Congratulations!  Welcome to the Full "Lose the Moose 2014" Program!

And because you registered by Jan. 6, you get these bonuses too:
"From Greatest Darkness into LIght"
(The Epiphany) -- 25 minute audio recording

From Greatest Darkness -- Light.mp3

Or to download the mp3 recording, click here
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"Ten Meditation Tips for People who can't Meditate"   --  click here to download PDF.

Enjoy!  Scroll down to see the full program audio.
Here's the "Lose the Moose 2014" from the New Year's Day Free presentation. 

Lose the Moose 2014.mp3

Or to download the mp3 recording, click here.

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But there's more!  See below to
check out the full six-session program!
Ready to cross over from being stuck to moving ahead?
The six sessions will be posted Jan. 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18.   Book mark this page to return easily.

1) Dealing with others – The tendency is to list other people as stumbling blocks. The problem is that blaming others isn’t productive. Further, it institutionalizes the status quo, with the perception that nothing can be done unless others change, and that’s unlikely. The reaction to this truth, “Yeah, but if you knew the people I have to deal with,” is the first barrier necessary to cross.

2) Dealing with current conditions – Positive planning is difficult when conditions are bleak. The tendency is an implicit assumption that these conditions will and necessarily must continue indefinitely, or at least long term. That perception perpetuates the stagnant conditions. Leaving that mindset means changing beliefs about the present, and that’s not easy to do alone.

3) Dealing with money – Misunderstandings about money are a common problem: what it is, how it works, and how it differs from abundance, wealth, income, resources and currency in particular. A key symptom of these misunderstandings is the belief that money is difficult to come by, especially in economic downturns, instead of looking to economic fundamentals and how they function. Clarity here is crucial.

4) Dealing with thought – People are often caught in thought, a metaphor outlining itself as keeping them stuck by their own thinking. Scattered thoughts also dissipate energy, preventing the coherence necessary to focus on definite objectives. Not infrequently, this is because people don’t actually know what they want, making achieving it impossible.

5) Dealing with intuition and spirit – Listening to intuition and working in tune with one’s spirit makes sense, but often people have trouble doing this in any practical day to day sense. This connection is important, and like any other skill, can be learned with direction and practice.

6) Dealing with change – Not uncommonly, people become comfortable with the ills they know, and consciously or not, resist changing, preferring to continually recreate the present. Thus, change “seems hard,” when the difficulty is an inside job. Hence – losing the moose that's stuck where it doesn’t belong.