Metaphors of Healing

April 22nd, 2016 by



It has been some time since my last blog as I have been traveling and was recently in the hospital for surgery (nothing too serious). However, I am pressed for time to write a new blog and hope that you wouldn’t mind if I resuscitate one of my previous (and favourite) blogs.


Metaphors of Healing



Shamans, or technicians of the sacred, are the oldest group of healers going back at least 20,000 years. Tribally, they are considered to be magico – religious professionals who at first must experience a psychotic breakdown which lends to a breakthrough of consciousness. They are then able to travel out-of-body into other domains and retrieve the necessary information for healing from benevolent spirit animals. They also meet with the negative or evil entities responsible for the illness and work out a bargain to engage them in the healing process.


The “modern” roots of healing began in China over 5000 years ago and their healing metaphor is that the body is like a garden. The human landscape embodies the primal forces of nature – Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water – that organize the body’s inner air, rivers and mountains. The primary healing metaphor is Qi – a universal subtle energy and the force that sustains life. The existence of Qi has been validated in a number of laboratories and illness develops when there is a depletion of Qi in one or more of the twelve meridians that circulate energy to all parts of the body.


The Philippine healers or so-called spiritual or psychic surgeons claim their healing metaphor is the power of Saints, such as Saint Joseph or Saint Beatrice, who channel energies through the healer while he or she is in a deeply altered trance-like state. The healer is then able to either create an opening of the body with their bare hands or materialize a tumor or tissue representing the illness. Despite what you may have heard to the contrary, I have witnessed thousands of psychic openings of the body and on two occasions was invited to place my hands inside the opening and pulled my hand back covered with warm, wet blood.


The healing metaphor in Brazil is the spirits of individuals who were formally doctors or surgeons that return to the earth plane and perform crude surgeries with crude instruments using the healer as their channel. The patient is not anesthetized and feels no pain, there is no infection despite the non-sterile environment. One Brazillian psychic surgeon in trance would incorporate the spirit of a deceased German doctor and bark out orders in German during surgery but when in his state of normal alert consciousness, he would have no recollection of the surgery, nor could he speak any language other than Portuguese.


In Africa, ancestors are allegedly the source of healing as they channel their energy or information through Sangomas or witch doctors who then perform the appropriate ceremonies. When I was in Togo, West Africa, I spent several days with a Sangoma who claimed all his powers came from several of his ancestors. He and his wife invited me for dinner one evening and as a demonstration of his power, he pointed his finger at a chicken which was 15 or 20 feet away in his back yard. His face went “a little strange” as he was pointing and the chicken fell over – dead – and became our dinner. Needless to say – I hope he would never have occasion to point his finger at me.


Ancient Greece had over 165 ‘sleep temples’ where people would attend for healing – particularly dream healing. While a person was guided into reverie or the twilight state of sleep, the temple priest or priestess would involve one of the gods from the pantheon of gods to provide the healing information while the person remained in the borderline theta-state of consciousness which is highly open and receptive to suggestions.


In a rather harsh metaphor of western medicine, Internest Dr. Larry Dossey pointed out that in our culture, the body is viewed as a machine that can be dismantled into smaller and smaller constituent parts with the heart as a pump, the lungs as bellows, the joints as gears, the brain as a computer, the eye as a camera and so forth. The outlook of medicine is war on disease with the doctor as general, disease as the enemy and the patient as occupied territory – and the goal is to eradicate symptoms and maximize performance. The only tools are to cut (surgery), burn (radiation) or poison (pharmaceuticals) – which have become the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.


I have a much more charitable view of our western medicine but for some people, the machine metaphor certainly applies.


There are dozens of other cultures with similar or differing metaphors of healing but Dreamhealer Adam upholds a scientific metaphor for his healing protocol. He self-induces a rather deep and profound level of trance and then projects himself into the third ventricle or near the center of the brain of the client which in ancient literature is described as the Cave of Brahma or the Crystal Palace and is considered the source of our so-called Third Eye – through which we obtain intuitive insights.


According to Osteopathic surgeon Dr. John Upledger, the founder of Cranial Sacral Therapy, the cerebrospinal system is the seat of all experience in the body. The cerebrospinal fluid is in constant motion through the Cave of Brahma (third ventricle), the other ventricles and throughout the complete cranio-sacral nervous system.


