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Reading the Akashic Records & Reducing Stress with Mindfulness on Scott Cluthe's Positivly Inco

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Scott Cluthe has powerful topics Thursday night Live. The Akashic Records and Mindfulness. First Scott talks with Linda Howe, author of the new book and CD series, How to Read the Akashic Records. Then Bob Stahl,Ph.D. & Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D., co-authors of The Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Workbook, join Scott. What are the Akashic Records ?, you may ask. Good question! The Akashic Records are considered a universal filing system which record every occurring thought, word, and action: a collection of mystical knowledge stored in the etheric levels. The vibrational records of each individual soul and its journey are contained here, making it a profound spiritual resource for consciousness development and expanded spiritual awareness. Linda Howe is the founder and director of the Center for Akashic Studies. She is an inspirational author, gifted teacher and the leading expert in the field of Akashic Studies. She specializes in the use of the Akashic Records for personal empowerment and consciousness development. Linda Howe is known for making spiritual ideas readily understandable and useful in the daily lives of her students, enabling them to experience the growth and transformation they seek. Since 1996, Linda has successfully taught thousands of people to work in the Records as a spiritual practice. In 1990, Jon Kabat-Zinn revolutionized the way millions of people handle distressing thoughts and feelings by writing Full Catastrophe Living, the book that introduced mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) to the public for the first time. In A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook, mindfulness experts Bob Stahl and Elisha Goldstein adapt Kabat-Zinn’s groundbreaking program into an accessible workbook format. Readers turn to this book once a week for eleven weeks, gradually improving their ability to relieve intense stress and reconnect with the present.

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