This week’s show is with Jørgen Rasmussen, who has seen clients professionally as an agent of change for twenty years, the first eight spent running an “Impossibles practice” with a ‘no change, no pay’ policy.
In this show, Jørgen and I explored the illusion of the mind/body split and its implications for our health and wellbeing. We spoke about lots of examples such as how Jørgen’s worked with people on their allergies, and the opportunities that can open up for people when they see that the mind-body split is fiction.
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What you’ll learn from this episode:
- We collectively as a culture agree the mind and body are separate but there’s no real basis for doing so and there’s plenty of examples of things that don’t fit that paradigm, which we then see as exceptions to the rule rather than seeing that they could be pointing to the fact that the split is an illusion.
- An allergy is like a phobia of the immune system and given the mind/body connection, allergies can often be resolved by someone recognising the way the mind and body act together as one.
- We collectively agree that certain symptoms are common and then that creates a spike in those symptoms. Even the way we create reality differs between cultures depending on the agreements we’ve made about how our bodies work.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
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