Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
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Ian Weinberg
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Challenging Limiting Beliefs

Challenging Limiting Beliefs

Much is being said about seeking and embracing authenticity. Implicit in this authenticity is a mind state free of  limiting subjective beliefs and the identification and adoption of a universal objectivity, a connection to a greater truth....

Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

absolutely agree Cyndi wilkins

25/7/2017
Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

This one hits a home-run Ian Weinberg...A long time believer myself in childhood trauma being the primary catalyst for disease states of the mind and body...as serious childhood illness or injury predisposes an individual to these 'personality disorders' in which there is a profound need to be cared for and loved...Many develop chronic health issues that become very tiresome to family, friends, therapists, doctors etc... leaving them at their wits end in trying to help them. When what they are more in need of their 'own' attention when it comes to healing the heart...The seat of the soul...It is where our emotional body resides...It is there where we can 'tap the well.' "Adverse childhood experiences are the single greatest, unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today. The most important thing we need to do is have the courage to look this problem in the face and say..."This is real and this is in ALL of us!" -Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

25/7/2017

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