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Instinct is Your Superhero

Instinct is Your Superhero

Whenever I teach workshops on instincts and intuitions I routinely ask, “Have you had out of ordinary experiences and how many were times when you’ve felt eminent danger? It is astonishing to hear participants retell how they escaped near disasters. Without hesitation and a moment’s thought a primordial force, an instinctive response saves the day. […]

Spiritual Symbols and Spiritual Signs

Spiritual Symbols and Spiritual Signs

Do you attribute spiritual significance to seemingly ordinary things including nature and natural phenomena? “Spiritual symbolism, where inner states are mirrored by outer events, is as old as humanity itself. Our mind uses physical objects as means of representing our inner feelings and emotions. The more symbolic our daily life is, the more imbued it […]

NLP Applications plus Jung’s and Erikson’s Take on the Unconscious Mind

NLP Applications plus Jung’s and Erikson’s Take on the Unconscious Mind

As you may have read in prior posts I have been profoundly influenced by the work of Carl Jung. And I have adopted as personal creed some of Milton Erikson’s philosophy on the unconscious mind. This is the first of two posts where I will briefly discuss and share some concepts about the unconscious mind […]

Helpful Tips on Understanding Dreams and Dream Messages

Helpful Tips on Understanding Dreams and Dream Messages

There are many types of dreams including ones which carry intuitive information. I have written about some of my out of the ordinary dream experiences in previous posts and will write more in upcoming ones. In this blog I want to focus on our “regular dreams”; the action packed, melodramatic, surreal fantasies, the mishmash of […]

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