Browsing the blog archives for May, 2010

Boundaries: Being successful or being liked?

Do you run your business or do your clients tell you how to run it? Do you speak up and tell others what’s not OK? In short, do you set boundaries, or are you silenced? Are you so afraid of being disliked that you fail to speak up. All the boundaries in the world are [...]

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May 30, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day

Coherence – your gateway to the Miraculous (animated video)

Do miracles happen around you? Of course they do! The question is, are you in control of it? I’d like to introduce you to something very special, Coherence – the Science of Mastery. I’ve already written about Coherence in great detail here.  In short, coherence is a simple, scientific way to understand concepts like “enlightenment.” [...]

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May 27, 2010 in Coherence
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Our first round of RPT animations: Introducing the Triune Brain

The triune brain model is a key part of our updated Reference Point Therapy technique. We humans have 3 different brains (literally), and they process ideas and trauma differently. Most healing techniques work on just 1 brain, hence their limitations. Reference Point Therapy works on all parts of your brain. That’s why we are unique [...]

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May 27, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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Level 3 testimonials

What a busy week we’ve had here in the Melbourne office of Reference Point Therapy.  Evette and I are just recovering from the amazing Level 3 course here last week, and we have been inundated with projects and opportunities to share with you.  I just got the first draft of our triune brain and coherence [...]

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May 27, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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Level 3 in the USA – just one month away

My wonderful general manager Valeria reminds me that the early bird deadline for our Level 3 in Los Angeles is just 3 days away – 27 May 2010. Far be it from me to use my own blog to promote my own courses for a change (I usually forget!)….  Let me tell you about Mastering [...]

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May 25, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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The problem of charity – a practitioner’s dilemma

In our last article on being a practitioner I discussed the question of what is a healing worth?  My answer, it will come as no surprise, is “a lot.”  I speak as someone who has personally spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on healing and personal growth. The return on this investment has been great [...]

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May 25, 2010 in Being a Practitioner
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How much is a healing session worth? (with video)

Welcome to Part 2 of how to be a successful and effective healing practitioner. In part 1 of Being a Healing Practitioner (March 30) we looked at how you should set boundaries to get best results for both your clients and your healing practice. Today I will cover one of the most difficult questions that [...]

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May 22, 2010 in Being a Practitioner
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Do you want more theory? // Level 3 update

hi friends! Wow, what a big week we had. It was incredible to finish our first class of the new and updated Level 3 course.  This was the first time teaching it from the perspective that it’s all about coherence, and dedicating each day to bringing another mind into coherence. I’ll tell you all about [...]

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May 18, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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Finally: a simple, coherent explanation of enlightenment and mastery (with video)

Coherence – the new Reference Point Therapy (3.0) Over recent weeks you’ve heard me talk about a new concept in healing and personal development: “coherence”.  Coherence is a term used in classical and quantum physics.  We have a special meaning for the word which draws on physics, psychology and spirituality. Our development of this concept [...]

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May 14, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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This blog has moved – please update your links and bookmarks

Dear friends As part of the transition to our brand new website (launching in July), we have moved this blog.  It’s no longer at www.RPTblog.com. If you have linked to my blog, perhaps from your own blog, I’d be super grateful if you could take a moment to update the link.  just replace “www.rptblog.com” with [...]

May 13, 2010 in Website / IT related