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April 04th 2013:Three ways to connect to your inner light with Dr. Friedemann Schaub of Cellular Wisdom

Wanting to shine our light into the world is a natural desire, which often feels easier said than done. Whether our outer circumstances overwhelm us or we feel stuck in anxiety and depression, at times we may even question the existence of our inner light. But isn't it at these times that we need to turn our focus inward and realign ourselves with the brilliance of who we are? Listen to this interview with Dr. Friedemann Schaub, author of The Fear and Anxiety Solution, and learn three effective ways to connect with your inner light .

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Dr. Friedemann Schaub

Friedemann Schaub MD,PhD is the author of "The Fear and Anxiety Solution." As a physician specializing in cardiology and molecular biologist, Dr. Schaub became increasingly fascinated by the powerful influence of our thoughts, emotions, and beliefs on health and disease. He recognized that our abundant self-healing abilities can only function effectively when mind, body, and spirit are in alignment. To Dr. Schaub the subconscious mind holds the keys to accelerated healing, well-being and success. 
Based on this wealth of knowledge and experience, Dr. Schaub created a breakthrough and empowerment program that combines his medical expertise with NLP, Time Line Therapy™, clinical hypnothera
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