Author, therapist, and lecturer Burt Goldman shared his techniques for healing, developing creative abilities, and enhancing one's well-being. The concept of multiple universes is now seriously considered in quantum physics, and suggests there are alternate versions of oneself living in these other realms. Tying in to this, he developed a method called "quantum jumping" whereby people can contact their alternate selves to learn a new skill or glean insights. Goldman said he used this practice to become an accomplished photographer, artist, and musician through his contact with various selves who had already developed these skills.
Quantum jumping can be used for spiritual contacts as well, such as visiting departed loved ones in order to get closure or heal unresolved issues, he said. Goldman shared a technique (a variation on EMDR therapy), for overcoming psychological traumas. A person reenacts the trauma in their mind and then rapidly moves their eyes to the extreme left, and then extreme right for 10 second periods. By repeating this exercise three times for a total of 30 seconds, the problem can be resolved, he claimed.
Goldman also talked about hypnosis, the importance of meditation or concentration, finding the right rhythm or attitude, as well as how the Law of Attraction works. "Everything starts in the mind. You may not be able to control the outer universe, but you can control your mind. And that's the whole idea of quantum jumping, you jump into an area where you are the person you want to be," he stated.
First hour guest, editor of NaturalNews.Com, Mike Adams, gave an update on how small stores and farmers are being targeted by the FDA for selling raw dairy products. The FDA trains a network of informants to infiltrate raw milk farmers, and these spies make up to $200,000 a year, funded through a provision of the US Patriot Act, he reported. The govt. has also conducted recent raids against such companies as Gibson Guitars for selling instruments made from non-approved wood, he added.