom Carroll Writes: Bob Bisaillon is a master NLP trainer, a good friend and an extraordinary teacher.
Currently, he is presenting an exceptional workshop called Project Sanctuary that combines his extraordinary skills as a trainer and health coach with a process designed to make it safe enough for anyone to make productive change a way of life.
What follows is a conversation between Tom and Bob as I was privileged to hear it.
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