Practitioner Interview: Richard Perrin

Welcome to Richard Perrin

Certified Resonance Repatterning Practitioner, Toronto, Ontario

Interviewed by Nancy Martin, Certified Practitioner, Providence, RI

Richard, congratulations on becoming a Certified Practitioner! Your colleagues would like to know more about you.

Please tell us about yourself–what you do for a living and what is your background?

Originally from Sydney, Nova Scotia, living now in Toronto, Ontario.  More of an arts background…music, theater, writing.  Have done some film, t.v., commercial work, stage.  Wrote and acted in the play  “Dangerous Dives and How To Do Them,” 2003. I have a new musical comedy in the works,  “A Tango For Tumultuous Times,” and a novel, nearly completed, “Cechetti For The Common Ant.”
I bartend a few nights a week in a hotel bar.

How did you learn about Resonance Repatterning?

I play the harmonium in a chanting/meditation-based Yoga Center, in Toronto.  In 1999, there were some issues within the music department that were requiring some attention.  One of the members of our department is a friend of Carolyn Winter, a Toronto-based Resonance Repatterning Practitioner.  Carolyn was invited to lead us through a group repatterning and quickly and magically changed the frequency around the issue and got us re-oriented in a  direction that we needed to go in.  Our group was once again harmonious!
I immediately contacted her for a private session.  I love her, she is an amazing practitioner and person. In 2003, Kathie Joblin, led the introductory  one-day Resonance Repatterning Workshop, in Toronto. I was hooked!  I spent the next several years taking the Resonance Repatterning Seminars.  I adored the classes, my wonderful teachers, new friends, and  my travels  to Scottsdale, Kansas City, Austin, and Bellingham.

What does Resonance Repatterning mean to you?

Well, I was working through some pretty thorny issues for a number of years, (maybe lifetimes!) and although I had worked through the psychology of the problems, which was hugely beneficial and necessary, I still seemed to attract the same type of  conflicts and difficulties into my life.  With Resonance Repatterning I was able to profoundly shift my frequency around the issues, and that is when I began to notice that life was “showing up”  differently for me.  So for me, it really is a wonderful, magical tool to help us co-create our lives.

What are some examples of a session that stand out in your life?

One that stands out for me was in 2006, Healing the Family Systems 1, with Carin Block, in Toronto.  It was Taking the Parents Repatterning, and I was being repatterned by Carin, for the purpose of modeling this section to the class.  The issue that came up, in regard to taking my father, was that everything in my life was a struggle, a huge strain, since I did not have any ‘”father energy” in my life. In fact,  I had never actually met my biological father, and I never really had that type of support.   Well, a week later I was in the hospital being operated on for a hernia that I had had since birth.  Talk about a physical repercussion to an energetic shift!

What would you like RPA to do for its newest members?

I’m pretty wow-ed!  There is so much support!  It’s awesome.  i.e. Carolyn Winter’s 6-week seminar, Practitioner’s Marketing Toolbox, TurboCharge Your Business with Don Giberson and Karen Kent, and Carolyn’s Blogging Clinic. So I’m working through these seminars, and there is such great material and support here. The journal, these interviews! I think RPA is doing lots!  I am really thrilled.

Do you have a motto?  What five words describe  you?

For my work as a  Resonance Repatterning Practitioner:  A steady, loving presence to help others to connect with their innate wisdom, creativity, and healing potential.

More information about Richard Perrin and his services may be found at his website:  www.holographichands.com

Thank you so much, Richard, for sharing your interests, experience and enthusiasm.

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Author: nancybmartin

Thought Leader on Aging

1 thought on “Practitioner Interview: Richard Perrin”

  1. Hi Richard,
    Welcome to the practitioner ranks. Little did I know way back when I first met you that one day we would be colleagues like this! Congratulations on your journey! And thank you to Nancy for the fine interview. I would like to suggest that we continue to do interviews on a regular basis — everyone has an interesting story to tell, and one that we can all learn from.

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