How we Form our Thoughts – The Role Suggestion Plays in our Daily Lives


I often get asked “can everyone be hypnotized”? Or are there some people who can’t? What this shows me is that most people don’t understand what hypnotism is or how our mind naturally operates by way of it. A better question would be, “is there anytime we’re NOT being hypnotized”? Many people spend the better part of their lives in a constant state of hypnosis, being basically unconscious of how they’re being influenced by everyone around them, and how they’re systematically “given” thoughts, that they then adopt as their own, personalize them by how they imagine them, which simultaneously modifies their paradigm by incorporating them. These thoughts then become our own, and we use them to program ourselves by way of them by simply thinking about them. Our thoughts, as our internal dialogue is the most basic form of self-hypnosis. We program ourselves by way of our own thinking. In order to understand how this works, all we have to do is look at what hypnosis is, and what laws of the mind it operates by, and then learn how to recognize those same processes as they operate in our daily lives.

All hypnosis can be thought of as the primary means through which a thought as a suggestion is introduced into the mind which is receptive to it, meaning, there’s no form of resistance to it. We have two aspects of the mind that are always operating in tandem to create our experience and turn ideas that are introduced into it into full fledged inner realities by imagining them. The subconscious, which is the powerhouse of the system, is programmed and operates out of memory and produces all our natural behaviors by regulating our emotional state which is attached to memories of various sorts. As emotions are stimulated in us, we reference memories associated to those emotional states and use them to perceive our outer situation. The subconscious is passive and receptive, which means as long as information is delivered in its language as an imagined reality with strong feelings or emotional content, it doesn’t resist, argue against, edit or analyze the information, but simply accepts it as an “actual reality” that it then utilizes like an actual memory producing a whole series of behaviors out of it that act to produce it as an outer experience, while simultaneously forming our perceptual lens to include the idea, connecting us to that idea in our outer environment.

The self-conscious aspect is the “thinking mind” that forms our internal dialogue as what most think of as our “thoughts”, that are a form of self-talk, and acts as the gatekeeper to the subconscious by examining and editing everything to decide what’s allowed in to take hold, and what’s resisted or declined, and therefore prevented from taking hold. Whenever we’re in a relaxed state and have no strong objections to the information being received, we are in a passive state, and readily allow ideas in. Likewise, whenever information is delivered with a strong emotional component, especially fear, the emotion overrides the logical aspect, and is instantly taken in and allowed to take hold. Emotion is like a hook that seats the idea in the psyche where its then “dwelled on” and thought about extensively. The emotion married to an idea is what determines how we develop that idea in our imagination through the meaning we give it. The meaning shapes the story we tell about it, and the emotion intensifies it. Through this process all memories are produced by emotional states of some sort, and the emotion activates the memory associated with it as our perceptual lens that restructures our outer objective reality into a personalized subjective reality by how we interpret it. Memories are an interpretation mechanisms that provide us with instant realities as a means of creating consistent types of experiences based on them.

The primary forms of hypnotic induction that most commonly take place in our daily lives is various forms of entertainment (especially ones that come as movies or virtual images with music and sound), researching information (with a sense of anticipation), shock or fright of some kind, experiences that have strong emotional impact, and mental entrainment that comes from a strong feeling of familiarity or resonating with someone or something, being seduced, and of course, the most powerful of all, falling in love or being mesmerized by someone or an idea about something. Naturally, fear causes us to close down, stop, avoid, move away from, or hide in some way, and love, being compelling, draws us towards things with a desire to become one with them. Both extremes, love and fear, control our thoughts and we form internal images that first produce and amplify those feelings, then act to intensify and increase them, giving us more of them. Our thoughts act as suggestions to our subconscious mind which converts them into imaginary realities that it perceives as being real or actual experiences. Because the subconscious operates out of memory and forms behavioral patterns based on memory, it turn imaginary realities into actual memories and creates automatic and natural behaviors out of them. When this happens we are living a great deal of our life out of an illusion of our own making.

The basis of hypnosis is the willing intake of an idea as a suggestion that has a strong sensory component that invokes a strong emotional response, intensifying it, that we take into our mind and begin developing it by imagining it as an actual reality or conceptualization that makes it believable, forming what the subconscious mind mistakes for an actual event or outer reality. An idea given to the subconscious as an actual life-like reality with strong emotions (making it seem actual), it interprets the same way it does an actual reality as an outer experience, and uses it as memory to form its programming. The imagined memory programs the subconscious mind with new patterns that become our perceptual lens and connects us to those same types of emotional patterns in our environment, magnetizing us to them. By imagining an idea with strong sensations, incorporates that idea as a modification to our overall mental programming as our paradigm, giving you a new way of perceiving things and new behaviors for creating and cooperatively participating in that reality as an actual experience or possibility. We naturally begin anticipating more of those same types of experiences, setting an expectation for them, and being able to create more experiences out of them by how we perceive and interpret things. We only pull out of any situation the elements that can be reshaped into our pattern as a storyline by how we interpret it to give it meaning and significance and use it as the basis for telling our story about it, while ignoring anything that doesn’t fit in.

