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Awakening, pondering how do we get there? Deeksha Blessings….

Oneness University India janet eakin linda beal

From my understanding an Awakened State,  is living in a state of being in the moment, every moment. This alone takes me into my past with mind racing ideas , ” I cannot remember ever doing that for more than a day”.  Then my busy brain can jump into future “I am not ever going to awaken in that kind of peacefulness”.  Turning my thoughts into a study course, which has very little to do with surrender, it has every thing to do with getting it right. I pray daily for my awakening and yours.

We are One. I understand this, often I can see you better than I can see myself . Relationships provide me with actions and words, that are a match to mine, time after time providing a mirror.

I am grateful for the mirror until I hit a part of me that really needs me to get out the dust pan. Time to turn on Netflix and watch a chick flick, organic popcorn & butter. I show up for letting go and letting Divine energy flow. A bath a divine choice! Deeksha to the Head  Brings on the Happy Dance.  Enjoy!

Lucky, blessed, spoiled and grateful is the words I would use today about my learning, loving and embracing Deeksha for the past 4 years. What I have learned, forgiveness and surrender is needed to live the natural order of my choices and love what is.

Find Deeksha in your area, by going to Oneness University search for your community.

Meet Janet and Linda


Linda Beal and Janet Eakin of Salt Lake City, Utah,  Oneness trainers, they are a team, their website is Awakening Oneness. The Oneness University is where they have taken their training. These ladies come home each time from India with insights to share what they have experienced and learned. My understanding is Linda starts writing on the plane home. With smiles, CD’s, long and late hours, created courses, manuals and blessing events generating over 800 Deeksha blessing givers in the state of Utah and many more in surrounding states.

They have managed to provide many opportunity for people to change their lives with the intent of Awakening.

Website  Awakening Oneness.

Wednesday night you have an opportunity to hear Linda Beal on the Oneness awakening call. Below you can find out how to be part of this call, learn more about Deeksha and Oneness, well worth the listen as We Are All Awakening.

Up and Coming Awakening Course’s listed below for Linda and Janet, worth the travel, time and money. Jump In

Wednesday 1/24/2013

Wednesday 1/23/2013

Here is the line up for January for the next Wednesday night
Awakening Teleconference Calls:
Jan. 16th Tara Carson – see play-back number to listen to this call
Jan 23rd Linda Beal
Jan. 30th Andy Migner
February line up to be announced soon. . . . .
These calls are a great way to ask your questions, sync up with the person sharing
and receive powerful Awakening Deeksha.

Feb Course is Feb 8-10, 2013 being held at The Healing Hearts Studio in Centerville.
One of our Deeksha Givers owns & operates this studio.
They also currently hold Deeksha there every Monday night.
We are holding our next course here to help the Deeksha communities growth in North Salt Lake & Davis & Weber Counties.
Here is the link with more info & to register.

March Course is March 8-10, 2013 & we will be holding it at the Krishna Temple in Salt Lake in their large Auditorium.

Here is the link for more info & to register.

Namaste & Love Janet & Linda Awaken to Oneness


Cam Williams

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Just 5 Short days until Oneness Awakening Course, St. George, Ut.


Join us in St. George, Ut.

Our “Oneness Awakening” course begins in only 5 short days.  Hopefully you have all reserved rooms or lodging & arranged carpooling if needed.  If any of you still need to secure lodging or a ride please contact us as soon as possible.  Janet 801 205-7000 or Linda 801 557-0367. e-mail

Anyone staying at the home with the Salt Water Pool will need to send $100.00 per person to our paypal account no later than Monday afternoon (today) as we need to prepay for this accommodation.  Paypal to  If you do not have a paypal account please contact us for other arrangements.

You can also send payment for your course to if you have a paypal account.  We would prefer this method of payment.  Otherwise you can pay with a check made out to Janet Eakin or bring cash to your first night of the course. 

Attached you will find the Moola Mantra.  Please take some time this week to study the words & their meaning. 

We will sing this together during the weekend.  It is a very powerful mantra as you will see when you study the attachment.  We will also send you home with a CD that has a couple different versions of the Moola_Mantra

Have an amazing week

See you soon
Janet & Linda

More Details for St. George

Flagstaff Conference, Domestic Violence, desire rooms or time share for June 18th and 19th..

National Advocacy & Training Network supports women in recovery from domestic violence.  We are a non profit and will provide a tax receipt for your donation or discounted rate.  We are in need of accommodations in Flagstaff AZ on June 18th and 19th. Naturopaths International has donated 10 passes for the Consciousness with a Cause Convention at the Coconino Community College Lone Tree Campus.  We would greatly appreciate the donation or deep discount of 4 rooms, a time share condo or cottage with kitchen facilities. Assistance of any kind would be most welcome.

National Advocacy & Training Network (NATN) has has two beautiful homes that are located in Mesa and Chandler in Arizona.  Cup O Karma on Southern in Mesa trains the women to re-enter the workforce. Monalou Callery is the founder of NATN and works with ASU in the development of a legal support system that assists the women with their legal needs.  Hear is being developed so that the women can tell their story of domestic violence via a blogging system.  This program is being developed, and donated, by Park & Company in Phoenix, AZ.

As you can see, we have been blessed with help from the business community and so many caring people. Your support would also be a blessing and equally appreciated. 

Please contact me if you can provide answers for our Flagstaff conference accommodation needs, or more details about our non profit.

