Somatics, Massage and Holism

 

I recently gave a speech at a conference on stress management on the importance of merging massage and somatics as the ultimate expression of “. “Holism”. Holism is an approach to systemic thinking that states that the elements within a system influence each other in ways that cannot be explained or determined by understanding, measuring, or defining any individual unit within that system.

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The word Holism comes from the ancient Greek word (ὅλος holos,
meaning total, all, or entire). The concept of holistic thinking has
ancient roots going back to Aristotle and was expanded upon by Jan Smuts and R. Buckminster Fuller. Jan Smuts named the concept Holism. He states that holism is “The tendency in nature to form wholes that are greater than the sum of the parts through creative evolution.” What a visionary idea!

 

All this explained in an Introduction to the Teaching of the RealUGuru.

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Find it at http://www.RealUGuru.com

The term Holistic did not come into common usage until the 1960’s. Since then, the words holism and holistic have become clichés of sorts for every “new age” idea to come along and this has lead to some resistance among scientists exploring a scientific interpretation of holism.  However, respected visionaries like Buckminster Fuller understood the concept and wrote extensively on it, even naming the process of the sum being greater than the parts “Synergy.”
Today the term holism and holistic thinking in the academic world and in the world of professional massage is widespread. It is commonly used in the social sciences but is still considered a radical concept in the mainstream scientific community. Much of what is now known as “systems thinking” can be traced to holism and is core to the integration of traditional western massage, bodywork and “energetic” based hands-on-healing systems such as Swedish Massage, Shiatsu, reflexology, Polarity Therapy, Reiki, Rolfing, Aromatherapy Massage, Connective Tissue Massage, Rolfing, Cranial Sacral Techniques and many other approaches that integrate body, mind and spirit.
Holism has greater popularity in the social sciences than in the natural sciences. This has become more the case since scientists are encountering problems of ever-greater complexity, that though unsolvable by the traditional approach of deducing information from the properties of the basic parts of systems alone, can be explained by exploring the influence of certain units in a system upon other units in that same system. The massage professional has experienced the same trend in the last few decades with “chi” based touch producing positive results where tapping, kneading, cupping and other related techniques may fall short when used in isolation.
Holistic Theory has applications in fields as diverse as architecture, biology, economics, industrial design, linguistics, philosophy and sociology as it does in the integration of seemingly oppositional massage and bodywork techniques. There are many ways that a massage therapist can apply holistic models to touch based therapies. Many physicians recognize this and are willing to bring massage, somatic and body psychotherapy  into Holistic medicine and Holistic healing practices. For  a massage therapist intuition can play an important role and this is where scientific holism can be invaluable. Scientific Holism holds that the behavior of a system cannot be perfectly predicted, no matter how much data is available.

In this book you will learn new ways to expand your massage practice and if you are a dancer, gymnast, personal trainer, or martial artist you will learn how to integrate massage into your training program.

 

Lewis Harrison, known as the RealUGuru  is a copywriter, motivational speaker specializing in game based thinking, applied game theory and Game Thinking.

The author of over fifteen books – http://www.RealUGuru.com Lewis is a  seminar leader, futurist, entrepreneur, a national network  radio talk show (WIOXRadio.org) host, success mentor and life coach and a best-selling author.

He is the creator of  the RealUGuru Project – www.RealUGuru.com.com.  that focuses on the application of gamification, decision science, positive psychology, happiness,  and visionary thinking to solve basic, complex and extreme problems. Here is a short interview with Lewis;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

His company www.eventschairmassage.com offer Corporate chair massage to meeting planners, event planners, association meetings and trade shows. He offer these stress management and onsite massage services in NYC, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas, Greensboro, Columbus Ohio and many other cities across the United States.

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Empathy, Influence and Healing

Empathy, Influence and Healing

I learned that one of the challenges for the person of power and influence is to have a deep appreciation of empathy – the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

I say this is a challenge is that one cannot be empathetic for everyone as much as we might wish to.  To attempt to do so is contrary to the possibilities of human psychology.

