Tim Barlen provides you with tools for finding your best self, sharing the power of positive thinking and yes, hypnosis.
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Positive Thinking-The #1 Cause of Suffering
BY NERSHEN PILLAY
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ON NOV 07, 2017
The principle of quantum entanglement applied to a conscious mind proves that positive thinking is the number one cause of human suffering. Nershen Pillay is on a mission to touch the lives of at least one billion people with this concept.
My name is Lisa Givan and I AM A DIVERSITY TRAINER
BY ANNAL VYAS
@ VOL 9
ON NOV 03, 2017
At 40, something I realized that a series of brief "diversity immersion experiences" defined not only what I do but who I am. Encounters since childhood that have been centered around self-awareness, difference, bias, value and mindset determine the narrative we create surrounding every aspect of our life. I share my journey and expound on how it led me to my current career. My name is Lisa and I AM A DIVERSITY TRAINER.
From “Why am I here?” To Cupcakes and Unicorns: 10 Actions in Waking Up
BY KATE FLYNN
@ VOL 26
ON FEB 08, 2018
Dr. Kate Flynn knows more than a little about what it’s like to be stuck in the muck and mire of WTF, while dreaming of the Land of Cupcakes and Unicorns. Through sheer desperation and the desire for a better way, she’s learned a thing or two about leaving the past behind and living from her heart. Dr.Kate doesn’t live there permanently yet, but she’s caught more than a glimpse of this magical place and offers a roadmap so that you too may find your way there.
Yes, I Am Not The Kind of Double Negative That Does Not Make Me Not Positive
BY SEAN HASEY
@ VOL 25
ON JAN 09, 2019
Sean Hasey is a painter, sculptor, and musician, here in Biddeford. He has exhibited his work very little and sold even less, so subsidizes his art sales as a massage therapists at the newly opened Hark House, which he co-owns with his partner Chrystina—with whom he enjoys moderately long walks on the beach with their dog Max, romantic dinners at dusk, and bubble baths in the tub.
Finally, Hasey is the co-author of Merderers [sic], A Narative Text, and its underwhelming sequel, Merderers New York. Both works of fiction are best described as nearly post-apocalyptic forays into the immediate future. After one reader bought Merderers in a Portland bookstore, they returned to the store shortly after making their purchase, demanded their money back, and offered the following critique: “This piece of trash is completely amoral.”