339 Heal PTSD Memories With Mindfulness and Soul Link; Gary Sinclair

July 16, 2018

Gary Sinclair helps people who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, also known as  PTSD. His system is called 'Soul Link' and he's been using it to neutralize PTSD memories in over 10,000 people since 2014. Gary grew up with asthma and was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 22. By age 36 he was wheelchair-bound and had lost 80% of his mobility.  As a result of a miracle at age 42, Gary regained full mobility and became an acclaimed Senior Figure Skater, winning as the US National Senior Olympic Free Style Figure Skating Champion.  

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Effect on Emotions

  • Because I live and breathe and have my being in that, which is the energy mindfulness is, it's where we're at. We walk and talk and live it and we don't realize we do. We think we don't.
  • We think it's something we have to go for; something we have to get. But the reality is it's who we are. Move into it, become that which you are.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • The answer is simply take a deep breath, hold it, and then just slowly let it out and notice what happens to your entire being. What changed in your thought while you were doing it? There's your answer.
  • Two things you have to have: the energy of the heartbeat and breath, in order to live. Breath of life. Enjoy it

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Bullying Story

  • The quickest story about bullying is one that just came to mind. I can remember standing on the edge of the ice rink getting ready to go out and compete.
  • The judges had told me that they didn't have a high enough category age level for me to really be there and if I didn't mind, they would combine me with the 21 year and over. But I needed to understand that if I didn't win the course, I wouldn't receive a metal. That was fine with me. I said, I'm here to win it.
  • As I go onto the ice, the young man standing there who just came off said, okay, pops, go show us what you think you can do. And my mind immediately popped to what I knew was a mindset and I said to him, sir, if you don't mind, if I were you, I'd stand right here because I'm not going out there to show you how I win a medal, I'm going out there to show you why I won it already.
  • That's mindset. That's mindfulness. That's about putting life in preview and living it.
  • You know, the average person has 60,000 complete thoughts a day. 80 to 85 percent of those thoughts they had yesterday, and tomorrow doesn't become different.
  • Life is different for me because I look at tomorrow knowing that's my future, it's my job to create it. It's my job to live.
  • It is my job to be who I am in my mind, in a mindset now that produces the future that I desire and the change in other people's lives because of it.
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