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- News Release — contemplative book published
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Articles by Mayte-Picco-Kline
- Sharing in the Way of Inner Peace
- Focus is Manifestation, An Approach to Life
- Focus is Manifestation II
- Transcending Cultures in our Global Village
- Becoming an American Citizen
- Honoring Peace Pilgrim
- Talking to Children About Peace
- The Meaning of Relinquishments
In The News
Lancaster Online.com review: "Psychologist and counselor Mayte Picco-Kline shares the spiritual principles she uses to guide her own life and those of clients worldwide in a new book, Wholeness in Living: Kindling the Inner Light. "Her 120-page paperback contains the basic philosophy that "God exists in all," and she communicates her profound sense of unity with all that leads to inner peace."
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Honoring Peace Pilgrim, Originally published in the Friends of Peace Pilgrim Newsletter – Winter 2009 Peace Pilgrim became my inspiration from the very first time I had the opportunity to hear about her, 20 years ago, and I wish to share my appreciation as I see her Light and Love shining eternally bright on Earth. Her dramatization of the way of Peace has transforming power and she continues to influence my own work for peace in expanding ways. Thank you, Peace! In the depths of my being I now know . . .
- Peace is the sole and only source of happiness and resides within me.
- A quiet, indwelling peace…
- A perfect, satisfying peace…
- A joyous celebration of life and of all that is!
Fulfilling Mission for Peace, Originally published in the Friends of Peace Pilgrim Newsletter – Winter 2003/4 An encounter with Peace Pilgrim's life and work in 1990 when the “Desert Storm” war was about to begin marked the beginning of a transformation in the fulfillment of my mission. She became an inspiration at a time when I was deeply contemplating my next steps in a strong desire to work for Peace after a joyful career in the field of organizational psychology. What became most powerful about Peace Pilgrim's message was the idea that we will only have peace in the world when enough of us experience inner peace. She touched what was at the core of my own inner knowing, and my desire to expand from there brought new light for the road ahead.
Academic Seminar and Dedication Ceremony, Originally published in the Friends of Peace Pilgrim Newsletter – Spring/Summer 2001 Cheryl Canfield and Mayte Picco-Kline were co-leaders of an Academic Seminar held at the University for Peace of the United Nations in Costa Rica. Mayte writes, "When I think about Costa Rica many vivid memories come to me about the special celebration we had for Peace Pilgrim. One of the most touching moments was when Ann and John Rush answered questions about the Peace Pilgrim Center from participants at the Academic Seminar. It was inspiring to hear how such a widespread peace network has evolved in the last 18 years.”
Spanish Translator, Originally published in the Friends of Peace Pilgrim Newsletter – Fall/Winter 1996 Mayte Picco-Kline, a former executive of the Ford Motor Company in Mexico City translated the PEACE PILGRIM book into Spanish. She also edited Pasos (Spanish STEPS) that had been translated in Venezuela by Amado Seba. Now she answers correspondence in Spanish and publishes Enlace Internacional, a newsletter for Spanish speaking Friends of Peace Pilgrim.
Peace Pilgrim in Spanish, Originally published in the Friends of Peace Pilgrim Newsletter – Springtime 1992 What a wonderful moment in my life when I first watched the video INTRODUCING PEACE PILGRIM. I will never forget the peaceful feelings I experienced that beautiful spring evening — everything looked so harmonious! After reflecting for a few moments I knew that my job was to make available her profound message to all the people whose first language is Spanish.