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Frameshifting: A Path to Wholeness

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Ever wonder why certain events allow you to expand your consciousness or alter who you think you are beyond what you normally experience?
Through the power of Frameshifting, I'll show you how you can have access to this experience at any time, without adopting, changing, or fixing your beliefs Along the way, I share with you personal experiences I've had that triggered th
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Hardcover, 188 pages
Published January 28th 2010 by Loving Healing Press (first published March 24th 2008)
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Lauri
Apr 13, 2010 Lauri rated it it was amazing
Frame Shifting: A Path
To Wholeness
Author: David K. Banner
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 978-1-932690-55-2

We all know what we are supposed to do with our lives in general: achieve success, work hard, obey the law, honor our responsibilities and commitments, etc.. But in our society, most of us are not really given the answer to how to get there and how to define this often elusive success for ourselves. What about personal happiness and a sense of purpose? How do you come to define who you
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Jan 19, 2012 Mochalove rated it it was amazing
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In the realm of human spirituality, the human ego can be the greatest hindrance to mankind and our spiritual development. All of us are so busy protecting our own interests by virtue of following our egos that we miss out on a better, stress free, fear free and more joyful life. According to author David K. Banner PHD, author of the book FrameShifting, if we use compassion and empathy to deal with others it leads us to higher stages of consciousness which in turn will make life for us a smoother ...more
Tami
Feb 27, 2009 Tami rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It’s so very easy to get stuck in a rut. We live our lives and rarely venture out of our comfort zone. We become judgmental, believing that others should act as we want them to do.

Then, something dramatic happens in our lives. It may be a divorce, illness, or the death of a loved one. Suddenly, our lives are turned upside down. Our black and white thinking turns very grey.

Dr. Banner calls this process FrameShifting, changing our perspective and becoming open to the possibilities that someone e
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