New Kind of Therapy Combines Quantum Mechanics with Psychology

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For those disappointed with the results of lengthy, expensive, traditional therapies, quantum psychology offers a different path.

The surprise is that our bodies are way smarter then we thought they were

It seems like everyone these days in is some sort of therapy, whether it is for stress associated with a troubled economy, family problems, or traumatic experiences such as child abuse and "battle fatigue." Now a new book offers a different solution to the problems we all must deal with in our lives. "The surprise is that our bodies are way smarter then we thought they were," says Jean Boyd, author of The Greatest Escape: Travel the Quantum Path to Personal Freedom. "Our brains are hard-wired with a remarkable program that gives us a way to solve the problems associated with our everyday lives, heal our psychological wounds and transform our lives." She adds that along with this healing, there's an added bonus. "Once we access this program, we simultaneously evolve to higher levels of consciousness and acquire new abilities, such as - courageousness, individual power and even 'enlightenment.'"

Her beautifully illustrated, full color book explains how a new psychology, quantum psychology, is providing new insights into our ability to be our own counselors, therapists and gurus. Combining Eastern philosophy and Western science, in particular quantum mechanics, quantum psychology presents a system of personal growth that is, as Ms. Boyd puts it, "Simple but not always easy." The work is almost the direct opposite of talk therapy, as it does not include discussing problems. It consists of the practice of a few techniques that produce immediate, fundamental change. Jean, a former nurse, college instructor, and counselor, says that based on her years of working with abuse survivors, veterans, and those troubled by everyday problems, such as failed relationships and unsuccessful careers, "the biggest obstacle to change is resistance to change."

For those disappointed with the results of lengthy, expensive, traditional therapies, quantum psychology offers a different path. "When you consider that our bodies know how to digest food and kill germs, it only makes sense that they also know how to produce personal growth - with a little help from us," Ms. Boyd notes. More information on quantum psychology can be found at Jean Boyd's web site, http://www.quantumboyd.com. Those who wish to explore this growing field of quantum psychology can download a free excerpt from The Greatest Escape.

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