If you simply sit and observe your own thoughts for awhile, you’ll notice that most of them came from some form of outer source. Even the ones that form your paradigm as the thematic storyline you’re always telling yourself about things, probably came to you through something that was said to you, some movie or video you watched, the lyrics of a song, an article you read, an idea you studied, or something you learned in school. Most of our thoughts come as suggestions from others that we continue developing by how we think about them and evolve them through various life situations or stages, and acquire them as our own, constructing our paradigm by way of them.


Dr. Linda Gadbois

Spiritual Development

Personal Transformation

About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Learning to Relax: The Art of Managing your Emotional State

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One of the first things we need to realize when working to change conditioned tendencies and habits of any kind, is that we don’t have to ‘stop’ something, but rather begin ‘doing’ something else. So to say things like “stop stressing out”, “quit worrying”, or “just relax”, don’t mean anything in the truest sense, because we’re not telling them “how” to do it, or “what” to do instead. Just as you have to learn how to quit thinking in terms of what you ‘don’t want’, and focus on what you ‘do want’ instead, when changing any behavior or practice, we simply direct our attention into a different activity and concentrate on doing it, knowing that in doing so, we’ll give ourselves a new behavior to do in place of the behavior we’re eliminating. All creation and transformation begins by learning to control and direct our attention into what we want to do, rather than what we don’t. We don’t ever quit habits, but rather transform them into new habits.

The first component to learning how to systematically relax your body is by learning to breathe correctly. While this idea has a funny sound to it, because it’s something we all do naturally and therefore are hardly ever instructed on ‘how’ to do it, comes by becoming aware of the power of our breathing, and the relationship it has with all other mental, emotional, and physical functions of our mind-body system. Just by focusing our attention on our breathing, turns our attention inwards and we become centered in our body. By first taking a couple of deep breaths, regulates our breathing, which can then be allowed to fall into a smooth and consistent rhythm. By breathing deeply, extending into the abdomen, we influence all major body systems with the same rhythmic motion, synchronizing them. When we inhale deeply, then pause in a slight hesitation, before exhaling, then slightly hesitating again before drawing in our next breath, prevents us from hyperventilating, and also introduces a form of timing, that calms the mind and relaxes the whole body by way of the same double count. Draw in, relax, release, and relax.

You’ll notice that just by regulating your breathing in a conscious way, simultaneously calms your mind, releases emotional tension held in the body, and slows your heart rate down. As your heart rates drops to a relaxed state, your blood pressure drops with it, and more tension is released. If your mind starts drifting away from your breathing, simply redirect your attention back into the rhythm of your breath and become present once again in your body. As you continue breathing in a relaxed pace, bring your attention to how different parts of your body feels. Get a good sense of anyplace in your body that your holding tension of some kind.


Then, become aware of your feet, place your attention on your feet, and set the intention to relax them, and gently, but firmly tell them to relax. Feel them relax. Tell yourself, my feet are relaxed. Then become aware of your calves, and mentally direct your calves to relax. Repeat the same process to relax your lower legs. Then, repeating this process move systematically through your thighs, hips, abdomen, lower back, up your spine to your shoulders, into your chest, yours arms, shoulders and neck, up the back of your head, your ears, jaw, face and eyes. Systematically using your mind to relax your whole body. If you notice at any point that some part of your body already relaxed is starting to tense back up, simply stop and relax that part again, then pick up where you left off. Once your whole body is relaxed, just take a moment to notice how it feels. Be present with the feeling of your body, and sense yourself in a fully relaxed state.

Allow yourself to notice that as your body relaxes, so does your mind. Your mind is in sync with your body. They share the same feeling state. You feel a distinct calmness and inner peace throughout your entire being, and just allow yourself to notice . . . how good it feels . . . to relax. Give your full attention to this feeling of inner peace, and relish in it for a bit. Then, move your attention outward, expanding into your peripheral while staying centered in your body, and simply ‘feel’ everything around you. Notice how it feels to be there, to be present “in it” and a part “of it”. Notice the things around you, while refraining from “thinking about them”, and instead simply notice how they feel as you give them your attention and how that feeling resonates in your body.

