Dr Korotkov’s work in scientifically measuring the effects of human intention on universally sensitive elements such as water, will help support some of the ideas and systems we’ll talk about in this show. We’re made up of around 75 percent water? According to Dr. Korotkov, any intention or affirmation, negative or positive will have profound effects on ourselves and others. . and those effects are quantifiable, scientifically measurable.
Last month we briefly spoke about the importance of boundaries with Stuart Wilde and how his book Silent Power is a stepping stone to better boundaries. In the context of holding on to your power, the boundary is not an impervious membrane, its got to be semi-permeable like any living cell there’s a give and take. How does it work, this realm is essentially invisible?
What types of energy exchanges are going on with or without your awareness? Only a handful of people have researched and written in depth about the mechanism of healthy boundaries.
Our guest Dr. Paul Dobransky has put together a powerful visual system to understand and begin to utilize a healthy human boundary. He says your identity in life depends on learning about boundaries, it’s connected to learning how to be free from stress and how to command respect. Blame unhealthy boundaries for missed opportunities, job and relationship failure.
Dr. Paul as many know him as, is a psychiatrist, author, speaker and runs several websites. He conducts seminars on dating and relationships with men and women. His system called Mind OS is the starting point for most of clients, and it covers a lot of material. But today we focus in on what is a boundary, why is it important and we’ll try to put into the context of the past shows.
Notice “weather” is on the list of things we don’t control.
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