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How to Bring Peace Back into Your Life

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Dina Proctor on Human Behavior Coach-TV
Dina Proctor on Human Behavior Coach-TV
Dina Proctor on Human Behavior Coach-TV

Dina Proctor, personal coach and author of Madly Chasing Peace: How I went from Hell to Happy in Nine Minutes a Day is interviewed this week on Beverly Flaxington’s Human Behavior Coach TV.

After trying “everything” she could think of, Proctor shares her story of overcoming several personal problems by using her “three by three” approach.

Fighting addiction and other issues, Dina’s mentor asked her to meditate daily, for at least 20 minutes at a time. She tells Flaxington she found it impossible to sit still for longer than 3 minutes at a time. She found her own solution:

“Three by three = three minutes, three times a day.”

Within 8 weeks, she explains she was “open and willing to see a new way”. She said she made instant connections with people and could feel love, peace and wisdom in others.

Through this inner reflection, Proctor gained valuable insights that she shares with Flaxington.

Our natural state is peaceful and calm. We just have to learn how find it. Proctor says “it’s obtainable by just taking a few minutes at a time.”

Learn more abut Proctor’s approach, visit http://www.madlychasingpeace.com

Watch the show's Trailer Video below:

Watch the entire episode here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y1EAkf2aX8&feature=share

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