Notice that when you calm your obsessive thinking, and focus on how it feels to be present with life, that time seems to stand still, your awareness expands out away from you, and you become intimately part of the space around you. When you’re no longer focused on listening to your own thoughts, and blend into the silence outside of you, you begin realizing that there’s a whole reality going on, that, for the most part, you’re completely unaware of, because you normally exist primarily in the reality produced by your own thinking and imagining mind. And while you hear the sounds around you, which are outside of you, you simultaneously feel the pulsation of your own heartbeat and feel an inner silence that brings a strange feeling of contentment and inner peace. Content . . . to just BE.

As you continue to practice this, starting with a couple of times a day, you’ll begin noticing that you not only feel better and have more energy (tension requires a lot of energy to maintain), and that you can concentrate deeper and for longer periods of time, but that you aren’t experiencing “negative” emotions nearly as often. This is because most emotions, particularly negative ones, form tension in your body. Notice that whenever you experience strong emotions, your whole body tenses up, with distinct concentrations of tension and strong sensations in particular parts of your body. You can work to control and regulate your emotional states just by learning to keep your body in a relaxed state. By managing your physical state, you simultaneously manage your emotional state to be equivalent, and you also manage your thoughts.

Notice, that when you feel relaxed, you have a tendency to feel positive (or neutral) emotionally, and your thoughts which are normally produced by others, environmental influences, and your emotional states, slow down, become relaxed and take on a somewhat pleasant quality. Also allow yourself to notice that some emotions actually produce a relaxed state, specifically feelings of love, beauty and grief. So as you begin releasing tension from your body, and develop the ability to maintain a relaxed state consistently, you begin naturally experiencing more pleasant emotions and the type of thoughts that go with them.

Start off doing this practice for short periods of between 5 and 15 minutes, once or twice a day, and begin using it to go to sleep at night. The more you do it, the easier it gets, and the quicker you can enter the full state of relaxation. By practicing for 4 to 6 weeks, a couple of times a day, it’ll become natural to you and you’ll be able to induce the state at will in an instant fashion. The more you do it, and the easier it gets, you may notice that you start extending the length of time naturally (relaxing feels good). Do whatever comes natural that you’re comfortable with doing. Once you’ve been doing it for awhile, and realize how good it feels, you’ll start doing it more often. You’ll begin using it like a tool for “self-management” anytime you feel stressed, anxious, or having a strong emotional event of some sort. The more present and relaxed you become in your life, the healthier and happier you’ll be in the most general sense.
Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body Medicine

Spiritual Development

Transformational Coaching

About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Spiritual Practice: Emotional Cleansing & Surrendering our Passions

Like so many spiritual ideas that actually lay the foundation for practice as the means of self-development, they tend to be misunderstood in the most fundamental way. This is also largely due to the fact that the spiritual and physical world exists in polarity of each other as a dynamic relationship of ideas going through a step-down process to become physical realities. The idea of “emotional cleansing” and purging yourself of all passions is one of the most misunderstood ideas that underlie the very foundation of all spiritual practices. Many see this as meaning that you should rid yourself of emotions in general and all forms of physical pleasure that we call passions as desire of some form. Passions in this sense, refer to strong desire for some form of physical pleasure and fulfillment that don’t take into account the physical, psychological or spiritual consequences of the actions involved.

What this idea is really referring to isn’t a purging that makes you emotionally void, and therefore dissociated, cut-off, and unable to experience pleasure, but is referring instead to “orientation”, and the intimate connection that exists between thought and emotion, and which one is acting to stimulate and produce the other. In our understanding of laws and how they operate to create and govern reality, we also realize that in order to create in both the physical and spiritual worlds, we have to always operate by way of laws. How we use laws to consistently create physical realities born out of the spiritual realm of archetypal principles, determines our ability to move freely between the two corresponding planes that actually act to directly reflect each other.


All reality from a purely psychological perspective has four basic components, as an idea that has a three-fold aspect > thought and the equivalent (matching) emotion, that produces behavior as the result of their combined expression. These four aspects are always connected and unified creating our perspective and perception, out of which we birth corresponding realities. Of these four aspects, thought and emotions form the “inner” component as the gradation between the invisible ideas that becomes the basis for the outer physical reality, based on how the idea is formed into and internal representation as an emotional thought-form.

Thought and emotion, can also be thought of as masculine and feminine elements that play off of each other and act to stimulate each other in a congruent manner, birthing an outer reality as the combination of the two (Father, Mother, and Child). If we are stimulated emotionally from an outside source, it produces automatic thoughts as the expression of that emotional state. Likewise, what we think about and form into visual images in our imagination stimulates an emotional reaction to our own thoughts. The thought coupled with the emotion, determines what type of idea we shape in our mind, which forms the pattern for how we behave.

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Emotions are the currents of energy that run through the physical world that connect us to everyone and everything around us. All stimuli that come from an outer-external source are emotional in nature. While emotions are universal in nature and something we share not only with each other, but with animals and life in general, thoughts are personal creations that vary with every individual, and of course, only exist in the higher mind of humans. So while our thoughts are unique to us, emotions are universal and affect everyone in a similar manner, producing automatic thoughts that form our reaction (behavior). In the animal world, feelings and emotions direct the actions of animals in an automatic fashion as the behaviors inherent in the species. Emotions prompt animals to behave without a rational (or creative) thought process. They don’t associate individual thoughts to emotions creating imaginary realities that vary greatly between individuals, but simply perform predictable behaviors appropriate to the emotional stimulus. This is why animals are always sensing and in-tuned to the emotions of humans, because it indicates what behaviors they’re prone to. All behavior, in the most basic sense, is emotionally driven. You can predict someone’s behavior based on their emotional state.

As humans we are multidimensional beings, and have a physical aspect that we share with the animal kingdom and are receiving emotional information all the time, but we also attach thoughts to emotions, usually as memories of some sort created while in the same emotional state, and whatever emotions we’re being stimulated with determines what memories we reference, access and associate to our current situation, that produces our behavior. Emotions, when being received from our environment, control our thinking in a subliminal, yet very direct and pronounced way, that determine what ideas we run through our mind in response to them, how we create our internal experience of things by how we use the emotion as a means of interpreting everything. In this sense, like animals, our intellectual capacities are controlled and utilized through primal forces that enter into and “infect us”, literally possessing us by expressing “through us”, and shaping us according to our animalistic nature, or what we commonly refer to as our lower-self. When we are controlled by and live out of our emotional states (in a haphazard way), we create illusions in place of objective reality and keep ourselves “tuned too” the thoughts and perceptions equivalent to the emotions and the behaviors that result from them. Through this primary unconscious state of automatic illusion driven behavior, we create experiences that render direct consequences.

Emotions are what connect the purely energetic realm of thought to the physical realm of bio-chemistry, where our body’s chemistry is produced by our thoughts. Recognizing the laws operating through this dynamic relationship, we can realize that by changing the orientation of emotions producing thoughts, to thoughts producing emotions, we can learn how to regulate and determine our own experience of reality and our biochemistry. When we give our attention to certain ideas (principles), and think about those ideas, we produce the chemical equivalent of our thoughts as our emotional state, which connects us “through that state” to the same state in everyone and everything around us. When we think of beautiful thoughts, we become the chemical equivalent of those thoughts. Our thoughts determine our emotions and produce our perception, which becomes the reality we live out of.


Higher knowledge as ideas form thoughts and emotions necessary to produce the behavior that makes it a reality as a personal creation. Higher knowledge can only be accessed through equivalent emotional states. The types of thoughts we’re capable of tuning into are based on our emotional state as our “frame of mind” or mood. The basic process of idea forming thoughts that are married to like emotions that form their physical expression through behaviors that we employ in an automatic fashion because of them, works in both directions. In the unconscious sense, we are given our emotions by our interactions with others and the events of our life, that stimulate automatic thought-processes that form an imaginary reality as the idea formed by the combination of the emotion shaping the thought into a conceptualized representation, that forms the inner reality that becomes the structuring mechanism for interpreting our outer reality to be the same. If we choose to reverse this process, and focus on an idea (as a principle) as higher knowledge, that we form into a visual image by thinking about it, that acts to stimulate the equivalent emotion in response to, and through that state form our behavior and how we interact that simultaneously creates our physical reality and what consequences we draw on ourselves by way of our actions.

So the idea of cleansing yourself of emotions and passions, means to become aware of how you’re being emotionally stimulated all the time, either by others or by your own thoughts, and by becoming aware of how you’re being infected by emotions, you can refrain from reacting, and consciously not let the emotions enter into you, and take hold, and not allow them to produce an affect in you as a result. We can remain unaffected by our physical surroundings, and instead concentrate on ideas that produce very positive emotions in response to them, that keep us tuned to more of the same type of thoughts, while simultaneously producing the nature of our behavior and how we create in the world. We can only access whatever thoughts match our emotional state. The one directly reflects the other as its equivalent.

Passions are a strong desire for something as the desire “for it” or as the means of uniting and becoming one with it. Whatever we feel passionate about, we love and feel strongly towards. Passion is a form of desire for what we love. Whenever we love something, we seek union with it. We seek it out with a desire to merge into the experience of it, and become one with it in body and soul. By developing a passion for something we magnetize ourselves to that idea. We seek out the experience of being with it. In uniting with it in thought and emotion that creates an inner experience of it as us, we identify with it, and shape ourselves in a very powerful way (connect strong emotion to an idea) to be like it through the experience of it. We form emotional attachments to what we love and whenever apart, the separation is felt as emotional pain that warrants suffering and grief.

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Again, recognizing this as a natural law and learning to work with it and create by way of it, we know that it’s not about eliminating all passions, but rather forming a passion for the right thing. By developing a love for the Divine, and seeking union in body and soul with the Divine, we form a passion for union with God that magnetizes us to the higher planes. Through love (law of union) and desire (an emotional connection to what we love) we form union with our love, and form our identity out of the experience the union brings. We experience ourselves as our Divine nature, and develop a strong love for the spiritual realm, that causes us to naturally ascend into it. It creates a magnetic, gravitational field that moves us towards it with a sense of eagerness and anticipation.

So this idea as a spiritual practice that works according to the natural laws that govern the physical and spiritual world, are more about shifting our orientation from one where the physical realm employs the spiritual, to one where to spiritual connects to and produces the material. It’s shifting our center of gravity as our point of initiation that works in an intelligent manner with the law of cause and effect, placing the spiritual realm of ideas as principles in the position of cause, instead of effect. The only difference is how we orientate ourselves as the vessel through which the laws systematically operate. We are always creating ourselves by either being one and the same with the spiritual realm or one with the physical realm, and how we identify with our own experiences.

Like most spiritual practices it comes down to learning how to take control of our own natural processes that shape us by way of them. By learning how to control our own mind, instead of letting our mind control us. Spiritual practices which are the employment and practical utilization of universal laws, teach us how to discipline ourselves to refrain from emotional reactions that render us unconscious while producing behaviors that are creative in the most fundamental sense of “cause and effect” and render direct, and often immediate consequences. By developing a fundamental understanding of laws and how they work, we are provided with a “process for creating”. Not by acting against natural principles, but rather by re-orientating ourselves to work more efficiently by way of them!
Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transformational Coaching

Spiritual Sciences

Soul Science

Personal Transformation



About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Archetypes – “Universal Themes that Form Individual Expression”


Once we fully understand the nature of what we call “archetypes” we can immediately understand how powerful they are as creative tools. An archetype is what we call an original universal pattern or model from which things of the same kind are copied or fashioned – a kind of prototype. They contain inherent unconscious patterns that form a whole series of interconnected correspondences as feelings that stimulate thoughts of the same nature, that stimulate corresponding emotions, which form images in the imagination, that form movie-like scenarios as thematic story-lines, etc. Archetypes are vibratory frequencies as qualities that are universally present in individual psyches. Qualities that form human characteristics as a personality that lends themselves to telling certain types of stories.


Anytime we talk about vibrations or vibratory frequencies, these can be thought of or equated to attributes and qualities that form physical characteristics that have natural behaviors inherent in them. Qualities form our basic personality as our character, which gives birth to our identity, out of which “like” behavior is a natural by-product. We say that it is impossible for people to act/behave outside of their identity. This is because all action requires a mental concept as a pattern or behavioral strategy in order to be acted out. Our identity is our self-concept, our sense of ourselves that is shaped as a correspondence to our personality. Our personality is formed through the relationship of our soul with our body, which is a cluster of archetypes that exist as vibratory frequencies that are a form of harmonic composure. Our character forms our identity that naturally acts out a whole pattern that is comprised of a series of fractal patterns as an expression of the qualities it embodies.


Archetypes shape the tendencies that govern and ultimately determine behavior in terms of types and themes that are played out as a story-line or living drama. The Zodiac, in its original form, was laid out as constellations that identified archetypes that governed periods of time as determined by the constellations as heavenly bodies (as above, so below). The twelve months of a year serves as a mini-model of the great cycle represented in the Mayan calendar that tracks ages with distinct personalities. Not only does the processional equinox for the change of seasons fall on the 21st of each month, but so does the transition from one star-sign to another. Each month represents one sign, and a whole cycle is 12 signs. The archetype that governs each sign creates tendencies of a certain nature within the individual as lived out under certain conditions and circumstances as they exist in relationship to everything else. While we tend to only look at the archetype of our birth month, the fact of the matter is, we have a combination of all traits in a dynamic formula of degrees and potency (variations) that correspond to houses as different areas of our life where these traits will be expressed and bear the greatest influence. We are not comprised of one or two archetypes, but rather form a unique pattern as a dynamic combination of several archetypes.


So archetypes that govern the grand cycles of time indicate the unconscious patterns that will not only influence individuals, but will also form larger themes as family, community and cultural tendencies that will be acted out within that same time frame also. We are born into certain times and locations because the greater pattern serves perfectly to produce the smaller patterns of the same nature or likeness. Individual Karma is being served through family karma, which is being served through community, being served through cultural . . . being served through planetary . . . and even universally. Reality consists of a series of smaller patterns of the same nature nested within larger patterns. The larger patterns of society which are subtle in nature, serve to condition the smaller individual patterns born into them.


This is why we say you are doing exactly what you are meant to do – that your life is the perfect enactment that is first allowing you to recognize your inner experience, identify repeated patterns, and make new decisions that will reestablish the natural balance, producing inner harmony with your external experience. Any area of your life in which you are experiencing inner turmoil, is showing you an area of karmic significance in which you have the ability to make new decisions, or intentionally interject opposing qualities that serve to alter the vibration by equalizing it and bring it into a complimentary expression. Archetypes, like all living forces, exist in polarity of opposites that are complimentary in Nature, meaning they’re opposite roles in the same dynamic and serve to stimulate each other. If an archetypal quality is being expressed negatively, the way to heal it is to intentionally express the positive aspects, which will shift the vibration from an extreme back into an equilibrated and more balanced state. Anytime we go to extremes, we create an imbalance. All healing is correcting an imbalance and restoring harmony to the organic living system.

activateBy way of the holographic effect, we know that the way to heal a group or community is done the same way we heal ourselves. The microcosm is a correspondence to the macrocosm. We heal the world, the same way we heal ourselves. If we want to bring peace into the world, we do it by cultivating peace in our own life. If we want to heal the Earth, we employ earth-friendly practices in our own daily lifestyle. By discovering the secrets to self-healing . . . . we simultaneously discover the secrets to global healing. We never have to look outside ourselves for answers. Everything we need . . . is within us waiting to be discovered and tapped into. Our own mind-body system is a symbolic correspondence to the Universe. They are both constructed and operated via the same Universal laws. The part contains the whole, and the whole is comprised of the part.

Archetypes are Universal patterns that create the channel for personal expression of a universal theme as a unique variation based on how it’s reinterpreted through the individual paradigm to form a new variation as a personal reality. The Tarot, a Divinatory Art, offers a rich education in the symbolic nature of archetypes as a full system of correspondences that lay out both positive and negative expressions of the same qualities. In this lies the most profound secrets to self-development, healing and restoring your soul back to a natural state of equilibrium and Harmony. The secret to healing is an in-depth understanding of the law of Sympathies, and our ability to apply them in a precise and deliberate manner to transform how our system is currently expressing, to form a new expression.


Dr. Linda Gadbois
Spiritual Scientist, Teacher and Mentor


About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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What is Spiritual Healing?

Many people feel a bit confused with this idea because we’ve been taught to think in a dissociated way where we fail in the most primary sense to honestly see the body, soul, and spirit as being different aspects of the same thing. Then we also have very different ideas about what each of these terms mean, especially the soul and the spirit, and because of this, we can end up thinking and operating on very different terms without even realizing that we’re talking about entirely different things! You see, while we think that in using words, that they mean the same thing to everyone else that they do to us, in reality, this is never the case, and because of this fact, we have to start by defining the terms themselves in order to understand the larger processes of which they’re apart. In defining these terms however, I’m not trying to build a case for what they actually mean, and therefore what they should mean to you, but simply as a way of creating a “working model” that allow us to see how something operates through a dynamic and intrinsic relationship.

The spirit, which we can also think of as the mind (consciousness), exists in a dual form (like everything) as what we could think of as the universal mind (mass consciousness) and the individual mind (personal consciousness), that in both cases exists as vibratory frequencies as ideas that are “seeds” for applying at the physical level to create personal realities. We act as a transmitter and receiver for frequencies that we draw into us (conceive of) as ideas that form thought processes in the individual mind, by how the idea enters into relationship with the unique composition of the individual mind (combination of body and soul) and is shaped into an internal representation as a unique variation of the original idea. So the spiritual component of the individual is the mind as the electromagnetic energy field produced by the energetic combination of the soul with the body.


The soul is a mediator between spirit and body as the means of converting a universal idea (archetype) into a personalized version as a dynamic process of adaptation. Everything is constantly undergoing transformation based on how it enters into relationship with everything else, and reformulates the basic idea as a frequency into one possibility for creating reality as a personal experience. The soul, which is comprised of memories attained through experiences afforded by its relationship to the body, creates its experiences by how the universal is used to produce the personal. The soul is the medium that undergoes adaptation by borrowing ideas as principles from the spiritual realm, modifying and conforming the idea to the body and the life conditions in which it exists, that uses it to first create an internal representation of the idea that becomes the structuring mechanism for organizing the outer experience to be of the same nature and express the same meaning. The soul, is the operation of thought and emotion (of the astral plane) to direct the actions of the body to produce a corresponding outer experience that then becomes the memory of the subconscious mind which is a combination of the soul-mind and the body-instinctual mind, who build themselves up by way of shared memories.

