Recent research and new technology have given us a greater understanding of how the mind works, and we are now in a position to translate this knowledge into strategies for helping people learn to think in more advanced ways. There is a structure to the way our minds operate, and by understanding that structure, we can improve our thinking abilities in all of life’s situations. High-level creative and critical thinking of this sort is an extraordinary gift that stirs our consciousness, liberates us from mundane concerns, expands our vision, and moves us forward, enriching our lives in countless ways.
In two-and-a-half days of highly intensive training you will be taught a set of things you can do and introduced to a way of life that will actually reliably deliver more happiness, more peace, more prosperity and more love in your life. With powerful creative and critical thinking abilities at your disposal, your relationships will be more satisfying, you will have a clear sense of direction, and you will have confidence that you can shape yourself into the person you always wanted to be.
By becoming a more powerful thinker you will acquire abilities you need to achieve your goals, solve problems, and make intelligent decisions. You will learn the tools to transform your life into a rich tapestry of success. Problems become opportunities for growth, mundane routines become challenges for inventive approaches, and relationships become intriguing adventures. These techniques can be applied in every area of your life - in business, relationships, emergency situations and the day-to-day struggle of life. You will be taught, amongst other things, how to overcome stress at all levels by learning how to deal with it more effectively. Tools will also be taught in the area of Psycho-Neuro Immunology.
This workshop is suitable for all - no completion of previous Mindlink© workshops required.
|Jonathan Philbin Bowman|
|Rowan Philip Sunday Times 1999|
|Corporate Health Article|
|Michele Horgan Irish Examiner|
|Irish Independent March 2008|
|Sunday Times 1999|