Shamans, mystics, healers and visionaries of many cultures have gone into the “Cave of Brahma” for many healing and transformative experiences. In deep meditation, as one’s eyes look upwards and within with practice, in the center of the Cave of Brahma, one can begin to sense a “scintillating white star” which will become brighter and brighter as one goes into a deeper meditative state. Have you noticed how many paintings of saints, when you look at their eyes – all you can see is the whites of their eyes – suggesting that they are looking inward to the Cave of Brahma.


Back to Dreamhealer Adam – while he has projected his consciousness to the clients “cave” he senses what he calls the “quantum hologram” or holographic mini-map of the person and their health issues. With intent, compassion and focus, Adam then projects healing energy to transmute the dissonance or negative resonance or vibrations into consonance and the optimal vibrations for health and healing.


Based on the discussions with Adam and my review of the mystical literature of the Cave of Brahma, I have developed a powerful hypnotic healing process incorporating the metaphor of the “Cave” and have successfully utilized it with many clients. More importantly, I have taught several clients how to practice and employ this powerful self-hypnosis, self-healing metaphor/technique on their own.



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February 15th, 2016 by

Many of you who know me know that I have had a long time interest in non-ordinary, paranormal phenomena which I have documented in my book Miracles and Other Realities. I would like to begin by discussing a very special type of brain. These brains are very special in that they can detect the minutest change in light, sound, smell and touch, delicately and accurately integrate the actions of many muscles and regulate the functions of the body’s many organs for optimal conditions of life. They can learn from experience and they can communicate with each other through simple language. They are very sensitive to electrical and magnetic fields and ultra-violet light, they can analyze the Read the rest of this entry »

Cross Cultural Hypnotic-like Procedures

December 18th, 2015 by

Greetings Bloggers,

I have been busy the past week or so writing an article on hypnosis. So I thought why not share the article with you.

The historical roots of hypnosis reach back many centuries to tribal rituals and the practice of native shamans. Agogino (1965) stated “The history of hypnotism may be as old as the practice of shamanism” and also described hypnotic –like procedures used in the court of the Pharaoh Kufu in 3766 B.C. Agogino adds the priests in the healing temples of Ascelpius (commencing in the 4th century B.C.) induced their clients in “temple sleep” by “hypnosis and auto-suggestion” while the ancient Druids chanted over their clients until a trance-like state was achieved. It was also noted that herbs were used to enhance verbal suggestions by native healers in pre-Columbian Central and South America. Read the rest of this entry »

Marijuana and the Developing Brain

November 30th, 2015 by

More states are legalizing marijuana, but concerns remain about its long-term effects on the adolescentbrain. Much of the long-term cognitive effects of cannabis have focused on heavy users. It is not clear whether there is a safe level of use. Nor is it known whether the brain changes associated with marijuana use are permanent or if the brain can recover with time. Read the rest of this entry »

Secrets of Manifestation

October 30th, 2015 by

I wrote a blog on the mysteries of manifestation over five years ago. Since many of my clients are requesting techniques and “how to’s” for manifesting or creating different realities or outcomes in their lives, I thought I would update that information and provide you with another (and my favorite) manifestation technique.
The three most basic tools of manifestation are trust, expectation and power.
Trust – is to trust totally in yourself and release and to completely release any doubts about failure. To trust whatever programming technique you decide to use will work. Read the rest of this entry »

Communicating with your Subconscious

September 10th, 2015 by

Greetings Bloggers!

In previous blogs, it was established that our life is a printout of our beliefs which are formed between the ages of two and twelve. Thus, if there is an area of your life that has too many speed bumps – that isn’t working out to your satisfaction – it is important to identify the limiting belief so that you can stop “breathing life” into the old belief and replace it with a new, more positive, empowering belief.

While there are several hypnotic techniques that can be used in a diagnostic manner, the easiest and perhaps the most effective technique is to utilize a pendulum. Read the rest of this entry »

The Other Side of the Mind

July 23rd, 2015 by

Greetings Bloggers!

Several years ago, I was invited to present a paper at a conference in Montreal that bore the heading – “The Future of Consciousness”. Following my presentation I scanned the program for possible papers or workshops I might be interested in attending. What caught my attention was a seminar by Russian psychologist Dr. Vladimir Raikov titled “The Other Side of the Mind”.

