To me, from my point of view, what’s most important is us being us…
Each of us being uniquely us. Whatever that means for each person on the planet. What do I mean by that?!
Join me and Ellie McKay as we discuss this further on her podcast…
What else is possible now, my friends?!
For over 20 years, I have been curious about tools that contribute to people embracing their true greatness…. for people from every culture, country, age, and social strata of society.
I’m so excited that Ellie and I discussed Access Consciousness, why true happiness begins with having gratitude for yourself, and the remarkable tools we can employ in order to contribute to the happiness of ourselves and others.
The greatest contribution that we can be to others, is to be us, and to be as happy as we can be.
Some of the Key Takeaways….
* By incrementally improving ourselves, we also begin to change the world. What makes us lighter, adds to the lightness of the world itself.
* The founder of Access Consciousness, my friend, Gary Douglas discovered 32 points on the head (The Access Bars), that if held lightly, dissipate the electromagnetic component of thought and judgement that we have around a particular topic… And can truly change the world, ours and those around us!
* The way to convince people that there might be more to life, and that accessing a new consciousness could be beneficial, is not to argue, but to demonstrate this potential happiness by living it ourselves.
* When we ask questions, we open doors to new possibilities. A question is one of the secret keys to creating something different for ourselves.
Once I started including myself everything started taking off in a really beautiful way.
I hope you enjoy this podcast episode as much as I did! And what else is possible now as you explore and use these tools?
Grateful for you,
P.S. For more about me and the Access Consciousness tools, please visit: http://www.drdainheer.com
P.S.S. And for even further exploring, here are six videos about the tools I use every single day: https://drdainheer.com/whatnow/.