Archive for June, 2007

Pete Siegel Presents "The Formula" for Manifestation – Emotional Pro

June 28th, 2007

Pete Siegel is a hypnotherapist and peak performance coach, author and bodybuilder who has been helping people in all walks of life create phenomenal manifestations–multimillion dollar contracts, new homes, peak athletic performance in the Olympics–for years. He has put his wisdom and knowledge into a short book, The Formula, that lays out the 7 organized […]

What You Must Do to Escape the Bird Flu – Emotional Pro

June 26th, 2007

04/26/07 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Brendanne Philipps has survived cancer. Now she wants to survive Bird Flu. Her book, What You Must Do to Escape the Bird Flu, has been written to draw people’s attention to the very real possibility of a major epidemic and to encourage people to get prepared. By drawing […]

The Power of Genuine Apology – Emotional Pro

June 21st, 2007

We don’t talk much about apology. But it’s a good idea–so we are! Apology is a powerful tool for working with emotional energy, leading us to total forgiveness. Do you know that not forgiving totally means you carry life-threatening anger and hate around with you, which can eventually kill you? What’s the point of apology? […]

Soulmate or Cell Mate? with Jackie Woods – Emotional Pro

June 14th, 2007

Jackie Woods empowers your Heart for extraordinary living. Author, teacher, lecturer and founder of the Adawehi (Ah-dah-way-hee) Institute, Healing School and Wellness Center, Jackie’s approach takes the emphasis off simply fixing the symptoms of life’s everyday problems and supports people to move beyond old, unhealthy patterns of living by growing their complete Spirit. She has […]

No More Pain: How To Recover Fully from Self-Injury with Vicki Freund Duffy – Emotional Pro

June 7th, 2007

06/07/07 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time No More Pain author Vicki Freund Duffy shared her personal quest to overcome a little-known (certainly little-talked-about) affliction, Self-Injury. Cutting, stabbing, burning, picking scabs, scratching, head-banging: humans are inventive when it comes to figuring out ways to injure themselves. But why would anyone self-injure? Who does? In one […]