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May 2016 Mental Arts Newsletter

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We’ve recently launched a new website for the Mental Arts “Introduction to the Art of Rewriting” seminar to make it easy for anyone to find out about and to easily register for the seminar. One of the biggest challenges we see for clients and especially business owners is when we get into conversation about what they want to accomplish and …

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April 2016 Mental Arts Newsletter

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Welcome! In this edition read about Paul Grenci, CEO of Red Key Solutions, who recently completed the Mental Arts Business Operators seminar in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He is finding out that applying what he learned not only applies in his business, but every aspect of his life, including his family. Something that I hear a lot of clients talk about …

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Something About Her…

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In the latest Star Wars movie there is a character named Maz Kanata. In the movie she is the owner of a castle/bar that she has run for over a 1000 years. Her character displays a wonderful juxtaposition to reason… between her appearance and who she is. During the scene in the bar she is checking out one of the …

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February 2016 Mental Arts Newsletter

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Welcome! So very often we perceive someone to be a certain way based on how we think or what society deems acceptable. And more times than not we find, how we thought things are, are vastly different. We are a fascinating lot for sure, with all of our societal prejudices and media fantasies. The very fact that we can meet …

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October 2015 Mental Arts Newsletter

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Welcome to the October edition of the Mental Arts newsletter. Have you thought at times that life is moving by so quickly? Many people do, and I think it is because we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our every day routines and end up losing touch with the world around us. There is much going on …

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August 2015 Mental Arts Newsletter

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Welcome to the August edition of the Mental Arts newsletter…As human beings we seem to have a tendency towards embracing what’s comfortable or what’s known, sometimes even digging our heels in and saying “well, that’s the way things have always been”. In doing so though, creates a limit…it limits the joy within our lives and limits what we can accomplish …

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The Workings of the Mind

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Lily said,” The mind is defined as the sum total of all the programs and the metaprograms of a given human computer, whether or not they are immediately elicitable, detectable, and visibly operational to the self or to others.” This is an idea we have to consider very carefully when we work in a tank office. First, the statement suggests that …

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Apprenticeships

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Electricians, plumbers, mechanics, painters, joiners, truck drivers, machine operators, welders, fitters, HVAC service techs, operating engineers, iron workers, sheet metal workers, plasterers, bricklayers and a host of other professions all require apprenticeship programs to be completed before a person is allowed to work in that particular profession. But in the float industry there is no demand from established people in …

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Float Center Etiquette

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Back in the first days of public floating no one really knew what floating was about.  Much less what effects floating would really have, not for the client and especially not for the float operator. Lilly didn’t even know.  He spent his time in self examination, not in listening to people resolve their coalition conflicts.  However, that does not mean …

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The American Spirit

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Emma Lazarus wrote, “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” She wrote these words as part of a poem to raise money for the base of the Statue of Liberty. After the statue …

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