Possibilities During Suicide Awareness Week

This is a special edition of the Tour of Consciousness, with a guest, my best friend and the founder of Access Consciousness; Gary Douglas.

We would like to invite you to a special initiative we’re doing in connection with the World Suicide Prevention Day.

Sixteen years ago, I felt so depressed and hopeless that I set a date to kill myself. I gave the universe six months to show me something else was possible. I had two chiropractic practices, a bit of money, a wonderful girlfriend – I had everything I thought would constitute a perfect life. But, inside, I was dying.

Then one day I saw an ad in the local paper that said “All of life comes to me with ease, joy and glory – Call Shannon” and wanted to burn it. That paper came out every week. And, by the next time I saw it, I knew that if I was resisting something so much, there must be something in it for me.

I called Shannon and she offered to do a session on me, something called “The Bars”

One session of The Bars allowed me to know that everything was ok, everything always had been, and everything always would be. That one tool, one thing, a process that took about an hour – and it changed the energy of what I knew was possible. It changed my whole life. I was willing to live again.

On September 9th through 11th, during Suicide Awareness Week, Facilitators and Practitioners of Access The Bars all around the world will be running clinics for anyone to come and and receive a session for free. Please join Gary Douglas and I as we talk about this further! (Ever since this first video came out, every year, we are having this event!). What else is possible if you participated in this event?

You can find out more about the initiative here: http://www.drdainheer.com/nevergiveup

To find someone near you to run bars you can go directly here: www.accessconsciousness.com/suicideawareness

If you’ve had thoughts of suicide, or if you know someone who has, please know there is hope. There is always hope.

You are far too valuable to the world. 16 years ago, I made a choice to stay and it was the greatest choice I could have ever made. The tools and the help are available to change everything.

You are not alone.

Dain & Gary