Theta Healing Workshop

RealBasic 23 May 2008 40

I’ve been trying to find a hall or function room in the inner-north to host a Theta Healing workshop.

The room needs to seat at least 10 or 15 people, and will be needed for 3 ongoing days, 8:30am – 6:00pm. (Preferably Friday, Saturday and Sunday.)

Most places seem to charge by the hour, but I’d be keen to find somwhere that charges for full days, might end up cheaper!

I was wondering if anyone knows of anywhere that would be suitable, or any ideas because I’m almost all out!

Also, if you would be interested in attending this workshop, please let me know via deij_pills at hot mail dot com

(I don’t care for your rude comments, please only genuine replies).


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FC FC 10:50 am 27 May 08

Absent Dianne – Yeah- I suppose your right about the boon comment.

But remove the booner part and the comment still applies.

Ari Ari 10:37 am 27 May 08

Mr_Shab said :

I say fie on your pseudo-medical retard-bait.

Where is that poolroom thread?

Mr_Shab Mr_Shab 10:22 am 27 May 08

Okay – you want some real arguements:
“One of the exciting gifts of this modality is the activation of the silent 10 DNA strands which raises us to a 12 strand DNA being.”
The what? DNA isn’t some magical, soul-like essence. It’s a lot more like computer code – clever and multifunctional code – but code nonetheless. This kind of gibberish is perpetuating dangerous myths about the power of DNA.

“The Youth and Vitality gene is also activated. This helps to retard or even reverse the aging process of the physical body.”
There is no such thing as a “Youth and Vitality” gene. There are a huge pile of genes that code for proteins that can stitch up breaks in DNA, or kill off malfunctioning cells in an orderly way before they turn into a problem (i.e. cancer); but there’s no gene for “youth” per se. You can’t reverse the ageing process. It’s a slow accumulation of damage that will eventually kill you, no matter how much positive thinking you do.

“We also have belief systems related to aging and to lifestyle which can be changed to enhance this process.”
Like, um, not smoking, eating healthily, reducing alcohol intake and getting exercise. Gee – does that sound like something that mainstream medicine recommends for “youth and vitality” too?

If anyone wishes to waste their money on this kind of thing, they should be my guest. Some people just want to believe in something. I reserve my scorn for the charlatans who perpetuate this kind of garbage.

When I see a double blind trial showing there is a demonstrable health benefit in “theta healing” I’ll happily eat my words and become an evangel; but till then I say fie on your pseudo-medical retard-bait.

ant ant 10:01 am 27 May 08

Skidbladnir said :

Thread comments like this really don’t help promote RiotACT, but they do reinforce the “RiotACT is a blast furnace where base ideas burn into ash” or “RiotACT: We purge by flame” brands. 😐

Yep. Why think about things, or construct real arguments, when we can just hurl abuse?

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 9:43 am 27 May 08

Thread comments like this really don’t help promote RiotACT, but they do reinforce the “RiotACT is a blast furnace where base ideas burn into ash” or “RiotACT: We purge by flame” brands. 😐

Absent Diane Absent Diane 9:13 am 27 May 08

Sorry RealBasic, you should have been warned before you posted anything that wasn’t 100% booner mainstream – the majority of posters on this site are a bunch of tools…

FC i don’t think criticising a pseudo-science can be considered booner like behaviour, infact I believe it is the opposite – it means that people are thinking about things and are not displaying signs of gullibility.

Absent Diane Absent Diane 8:50 am 27 May 08

I just read up on this theta healing..

“One of the exciting gifts of this modality is the activation of the silent 10 DNA strands which raises us to a 12 strand DNA being. The Youth and Vitality gene is also activated. This helps to retard or even reverse the aging process of the physical body. We also have belief systems related to aging and to lifestyle which can be changed to enhance this process.”

Hahaha -awesome increasing silent DNA strands

FC FC 8:36 am 27 May 08

Sorry RealBasic, you should have been warned before you posted anything that wasn’t 100% booner mainstream – the majority of posters on this site are a bunch of tools…

Headbonius Headbonius 8:00 am 26 May 08

Sorry Real Basic – now I understand – I have the secret – Thetan OperatiThe head of the Galactic
Confederation (76 planets around
larger stars visible from here)
(founded 95,000,000 yrs ago, very space opera)
solved overpopulation (250 billion
or so per planet) — 178 billion
average) by mass implanting.
He caused people to be brought to
Teegeeack (Earth) and put an H Bomb
on the principal volcanoes (Incident 2)
and then the Pacific area ones
were taken in boxes to Hawaii
and the Atlantic Area ones to
Las Palmas and there “packaged.”
His name was Xenu. He used
renegades. Various misleading
data by means of circuits etc.
were placed in the implants.
When through with his crime Loyal Officers
(to the people) captured him
after 6 years of battle
and put him in an electronic
mountain trap where he still
is. “They” are gone. The place (Confed.)
has since been a desert.
ng Level III – Now I understand, now I understand

Headbonius Headbonius 5:59 am 26 May 08

Real Basic – I apologise. I had time to reflect and came to the conclusion that I may have been a bit harsh. What if there really is somethin to Theta Healing? It may transform the world as we know it!

