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All hands on deck! Or should I say Tongue?

Chapter 20 All Hands on Deck, or should I say Tongue! 2003           The call came in – time to restart and reignite the research. I still had my studies in college to think about. By this time I had … Continue reading

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In the Meantime – Back to College

CHAPTER 19 In the Meantime – Back to College – 2003      Now that I understood how control changes everything I put my energy into treating each day as a good day. I swept away the resistance keeping me from … Continue reading

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Appreciation

CHAPTER 18 Appreciation      With encouragement from Mitch my fear of regression began to fade. What I had to do was settle into the wait when the research could resume. In the meantime I continued my studies at MATC keeping … Continue reading

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Oh my God, what did we do???

Chapter 17 Oh my God, what did we do!!! That first 20 minute trial astonished all of us. It was a day I will never forget! I wanted to use the TDU every single day. I wanted my brain to … Continue reading

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So, What If… 2003

Chapter 16 So, what if… 2003                The sitting trials continued in increments of 100, 200, and 300 seconds. 300 seconds is 5 minutes. The results continually produced great success so Yuri took it step further and extended the time … Continue reading

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Hang in There

Hello Everyone, A quick note to let you all know that I am working on the next chapter.  It’s one that’s taking me longer than I thought it would.  So hang in there, you’ll be seeing something soon. Thank you … Continue reading

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From Sitting to Standing Strong

Chapter 15 From Sitting to Standing Strong           Mitch and Yuri, and I continued the trials and I could feel my ability to remain centered and still improving with each trial. Then something extraordinary took place. When the TDU was … Continue reading

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