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Patricia Cardona

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Member since: Mar 03, 2012

Patricia Morris Cardona, MS, APRN, BC, graduated from the University of Michigan with a Masters Degree in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and a Clinical Specialist Certification as a therapist.

Patricia studied alternative healing and spirituality with many teachers and sacred sites in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru, England and Ireland in order to enhance her natural abilities, which she uses to assist clients with their healing and growth. Patricia has studied with the following spiritual teachers: Swami Chetananda, a Kundalini Master; Chunyi Lin, A Qigong Master; Michael Silverman, a Heart/Mind Master; Hunbatz Men, a Mayan Elder Shaman; Don Alejandro, a Guatemalan, Mayan Elder; Master Nazul, a Mayan Elder; Anna Marie Vergara, a Mayan Fire Priestess; Willaru Huayta, a Peruvian Elder; Pa'Ris'Ha, a Cherokee Elder; and Eagle Man, Oglala Sioux Elder.

Through intuitive counseling, Patricia helps individuals obtain a greater understanding of the movements or changes in thought process or actions that will help create healthier and happier lives, work and relationships. Patricia helps the individual with the use of meditation to connect with and recognize their own higher spiritual movement. She actively works to help them remember the feeling response of connecting with the light and love energies available to us all. During her free time, Patricia enjoys flying as a Private Pilot.

As part of development of Mind, Body and Spirit, she currently holds a 1st Degree Black Belt in Aiki-Ninjutsu, under Kan-cho Thomas Jotoshi Maienza, and a 3rd Degree black belt in To-shin Do (a descendent of Ninjutsu). Patricia also, studied hands-on healing with the Alive Polarity Fellowship. Patricia works with an individual's energy fields to remove negative energies, enliven, realign, and refresh the field. She teaches the individual various methods that can be used to work with their own energy fields, to continue to stabilize and heal on a daily basis.

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