How to Make Habit Change Easy

How to Make Habit Change Easy

Did you set New Year’s Resolutions this year?

(See my suggested articles below if you need ideas)!

If yes, are some of these goals ones you have been struggling with for a long time?

If so, are you sure you are taking the best approach?

You may have noticed that some habits are easier to change than others.   Why?  Because lurking below the surface of your conscious mind, is your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind contains your feelings and thoughts from your past that could leave you either feeling empowered or helpless in the face of a new goal.

 

Want to learn how to make habit change easy?

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How to Stay Calm Despite the Family Drama

How to Stay Calm Despite the Family Drama

My client had a particularly manipulative member of the family who was extremely critical of his work on the family property.  My client and other members of his family were concerned that this family member was trying to acquire the property by making life difficult for everyone else who shares ownership.  In preparation for a difficult extended family meeting, we cleared trapped emotions, belief systems and other subconscious barriers to help him stay calm regardless.  Upon returning, he

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What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Mercury

What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Mercury

Do you still have mercury fillings?

Did you know that in 1991, the World Health Organization admitted that the predominant source of mercury is from your fillings?  Check out the graph on this video!

Your dentist may have once told you that the mercury in your mouth is inert. But check out the video of the vapors coming from mercury with just the slightest stimulation!

How toxic is mercury?  

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Can We Reverse Alzheimer’s with the Body Code?

Can We Reverse Alzheimer’s with the Body Code?

As a researcher in the fields of Neuroscience and Epidemiology, my primary research was in determining the underlying causes of Alzheimer’s. While I have believed that Alzheimer’s is preventable for a long time, when I was introduced to the Body Code, I began to wonder if it might be reversible.   My first (probable) Alzheimer’s client gave me a lot of hope that it might be.

Here is the story:

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Seven Underlying Causes of Racism

Seven Underlying Causes of Racism

Many of us are disturbed by the increase of racial tensions that seems to be permeating the news these days. What I find especially upsetting is that this racial divide, especially between Blacks and Whites has not seemed to improve in many parts of the country for centuries.

I think it’s time that we envision an America where we can see beyond race.

I want to live in a country where we value each other’s cultures and experiences, where we try to forgive both ourselves and each other for past wrongs, and where we can recognize our privileges, and support those who don’t have the same opportunities.

But to first stop racism, we first have to understand what causes it in the first place.

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Why we might thrive or just survive

Why we might thrive or just survive

Do you feel blocked from achieving your dreams?

Are there specific things that you would love to be able to do, but it just feels too risky?

Some people are always doing something new. They push themselves to grow whether it’s with work, with hobbies, or personal development. Others live more stagnant lives. They may stay in the same jobs, stay in relationships that aren’t working, and never live the life they had hoped to live.

Our mindset is crucial to our potential for success.   People who dare to challenge themselves to try new things have the growth mindset. I’ve written more about the fixed vs. growth mindset in my article The Power of Believing You Can Improve. But what orients a person towards a growth mindset, more than another?

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