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In the new environment of globalization the influencer and power broker is more than ever confronted with the collateral damage that may result from certain decisions.  Now, it seems that the world is more empathetic than ever. To feel the pain of suffering in other peoples or in geographically distant places are ways of thinking that were not part of our cultural behaviors just a century ago. Advances in communication, transportation and the culture of social networking has changed the way we see each other. Even Violence, seen on historical timescales, is decreasing and where it has not decreased there is often condemnation and consequences for those who violate what is considered ethical behavior towards others

 

As we expand the scope of our empathy the circle of those we care about has expanded to include people of different races, creeds, social and economic classes and nations. It seems that not only the human race will draw our empathy but animals and the planet itself. Most would say that this pattern is a good thing and yet there is a challenge here.

Of course there is flawed thinking in the creating of this perfect picture. Our instinctive nature tells us to separate others into to “us” and “them”. On the Wisdom Path this is called Tribal Thinking” and is difficult to transcend. We like to help those in our tribe. These may be friends, family, or fellow citizens. At the other extreme we may neglect or even punish those we do not consider as members of our tribe. In our post-modern, globalized,  multicutural world our moral circles are expanding still many remain stubbornly fixed to dogmatic definitions of tribes and even sub-tribes within major goups – Protestant and Catholic, Pentocostal and both  Democrats and Republicans, Tea Party Republicans and mainstream Republicans,  Sunnis and Shiites, both within these groups opposed to Sufis Duke, Observant Jews and Reform Jews etc

The person who is motivated by love and compassion is likely to have an intellectual and emotional investment in universal empathy, which means no boundary between in-group and out-group. This is a challenge for in doing so there will likely be a conflict between our hierarchal and competitive nature and our desire to be altruistic in all ways.

 

As the realization spreads that life on earth need not always be a zero sum game we have the capability to act on the empathy we feel and be kinder, gentler and compassionate. Even the most selfish and provincial among us has the ability to put an empathetically driven reciprocal altruism into action with little cost to ourselves if reciprocation does not take place.  With a clear intention we can become more inclusive, reducing  the need to divide between in-group and out-group. There are number of ways to increase empathy. They include:

Practicing meditation, serving others and simply having the intention to be more empathetic towards ideologically and racially dissimilar others.

 

The great thing about the natural tendency most people have to be competitive and hierarchal is that can often be easily influenced to respond to some financial or material gain. I often write about this in my analysis of game theory and applied game based thinking. Whenever one introduces monetary incentives people can be motivated to behave better towards their adversaries and have greater empathy towards them. Of course we are tribal on a core level and it is unlikely that we will ever completely transcend our parochial tendencies patterns.

 

How empathetic are you and how do you express empathy for others in your daily life?

 

To learn more on some of the ideas presented in this blog please read my Ebook: Healing Depression Naturally

 

You can purchase and download it at: http://www.RealUGuru.com

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You can also find an Ebook on emotional healing at:

The RealUGuru’s Guide To Healing Your Emotions

 

Lewis Harrison is a writer, content-rich, motivational speaker, and an entrepreneur specializing in game based thinking, applied game theory and Game Thinking.

 

Known as the RealUGuru. He is the author of over twenty-two books published in five languages.  Including the business books.

 

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Don’t forget to tune into my Radio show today at WIOX 91.3 FM or on your smart device at WIOXRadio.org.

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If you are interested in business success in the 21st Century in the arts or in any other endeavor you need to read Lewis’ recently published business books.

 

You can find them here:

http://www.realuguru.com/products/printed-books/building-your-business-in-the-new-digital-reality/

http://www.realuguru.com/products/printed-books/gamification-for-business/

 

In addition Lewis is THE CREATOR OF Lewis Harrison’s Applied Game Theory,  seminar leader, futurist, NPR affiliated radio talk show (WIOXRadio.org) host, success and life coach and a best-selling author.

