#60: Two powerful methods to access your best state of mind | Guest Dr. Phil Parker

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Phil Parker, mind-body connection expert, about the automated programs that we have developed over time in our brain and their impact on our day-to-day life, and ways that we can reprogram our thoughts to really take control of our brain.
key highlights

Importance of Managing our State of mind and how to shift to useful states to optimally manage the way we respond to situations.
The power of language and its effects on our neurology and how to reframe our language
How labels that we put on ourselves have a direct impact on our state and how we choose to pay attention to them

About Dr. Phil 
Dr. Phil Parker is a lecturer, therapist, and innovator in the field of personal development. He has been lecturing on neuro-physiological training, how the brain can be used to affect physiology, since the late 1980s. He designed Lightning Process® seminars, which is now available in 16 different countries. He is known for his engaging lecturing style and ability to make complex concepts simple to understand. He is principal of the Phil Parker Training Institute and lectures at London Metropolitan University where he researches and designs programs, and trains students.
He first trained as an Osteopath and then post-graduate as a brief solution therapist, coach, Ericksonian Hypnotherapist, and Master Trainer in NLP, and completed his PhD in the Psychology of Health researching into a new approach for addictions.
He coaches performers at the highest level, including Premiership footballers, European Tour golfers, Olympic medalists and was the performance psychologist for Ed Stafford’s successful Guinness World Record attempt to walk the Amazon. He has authored a number of papers and four books on coaching and health, which have been translated into a range of languages.
Learn more about Dr. Phil at https://www.philparker.org/
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