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# “Imperative Self Analysis”

Discover Your Imperative Self Did You Know? The Imperative Self Analysis (ISA) offers a streamlined path to reshape your emotional experiences and guide you toward a more fulfilling life, all within ten sessions. It mirrors the profound transformation typically associated with years of psychoanalysis, yet accomplishes significant alterations in your …

The Integration Of Self

My language patterns are going to be very unusual in this post. Most likely you have never heard/seen anyone write this way. It might be helpful to have a pen and paper to write down the location of these “identity parts”. When we are learning something new, it can be …

Your Most Important Question

This question that you are always asking yourself will determines how successful you will be as you move through life. This most important question you are always asking yourself is usually outside of your conscious awareness.This question you are always asking yourself is called the “Virtual Question”. From my experience …

Do we have “Free Will”?

Are you absolutely sure you have “free will”? Does a person that has claustrophobia have free will to relax or panic in confined spaces? Does this same person have “free will” to get help to eliminate their phobic responses to confined spaces? If you have read my previous post you …

The “Free Will” Illusion

In the grand tapestry of existence, the concept of Free Will has been a subject of philosophical debate for centuries. The notion that humans possess the autonomy to make choices independent of any predetermination is deeply ingrained in our societal, legal, and moral frameworks. However, the question persists: do we …

The Terrible 3 Letter Word

That three letter word is “try”. I mean using it “to attempt to do something”. The word “try” is a very powerful word to many people’s unconscious minds. The word “try” means fail. That is where the saying comes from: “try and try again until you succeed”. Listen to the …

Start Here – to get what you what in 2024 and beyond: The Blame Frame vs The Outcome Frame

Let’s start with a simple exercise and then work up on the postings: Think of some situation at work or in life that is making you unsatisfied and you want it to change (relationships, physical health, mental health, finances). Ask yourself the following questions: 1.      What is wrong? 2.      Why am I having …

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