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Mystical Mind: The Path to Mastership

Nov 16, 2016
Mystical Mind

Sometimes I look back on my life and laugh at how little I knew at a time when I thought I knew it all . . . or almost all! Today, I want to share a story with you that has to do with my introduction to the alternative healing modality known as reiki, even though I can almost cringe at the very thought of my own arrogance! The Scientific Method I first encountered reiki while I was studying hypnosis and psychotherapy, so you would think that I would already be open to alternative therapies. However, you have to realize ...

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Hurtful Words Damage the Brain

Nov 15, 2016
Change Your Brain

In this week’s spotlight I wish to discuss the power of words on our brains. We all remember the old adage, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Well the fact is, this old stale saying is not only false on its face, but research has shown that words can indeed physically alter your brain. Words that Change Neuroscientists Andrew Newberg and Mark Robert Waldman have observed changes in the brain due to the words we use, including those that arise in our thoughts. Think of that for a minute. Words like peace and ...

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What’s In A Subliminal Program?

Nov 11, 2016
InnerTalk

In this week’s newsletter, I want to address the question, What’s in a subliminal program? I was recently asked if all subliminal products are basically the same. The quick answer is absolutely not! Just because a product is labeled as subliminal does not equate to sameness in any way whatsoever. Let me flesh that out some. Silent or Subliminal? Years ago I was asked to assist a company in trouble with an Attorney Generals office for making claims that the AG wanted substantiated. The threat appeared to exist in the evidence demonstrating efficacy from the use of subliminal programs, and ...

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Mind as Healer

Oct 26, 2016
You really can choose to be healthy!

I first met Eldon when he was teaching at the National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in England. It was a two-day workshop and one of the areas he spent quite a bit of time discussing was the mind’s role in health—both as healer and slayer. There are two aspects of his presentation that I want to share with you today: The learned habit of seasonal colds and flues; and The various benefits gained from becoming sick, such as time off work and extra sympathy. Power of the Mind! At that time in my life I would routinely get sick ...

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Self-Help Realism

Oct 19, 2016
Get out of your own way

How far does the power of the mind go? Is it true that absolutely anything is possible if you but believe enough, or believe in the correct way? I have certainly encountered individuals who just ‘know’ they would be able to walk on water or ascend and escape this illusion if they only believed enough. I also recently read a blog by a well-known self-help author who chastised those who would teach the importance of setting small (realistic) goals, stating that anything is possible and you should never limit yourself. What do you think about this? One Step At A ...

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Eliminating the Aging Process

Oct 12, 2016
InnerTalk . . . Believing in yourself always matters!

Man has been searching for the elixir of youth since time immemorial. The ancient Chinese would ingest precious substances such as jade, cinnabar or hematite in the belief that this would confer some longevity. Unfortunately, many of the substances explored were actually toxic. While these solutions may seem ridiculous to us today, the question of how to stay young remains a top priority for many. There are of course many advantages in getting older—for one, you get to watch others grow up and mature. I know I have enjoyed watching my friends and colleagues as they progressed through life, moving ...

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