From the category archives:

Happiness

What is your Purpose of Life?

June 20, 2014 Happiness

How many of you have been doing everything possible to make sure people you care for are happy? I have done that all my life. It was my purpose. So I lived every day from the question “ What else can I do or be to make my parents, then my friends, and later in life - [...]

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Gratitude Or Love?

June 3, 2014 Happiness

Have you ever “fallen in love”?  Have you ever just “known” that  THIS was the right person for you – your soul mate, your twin flame, the one you were destined to be with in bliss forever? Did you see them across a crowded room and approach them with the confidence that your dreams would [...]

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Creating A Great Relationship – The Beginning

May 25, 2014 Access Consciousness Tools

by Access Consciousness Have you ever judged yourself as a failure because you couldn’t make a relationship work?  What if you just lacked accurate information and the practical tools to create the relationship you desired? Most of us were never given the skill set to create a great relationship, probably because there was no one [...]

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Do you Ever Turn Into a Monster?

May 24, 2014 Access Consciousness Tools

By Blossom Benedict I turned into a monster this morning.  I did! I was at the airport at 5 am (I add this for description only, not for defense) and was told upon check in “I’m sorry Ma’am, your flight is oversold. We will ask for volunteers, but if no one volunteers, you have been [...]

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Benefits of bars for kids/families

May 23, 2014 Access Bars

By Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-S The bars changed my life … literally!  For several years, my body had hurt … ached, really.  It had gotten to the point where in order to get out of bed in the morning, I had to roll off the bed, as it was too painful to sit up.  After [...]

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Being Present

April 10, 2014 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

By Simone Padur I was invited to work with these two phenomenal women – Diva Diaz and Anne Maxwell. Diva does classes on X: Men and uses the Access Consciousness Tools to create a different possibility with ADD, ADHD, Autism and OCD. Anne Maxwell who works with parents and kids using the Access Consciousness Tools [...]

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Access Consciousness® in Mental Health?

September 29, 2013 Access Consciousness

by Susanna Mittermaier Imagine a world where people are empowered to know that they know! There have been so many debates lately about mental health and how people are treated, the number one answer being people’s diagnosis and the number one solution medication. I have been working in mental health as a clinical psychologist for [...]

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Depressed? Anxious? Looking for Meaning in Your Life? Thinking of Trying Ayahuasca? You Might Try Access Bars® Instead!

March 12, 2013 Abuse

Seekers in western societies are being increasingly drawn to try the Amazonian hallucinogen ayahuasca. Trips to the Peruvian amazon by seekers of different nationalities and curiosities are commonplace.  Entrepreneurship thrives in such third world countries, and many locals are ready to promise to supply the ayahuasca experience, whether they’re trained as traditional shamans or merely [...]

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The World Didn’t End… Now What?

February 22, 2013 Access Consciousness

Have you noticed there’s a lot of sadness floating around since the world didn’t end?  If you’ve been thinking ‘stop the world, I wanna get off!’ for a while now, were you really disappointed that your dreams didn’t come true at the end of 2012? Well, the bad news is, you’re definitely not alone!  There [...]

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Laughter clears more than tears

February 21, 2013 Access Bars

“Laughter clears more than tears,” best selling author and Access Consciousness® founder Gary Douglas is fond of saying. Science is now finding that this is indeed true. It was Sigmund Freud who wrote about the necessity of focusing on “grief work” nearly 100 years ago, in 1917. Recent studies are showing that this focus on [...]

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