Episode #42


Why Everyone Needs Psychic Healing

Honesty is a necessary ingredient for healing from past traumas, mainly honesty with yourself. If other people become disagreeable because you are learning to understand your self better, do you prefer to fit in and comply with societal norms or are you prepared to sacrifice those things for clarity about who you are and what the actual purpose of your life is? We are all under this spell to a smaller or larger degree. Breaking it is the concern of evey human being.

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This video by Daniel Mackler serves as the basis of today’s discussion: “The Two Things That Deeply Psychologically Change a Person”

William quotes a wise take on “the world’s biggest problem” from this video’s first minute.

A succinct explanation of the prisoner’s dilemma

Steve makes reference to the British musician Ren



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