Monthly Archives: January 2013

How to Change Your Life with One Turn of a Phrase

Clapping Hands  Want a simple, yet immensely powerful, way to employ the new paradigms of quantum physics in your life?  Right now?

Try this today.  Every time you criticize (in your head or out loud), stop and replace that criticism with praise. (Click that link to Tweet it)

It doesn’t matter if you’ve uttered the criticism already; stop yourself, correct yourself (without beating yourself up), and replace that criticism with some kind of legitimate praise.

What will happen?  You’ll change your focus from what you don’t want, don’t like, and don’t have.  And, instead, you’ll be appreciating the appearance of what you want and like through other people, places, and things.

And what you focus on is what grows!

Try this trick today and, if it doesn’t make a dramatic difference in your life, come back here and tell me.  I’ll send you both of my books for free!

And stay tuned to this blog for more tips about using new paradigms from quantum physics…

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Kimberly Ferrari is Worth Checking Out For Weight Loss Assistance

   Image  I met Kimberly Ferrari last August and we both agreed on the others’ value.  We just couldn’t decide on who was the better judge of character.  😉

Kim was excited enough to interview me about weight loss and quantum physics – a topic I always enjoy discussing!

Please check out our discussion here at her website

And, if you’re looking for a new wrinkle to your weight loss efforts, you won’t find a more open and nurturing person than Kim.  The rest of her website is worth your checking out too (not just our conversation).

Stay tuned to this blog for more about how to create your own reality using new paradigms from quantum physics.

Watch a Cool Television Interview

radio3  I gave a cool television interview last Sunday, January 6th. I was on Today in WAVE Country, with Dawne Gee.

Check it out here.

Also stay tuned for an awesome giveaway for my new book.  My latest book, Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail, is out now.