Author: Jack van Landingham

3 basic tools for living your truth

Are you in charge of your mind and, therefore, your results in life? If not, then who is…? If you’re not happy with your results, perhaps some part of what’s truly motivating you to “do what you do” comes from your unconscious programming. Limiting beliefs, unresolved negative emotions, and various internal conflicts are some examples of deep, internal programming that can operate for years without our conscious awareness. “The unexamined life is not worth living.” —Socrates If you’ve ever felt chased by nagging feelings that “something’s missing”, that “something” could be you—free from your major, disempowering programs. A person can learn...

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Where is your focus?

Do you often operate in “distracted from distraction by distraction” mode? Did you know you can learn to do otherwise? In today’s world, we can easily select what we’d like to view, moment to moment, on our handheld devices, but many don’t yet know how to select (or improve) what’s going on—moment to moment—in their minds. “Our greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another”. —William James Over a hundred years ago, Williams James (“the father of American psychology”) said: “Our greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another”....

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Your doctor is wrong

I highly recommend the book YOUR DOCTOR IS WRONG: For Anyone Who Has Been Dismissed, Misdiagnosed or Mistreated by Dr. Sharon Norling. It’s a fascinating eye-opener for anyone who seriously wants to take charge of their health. This book is about knowing the right facts, finding the right doctor, getting the right tests, and getting the right diagnosis and treatment (including eating the right food). In one of the largest studies on health care quality in America reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, it was found that patients receive proper care only 55% of the time. “Noone is safe from poor quality medical care,” says...

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Is sugar making you sick?

The typical diet contains many nutrient deficient foods that are high in added sugars. Added sugar is another name for a processed, refined carbohydrate. The top offenders, according to the American Heart Association are: (1) soft drinks, energy drinks, sport drinks; (2) refined grain-based desserts (cakes, cookies, etc); and (3) fruit drinks. (When you hear people mistakenly say that carbs are “bad” for you, they’re usually talking about added sugars, not all carbohydrates.) There are two categories of carbohydrates: (1) complex carbs (full of fiber): whole grains, whole vegetables, whole fruits, peas, beans; and (2) simple carbs: natural sugars (from fruits and vegetables) and refined sugars (white flour, sugar, most...

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How your brain connects to the universe

It was said long ago that what one thinks, one becomes. This simply means one’s thoughts, emotions and beliefs affect their reality. William James (known as the “father of American psychology”) said over 100 years ago that “the greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another”. Innovator Henry Ford put it more bluntly: “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t—you’re right.” It’s rewarding to witness the shifts that occur in those clients I work with that learn to utilize more of their innate power to replace a habitual focus on “what they...

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Sparking one's own natural "inner technology" to create more wholeness and choice in life. The road ahead is the road within.

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