Cam Williams
Fund Raising
801-577-3646 cell

Fundrasing for an Important Cause, Domestic Violence


Marketing for Gurus has the opportunity to serve many causes with tools such as blogging, event coordination and assisting with fundraising.  I have whole heartedly and enthusiastically joined a foundation of great importance;  The National Advocacy & Training Network,  founded by MonaLou Callery.

Below you will find the areas of support MonaLou has created to help women  in recovery of domestic violence.  I believe you will be impressed by the services provided and, at the same time, will want to lend a hand in making a difference for these women. 

Agency History:

National Advocacy & Training Network

Through grassroots efforts, the National Advocacy & Training Network (NATN) was
incorporated as a non-profit agency in January 2002 by a group of survivors, volunteers,
advocates, and professionals. Our mission is to address the health, safety, economic and
social justice issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and substance abuse through
education, public awareness, and direct services. In order to achieve our mission, we operate
three main projects: Training and Technical Assistance; Support, Education, Empowerment &
DirectionS (SEEDs); and Cup O’ Karma: Community Cafe for a Cause.

Programs and Services Overview:

Training and Technical Assistance – NATN provides training and technical assistance
through its’ local and international network of survivors, advocates, and professionals. Last
year, NATN trained 930 individuals about the dynamics of domestic violence.

SEEDs (Support, Education, Empowerment & DirectionS) -“A place to sow, nurture and
grow your heart, mind, body and soul”. The Diane House and the Marilyn House offer
transitional safe homes to address the unmet needs of battered and sexually abused women in
recovery for up to two years, assisting women and their families to achieve self-sufficiency and
live safe, healthy and meaningful lives. SEEDs cultivate the initiative and strength of women
recovering from abuse and addiction through empowerment based advocacy, housing,
healthcare, life skills, education, and job training.

 Cup O’ Karma: Community Cafe for a Cause – NATN provides on the-job-training (OJT)
opportunities for women participating in the SEEDs program through the Job Training Cafe.
Located at 1710 W. Southern Ave., this coffee shop was donated by a local business owner in
June, 2008.

Goals of Cup O’ Karma include:

– Provide quality products and services – offers coffees, teas, smoothies, snacks and
free Wi-Fi; showcase artwork from local artists; Live music and entertainment
Monday, Wed, Friday and Saturdays.
– Provide OJT opportunities for residents of the SEEDs program – two to four
women receive OJT, working 20-hours a week for three (3) months while learning
food service, customer service, marketing, purchasing, and other related skills.
NATN assists the women in locating permanent employment.
– Generate revenue for the agency – All proceeds are used to advance the mission of
NATN. Cup O’ Karma is operated by community volunteers and women
participating in the OJT program; no personnel expenses are accumulated.

Project Evaluation:

Evaluation is based on the short, mid and long-term objectives developed for each program.
Services are closely monitored and adjusted as needed based on the results of the objectives.
Feedback is derived from program participants who play a key role in ensuring that NATN is
an efficient and effective community based, grassroots program.

Constituency Served:

Training and Technical Assistance – Offered to any agency, group or citizen interested in
learning more about domestic violence, sexual assault and/or substance abuse.

SEEDs – Homeless, battered and/or sexually assaulted women in recovery.

Cup O’ Karma – Customers are local community members. Baristas are community
volunteers and SEEDs residents participating in the agency’s job-training program.
Community and Volunteer Involvement:

NATN collaborates with government and existing community based services, utilizing all the
necessary resources to assist the women in accomplishing their goals, staying safe and
maintaining their sobriety. Ninety percent (75%) of the women who reside in the SEEDs
program for 6-months or longer become volunteers for NATN or in their community. Our
programs have an active volunteer base of more than 50 individuals who mentor, deliver life
skills, training, provide outreach, and fundraise.

Key Corporate, Foundation, and Community Supporters:

Arizona Foundation for Women
ASU – SDO College of Law
Bruce & Diane Halle Family Foundation
Deb Carstens
Costco- Chandler
Discount Tires
Frankel Family Foundation
Gary & Jeanne Herberger Foundation
Luis Prado
Marilyn Seymann
NextCare – Urgent Care
Nina Mason Pulliam Trust Fund
Park & Co
Robson Communities
Az Sexual Assault Network
Arizona South Asians for Safe Families
Fix The Hurt – John and Linda King
Infincom Print Solutions
Manos Amigos, Green Valley
Naturopaths International (NI)
O’Connor House
SoundlightingF/X inc.
Songwriters for a Cause
Stealthmode Partners
Sundt Foundation
Veteran’s First
Wells Fargo
Zonta Club of the East Valley

Board of Directors –

NATN has built a dynamic Board of Directors who ALL financially contribute to the agency and
offer their experience and expertise on philanthropy and non-profit sustainability, which is lead
by Marilyn Seymann, Founder of the Arizona Foundation for Women.

Financial Investment:

NATN invests every penny of every dollar directly on resident services, education, prevention,
public awareness, and developing resources.

Breakdown of how contributions are invested:

63% – Resident/Direct Services (housing, food, counseling, education groups)

15% – Prevention (training, outreach, and public awareness)

12% – Administration (management, fundraising, special events, consultants)

10% – Community Development (cross training, partnerships, resource development)

To house one (1) woman with comprehensive support services at one of the homes, it
costs $29.70 per day.

To provide housing and on-the-job training to one (1) woman per day, it costs $52.74

For giving opportunities, Donations and Tax Credits please visit our website: