Reiki Energy Healing Kansas City

5 minute Reiki Healing Transmission wCallie

Welcome to this 5 minute Reiki Healing Transmissionwith me! Callie. All you have to do is just take some deep breaths, relax, and then openup to receive the energy. Thank you so much for joining. That was your little 5 minute Reiki blast with me, Callie. I offer private sessions online, on the phone, orperson hereSanta Monica. I hope you will join me! onenesswithin Sending you lots of love!!!.

Kansas Conservation the 5th Fuel ENERGY QUEST USA

Narrator: Kansas, a land ofwheat, and corn, and tle. In the heart of the country,it's number 48 out of all 50 statesin energy efficiency. So this is a placewhere energy conservation can really make a difference. Come on, girls. Our region isa region of farmers. We are famously conservativeand we have talked

from the beginningabout putting the conserve backconservative. Narrator: According to a studyby the Natural Resources Defense Council, improvementsin energy efficiency have the potential to delivermore than $700 billioncost savingsin the U.S. alone. But, they say motivatingconsumers to take action is the key to unlockingthis potential

and that was the aimof Nancy Jackson's Climate and Energy project, with its Take Charge!Challenge. Kansans are patriotic,Kansans are hardworking, Kansans are humble. Narrator: And Kansans arecomitive. You all are comingagainst Ottawa, Baldwin City, and Paola,so really,

you gotta beatthose guys, yesé Do you want to help usbeat Manhattané Narrator:2011 was the second year for the Take Charge! Challenge,a friendly comition among 16 communities arrangedin four regional groups aiming to reducetheir local energy use. Some of the lowest cost,most effective ways that you can take ownership ofyour energy future

is taking ownershipof the efficiency and the conservationof your house or your business. Narrator:Ray Hammarlund's office used federal stimulus dollarsto fund four prizes of $100,000 for each of the four regionsin the comition. Just as important asthe grand prize, $25,000 went to each community to fund local coordinatorswho took the lead

galvanizinggrassroots efforts. Here's how the challengeworkedIola. The challenge startedin January of this year and ends October 1st. You're required to have threecommunity events. We're going to havea lot more than that. Today, we are at the FightThe Energy Hog Festival. Becky Nilges: I love the hog.

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