Never Be Lied To Again!

Written by John M Satterfield CHt

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Liars always hesitate. They are trying to discernrepparttar right way to go. Also most lies are rather vague and lacking in detail. Pressing for details will always make a liar squirm. Questioning may cause non-liars to become defensive (you are doubting them) please be sure you understandrepparttar 126175 reaction you get, defensive is OK vague is not.

John M. Satterfield is a certified hypnotherapist andrepparttar 126176 marketing director for a small chain of nursing homes in North Central Arkansas. He is married and lives in a home inrepparttar 126177 woods with his wife and his “little blond psychiatrist”repparttar 126178 cocker Spaniel Sir Lancelot His web site is You can sign up for his free ezine called Hypnosis You Can Use at

John Satterfield is a certified hypnotherapist. He has over 20 years ao sales and marketing experience. He provides valuable and usable hypnotic techniques to his readers. John lives in Mountain View Arkansas where he enjoys being married, trout fishing na conversing with the best dog in the world Sir Lancelot C. Spaniel

What's in Your Blind Spot?

Written by Keith Varnum

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Julia's dream was to move out of her cramped apartment and buy her own home. Since she didn't have enough money for a down payment, she was busily doing everything she could to earn more income. When someone heard about Julia wanting a home to live in, they offered to give her their home for a year rent-free while they went overseas. Julia turned downrepparttar invitation. She didn't recognize her good fortune becauserepparttar 126174 opportunity didn't appear inrepparttar 126175 form she expected. She was fixated onrepparttar 126176 idea that to getrepparttar 126177 living situation she wanted, she had to ownrepparttar 126178 house. She was hypnotized by her belief that "I don't have enough money to buy my own house." Her blind spot prevented her from seeing another solution to her problem. It didn't register to her that her need had been fulfilled. She rejected an offer that would have allowed her to move out of her tiny apartment. If she'd acceptedrepparttar 126179 gift, Julia would have enjoyed living in a spacious home right away. And she would have saved enough money during that year to reach her ultimate goal-to make a down payment on her own home.

"The Way Life Is?"

When we're young, we learn a lot about "the way life is" by observingrepparttar 126180 adults in our lives. And, these adults can, forrepparttar 126181 most part, only pass along their limited views of life.

For example, did you grow up being instilled withrepparttar 126182 viewpoint that " people work at jobs they don't like to payrepparttar 126183 bills?" If you were exposed solely to this narrow perspective about work, you might not recognizerepparttar 126184 available option that "people work at jobs they love that also payrepparttar 126185 bills." When you were young, perhaps you noticed that "many adults compromise and sacrifice in order to make a relationship work." Spell-bound by watching this model of how partnerships function, you might not be able to see another viable alternative in which "adults find ways for relationships to be easy, fun and mutual." If all you saw as a child was that "people become more stubborn and opinionated as they grow older," then you wouldn't have it in your realm of possibilities that "people become more flexible and allowing as they grow older."

When our role models demonstrate that it's "normal" to have jobs without passion or relationships without mutuality, we don't see other options when we become adults. When our elders aren't open and adaptable, we find ourselves accepting rigidity and narrow-mindedness as normal.

Unfortunately,repparttar 126186 cats keep bumping into horizontal stripes forrepparttar 126187 rest of their lives. Likewise, many of us keep bumping into our personal "invisible" limits forrepparttar 126188 rest of our lives. But we don't have to.

Intuition Savesrepparttar 126189 Day

There's a way out of this conundrum! There's a way aroundrepparttar 126190 fact that our mind is programmed with limitations. We've got intuition! Using intuition, it doesn't matter that our brain doesn't see or hear new life opportunities. Onlyrepparttar 126191 mind is restricted byrepparttar 126192 narrow options of childhood. Onlyrepparttar 126193 mind is hypnotized. Our intuition doesn't have these limitations.

Using intuition, we have a natural ability to see into our blind spots. Althoughrepparttar 126194 brain doesn't develop neurons to recognize " horizontal stripes," intuition can detect them. Althoughrepparttar 126195 mind is hypnotized not to discern red books, intuition can discern them. Not being brainwashed with limitations, intuition can see optionsrepparttar 126196 mind doesn't see. Intuition can lead us to options that didn't exist in our childhood environment.

If we truly desire to discover fresh options, our intuition will guide us allrepparttar 126197 way. There are lots of other fulfilling alternatives out there. We just don't see them. The more we stop looking with our minds and start looking with our intuition,repparttar 126198 more opportunities we' ll see for happiness and prosperity. Our intuition will help us findrepparttar 126199 harmonious and loving future we dreamed of when we couldn't wait to grow up!

For information onrepparttar 126200 kitten and baby studies, see http://crl.ucsd. edu/~elman/Papers/cogsci98.pdf.

Drawing from the wisdom of native and ancient spiritual traditions, Keith Varnum shares his 30 years of practical success as an author, personal coach, acupuncturist, filmmaker, radio host, restaurateur, vision quest guide and international seminar leader (The Dream Workshops). Keith helps people get the love, money and health they want with his FREE "Prosperity Ezine" at

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