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How to Work Peace Into Your Life

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Moira Hutchinson on the Human Behavior Coach-TV
Moira Hutchinson on the Human Behavior Coach-TV
Moira Hutchinson on the Human Behavior Coach-TV

Do you sometimes feel stuck and you don’t know why? Do you have emotions that simmer under the surface and want to come out but you don’t know how to access them? Would you like to feel more peaceful and more at ease in your day-to-day life? If you answered “yes” to any or all of these questions, you won’t want to miss this week’s episode of Human Behavior Coach TV with Moira Hutchinson.

Moira has explored most every healing modality available today and readily shares specific tips and ideas for using some of them with host, Bev Flaxington. Bev and Moira open up and talk about the process of uncovering past pain, bringing it to the surface and then understanding it. The eventual result – the freeing of the emotional blockage – can bring peace in the moment.
It’s an engaging, fun and practical discussion that covers a broad spectrum of tools for viewers to use. Moira’s personal light shines through during the entire interview and as with all shows, Bev is able to ask questions that get at the essence of what viewers need to hear! Check out Moira's web-site here: http://www.WellnessWithMoira.com

This one is a “do not miss” if you want to work peace into your life – into your week and into every moment you experience. Tune in!

Watch the show's trailer video below:

Watch the entire episode here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4In8P135mps&feature=share

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