Quantum-Touch Live Basic Workshop – Lexington, Kentucky, Friday February 29 & March 1 2008, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

A workshop where you will learn techniques to aid others in their healing journey.

Quantum Touch Workshop Flyer (pdf)

Yoga Retreat – Cedar Hill Retreat Center, Carlisle Kentucky, Saturday December 3, 2005, 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

A yoga retreat focusing on the theme Be Centered in Your Holiday. Join Karen Nixon in a retreat to learn more about yoga practice, breathing, meditation, self-massage, applied yogic philosophy, relaxation and more...

Yoga Retreat December 2005 (pdf)

Class – All Paths Lead to Now – St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Lexington, KY – Tuesday Evenings 7 to 9pm

This is an informal, ongoing, class with a variety of spiritual topics. Please send an e-mail to Joel DiGirolamo ( for more information.

A Shift in Our Lives (pdf)

A model that helps us see how our lives have shifted, looking at positive and negative experiences when we look inward and outward.

Timeline (pdf)   (Updated 19 April, 2011)

A timeline of events, mostly spiritual and religious, from 3000 BCE to 1200 CE.

Gnosticism, The Philosophy, The Religion, The Mind (pdf)   (Updated 23 February, 2005)

An article by Joel DiGirolamo that relates the origins of Gnosticism (the Gnostic philosophy) to the Gnostic religion and the necessity to clear the mind in order to truly know yourself. This article explores the idea that Jesus may have taught the essence of Gnosis, knowing and seeing God in everyone and everything around us.

PEAT Energy Psychology Workshop - Lexington, KY - Thursday April 7, 2005 to Saturday April 9, 2005: Optional Sunday April 10 Session

Workshop Flyer (pdf)

Testimonial Letter (pdf)

Accommodations Information (pdf)

Introduction to PEAT Article (pdf)

Class – All Paths Lead to Now – St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Lexington, KY – Wednesday Evenings 7 to 9pm, October 1, 2003 to November 19, 2003

This class will cover the 5 elements – body, mind, spirit, balance and living in the present moment. Self-observation techniques will be introduced with weekly assignments and class discussion. Each class will begin with body movement, followed by an introduction and discussion of one of the five elements and completed with a self-observation technique and discussion of weekly observations.


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