Mindwalking: Rewriting Your Past to Create Your Future

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ARE Press, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 241 pages
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What if you could go back in time and revisit an event that has had a lasting effect on your life? Would you? In Mindwalking, author Nancy Eubel teaches us to how to do just that. Your reactions to an event can be more important than the event itself. And your intentions and thoughts are every bit as responsible for your current life’s conditions as are your actions. Through past-life regressions or through an altered-state process called “mindwalking,” you can achieve healing by releasing old patterns and creating new, beneficial ones. This book will teach you through mindwalking, you can begin to explore your own past lives to better understand why your life is the way it is and to learn how to move in a direction that is more in keeping with your soul’s purpose.

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Chapter 1 A Guidebook for Life
Chapter 2 The Body Remembers
Chapter 3 Mindwalking
Chapter 4 Emotional Ties That Bind
Chapter 5 The Patterns of Our Soul
Chapter 6 Relationship RolePlaying
Chapter 7 Life Lessons
Chapter 8 Other Planetary Sojourns
Chapter 9 Yes Famous People Do Reincarnate
Chapter 10 Claiming Your Future
Chapter 11 Catalysts for Change
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Nancy L. Eubel, MCH, MBA, Certified Reiki Therapist, is a former Executive Director of the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.). She is a master clinical hypnotherapist who combines healing and hypnosis. She has been trained in shamanic journeying by the Foundation for Shamanic Studies and has studied Tibetan religion and culture. In her workshops and retreats, Nancy integrates these studies with her knowledge of the Edgar Cayce readings and her background as a successful business woman to teach creative approaches for living a Spirit-led life of joy and inner peace.

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