Overwhelmed? Add More to Your Life!

With the ever accelerating pace of change on planet earth, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Asking a question, any question, is one way out of that feeling. A very specific question recommended by best selling author and founder of Access Consciousness® Gary Douglas is, “Would an infinite being be overwhelmed? Could an infinite being be […]

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Autistic People Are Talented: Science and New Book Validate Douglas’s Long-term View

Autistic People Are Talented

“Autistic children are not disabled, they are actually very abled,” Access Consciousness Founder and best-selling author Gary Douglas has consistently maintained. To Douglas, autistic people represent a mutation of the species, a mutation we could all learn from and which would contribute to our survival as a species. One of the outstanding examples of this […]

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Could The World Use A Little Crazy, Right This Very Minute?

“We could use a little Christmas, right this very minute!” declares Auntie Mame in the award-winning hit musical, “Mame.”  Mame, often portrayed by Angela Lansbury on stage, was looking for an out-of-the-box way to change some financial hard times she and her young nephew Patrick were suffering. With the unprecedented, drastic, and relentless change that’s […]

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Could Access Consciousness® Assist ADHD and Mood Disorders—Without Drugs?

The latest psychiatric guidelines for diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children and adults have changed to make it 18% easier to qualify for the regularly prescribed stimulant medications. You now only need five symptoms of ADHD to qualify, and the age group for which prescriptions are recommended has been expanded. Are you […]

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What Would Your Day Be Like if You Started it With A Question?

Do you wake up in the morning feeling like something the cat dragged in? Have you ever considered there might be another possibility? What might happen if you started your day with a question?  No, “How much do I have to do today?” might not be your best choice. First of all, does that dragged-through-the-mud […]

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