The room was packed, standing room only. His presentation illuminated a beacon of human potential that up to now had been ignored by western science. Dr. Raikov’s specialty was hypnosis and he worked mostly with students in their twenties who attended the Moscow Pedagogical Institute. He described how he would select, for example, a science or physics major with the artistic skills of drawing stick figures at best, but not much more. He would then trance train them, guide them into a deeply absorbed hypnotic state and to use his term, “artificially reincarnate” them into becoming a famous artist such as Repin, the famous Russian painter of the early 20th century or the 16th century Renaissance artist, Raphael. Read the rest of this entry »


June 4th, 2015 by

In a previous blog, I wrote about Kim Peek, who is a developmentally disabled man who was the inspiration for the movie “Rain Man”. He is autistic and needs help getting dressed. However, he has memorized 7600 books by heart as well as every area code, highway, zip code and every television station in the U.S. Oh, in addition, his MRI revealed that he has no left brain, no corpus callosum and his cerebellum is one third of the size of ours. The title of my blog on Kim was – “Is the Brain Really Necessary?”.
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Building a Better Brain

April 6th, 2015 by

Evidence is accumulating that the brain works a lot like a muscle – the harder you use it – he more it grows. Although scientists had long believed the brain’s circuitry was hand-wired by adolescence and in flexibility in adulthood, it’s newly discovered ability to change and adapt is apparently with us well into old age. Best of all, this research has opened up an exciting world of possibilities for treating strokes and head injuries – and warding off Alzheimer’s disease.

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Building Personal Power (continued)

February 5th, 2015 by

Greetings Bloggers,

Let us continue in examining the most part of our beingness in the world—our self-estimate or self-esteem.

What I would like to segue into now is to describe some of the qualities of low self-esteem. As we become aware of certain qualities – with awareness – comes the potential for change – the opportunity to begin scraping off some of the psychological barnacles – that we all have – to varying degrees – on our cruise ship Read the rest of this entry »

Building Personal Power

December 8th, 2014 by

Greetings Bloggers,

It has been quite a while since my last blog.  The reason being that about five – six weeks ago, very dark outside, I tripped and fell.  I fractured two ribs, punctured my lung and banged up my knee.  To paraphrase Winston Churchill – those were not my finest hours.  However, I am 90% improved and getting better every day.
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Breakthroughs of the Future Mind

October 3rd, 2014 by

Greetings Bloggers,

                Let us begin our exploration of the latent human potential – or future mind – residing in each of us by looking into the field of Dissociative Identity Disorder, formerly referred to as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD).  For our purposes, I will use the older, more familiar designation.  Multiples have much to teach us about exceptional human performance and accelerated healing.  Multiples can range from having just one alter, or additional personality to as many as 36 alters.  Each alter may differ in terms of visual functioning and pupil size.  For example, I was treating a multiple who was legally blind, and registered with the Canadian Institute of the Blind in one state, and seconds later, would switch to another alter with 20/20 vision.  One alter may be color blind; the other alters are not.
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Waking Hypnosis

September 8th, 2014 by

Dear Bloggers,

Both the Delphic Oracles and Socrates’ most frequent admonition to their devotees and students was “Know Thyself”. What did they mean by this seemingly simple philosophical adage? Be quiet for 30 seconds and listen.

 Psychologists and neuroscientists have established that every person in the world carries on an ongoing inner Read the rest of this entry »

The Physics of Consciousness

August 18th, 2014 by

Greeting Bloggers!

                I apologize for the delay in getting this blog out but I had major thigh surgery six weeks ago and am finally back to full recovery.

