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First edition title: Cancer Signals: Take Charge and Win!

 

 

 ABOUT THE AUTHORS

HEALING BY CONTACTING YOUR CELLS

by Barbara Wolf and Margaret Fikioris

 

 

 BARBARA WOLF, born in the U.S.A., is an international lecturer and founder of Global Meditations Network, a vast Internet organization focusing on uniting positive energy with the mass consciousness of humanity to help bring peace, harmony, and balance to the planet. The network web site is http://www.globalmeditations.com.

She is co-author with Margaret Fikioris of HEALING BY CONACTING YOUR CELLS which explains how the coordination of consciousness and energy can bring about successful and peaceful results in the fight against disease, an imbalance that can be global, national, communal, or personal. The book has been translated into nine languages, French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, Slovenian, Russian, Japanese, Urdu, and Hindi.

Her efforts to bring to the world the message of how to achieve peace and harmony has taken her to:

2009, December (and also 2008) Lucknow ,India. Invited speaker at the 6th Global Symposium.
2009 September. Europe. Three locations: The Netherlands, France, Switzerland. Includes participation in September 21 International Peace Day celebrations at the Hague, The Netherlands.
2009 April. Brazil. (Also 2007, 2004, 2002) Guest speaker at Sao Paulo, Fraternidade Pax Universal Center. Three lectures, plus being interviewed on the radio and TV. Also, 2009, Guest speaker in Rio de Janeiro at the center called Espaco Aprender A Conviver.
2008 -- lecturer, Pakistan -- Islamabad, Faisiabad, Lahore. Book published in Urdu.
2008 -- lecturer, Four Netherlands locations: Amsterdam, Ommen, Utrecht, The Hague, Cancer Signals: Take Charge and Win! published in Dutch.
2007 -- lecturer, New Delhi University, India.
2007 -- participant, Call To World Peace conference, Istanbul, .
2007 -- lecturer, Zayed University at Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
2007 -- lecturer, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2007 -- participation, 3rd International Women’s Peace Conference, Dallas, Texas.
2007, 2004, 2002 -- lecturer, Metaphysical Conference, Pax Universal, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
2006, 2005 -- lecturer, the Annual International Conference on Conflict Resolution, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2005 -- world panelist, 11th symposium, Call to World Peace from the Universal Brotherhood, Istanbul, Turkey.
2005 -- speaker, European University Center for Peace Studies, Stadtschlaining, Austria.
2004 -- participant, peace pole ceremonies, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2004 -- participating, The World Peace Prayer Society, Mr. Fuji, Japan
2002 -- speaker, the US-China Women’s Issues Conference, Beijing, China.
2001 -- co-presenter of peace pole at a World Peace Concert, Manchester, England.
2001 -- copresenter of peace pole at the World Conference on Spirituality and Peace, The Hague The Netherlands.
2001 -- speaker, The World Peace Prayer Society, Hiroshima, Japan.
2001 -- participation in peace ceremonies, The World Peace Prayer Society, Washington D.C.
2000 -- delegate at First Global Peoples Assembly For Peace, Samoa, South Pacific.
2000 -- speaker, The World Peace Prayer Society, Hiroshima, Japan.
2000 -- International Election Supervisor in Kosovo.
2000 -- participant in World Peace Prayer Ceremonies in New York City at the United Nations.
1999 -- speaker, The Hague Appeal for Peace Conference, The Netherlands.
1999 -- speaker, the 7th Annual International Conference on Conflict Resolution, St. Petersburg, Russia.
1999 -- planted The Hague Appeal for Peace conference peace pole in front of the Peace Palace, The Hague, home of the International Court of Justice.
1999 -- helped plant a peace pole with Israelis and Palestinians at Gaza, The Middle East.

Barbara Wolf is a member of World Citizen Diplomats.

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MARGARET FIKIORIS, born U.S.A., is an international lecturer speaking about the relationship of consciousness to personal healing and world peace. She is co-author with Barbara Wolf of their book which is now translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Japanese, Urdu, Slovenian, and Russian. Her profession is that of a museum consultant specializing in the care of historic fabrics, and she has been a technical adviser for the conservation of The Star-Spangled Banner, the U.S. national flag, at The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

2009, speaker, Awakening Planetary Consciousness, Global Symposium 2009.
2009, Europe, three locations -- The Netherlands, France, Switzerland. Participated in a peace ceremony at The Hague for the September 21 International Day of Peace.
2009, speaker, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Fraternidade Pax Universal, and at Rio de Janeiro, lecturer at the Center, Espaco Aprender A Conviver.
2009, United Nations, participant at 39th Annual UN Ringing of the Peace Bell on Earth Day, sponsored by the Earth Society Foundation.
2008, lecturer, Lucknow, India, 5th Global Symposium.
2008, lecturer, Pakistan -- Islamabad, Faisiabad, Lahore. Book published in Urdu.
2008, lecturer, Four Netherlands locations: Amsterdam, Ommen, Utrecht, The Hague. Book published in Dutch.
2007, lecturer, New Delhi University, India.
2007, lecturer, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
2007, lecturer, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2007, participation, 3rd International Women's Peace Conference, Dallas, Texas.
2007, 2004, and 2003, lecturer, Metaphysical Conference, Pax Universal, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
2006, 2005, lecturer, the Annual International Conference on Conflict Resolution 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia,
2005, lecturer, at the European University Center for Peace Studies, Stadschlaining, Austria.
2004, participant, peace pole ceremonies, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2004, participating, The World Peace Prayer Society, Mr. Fuji, Japan.
2002, speaker at the US-China Women’s Issues Conference, Beijing, China; and consultant for The Barnes Foundation Collection Assessment Project (Textiles).
2001, speaker, The World Peace Prayer Society, Hiroshima, Japan.
2001, participating in peace ceremonies, The World Peace Prayer Society, Washington D.C.
2000, speaker at the The World Peace Prayer Society, Hiroshima, Japan.
2000, delegate at the First Global Peoples Assembly for Peace, Samoa.
2000, participant in World Peace Prayer Ceremonies in New York City at the United Nations.
1998 to 2002, member of the Technical Advisory Committee, The Star-Spangled Banner Project, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.
1991-1996, Faculty, Collections Care Training Program, sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums, the Museum Studies Program and the Art Conservation Program of the University of Delaware.
1990-1993, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Museum Studies Program, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City.
1974-1991, Adjunct Associate Professor, The Art Conservation Program of the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum.
1967-1990, Textiles Conservator, The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum.

Member of World Citizen Diplomats.