With this thought in mind I sat outside in the sunshine in perfect harmony with my Theta brainwaves happillip waiting for the FSM to slide down the rainbow and gracefully touch me on the forehead to cure my shocking haemorrhoids. As time passeed, nothing happened so I concentrated harder, really, really trying. All of a sudden, something did happen!!!! I am pleased to report that the FSM did not appear, sliding down a rainbow. Equally I am pleased to report that as I originally predicted Theta healing is a crock of shit. What did happen with all the effort of concentrating I pushed a new pile out. A reaql big ugly one. I think it’s time to see the surgeon – Fcuk the Theta healing.

Woody Mann-Caruso Woody Mann-Caruso 6:37 pm 25 May 08

Call me when the Theta-Jeebus Fairy can cure amputees and kids with Downs. You know – real, observable, measurable medical conditions that don’t have a tendency to cure themselves anyway. Why does Jeebus hate little Downs kiddies so much?

For the record, this has NOTHING to do with Scientology.

You’re lying to stupid, desperate people, so what’s the difference?

Headbonius Headbonius 4:48 pm 25 May 08

The acid in tomatoes repels the noodly appendage, spoken about before on this forum, which is wielded by the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Theta brain waves are picked by the aforesaod FSM and he comes to earth, sliding down a rainbow to touch true believers in Theta healing on the forehead thereby imparting cosmic energy and a miraculous healing of all that ails you.

Fcuking snake oil salesmen! Begone from our National Capital.

Pandy Pandy 1:17 pm 25 May 08

Has something to do with acids in tomatoes. Yeah, I know.

CanberraResident CanberraResident 10:39 am 25 May 08

Gee, there’s some stories there. There’s a fine line between alternative therapies (such as herbal treatments, plants etc), and those alternative “therapies” that play around with your mind, and your bank account.

And what’s with the “not eating tomatoes” thing ^^^? According to Dr Oz – who appears on the Oprah show – eating tomatoes will help you to live longer … (he wears blue surgery gear on telly so he must be legit …) 😉

Pandy Pandy 8:51 am 25 May 08

I had a girlfriend once who suffered from chronic arthritis. She threw away all conventional therapies and went in to alternatives like:
taking a copper and beetle juice drink;
having enemas;
undergoing cupping;
drinking special herbs;
undergoing iridology;
not eating tomatoes;
seeking answers in a newage religion.

None of this helped and she became more crippled with time. She convinced herself that she was being punished for being a bad person and that if she only tried harder,a miricale would occur.

Ari Ari 8:05 am 25 May 08

A woman at work had breast cancer a couple of years ago.

After surgery, chemo and a relapse, she was getting quite desperate and latched onto a couple of these new age therapies.

One involved her eating no grain products at all and constantly consuming a costly “magic position” supposedly made from herbs. It tasted like sh*t so it must be good, eh.

Another therapy was this thetan bullish*t.

So she spent months scouring Canberra for unusual ingredients to avoid grains in her diet, guzzling foul potions that simultaneously drained her bank account and shelling out untold $1000s to sundry new age charlatans.

All this on an admin assistant’s wages.

Apparently some of these charlatans convinced her that it was ultimately all her own fault ‘cos she had eaten white bread as a kid and despite their best efforts she could not optimise her mental state. If only she tried harder … and paid more … she would get better.

One result was that she stopped talking to her father, ‘cos he had allowed her to eat white bread as a kid in the ’70s.

Another result was her own continuing guilt that she just wasn’t clever enough to modify her mind to make it all better.

She died a horrible death anyway, but the horror was compounded by the guilt she felt and the family dislocation that resulted from being fed a heap of new age bulls*t.

As I’ve said before: Age of Aquarius my arse.

Headbonius Headbonius 6:08 am 25 May 08

Taken directly from their website “Theta healing was discovered by gifted healer Vianna Stibal 10 years ago when she miraculously healed herself of cancer – instantly. Through healing many thousands of people of chronic and often terminal diseases, Vianna refined the Theta healing technique into a set of powerful healing tools that can be easily learned.”

I suggest you ring City Police Station and hold your meeting in the largets cell in the Watchhouse to save Police the trouble of transporting you there after you are arrested for fraud.

Felix the Cat Felix the Cat 5:53 am 25 May 08

Most clubs (Ainslie FC etc) have meeting rooms available, no idea what they charge.

emd emd 7:50 pm 24 May 08

There’s two halls at Corroboree Park in Ainslie that are hired out separately. I think they have full-day rates as well as per-hour. Contact is Northside Community Services, who also hire out Majura hall in Dickson (newer and nicer facilities than Ainslie).

Libraries also have meeting rooms for hire.

Pandy Pandy 5:57 pm 24 May 08

Upstairs of Ming Restaurant in Phillip has great and welcoming meeting room. Near Duratone HiFi (plug)

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