                With the increasing sophistication of many people, as a reflection of their exposure to Net, after-dinner discussion, conversations with friends, and an increasing focus on spirituality, meaning and purpose – one of the Read the rest of this entry »

Cross-Cultural Trances

July 16th, 2014 by

As many of you may know, I am very active in the hypnosis community.  Despite having utilized hypnosis for a number of years and practicing self-hypnosis almost every day for relaxation, accelerating the healing response, suggesting healing dreams and other applications I am still somewhat puzzled as to how to define hypnosis.  Since hypnosis is a social construct or term from the 19th century, perhaps the older usage of the term is incorrect.  It makes more sense to utilize the word “trance” or “hypnotic-like” procedures. Read the rest of this entry »

All About Love

May 28th, 2014 by

The English language has only one word for love, and is used synonymously for almost everything.  One can say “I love my wife” and “I love a good dessert”.  Both are using the same word but it is the context that provides the difference in meaning.  The Greeks, on the other hand, have four different words to describe love and its different nuances so that we can expand the bandwidth and understanding of this powerful word and heartfelt emotions.
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Men’s Brains/Women’s Brains

May 1st, 2014 by

While men and women are equal in intellectual capacity and intelligence, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found striking differences in how men’s and women’s brains are wired.  In one brain region, women have more connections between left and right hemispheres and men, within Read the rest of this entry »

More intellectual hiccups

March 26th, 2014 by

It is that time again.  Following is a further collection of naughty irreverence, quotes, reflective meanderings, bon mots, cheeky impudence, mischievious playfulness and speculative anarchy (I will be repeating a few of my favorites from a previous “hiccups” blog). Read the rest of this entry »

Does Consciousness Pervade the Universe?

February 28th, 2014 by

In his book,  Entangled Minds, psychologist Dr. Dean Radin described the use of a random event generator in what he described as field consciousness experiments.
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Is the brain really necessary?

February 7th, 2014 by


Is the Brain really necessary?

Really, Lee?  What kind of a question is that?  Well, let’s find out.
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Right brain/left brain integration

January 3rd, 2014 by

Dear Bloggers,

I am hoping that you all had a wonderful, happy and festive season – and like most of us, slowly easing back into the reality of everyday life.

This blog is about reviewing an old concept about brain dominance that has been around for over 150 years.  Psychiatrist Carl Hammerschlag, in his book  The Dancing Healers wrote… “to heal ourselves or to help heal others, we need to reconnect magic and science, our right and left brains”.
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Positive and Negative Healing

November 27th, 2013 by

Dear Bloggers,

I recently wrote a letter for our hypnosis society as I do every month.  One of our members found it so interesting, they suggested I also send it out as a blog – so here it is…

One of the most carefully documented studies of healing was conducted by Dr. Bernard Grad, a biologist and gerontologist at McGill University. I had occasion to be in Montreal and spent one afternoon with Dr. Grad who I found to be a very open yet cautious and conservative scientist. He graciously reviewed some of his ongoing research projects on healing and provided me with a reprint of one of his most well known studies.
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Building Blocks of the Brain

November 7th, 2013 by

Greetings Bloggers,

In this blog, I would like to spend some time on our greatest asset – our brain, and its basic building blocks.

In 1993, several experiments were conducted by the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command to asses if individual cells had some type of memory.  White blood cells or leukocytes were scraped from the mouth of a volunteer and centrifuged to separate the solution which was Read the rest of this entry »

Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker

September 26th, 2013 by

Greetings Bloggers,

I just finished reading Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, psychiatric drugs and the astonishing rise of mental illness in America by Robert Whitaker.

The main theme of this well documented book (over 400 research references) is that Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI’s – anti-depressant medications) ‘may’ work on a short-term basis but they are definitely long-term failures and that psychiatric drugs and their side effects contribute to the alleged epidemic of mental illness in America. Read the rest of this entry »

Emotional Freedom Technique – Part III

September 9th, 2013 by

I would now like to explain why EFT works and then guide you through the sequence.

When you bring stress on line by thinking about a limiting belief , such as “I only get dead-end jobs” or “I am not respected by my peers” or “I am not worthy of success”, depending on the nature of the negative emotion this will cause one or more of the meridians to seize up like a kink in Read the rest of this entry »

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) – Part II

August 14th, 2013 by

Let us now move on to the origins of EFT – why and how it works.

Clinical psychologist Dr. Roger Callahan was a successful cognitive behavioural therapist but became interested in applied Kinesiology and subsequently took over 275 hours of training in different schools of Applied Kinesiology, along with studying Chinese meridian Therapy.  He worked closely along with psychiatrist Dr. John Diamond and Chiropractor Dr. George Goodheart.  Through a series of trial and errors, he developed a series of acupressure treatment points on different energy meridians and ended up calling his treatment “Thought Field Therapy”, Read the rest of this entry »

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) – Part 1

July 26th, 2013 by

Dear bloggers,

When I first took my training for EFT over 20 years ago, the concept of Energy Psychology was relatively unheard of.  Today, EFT is practiced in over 57 countries with an expanding body of research published in peer review journals to support it.

