Browsing the archives for the RPT theory and teachings category

The biology of terror

In yesterday’s blog, I shared a little of my family history (refugees and Holocaust survivors) and discussed the interesting issue of how our survival instincts allow us to accept persecution. Today I wish to further clarify this issue of the biology of persecution, and to share more of my thoughts as I toured the Torture [...]

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May 31, 2011 in Financial freedom / Lifestyle design, RPT theory and teachings
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Attraction is NOT Divine Intervention (Part 2)

Yesterday I shared several real life examples of “magical thinking” in the New Age community. People searching for deeper answers to why things happen are very quick to say “Upstairs” showed me a sign, and very reluctant to own and take responsibility for their creation. I’d like to share now another true story that happened [...]

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April 8, 2011 in Law of Attraction
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Why Attraction is NOT Divine Intervention (part 1)

True story: Sally’s car breaks down on the way to a job interview.  Instead of rescheduling the interview, Sally cancels, taking it as a sign from her angels that she was not meant to take this job. Depending on your spiritual beliefs and education background you will either find that to be (a) inspirational and [...]

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April 7, 2011 in Law of Attraction, Spiritual ideas and theory
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Does the Law of Attraction work or not?

The Law of Attraction is one of those hot topics.  People never seem to tire of debating why it’s true; why it’s false; or why everyone else just misunderstands it! (I’m in the 3rd category.) There have been a lot of great comments on this blog about the subjects of Law of Attraction (LOA) and [...]

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April 2, 2011 in RPT theory and teachings
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Are gut feelings misleading?

In yesterday’s blog about the dangers of sharing spiritual beliefs, I mentioned the conundrum I often experience when people get a strong feeling or gut instinct that they disagree with me. I think many people make intuitive decisions based on gut instincts. That seems to be a good thing, but if they don’t understand their [...]

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March 30, 2011 in RPT theory and teachings, Thoughts For the Day

Chicken Run: some radical research (and fun)

Dear friends Thank you for the amazing response to last week’s article about Divine Intervention. It was great to get so many comments. Your comments have really helped me to synthesize and clarify a number of my views, which I’ll be publishing over the next few weeks. Today I want to take a break from [...]

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March 28, 2011 in Distant healing research

Will your diet harm or heal your grandchildren?

You are what you eat right? And you also are the expression of your genes.  So which one is most important to your health and how do the 2 factors affect each other? Recently I’ve been researching questions like do your genes determine your ideal diet? Does your diet change your genes? Can your eating [...]

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October 4, 2010 in Diet / lifestyle and health, Epigenetics
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Epigenetics (Part 4): The Key Developmental Events Model

Today’s blog is about healing epigenetic trauma – specifically events that happened to your grandparents which caused a change in the way your genes are expressed.  If you haven’t read parts 1 – 3 of this discussion, it’s recommended that you do that now so that you can read this work in context. Click here [...]

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October 1, 2010 in Epigenetics
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Epigenetics (part 3): Healing epigenetic trauma with the triune brain model

In recent articles on this blog we have looked at what epigenetics is about, and an example of epigenetics in practice (with diabetes).  Thanks to all of you who commented on the blog and separately wrote to me about your experiences, which reaffirmed my view about the epigenetic nature of inherited conditions. My research indicates [...]

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September 29, 2010 in Epigenetics
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Epigenetics (part 2): differences between twins and the biology of diabetes

In our last post we introduced an important new field of science: epigenetics. Today I’m going to continue to describe epigenetics and explain why it’s so important in understanding disease processes. I found another great video for you to watch: the Epigenetics of Twins. Twins are really important in genetics because they help us to [...]

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September 16, 2010 in Epigenetics
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