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Preparing the Way to Mada

“Since meeting Mada in the spring of 2009 in Toronto, and before reading her book – I had been reading and learning through Gregg Braden (the Spontaneous Healing of Belief) who established for me the relationship between and the power of:  thought and emotion combined. This then lead me to Dr. Bruce Lipton The Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution. I feel they were preparing the way to Mada by providing the scientific theory supporting her Healing method. Before picking up her book, I also read Eckharte Tolle, whom although I understood, gave me the impression the Ego is bad versus Mada’s position that it is actually wounded and needs first to be healed before it can be transcended.

Simultaneously over the last few years, I have also been exploring the work of Dr. Paul Dobransky on Woman’s Happiness. (He works with Men too.)  I was specifically interested in his trademarked Mind Operating System program toward understanding emotion/thought in relationship to boundaries, through the process of observing ego. This is another aspect where Science and Spirituality seem to now converge. His comment in one of his seminars that psychological maturity – spiritual maturity further prepared me for Mada’s book as it likewise underscored the need for a healthy ego.”

– Dolores Halpin, Canada

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