The soul is of both the spiritual realm of pure mind (ideas as Principles), and the material world of pure substance. Substance is programmed by the universal mind as memory that are living patterns that initiate growth processes as cycles of growth, that produce both unconscious and automatic processes as well as the opportunity for processes created through self-awareness and the ability to direct our attention away from unconscious tendencies. The soul, being dual in nature and providing the conversion process for energy to become a physical reality, regulates the process as the natural relationship that takes place between thought and emotion. These two are always connected as the equivalent of each other forming a singular pattern. They are polar opposites that stimulate each other into an active state that together produce a common reality as the combination. A thought is developed according to the emotion we associate with it. The same idea as a thought coupled with a different emotion will produce a similar (outer) reality with a whole different type of experience (inner reality) in it. The idea is the seed that contains the thoughts and emotion as inherent potentials, that based on how their combined, form different variations of the same basic idea.

The unification of an idea, what thoughts we form out of it and the emotion associated with it, create the inner template that forms our perceptual lens for interpreting our outer reality, shaping it through the meaning we give it, which determines what type of story we tell about it. The story we tell that expresses and makes the meaning real as our experience, becomes the basis of our memories and programs us to those combinations, making them habitual. It’s easy to notice that as a general rule, we’re all living out of distinct types of stories that become our life’s theme for creating experiences. This theme as our stories that create our experiences as dynamic patterns that form our memory while simultaneously expressing out of our memories (self-propagating), is what’s commonly called karma. Karma forms behavioral tendencies as interactive patterns based on how we act to naturally interpret the outer reality to create our personal experience of it.

So to heal at the spiritual level, means to heal at the soul level by breaking patterns that are largely unconscious, forming new combinations in their place, that create new experiences by the story we tell out of them. Karma translates into habitual tendencies as our general mindset that forms our personality as the relationship we form with everyone and everything around us, that continues to live out the same patterns as a theme for our life, that continues to define us by way of our own creative ability to form our experiences. Our spiritual aspect is purely psychological in nature and acts to determine our emotional and physical aspects. It’s recognizable by the theme as the basis for our “life’s story”, which is the story we’re always telling ourselves “about” things that give them meaning and significance, that simultaneously create our experience of life, and how we sense ourselves in relationship to our own thought-creations. As we tell ourselves a story about things, creating an experience of them, we simultaneously get a sense of ourselves as “who and how” we are because of our story, and as we identify with our own thoughts, they serve to shape our character. Naturally because our character is shaped by way of the same type of story, it strengthens and fully supports our ability to continue telling the same type of story. By developing ourselves according to our own story about things, and therefore becoming the perfect character for telling more of the same type of story, we get locked into that story, and fail to grow beyond it or be able to intentionally train ourselves to be able to tell a new kind of story. What we identify with becomes who we are. It determines what vibration as a pattern for reality we exist as one with, and create all our experiences out of as a result.

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When we move outside of the physical level as the manifestation of a physical condition of some sort, and look at life from the eternal level of the soul and spirit, we can realize that life simply acts to set the stage for us to “become” by way of the experiences they afford us. How we use our life circumstances to create ourselves by how we choose to respond and interact with them, is the only real purpose of our physical life. We are not our body in the ultimate sense, but our body provides us with the means to create experiences of ourselves by way of the relationship we form with our body and all of life. We enter into and become one with our body and co-create realities born out of memory as frequencies inherent in both the DNA (memory) of the body, and the DNA (memory) of the soul, both of which are formed by combining pairs of opposites to form a new whole that’s unique in an of itself. The soul unites with the body through sympathetic resonance, that form coherence as an adjustment to both, that then co-creates realities together supplying them with more of the same type of memories as a form of energetic programming that’s actually regeneration. The soul and the body undergo transformation together as a unique combination that produces a variation as its evolutionary growth, that’s either produced by the emotional nature of the body controlling the thoughts of the higher mind, or by way of the higher mind taking control of its own emotions. However these are combined, determines how we act and what assumptions we make, and determine how we continue to express by the story we live out of, and who we become because of that story.

So to use the term “spiritual healing”, means to heal the body using the mind to form new behaviors and habits, that are what acted to create the health problem to begin with as its actual “cause”. While the spirit isn’t particularly concerned with the body itself, which is temporary in nature and simply the vehicle for the soul to evolve itself by way of the body, when we look at an illness or disease we have to immediately direct our attention to the creative opportunity in terms of how we respond, and what qualities and traits it acts to naturally call forth in us as a means of either rising to it, or being overcome by it. Many illness and disease completely change the course of our life, and develop different aspects of our character as a result. This “character development” feature is the only real concern of the soul-spirit, which only accumulates experiences as memory in relationship with the body. We “become” by way of our physical conditions. The body, which is ultimately going to die and cease to exist at some point, isn’t the concern or objective of the soul, but rather the means for creating new types of experiences that require it to utilize new aspects of it’s character that up to this point, may have laid dormant inside. By activating new aspects of ourselves, and sometimes drastically changing the story we act to naturally tell, we hit turning points in our life that cause us to move in new and often completely unexpected directions, offering us a rich and fertile ground for developing ourselves by way of telling a different kind of story.