EFT has proved effective with almost any kind of anxiety and stress, it works for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic attacks, simple Read the rest of this entry »

Magic: Toward A Re-enchantment of the World

June 24th, 2013 by

Dear Bloggers,

The following is a “Letter from the President” that I sent to all the members of our hypnosis society.

Several of our members enjoyed the letter so much they suggested I should send it off as a blog – so here it is – enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »

The physics of consciousness

May 16th, 2013 by


In my last blog, I discussed miracles and how some rare individuals, like Maria have the extraordinary gift of healing which I suggested much be rooted in a much deeper reality – the quantum domain of physics.

Over 100 years ago, Einstein stunned the scientific world and won the Nobel Prize by describing how light could appear as either a Read the rest of this entry »

I’m back!

April 19th, 2013 by

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Metaphors of Healing

October 12th, 2012 by

Greetings!  In this blog, I would like to focus on how each country has their own culture specific metaphor of healing.

Shamans, or technicians of the sacred, are the oldest group of healers going back at least 20,000 years.  Tribally, they are Read the rest of this entry »

Cell Talk or Plants Never Die

July 31st, 2012 by

Greetings and I apologize for the rather long interruption between blogs.

Cleve Backster is a scientist, who following World War II served with the US Counter Intelligence Corps and became a polygraph specialist with the CIA where he instituted their still active polygraph program.  He served many years as the Chairman of The Research Read the rest of this entry »

Intellectual Hiccups: Part Two

May 24th, 2012 by

Greetings! To continue with scandalizing your intellects, more cheekiness, bon mots, cerebral aberrations, standing on logical shaky stilts and hopefully, some humorous silliness:

Intellectual Hiccups

March 30th, 2012 by


This blog will be quite different than what has been offered in previous presentations.

Following is a collection of naughty irreverence, quotes, reflective meanderings, bon mots, cheeky impudence, mischievious playfulness and speculative anarchy.

  • One of the intellectual contortions in science – in order to preserve certain theories is that the universe sprang from nothing into something in a billion billionth of a second. Read the rest of this entry »

Epigenesis: The New Biology – Part II

March 2nd, 2012 by

In our previous blog, comparisons were made between the “old” biology – Darwinism, with its emphasis upon the DNA code inside our cells and where evolution is the result of the population evolving over centuries.

Epigenesis on the other hand can be created by an individual influencing their own genetic printout as the result of one’s consciousness, diet, toxins, social rituals, predators, sexual cues – all of which can effect gene Read the rest of this entry »


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Epigenesis: The New Biology

January 16th, 2012 by

Charles Darwin’s monumental work – The Origin of Species in 1859, with its emphasis upon natural selection – which preserves minor advantageous genetic mutations, the struggle for survival where the inferior members of the same species would gradually die out, thereby leading to the theory of survival of the fittest.  Darwin’s theory essentially is that we live in a claw and dagger universe.  In addition, whether you are a bird, fish, banana or human being, we have all descended from a common ancestor – which 4.5 billion years ago was a microscopic unicellular portion of the primordial ooze or sludge.  However, there are missing links in Darwin’s theory that cannot Read the rest of this entry »

Back to the Past for an Optimal Future

December 12th, 2011 by


Increasingly, many physicians and psychologists are working more and more with chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune disorders, arthritis and so forth.  Hypnosis is a powerful technique for mediating mind/body problems.  However, the following study suggests that “waking hypnosis” can have a powerful impact on dehypnotizing ourselves from our “belief trances”. Read the rest of this entry »

The King’s Touch and the Placebo Response

November 4th, 2011 by

While King Charles II was traveling in his carriage along with an entourage of escorts and followers, the carriage broke down.  As the King was alighting from the carriage, the hem of his garment accidentally touched a man with a horrible skin condition.  Within two days, the skin condition was totally healed.  Word got around and eventually back to King Charles that the King possessed the healing touch.

