Mel Schwartz, LCSW

The Possibility Podcast With Mel Schwartz Episode 019: Bonus Episode ~ Mel on the CoreBrain Journal Podcast

In this bonus episode Mel Schwartz is interviewed by Dr. Charles Parker on his show CoreBrain Journal (hear the original episode here).

Dr. Parker and Mel explore how principles of quantum physics can be applied to our everyday life in unimaginable ways. Mel shares how he learned to untrain his mind from limiting beliefs and thoughts by shifting into that he calls a quantum worldview. He explains the harm done by our habit of either/or thinking that reduces reality to right vs. wrong.

The new quantum  paradigm fosters co-participatory relationships that move beyond the constraints of how we typically engage our lives. From this new perspective change no longer seems hard, but easily accessible. As we learn to embrace uncertainty fear and anxiety retreat as we ride the winds of change.

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