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Do You Quantum Think? Groundbreaking Author Dianne Collins

  Broadcast in Spirituality

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Dianne, who mentored with Dr. Fred Alan Wolfe of the hit film “What the BLEEP Do We Know!?” is a graduate of the University of Miami in Philosophy and Psychology and a lifelong student of Siddha Yoga and numerous leading edge modalities and models that bring more joy to life.

Her varied experiences as a fortune 100 corporate manager, an award winning photographic artist, and currently as a consultant to business executives and entrepreneurs, all contributes to her extraordinary gift of originality and ability to express complex universal subjects in clear and powerful ways that benefit people instantly.

Do You QuantumThink? introduces the world to the method of QuantumThink® a groundbreaking new system of thinking for mastering effectiveness in a changing world as developed by author Dianne Collins.

The mission of Do You QuantumThink? is to help all of us make a Quantum Leap from the archaic industrial age thinking of our recent past, to a new era of quantum age thinking that is holistically attuned to modern developments in quantum physics, technology, and spirituality. Ms Collins explores the age-old philosophical questions of how our subjective thinking affects our reality using the insight from the scientific breakthroughs of quantum physics.

But the importance of this book’s message of the ability to affect our reality by a more constructive way of thinking goes beyond achieving individual well being to the global implications of this fundamental change in our worldview. Do You QuantumThink? breaks it all down to 21 precise principles, a “system” of thinking which will walk the reader through every aspect of this powerful new concept!

www.diannecollins.com

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