Expand This Moment: Focused Meditations to Quiet Your Mind, Brighten Your Mood, and Set Yourself Free ~ John Selby

12 Universal Focus Phrases to Quickly Bring Peace and Inner Clarity

Throughout his pioneering career as a psychologist and spiritual teacher, John Selby has sought new solutions to confusion and suffering, and discovered proven techniques for attaining mental, physical, and emotional well-being. The streamlined daily practice presented here is the final result of a lifetime of psychological research born of John’s personal struggle and spiritual awakening.

The twelve simple yet potent Focus Phrases taught in this book integrate the wisdom of the world’s spiritual practices with cutting-edge cognitive science, inserting realistic “intent messages” into your inner dialogue and encouraging creative insight and emotional healing. These core statements constitute a root psychological meditative practice to help you tap the power of the present moment — naturally, pleasurably, and with life-affirming consistency.

Here is a sampling of the focus phrases Selby offers:

➢ I choose to enjoy this moment.

➢ I feel the air flowing in and out of my nose.

➢ I am ready to experience the feelings in my heart.

➢ I honor and love myself just as I am.

“Expand This Moment” Introduction with John

In this short discussion of John’s new book Expand This Moment, you will learn the origins of the Wake Up meditation program taught in the book and online at http://www.TappingDaily.org. This is the short version of the video introduction to the Expand This Moment process – the longer version is also available at the author’s site.

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