Learning Strategies Blog

Category: Euphoria

Your Prescription for Play

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 by Pete Bissonette
When was the last time you played playfully? “Played what?” you might ask. “Tennis, cards, the guitar, a good crossword puzzle?” Could be. It’s also possible to embody the spirit of playfulness while doing your job. But when you’re playing with a grim determination to excel, you’re not being playful. Playful: “liking play; prone to […]

Train Your Mind to Heal Your Body

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016 by Pete Bissonette
Many of the world’s most successful people credit their achievements to a well-trained mind. Self-hypnosis propelled golfers Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods to the top of their sport, led Albert Einstein to develop the Theory of Relativity, and helped Arnold Schwarzenegger sculpt his body and advance his acting and political careers. Medical research has shown […]

Which courses have Paraliminals?

Thursday, April 7th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Paraliminals are part of most of our personal learning courses. They help you resolve common issues and integrate what you learn on a deeper level so that the benefits show up in your daily life. When we create a Paraliminal specifically for a course, we ask over and over, “What can we do to increase […]

Hale Dwoskin on Letting Go

Sunday, July 25th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Hale Dwoskin shows you how to let go of recurring patterns of resistance to life. You may know him from The Secret and The Sedona Method, which is part of our Euphoria! personal learning course. Hale is just now releasing a new movie called Letting Go. Enjoy! Pete