I am delighted to let you know that we have a few new improvements to our RPA website and how we feature practitioners donating wph sessions or writing journal articles.
1. The www.WorldPeaceHologram.com - (wph) is our microsite for practitioners and student practitioners to post their live or proxy wph events. Posts announcing a WPH session are manually posted to a RPAMembers.org CALENDAR of events set up specifically for WPH. This calendar (with your events) is featured in a few places:
We'd love to feature your WPH events here as well. Find out more...
2. The www.RepatterningJournal.com - is our microsite for practitioners and student practitioners to post their articles that help educate the public in a variety of ways, topics, and presentation methods about the work we do. What is new here is that our free wordpress.com journal blog is officially www.rpajournal.wordpress.com . If you happen to click that link it still works, but will now redirect you to our NEW url www.RepatterningJournal.com. Hopefully this will be easier to remember.
PLUS....your recently posted journal articles are also now nicely featured on the www.RPAMembers.org home page in the 3rd widget box near the bottom of the page. Click any article link and it takes you to the repatterningjournal.com site and the article. A link to the journal is also found at the Find a Practitioner page as well.
3. ORIENTATION EVENT June 14th
We'd love to have your articles featured here regularly. Find out more from the Journal team at the upcoming orientation event. https://www.rpamembers.org/event-2943372?CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=6/29/2018
When you start posting items at either site - worldpeacehologram or repatterningjournal you begin to build a web presence with your own archive link of items. Look at the www.RepatterningJournal.com site and click any link for a recent contributor - you are taken to an archive page of that practitioners articles. The same is true of www.WorldPeaceHologram.com. As a practitioner you may use these links to promote your work.
Your comments and questions are welcomed!
President at RPA