Being You, Changing the World
What would your life be like if you were fully, wholly the true essence of who you are? Would it change your life to lose the judgments and open yourself up to the possibilities that exist everywhere in the space around and within us? You might be surprised by the answers and even more by the questions that could lead you there!

Joining us for this intriguing discussion today is Dr. Dain Heer, facilitator, speaker, and author of "Being You, Changing the World". Dain shares with us his history of finding the tools of Access Consciousness and shares what he's discovered along the way.

If you're seeking, if you feel like you're destined for more so much more, or even if you're simply tired of not feeling like you're quite with the flow of how you'd really love your life to be, this show can help you understand more about ways to find the answers within. It's a marvelous conversation with meaningful content. Listen in!

For more information about Access Consciousness, Dain's work, his books and classes, please visit www.drdainheer.com.

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