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Marjorie Morningstar de Muynck

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Marjorie Morningstar de MUYNCK Age 58, Marjorie Morningstar de Muynck, passed over on January 25, 2011. Her valiant struggle with cancer endured over 11 years, and through it all she lived to perform, compose music, author books, and educate, and was a passionately devoted environmentalist and animal rights activist. She leaves behind her partner, Linda Marie Waller, and her beloved animal family, Dorje Bell, Jimmy Mac and Xena, as well as an extensive family of friends, and her beloved sister Marcia McMichael, niece Morgan and nephew Bryce, mother Dorothy and father Marshall de Muynck. Marjorie was a graduate of the Seattle Institute of Shiatsu, and earned her Master of Music Education from Boston University and was attending the Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, NM in order to become a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a tradition of healing art that she deeply loved. A pioneer in the field of Sound Healing, Marjorie's gifts as a musician and healing arts practitioner merged together as she created new healing modalities, to include Acutonics and most recently the Ohm Therapeutics systems of Sound Healing. Throughout her illustrious life, Marjorie toured the world performing. She was a wind instrument specialist, and a founding member of the Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet. A truly remarkable woman, partner and friend to many, Marjorie will be dearly missed, and her influence will without doubt reach far into the future. She loved this earthly plane and found the sacred in all living things. She was pure of heart and a radiant being who always advocated for the suf- fering. Love and Peace Dear One. If you would like to make a donation in memory of Marjorie, please contact the following organizations: Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary (www.skymountainwild.org) or the Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society (www.SFhumanesociety.org). Thank you.
Published in The Seattle Times on Jan. 30, 2011
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