Friday, September 3, 2010

Loneliness vs. Solitude

Loneliness vs. Solitude

Loneliness is inner emptiness.
Solitude is inner fulfillment.
- Richard J. Foster

+ Just like two summer peaches,
loneliness and solitude
can often appear to be the same;
however, don’t be deceived.
One is bursting with sweetness
while the other is rotting away.
teach us the grace of solitude. +

Thursday, September 2, 2010

...Will there be a place for Creative Therapy Sessions in Borneo?

The possibility of introducing "Creative Therapy Sessions: Harmonizing Sacred Drumming, Arts and Reflective Discussion" for the Elderly Care in Borneo. I had conducted many sessions in Rochester, NY and I am confident that this Creative Therapy Sessions will find a place in Borneo.

A beautiful painting produced by Late Joan Hull. She did this painting while she was doing the program with me " Integrated Individual Therapy: Harmonize Through Sacred Drumming, Art and Reflective Discussion.

It is never too late to come together! You will be surprised that by playing together you will be able to feel the "peacefulness of your inner-self."

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

...I obtained my doctorate from UOR!

River Campus:
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14627

Medical Center:
601 Elmwood Ave.
Rochester, NY 14642

Eastman School:
26 Gibbs St.
Rochester, NY 14604

The University of Rochester's River Campus and Medical Center are located approximately one mile south of downtown Rochester and 15 miles south of Lake Ontario, in upstate New York.

Schedule a Campus Visit/Interview

For prospective students and parents, the best way to learn about Rochester is to visit. Almost everyone attends an information session and takes a tour. You can also interview with an admissions officer, talk to current students, and visit academic departments and labs

...hard work!

The real fruit of hard work!
Doctors graduated from University of Rochester, 08!

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

...many voices...

With each successive meeting, the group is more in tune with other and themselves. the drumming is more harmonious. The discussions pour out more sharing. The paintings become more vivid. Father explains, "Everyone is speaking, everyone is heard, and each person's sound unique. We can feel our "heart-beats" through the sound of the drums and we all have a sacred story to share." , Abas -2009 Charism Newsletter.

Keep on moving the brush and it produces wonderful "product" and this is the sample of work done by 18 persons who took part at the workshop on" Integrated Group Therapy: Sacred Drumming, Arts and Reflective Discussion." work...

Let continue to work as a team!

...ting..ting...ting, ting, ting...ting ting ting ting

Guess what are these?
Little bells I tied around my ankles when I am doing the drumming! the hands...

Watch the hands!

...she knows the description and interpretation of her art!

By giving a person an opportunity to express her inner feelings through painting, enables her to describe and to interpret the in-depth meaning of the art.

Monday, August 30, 2010


Shamrock are you singing today? Shamrock makes beautiful sound...pipi..pippi..

...creativity with her hands...

Happy with her beautiful art! God bless you.

...the beats of the drums can bring the peacefulness...

Waiting for all the drummers!
"Our stories are not finished until we breath our last breath."

...fruitful way...

We harmonized our inner-feelings through sacred drumming!

...Joan I miss you...

Two beautiful painting done by late Joan Hull.
I worked with her for 22 weeks in a program we called "Joan's spiritual journey harmonized through sacred drumming, arts and reflective discussion."