Aired Sunday, 19 July 2015, 9:00 PM ET
What if there was a simple and easy way to improve your life?
What if achieving real and lasting change in your life were as simple as connecting with the sensations you experience in your physical body?
Just about everyone has heard of The Law of Attraction and the importance that is placed upon feeling good and thinking positive uplifting thoughts as often as possible.
We live in a society that stresses the importance of feeling good and entices us with the promise of joy and happiness. As a result, many people will do whatever they can think to avoid entertaining negative thoughts and feelings in the hopes that their lives, their relationships, and their livelihood will change and improve.
Joining Sylvia on today’s show is David Friedman, musical composer and the creator of The Thought Exchange process. David will share from two books he has written that take a revolutionary look at the healing power of negative thoughts and uncomfortable sensations.
If you are ready for real change you won’t want to miss this show.
About Guest David Friedman
David Friedman has written songs of inspiration, love and hope that take on new emotional meaning in these challenging times. Some of his song titles include, We Can Be Kind to Listen To My Heart, Help Is On The Way, We Live on Borrowed Time, Trust The Wind, I’ll Be Here With You and hundreds more.
With 5 Broadway shows, including songs for the Beauty and the Beast, his own Off Broadway Show, 8 Disney Films, 3 television series and recordings by such artists as Diana Ross, Barry Manilow and Nancy LaMott to his credit, David has, in recent years, come to realize that his true mission in life is to help heal and enlighten people in whatever ways he can.
With this in mind, David wrote a book entitled The Thought Exchange – A Practical Method of Moving Beyond “Positive Thinking” which was the foundation for the movie, of the same title, that is now available on Netflix. David spends a great deal of time traveling around the country lecturing, giving concerts and teaching Thought Exchange principles in workshops and private sessions.
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