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Belief, Change, Action! 3 ways to wear in subconscious changes

When we make changes using PSYCH-K, we’ve blazed a trail in the subconscious mind where none previously existed. By making and following an action plan, we can wear that trail into a well-traveled road. The actions in an action plan … Continue reading

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3 tips for leaving dread in the dust and building the life you want

Yesterday, I was feeling goofy. Like hard-on-myself goofy. My results weren’t matching up to my self-expectations, and that’s always difficult. “Maybe I should do some PSYCH-K,” I thought to myself. Hmmm… We gotta know what we want, and that’s not … Continue reading

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5 steps for using PSYCH-K to support your New Year’s resolutions  

Anyone who has ever been on a diet or started a workout regimen knows that getting into the groove can be an uphill battle, one that’s often fraught with self-sabotage. Instead of feeling like you have one foot on the gas and the other on the brakes, use PSYCH-K to make sure all the parts of your mind are on board with the changes you want to make. Continue reading

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Have a big goal? Make it go by telling the story of how you got there!

Last week, I went to La Bellavia up in Flagstaff for French toast and eggs with hollandaise. What a blast from the past – it used to be my favorite breakfast place when I was attending university here and the … Continue reading

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A little bit on why writing is the casual-est of miracles.

We know anecdotally that writing down goals has a tremendous impact on our ability to achieve them. Brain science, meanwhile, is in the process of catching up. A recent New York Times article, This Is Your Brain on Writing, discusses the … Continue reading

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Look, set, and go! A primer for the subconscious mind in 500 words.

When I mountain bike, I pick the line in front of me and then I look away, up the trail, to the next bit I’ll be covering. This is the trick all (still-living) mountain bikers use. By looking at the … Continue reading

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