He is the creator of a web site – http://www.RealUGuru.com  that focuses on the application of gamification, decision science, positive psychology, happiness,  and visionary thinking to solve basic, complex and extreme problems. He is the creator of a free course on business success and human potential.

Here is a short interview with Lewis;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

His company www.eventschairmassage.com offers Corporate chair massage to meeting planners, event planners, association meetings and trade shows. He also offers these stress management and onsite massage services in NYC, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas, Greensboro, Columbus Ohio and many other cities across the United States through www.NoStressSpeaker.com.

 

 

LIST OF BOOKS

“The RealUGuru’s Guide to Wealth and Success Big Data and Information Science”

http://www.realuguru.com/products/ebooks/the-realugurus-guide-to-wealth-and-success-through-big-data-and-information-science/

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Winning the Game of Life: A Primer to Lewis Harrison’s Applied Game Theory

Winning The Game Of Life: A Primer On Lewis Harrison’s Applied Game Theory

 

Somatics, Corporate Chair Massage and Holism

I recently gave a speech at a conference on stress management on the importance of merging massage and somatics as the ultimate expression of “. “Holism”. Holism is an approach to systemic thinking that states that the elements within a system influence each other in ways that cannot be explained or determined by understanding, measuring, or defining any individual unit within that system. My company  – http://www.eventschairmassage.com – uses a holistic model.

 

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The word Holism comes from the ancient Greek word (ὅλος holos,
meaning total, all, or entire). The concept of holistic thinking has
ancient roots going back to Aristotle and was expanded upon by Jan Smuts and R. Buckminster Fuller. Jan Smuts named the concept Holism. He states that holism is “The tendency in nature to form wholes that are greater than the sum of the parts through creative evolution.” What a visionary idea!
The term Holistic did not come into common usage until the 1960’s. Since then, the words holism and holistic have become clichés of sorts for every “new age” idea to come along and this has lead to some resistance among scientists exploring a scientific interpretation of holism.  However, respected visionaries like Buckminster Fuller understood the concept and wrote extensively on it, even naming the process of the sum being greater than the parts “Synergy.”

 

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Today the term holism and holistic thinking in the academic world and in the world of professional massage is widespread. It is commonly used in the social sciences but is still considered a radical concept in the mainstream scientific community. Much of what is now known as “systems thinking” can be traced to holism and is core to the integration of traditional western massage, bodywork and “energetic” based hands-on-healing systems such as Swedish Massage, Shiatsu, reflexology, Polarity Therapy, Reiki, Rolfing, Aromatherapy Massage, Connective Tissue Massage, Rolfing, Cranial Sacral Techniques and many other approaches that integrate body, mind and spirit.
Holism has greater popularity in the social sciences than in the natural sciences. This has become more the case since scientists are encountering problems of ever-greater complexity, that though unsolvable by the traditional approach of deducing information from the properties of the basic parts of systems alone, can be explained by exploring the influence of certain units in a system upon other units in that same system. The massage professional has experienced the same trend in the last few decades with “chi” based touch producing positive results where tapping, kneading, cupping and other related techniques may fall short when used in isolation.
Holistic Theory has applications in fields as diverse as architecture, biology, economics, industrial design, linguistics, philosophy and sociology as it does in the integration of seemingly oppositional massage and bodywork techniques. There are many ways that a massage therapist can apply holistic models to touch based therapies. Many physicians recognize this and are willing to bring massage, somatic and body psychotherapy  into Holistic medicine and Holistic healing practices. For  a massage therapist intuition can play an important role and this is where scientific holism can be invaluable. Scientific Holism holds that the behavior of a system cannot be perfectly predicted, no matter how much data is available.

In this book you will learn new ways to expand your massage practice and if you are a dancer, gymnast, personal trainer, or martial artist you will learn how to integrate massage into your training program.

