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This video discusses How to Use Enrichment Meditations for Your Growth, Healing, and Transformation. The Enrichment Meditations themselves are also posted on this blog.
The First International Neuro-Semantic Conference was truly a special event! It brought together people from around the world who have the vision of making the world a better place by offering skills that help people become their best. The conference … Continue reading
This was previously only available on the Enrichment Meditation I DVD, but I decided it should be shared for all to see. This is one my favorites of those I have produced so far. Enjoy the photography and the message! … Continue reading
Want to Succeed? Then take the 7 Steps to Greater Authenticity! By: Rich Liotta, Ph.D. Sometimes goals and resolutions are empty and disembodied from our spirit and soul. No wonder they fail! Often they are not authentic; they are not … Continue reading
We are excited to announce the release of Enrichment Meditations Volume 1! Find out more about this DVD by FOLLOWING THIS LINK. Enrichment Meditations are a synergy of majestic nature photography, music, and words crafted to inspire reflection, discovery, and … Continue reading
By: Rich Liotta Â©2010 In Sometimes We Run… Part 1 two of the primary ways that we run in relationship to our goals were addressed, running away from and running towards our goals (See that article here). There are several … Continue reading
Everything we do is goal directed, whether we are pursuing success, accomplishment, satisfaction, service, love, acceptance, or simply comfort and the absence of pain. Goals are always with us, whether consciously acknowledged or not. We seek them, achieve them, fail … Continue reading
By: Rich Liotta Â©2010 The onion metaphor has often been used to describe the process of delving into a personâ€™s psyche. Layers are removed to reveal what is beneath, toward the core. The metaphor reflects the many layers that we … Continue reading
This is a 2-minute Enrichment Meditation starring a loon and its calls. Hiking in the Adirondack’s is wonderful and spiritual for me. You never know when a chance encounter will strike a chord of wonder and connection. For me loons … Continue reading