Tag Archives: beliefs
Christian de Quincey

The Nature Of Consciousness with Christian de Quincey, Ph.D.

Christian de Quincey thinks, rather than saying we create our own reality, it is more accurate to say, “Each of us participates in co-creating a shared reality.” He describes beliefs as “Frozen fragments of consciousness, a snapshot of reality.”

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John J. Prendergast

Tap Into Your Inner Knowing Through The Body with John J. Prendergast, Ph.D.

Rather than trying to leap over our dark thoughts, John J. Predergast suggests that they can be pointers and allies in the process of living our lives with fullness.

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Gail Brenner

The Direct Route To Abiding Peace with Gail Brenner, Ph.D.

Are we limited, damaged, and inadequate? Gail Brenner says we are not. She understands that the self-help movement can be useful, but believes that we possess the capacity to spontaneously find inner peace. She shares ideas for shedding the stories and thought patterns that bring about negative feelings.

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Christine Page

Illness As A Message From The Soul with Christine Page, M.D.

Page suggests there is an underlying psychological and emotional component to illness, and this makes up the soil of the body. Page believes illness is a lived experience of the mind/body/spirit and not just a physiological episode. When working with someone, she asks herself, “What is the underlying disturbance and disharmony that is going on […]

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Isha Judd

True Transformation Is An Inside Job with Isha Judd

We are often trapped in the matrix of our intellect telling ourselves that we are victims of circumstances: it’s the economy, it’s my upbringing, it’s my job, my co-workers. Judd says, “[T]his moment is the only moment you can change and this moment defines your future moments. So when I focus on praise, love, gratitude, and […]

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