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Lewis Harrison, known as the RealUGuru  is a copywriter, motivational speaker specializing in game based thinking, applied game theory and Game Thinking.

The author of over fifteen books http://www.RealUGuru.com Lewis is a  seminar leader, futurist, entrepreneur, a national network  radio talk show (WIOXRadio.org) host, success mentor and life coach and a best-selling author.

He is the creator of a web site – www.askLewis.com.  that focuses on the application of gamification, decision science, positive psychology, happiness,  and visionary thinking to solve basic, complex and extreme problems. Here is a short interview with Lewis;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

His company www.eventschairmassage.com offer Corporate chair massage to meeting planners, event planners, association meetings and trade shows. He offer these stress management and onsite massage services in NYC, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas, Greensboro, Columbus Ohio and many other cities across the United States.

 

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Creating a Life Mission Through Compassion

I have a personal interest in ways that we can live more loving, compassionate and empathetic lives.

Every once and a while a come across an article or blog that addresses this very concept.

Today I came across one called

“’Today We Are His Family’: Teen Volunteers Mourn Those Who Died Alone”

As the title implies a group of Boston teenagers are making a difference in their own way. They seek out those who died alone with no family to comfort them in their last days. They attend the funeral of the deceased “anonymous” person and act as pallbearers at the funeral. They create community for those who seem to have none or to have lost whatever community they had. It made me think about the purpose of living and the cyc;e of life.

 

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Many of the comments after the article were poignant, and often critical of the motivation, purpose, intention or benefit of this activity.

Here is the link to the full article.

http://www.npr.org/2016/01/25/463567685/today-we-are-his-family-teen-volunteers-mourn-those-who-died-alone?utm_source=npr_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20160131&utm_campaign=bestofnpr&utm_term=nprnews is posted at

He are a few comments posted on about the article.

“All acts of kindness and volunteerism should be appreciated, no doubt. But I wonder about this in perspective relative to other potential actions by these well-intentioned young men. Clearly, the deceased can’t appreciate their good will. To wit: he’s dead. Even in life, many who live alone chose to do so; sympathy for their isolation is mis-guided. And what if he was atheist — who benefits from a prayer in his honor? With the fact that there simply aren’t enough volunteers, wouldn’t these guys’ time be better served visiting an elderly shut-in who is alive and does crave the opportunity for a conversation? Or how about visiting a shelter and playing fetch with a dog who will be euthanized tomorrow due to no fault of its own? Volunteering to somehow improve another’s quality of life has real value IMO. This somehow seems like nothing more than free labor.”

 

“Just say ‘thank you’. This deed obviously meant a great deal to these young men, and a critique of their good intentions is not necessary. Just say “thank you”.

 

“Tell me this — other than making them feel good (which, be definition, would be selfish), what good did it do? What did it accomplish that resulted in benefit to others?”

 

“Actions such as these send a message to the living, that each life if worth something.”

 

“We should take every chance that we can to reaffirm that we are decent human beings. Many times the persons or animals we are performing a last act of kindness for are beyond caring or can not care, but the act selfishly helps us to maintain a feeling that we are decent members of humanity.”

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What are your thoughts about what they are doing here and why.

 

Here is a recording of Ray Charles about the cycle of life.

 

 

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Lewis Harrison speaks to organizations and businesses of all types and offers seminars throughout the world on his work on the art and science of decision making through spiritually motivated  “Game Based Thinking”.

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His company www.eventsChairMassage.com offers chair massage services to meeting planners, event planners and incentive travel programs.  Massage groups in his massage network offer services in all areas of the United States including: Chair Massage Chicago – Trade Show Massage Washington D.C. – Stress Master Massage Las Vegas – Castro District Corporate Massage San Francisco – Los Angeles Stress management Massage – and The Javits Center Chair Massage Company – Capital Chair Massage Albany NY

 

He also offers private fee based coaching programs. 

Call him at 212-724-8782 for more information.

