Doug Ivison's interim webpage
Douglas Ivison's website is undergoing transformation ;) For now, the links below provide information about his Software Development, his interests and availability for Healing Facilitation, and about Brandon Bays' modality, The Journey.
For the original/full notes on our upcoming topic for Admirable Friends,
click here: Buddhist Love A
or here: Buddhist Love B
Software Development -- SQL Server and HP3000
To find out about my expertise as a Software Developer, visit my page on Linked-In:
Summary: Geek with people skills! ;)
I'm skilled both as an employee on teams, and as an autonomous consultant.
Technically: under SQL Server (Windows NT platforms), I developed alot with T-SQL, VBScript, and DTS.
On MPE/iX (HP3000 platforms), I have broad experience, including COBOL, Image, SuprTool, and Cognos PowerHouse (Quiz, QTP).
Applications: I worked with Ecometry (MACS) in both environments, and with AMISYS on the HP-3000.
Major industries: eCommerce, direct-to-consumer retail, and HMOs (health care management).
Healing Faciliation -- Brandon Bays' The Journey, Sedona Method, Reiki...
To find out more about my spiritual interests, and my involvement in CAM (complementary and alternative medicine), visit my page on MySpace:
Brandon Bays' The Journey -- sublinks
How would it be, if your reconciliation with yourself, others, and life was so deep, that it led to physical healing?
-- For more on this deep healing modality, (and a free intro CD), check out: www.LoveEnergy.net
-- For workshops available near you, see: www.LoveMagic.biz
-- To get a free chapter of Brandon's newest book (Freedom Is), click www.CoCreation.us, and request the link be emailed to you.
Is Oneness Personal -- my old web page
I would not call my old webpage a work of art ;) but it does have some powerful content --
declarations re' healing and enlightenment, an integration of transformational concepts...
and a worldview re' love and oneness, that you can use to transform relationships:
unconditional love, conditional involvement.
For my old webpage,
(My next step: make it *look* like an actual webpage, LOL.)