Frameshifting: A Path to Wholeness

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Loving Healing Press, Jan 1, 2008 - Philosophy - 184 pages
Ever wonder why certain events allow you to expand your consciousness or alter who you think you are beyond what you normally experience?
Through the power of Frameshifting, I'll show you how you can have access to this experience at any time, without adopting, changing, or fixing your beliefs! Along the way, I share with you personal experiences I've had that triggered this shift in me. With the tools provided in this book, you can have these shifts too.
Discover unspoken limiting beliefs Achieve higher stages of consciousness Break free from the boundaries of ego Understand people in your life empathically Experience the pure joy of spiritual growth
Praise for Banner's "FrameShifting"
"For anyone serious about activating their inner brilliance, FrameShifting is a must read!"
-Dr. David Breitbach, Founder of Bright Life U
"David's journey has been eclectic, but his wit and courage have served him well and we are fortunate that he is willing to share what he has learned."
-Dr. James Way, PhD Mentor, Walden University
"Frameshifting describes a process to let go of your ego and discover your divine self."
-Ken Maclean, author The Vibrational Universe
"Whatever your personal development directions, you will benefit from Dave's journey and the insights he offers."
-Robert J. Wright, author Beyond Time Management
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User Review  - KatsBooks - LibraryThing

Frameshifting is an accessible collection of tools and strategies which enhance spiritual growth, based on the author's life experiences. Narrow in focus, but perhaps helpful to beginners. Read full review

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User Review  - kathieoc - LibraryThing

What is the journey to spiritual awakening like? Banner shares his path of spiritual awakening. Having been a management consultant, you would think he would be stoic, rigid, “business like”… but I ... Read full review

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