 

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Click below to observe a nine minute video interview Lewis  did with the Award winning journalist Phyllis Haynes on why  people suffer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

 

Lewis Harrison is the author of sixteen books including

“Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times” a book of  concerned with personal development, human potential, stress reduction and business excellence.

 

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Order his book by clicking below:

http://www.amazon.com/Spiritual-Not-Religious-Sacred-AskLewis-com/dp/1499150547

 

 

Or type these words on you search engine subject line “spiritual not religious Harrison amazon”

 

You can reach him at LewisCoaches@gmail.com

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A NOTE FROM LEWIS HARRISON ABOUT HIS FREE COURSE

 

 

 

I have been contacted by many people who have studied with me over the last four decades. Many have an interest in my current ideas on  personal development and human potential. These notes are being organized into a series of books titled the”Teachings of Lewis Harrison” of which Volume One is “Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times.

 

Based on the positive response to this first Volume in the series I have organized a free course from my 20,000 plus pages of notes on:

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How to Make Choices, Zen, Mystic Taoism, Game Based Thinking, Quantum Thought, Holistic Medicine and Healing and other areas of interest.

If you want to receive the course just send me an e-mail toLewisCoaches@gmail.com and write “Send Me the Free Course” in the subject line. If you like it and ask for the next lesson I’ll send you another one weekly.

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If you are a social networker please “Friend” me, Lewis Harrison on face book “Like”  my page at https://www.facebook.com/AskLewis/ and invite others who might benefit.

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Lewis Harrison speaks to organizations and businesses of all types and offers seminars throughout the world on his work on the art and science of decision making through spiritually motivated  “Game Based Thinking”

He also offers private fee based coaching programs. 

Call him at 212-724-8782 for more information.

 

 

 

Pierre Marie Félix Janet and the History of Hypnosis

I was mentoring a member of the association today and we got into a discussion about how one transforms themselves; really changes their way of thinking.

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In my mind this cannot be done intellectually. One must explore the emotional core of one’s being. Clean out the “cellular memory” – the stud that get’s stored in our physical body on the deepest level. This can be some a number of ways.

You can call them trance processes, visualization, hypnosis, shamanic realities or altered states of conscious. Even corporate chair massage can put you in this state. Often when I do motivational speaking about hypnosis, stress management and personal development I speak about trance states.

 

Two of my favorites approaches to transformation are Inner Child Work as presented by John Bradshaw and Journal writing as created by Ira Progroff (an early friend of Joseph Campbell’s .) Both of these are included in my book “100 Portals: Wormholes to Alternate Reality” – When completed this book will be Volume 8 in the Teachings of Lewis Harrison.

Much of this transformational work is done through an external or self created hypnotic trance. Much of my work as a mentor revolves around trance work and the exploration of altered states of conscious.

 

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Since Monday is the day I write about visionary thinkers I want to introduce you to a great pioneer in Trance work: Pierre Marie Félix Janet

 

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Pierre Marie Félix Janet: (30 May 1859 – 24 February 1947) was a pioneering French psychologist, philosopher and psychotherapist in the field of dissociation and traumatic memory.

Janet was one of the first people to allege a connection between events in the subject’s past life and his or her present day trauma, and coined the words ‘dissociation and ‘subconscious’. His study of the ‘magnetic passion’ or ‘rapport’ between the patient and the hypnotist anticipated later accounts of transference.

He was an influence on William James, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler all pioneers in Psychiatry and Psychology and Jung studied with Janet in directly in 1902.

He is ranked alongside William James and Wilhelm Wundt as one of the founding fathers of psychology. 

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Be happy and move to the next level if you are ready.

Thanks for Reading

 

Lewis

Here is a music video that reminds me of Janet or any of the great pioneers in trance work.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-DmAh0dObI

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Click below to observe a nine minute video interview Lewis  did with the Award winning journalist Phyllis Haynes on why  people suffer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

 

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Lewis Harrison is the author of sixteen books including

“Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times” a book of  concerned with personal development, human potential, stress reduction and business excellence.

