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Code to Joy: The Four-Step Solution to Unlocking Your Natural State of Happiness.

Code to Joy

The Four-Step Solution to Unlocking Your Natural State of Happiness

By George Pratt and Peter Lambrou

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Many people feel that they are not living up to their full potential; they wonder why their affirmations don't work, why they repeatedly sabotage their own best efforts, can't seem to exceed a certain income level, or always end up attracting the wrong people. George Pratt, and Peter Lambrou, licensed clinical psychologists in practice at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, California, have created an innovative "Four-Step Process" that has helped more than forty-five thousand clients, including Olympic athletes, Academy Award winners, and Super Bowl stars to break the patterns of belief and behavior that were holding them back. Their process touches the real driver of our behavior, the subconscious mind, and treats psychological trauma by rebalancing the body's energy systems (the seven chakras, the fourteen meridians of acupuncture, and the body's biofield--a very fine electromagnetic field that connects mind and body) through exercises that combine cognitive psychology with acupressure and yogic breathing techniques.

But beyond healing trauma, the process can release our greatest gifts. "From what we've seen in the course of using neuromuscular feedback with thousands of clients, most people have an enormous amount more of untapped potential than they realize," say the authors. Testing has shown that a reasonably happy and successful person may only be operating at 12 percent of full potential. imagine this quadrupled! imagine being four times as clear, as relaxed, and as confident, and having four times the energy and sense of well-being you now have.

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Author:Morris, Kristine
Publication:Spirituality & Health Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Jul 1, 2012
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