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Fear at Work

Fear is one of the strongest emotions a person feels and exhibits. It’s an emotion we are born with, especially fear of heights and fear of loud noises. Did you know that many of the “management” tactics used in the workplace to drive performance and results are actually counter-productive and cause stress and fear that severely limits their people’s performance? Investigative Interrogation: The CIA and Read More...

Real FACTS About Hypnosis

Most people I speak with about hypnosis have many misconceptions about it. So, here are some real FACTS about hypnosis: 1) You go into hypnosis an average of 7 times each day. Here are some examples: A) You drive somewhere and you don’t remember the how you got there. This is a state of trance. Police have a name for this, “Highway Hypnosis” B) You Read More...

The Truth About Fears Revealed

Fears are a natural part of life and are designed to protect us from hurt and pain. If, for example, you have an experience of almost drowning in the ocean, your mind may cause you to be afraid of ever going into a body of water again. The chances of you having the same traumatic experience in the water again is minute, but the protection mechanism in your mind doesn’t want to Read More...

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What Can You Do in 90 seconds?

When you say “90-Seconds”, you think, “That’s not much time at all!” 90-seconds. A minute-and-a-half. Not much can happen in that amount of time. Or, can it? According to Neuro-Scientist and Neuro-Anatomist Jill Bolte Taylor, 90-seconds is the longest amount of time that an emotion can last in anyone’s body…unless we choose to hold onto it and stay angry after the initial 90 seconds of Read More...

TED Talks Pain and the Brain

I’ve written about pain a few times over the last year because I believe it is an important topic. With so many commercials on TV about pain medicines, pain clinics, and other resources for relief from pain, I continue to see the need to share how easily pain can be removed, both physical and emotional. Even though I have helped scores of people be relieved Read More...

Mental Relief of Physical Pain

Go back to the times when you had these experiences: You ran hot water on yourself in the shower and the area where the hot water was running became numb You laid on an arm or hand when you slept and it “fell asleep” You were busy working or playing a sport and, when you got home, you found you had a bruise or cut Read More...

Living a Life Free of Pain!

What would it be like to life life with minimal, or no, pain? Some thoughts that come to mind are; Wonderful! Fantastic! Awesome! and Unbelievable! It is possible to make this happen for you. I’m going to share with you three quick tips on reducing or eliminating pain just by using the power of your mind. Pain is what we believe it is. Pain is Read More...

Extreme Sadness – How I Have Successfully Helped My Clients

When do you get extremely sad?  When you get sad? Bored? Things just aren’t going well?  When you think about it…it’s depressing! Being extremely sad is a common emotion that humans elicit when things get overwhelming and our minds choose to not feel other emotions for a brief period of time.  Being in the medically defined state of “Depression” is different.  There are numerous definitions for Read More...