Many sick people petitioned the King to “touch” them and be obliged, healing Read the rest of this entry »

Placebos – Particles of Faith

October 3rd, 2011 by

In my last blog, I discussed the role that the placebo response has played in influencing SSRI research outcome.

What is placebo?  Put simply, the placebo effect is the biological impact of believing in a medical treatment.  Incidentally, the history of the word placebo is revealing.  It is the first word of a chant in medieval funeral rites – “placebo domino” – “I shall please the Lord” and professional mourners were paid to sing placebos.  Their chanting was believed to be of value Read the rest of this entry »

Listening to Prozac – Hearing Placebo

August 26th, 2011 by

I just finished reading The Emperor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth by psychologist Dr. Irving Kirsch.

Like his colleagues, Kirsch spent years referring patients to psychiatrists to have their depression treated with drugs.  Because of mixed feedback from his patients on the efficacy of SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors), eventually however he decided to Read the rest of this entry »

The Prodigal Son Returns

August 2nd, 2011 by

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Hypnosis: A Window Into The Soul of Healing (Part II)

July 3rd, 2010 by

I just returned from three weeks of relaxation and rejuvenation in Banff and am looking forward to completing the second part of this blog on hypnosis.

Let us begin with another of my favorite definitions of hypnosis:

A mysterious intelligence often comes into play during hypnotic suggestion…this perhaps, Read the rest of this entry »

Hypnosis: A Window Into The Soul of Healing

May 15th, 2010 by

This will the first of two postings on one of my favorite subjects and what I utilize quite extensively in my practice – the clinical applications of hypnosis.

Since the dawn of recorded time, over 20,000 years ago, indigenous tribes and emerging cultures utilized drumming and trance dancing to create ecstatic interludes and transpersonal experiences in order to explore higher and deeper octaves of consciousness.  The Druids, Vikings, Hindu priests, holy men of all religions wrote about and described Read the rest of this entry »

Mysteries and Secrets of Manifestation

April 12th, 2010 by

In our last blog, I discussed three keys for creating or manifesting desired outcomes or goals in your life. The focus of this blog will be to expand on my earlier comments and provide different perspectives for creating your most optimal future.

One of the oldest and most spiritual cultures that goes back over 3000 years is the Huna or Kahuna philosophy of Hawaii and Polynesia.  Huna means Secret and the fundamental idea in Huna philosophy is that we each create our own personal experience of reality by our beliefs, interpretations, thoughts and feelings – and that we are creating and are co-creators with the universe itself.  Huna is all about learning to do that consciously. Read the rest of this entry »

Beyond the Secret

March 16th, 2010 by

One of the most successfully popularized and widely read books that offers the attainment of whatever you wish for – financial abundance, the ideal mate or whatever other hallmarks of successful life is contained in The Secret by author Rhonda Bryne.  The key concept in The Secret is the law of attraction, which states simply that “like attracts like”.  Each of us vibrates at a specific frequency giving off waves of mental energy and intent that are like a psychic magnet, attracting back into the here and now whatever the content of our mental broadcast may have been. Read the rest of this entry »

The Future Creates the Present – NOT the Past!

February 20th, 2010 by

Most of us have been raised with the belief that the past creates the present.  This can give rise to feeling that “I am a product or victim of my past”.  Perhaps, a better way of rephrasing the old belief might be – the future creates the present against the backdrop of the past.

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You Always Get What You Want – Which May Not Be What You Are Asking For

February 1st, 2010 by

What this enigmatic statement suggests is that your reality is created by your beliefs.  These beliefs, which are usually subconscious, are often the result of life-long programming.  Our beliefs form attitudes about the world and ourselves.  From these attitudes, we develop behaviors and it is the self-defeating behaviors we wish to change.

But, how are our beliefs formed or created?

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Self-Esteem – The Immune System of the Mind

January 22nd, 2010 by

Greetings and welcome to my first blog posting of what hopefully will be a series of blogs that will vary in content but, with the underlying themes of personal development and expanding consciousness.

I am a clinical psychologist in private practice specializing in the applications of hypnosis, EMDR, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to a variety of clinical issues. I have also served as a Sport Psychologist with a number of world-class athletes and Read the rest of this entry »

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