Order his book by clicking below:

http://www.amazon.com/Spiritual-Not-Religious-Sacred-AskLewis-com/dp/1499150547

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Or type these words on you search engine subject line “spiritual not religious Harrison amazon”

 ou can reach him at LewisCoaches@gmail.com

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If you are a social networker please “Friend” me, Lewis Harrison on face book “Like”  my page at https://www.facebook.com/AskLewis/ and invite others who might benefit.

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Lewis Harrison speaks to organizations and businesses of all types and offers seminars throughout the world on his work on the art and science of decision making through spiritually motivated  “Game Based Thinking”

 

He also offers private fee based coaching programs. 

Call him at 212-724-8782 for more information.

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The Wisdom Path for Reiki Masters

With a deep your understanding  of  Zen, Taoism or some other spiritually based studies you can be a better healer.

 

No matter how advanced  your intellect, and mental clarity, the fact remains that in your practice you will need to explore how the appropriate application of your individual talents, personal resources, and your ability to delay short term gratification can help you create your best life.

 

Both Zen and Taoism are essentially “Wisdom Paths”. They are approaches to spirituality that explore what “Is” through metaphor and poetic thoughts, while guiding you to surrender the need to understand your thoughts concerning what “is”. Each of these paths, Taoism and Zen, has subtle differences that ultimately will dissolve once you have mastered either. It better to drop the distinctions from the very beginning if possible. Let’s just call one’s intention to live life fully, with little or no unnecessary struggle the, “Wisdom Path.”

 

The Wisdom Path integrates practices and traditions from Zen and Taoism and also draws from a diverse pool of thought including Kabala, Sufism, Game Theory, and mystic Christianity.  Whether the source is Lao Tsu Meister Eckhart, Thomas Merton or the Ball Shem Tov the core element in this work is the sitting meditation often associate with the Soto School of Zen. Also Integrated into the Wisdom Path is the exploration of kōans as practiced in the Rinzai Zen School, and the altered states of consciousness that may naturally arise with deep introspection and contemplation.  The aim of all of these is essentially the same – enlightenment or awakening.  In addition to mediation and the exploration of kōans learning to conserve our resources and balance them as they manifest  through our life skills is equally important.  By merging these approaches, you are in a sense creating a post-modern monastery.

 

We were recently offering a seminar on stress management at the Catskills Bed and Breakfast  – http://www.TheCatskillsbedandBreakfast.com – in Stamford NY. During the breakout sessions we offered stress management seminars that including creative visualization, spirituality in business and onsite chair massage. The event was a great success.

 

 

 

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Click below to observe a nine minute video interview Lewis  did with the Award winning journalist Phyllis Haynes on why  people suffer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp4DtXpPBeM

 

 

Lewis Harrison is the author of sixteen books including

“Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times” a book of  concerned with personal development, human potential, stress reduction and business excellence.

 

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Order his book by clicking below :

http://www.amazon.com/Spiritual-Not-Religious-Sacred-AskLewis-com/dp/1499150547

 Or type these words on you search engine subject line “spiritual not religious Harrison amazon”

 

You can reach him at LewisCoaches@gmail.com

 

He offers stress management programs throughout the United  States. Part of this company is  his corporate chair massage company, eventschairmassage.com provides seated and chair massage for stress management seminars and trainings as well to special events for  meeting planners and meeting professionals in New York City, New Jersey Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Greensboro NC, Florida and other major meeting and conventions venues.

 

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If you are a social networker please “Friend” me, Lewis Harrison on face book “Like”  my page at “https://www.facebook.com/AskLewis/” and invite others who might benefit.

 

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Lewis Harrison speaks to organizations and businesses of all types and offers seminars throughout the world on his work on the art and science of decision making through spiritually motivated  “Game Based Thinking”

 

 

 

 

He also offers private fee based coaching programs. 

Call him at 212-724-8782 for more information.