IE: Inner Vegas 2/2/14
I have a great guest this week on IE Radio! Dr. Joe Gallenberger...
Las Vegas, with its many casinos, has long been viewed as a playground for those who are willing to risk their money to hopefully make more. But did you know that it is a perfect place to study our power to manifest what we desire? Dr. Joseph Gallenberger, a clinical psychologist has, for the last twenty years, studied psychokinesis (PK), the ability to influence matter through non-physical means, at the gaming tables of Las Vegas.
The realization of our human potential must start with the knowing that this potential exists and is ours to use to create our biggest dreams. This is very often a tall hurdle to clear. Can we walk up to the table, intend to throw a nine, roll the dice and have the nine appear, not just once, but over and over again? If we can, this opens the door to all the other intentions we can set and then make happen. This is the setting that Joe used to confirm that we have the ability to create what we want in our lives.
Should be a wonderfully informative discussion and I hope you tune in.
Sunday, February 2, 6 PM PST - 9 PM EST
See you there!
Very good show last night - take a listen if you haven't :)
What a great show! And talk about synchronicity!
Listening now! Wow... Huge Grin...
It's all about an open heart. I love that!
Thank you for this show, Ladies!
One thing I am grateful for about returning from a vacation in Maui to -7 degree temperatures in sweet home Chicago is getting to catch up on IE Radio on the long blistery cold commute into the office.
This was really a great show, indeed. Loved the discussion on truth vs. hope, which Shirley discusses in her latest book. Other spiritual (intellectuals) like Pema Chodron also discuss this in her writings. What do you think this says about presidential campaigns (Obama included) that focus so much on "hope." Is it a way to control voters? If we cannot trust ourselves, we have to place hope in something outside of ourselves--i.e., presidential candidates? I wonder?
Speaking of democracy--I loved Shirley's contemplation of the following quote from Dr. Gallenberger as actually being a good definition of democracy: "do not attribute to malice what may be attributed to stupidity." Perfect!
Namaste and aloha from the frozen Midwest,
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