December 2013: In This Issue
Join a meditation experiment in Albany

What if you could lower violent crime in the City of Albany, NY and increase your personal peace at the same time? 


Starting on January 1, a community of people who value the power of peaceful intention through meditation will conduct an historic experiment testing if it is possible to lower aggravated assaults in Albany with a collective intention of peace aimed at the city. 


Regardless of where you live, YOU can participate in this experiment!  


To help participants focus, meditations will be streamed over the Internet from Trinity Alliance in Albany each day in January. The meditations will teach people how to shift their nervous system into states of greater well-being as they focus their thoughts on peace for themselves and Albany.  


I am delighted to be one of the meditation leaders on two of the days during the month and I invite you to join me in this free program.


Prior research shows that peaceful intentions for self and others has positive effects that include lowering blood pressure and pain, and enhancing optimism and relationships. University at Albany Professor, Dr. John Foldy, will be analyzing crime data to determine if there is a corresponding reduction of assaults during January.


Research also suggests that when more people are involved, there are corresponding more robust positive effects, so it is important for as many people as possible to participate. 


Become part of this historic research from anywhere.


Visit to register and have the meditations emailed to you each day. After you register, you will receive a free "powering up" meditation kit.


Watch a news story on the local NBC affiliate about this exciting program.

 Stressed out? Learn "Touch & Breathe" and get instant relief
Learn a simple, quick technique to relieve stress

Leave the shopping behind and join me this Saturday, December 7, for a workshop for the general public and mental health professionals on "Touch & Breathe" (TAB). 

TAB is a simple technique for powerful relief of psychological distress. Learn and practice TAB to help with: stress management, addictive urges, weight loss, and negative beliefs that sabotage your success, including lack of financial abundance. 

Sign up now!

Just for Professionals
Next Friday, December 13, I am offering a second workshop just for professionals. In this advanced training, you will learn the theory behind energy medicine and how to introduce these methods to clients; how to use TAB to help clients with anxiety, stress, anger, grief, guilt, addictive urges and negative beliefs; and the four-stage model of treatment, including building up ego strength before processing traumatic material.
Learn more and sign up for one or both now!

SPECIAL DISCOUNT: Register with a friend and you will each receive $25 off of each workshop you attend! 
We need your help for a ground-breaking study
The University at Albany is putting together a research study exploring possible positive benefits of using alternative "tapping" treatment methods in relieving and releasing stress after a serious heart event. Anyone over 21 who has suffered a serious heart event such as heart attack, bypass surgery, or cardiac arrest is invited to apply. 
Watch this health news story on the local NBC affiliate about the study.

Participants will receive several free treatment sessions with experienced licensed clinical social workers. I am supervising the clinical treatment aspect of the study and really ask for your support. This could be ground-breaking for the field of energy psychology. Learn More.
book cover Mary Sise, LCSW, DCEP  |  (518) 785-8576
Mary is a leader in the field of energy psychology and co-author of The Energy of Belief: Psychology's Power Tools to Focus Intention & Release Blocking Beliefs. In addition to being traditionally trained, she integrates energy therapies into her work and has trained hundreds of therapists in these methods. Mary is Past-President of the Board of Directors for the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology, and former adjunct professor at Siena College. Mary is the Program Director for Sai Maa's Transformational Healers Program. A nationally sought-after presenter for keynotes and workshops, she maintains a private practice in Latham, NY.

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