Mind Loops Blog: Feb 2018: “Discover 3 powerful truths Barbara learned from her near-death experience – LIVE in Seattle, Sat, Feb 10th, 2018″ You don’t have to nearly die to benefit from my own near-death experience. I usually speak only about Mind Loops as the primary understanding I received from my encounter with the edge … More Discover 3 powerful truths Barbara learned from her near-death experience – LIVE in Seattle, Sat, Feb 10th, 2018
The Mind Loops Blog – “Not Just For Bears; Hibernation Ain’t Laziness, It’s Creative Renewal – Jan 2018 x Happy New Year! I hope you had wonderful holiday experiences and are starting the year off with FLOW. x While I started off the New Year SLOWLY (I have been remiss in writing a blog or … More Not Just For Bears: Hibernation Ain’t Laziness, It’s Creative Renewal
Are You Really Alive? -The Mind Loops Blog – May 2017 One morning I woke up while camping with my partner Jim in a completely FREAKY, AWESOME location and said… “Hey, let’s shoot a music video!” Always up for an adventure, he responded with an enthusiastic, “Sure!” How does the video and song relate to … More Are You Really Alive?
The Mind Loops Blog – March 2017 Hello Friend! I’m thinking about creating a new course on how to Overcome Anxiety and Worry. I used to be a MEGA-worrier and it caused me a ton of pain, stress, exhaustion, and lost opportunities. Thankfully(!) I learned how to stop the thinking and habits that caused it … More I’d so appreciate your input on a new course!
The Mind Loops Blog: “Stop Feeling Overwhelmed And Stressed: 3 Ways To Declutter Your Mind” – Feb, 2017 Do you ever wake up in a surge of negative thoughts? Or have trouble getting to sleep because your brain keeps looping on that ever-expanding “to do” list that makes you feel like you’re drowning in tasks? … More Stop Feeling Overwhelmed: 3 Ways To Declutter Your Mind
The Mind Loops Blog: “How To Make the Impossible Possible” – Jan 2017 Can you believe that apartment buildings, cars, and body parts like ears, kidneys and skin can be made with a 3D printer?! That one amazing fellow (Dean Karnazes) actually ran nonstop for 350 miles! (It took him 81 hours – he even … More How To Make the Impossible Possible