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November 2013

Meditation and Journaling Tools to Get Through and Beyond the Holidays at the Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Hospital

Come join me at this free event open to cancer patients and the greater Rochester, NY community on how to utilize meditation and journaling to reduce stress and stay empowered throughout this holiday season. I’ll be speaking in the Luellen Patient Resource Room at the Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Memorial Hospital University of Rochester Medical Center from 5:30-7:00 pm Tuesday, December 10 as part of the Integrative Oncology Lecture Series. Read more →


How to Access Your Great Spirit to Give And Receive . . . Miracles

I work so much, both in my practice and my own life, especially with complicated and peaking challenges, in how to access and develop our power to connect and support our own Great Spirits as a unique expression of the All That Is. In honor of you and your amazing work to support all greater good and the key spirit of this holiday...I want to share ten points of reference as key practices to access your Great Spirit... Read more →


Thanking is Completion

I have facilitated ongoing women’s self-healing and spirituality groups since I started Centering Tools in 1987... I asked the group to consider, as we move towards...the full holiday season, this deeper meaning of gratitude beyond the increasingly popular practice and belief that “thanking” involves “focusing on the (judged) good”, but to instead meditate on how to thank everything without denying all that occurred as a key aspect of completion for healing and necessary development. Read more →


Please come and bring your friends and family to this unique community event and holiday food drive to launch the empowerment fable for women and girls by Marjorie Baker Price, MErind and the Magic Mirror: A tiny Tale of Transformation just published through Productivity Publications. The book includes Your Magic Mirror by Marjorie and Kay Whipple, the special journaling and guided meditation section which follows the book. The book is available online at Amazon.com and other online bookstores as well as to order at any bookstore across the country. Merinda and the Magic Mirror presents a little girl who is so caught up in “pleasing to survive” that she is unaware that she is cut off from being able to listen and be her own authentic self. It presents her journey of transformation, looking within to find herself, knowing she really can freely, creatively respond in empowered ways. It breaks repeated cycles of dependence and abuse, supporting self-healing and inner trust. Read more →