To heal at the spiritual level, is to identify the psychological and emotional component to our physical conditions and life circumstances, and work at that level to change what we’re doing, how we’re thinking, what meaning we’re giving things as the basis for telling our story about things, which shape us as the author and main character of that story. The story we live creates the memories that program our soul to the vibratory frequency of that type of reality. This memory becomes the foundation that creates our natural tendencies, how we perceive and interpret our life experiences, and how we end up feeling as a result of our own creation. These memories exist as the fundamental programming of the subconscious mind and produce automatic reactions and behaviors. We do and think them without realizing that’s that what we’re doing. As long as we remain unaware of the fact that we’re actually the one creating our own life experiences, we remain in unconscious mode, and are powerless to change it. Only through self-awareness that brings realization where we can begin seeing our own tendencies can we begin working directly with them in the moment when we’re in the process of creating out of them, and redirect our mind to disengage from the emotional component, focus on different ideas, and intentionally choose what type of story we want to tell by how we feel and think.

The greatest secret that continues to elude mankind is that we are actually very powerful creators and have the ability in every moment to wake up within our lives, begin self-reflecting and gaining awareness of our own tendencies, and imposing a new direction on things based on the type of story we really want to tell with our life. By deciding what type of person we want to be, and what type of story we’d have to live in order to become that! We have the ability to use our mind to direct the physical processes of our life, not by controlling the outer world, or other people, but by reshaping our inner world which becomes the lens for perceiving the outer world. Our perception as an interpretation that’s always shaping our experience through our own internal dialogue as our thoughts that are always in the process of explaining, describing, and giving things meaning by telling ourselves a story about them, can be brought into conscious awareness, and realized as our own tendencies, and directly worked with out of the awareness we form around them.

By taking control of our own thoughts and how we respond to the events of our life, we can regulate our emotional state and practice giving things a different meaning that form the basis for telling a new type of story by how we choose to live our life that transform us into a new type of person as the story-teller and the main-character of our own story. In every moment of our life, we are choosing how to be. The only question is are we doing it unconsciously through knee-jerk reactions and automated patterns, or are we making choices with full awareness and conscious participation? Are we deciding who to be in our own lives, or simply ending up the way we are with no perception of choice?

When we realize we’ve formed an illness, disease, or cancer of some sort, how do we respond to that realization? Do we wrap ourselves around it and begin telling stories about being sick and diseased, creating a feeling of helplessness? Programming ourselves to that identity? Or do we recognize what behavior or belief acted to facilitate or outright create the problem, and choose to eradicate it by changing the very behaviors that acted to create them? Do we rise to the idea determined to take corrective action to transform it by changing the behaviors causing it? Or do we accept it and work on developing new parts of ourselves necessary as the means of adjusting our lifestyle to manage in spite of it? Do we give into it and let define us by overcoming us, or do we overcome it by rising to meet it? At the spiritual level, what happens to the body is ultimately beside the point; it’s who we become by way of the body and the life conditions it provides us with. Many health problems act as catalyst for helping people to find the strength they need to make the lifestyle changes they need to make in order to heal. When our life conditions and situations change, it’s an opportunity to tell a new kind of story. The choice is always ours as to how we use life to self-create and evolve our soul accordingly.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Essence is Consciousness – The Life-Force Inherent in Blood

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In order to get a workable understanding of blood chemistry in general sense of a combined essence, we can look at the essence as the life-force energy of plants, which are comparable, often called “essential oils”. A plants essence (their blood) contains chemical properties as the “active” ingredients that “stimulate” distinct biological processes in humans who share a very similar blood composition. The essence as the oils and inner fluids of the plant is what can be considered the plants blood. Our blood, or the blood of any animal, is our essence which contains active properties that not only produce biological processes, but also alters our state of mind and produces an array of behaviors born out of those states. The chemical make-up of our blood is what makes us “who” and “how” we are. It’s demonstrated not only in our general health and our personalty, but also in our moods and how we act.

Hormones, released directly into our bloodstream from our endocrine glands, act to alter our state, while simultaneously regulating the biological processes in our body. Hormones are produced naturally by how the outer world is acting to stimulate us through emotional forces of some sort, that produce a form of electrical charge that fires off a whole series of biological processes that “prepare” the body, making it equivalent to, or in the same state as the outer reality in which the body exists. Energetic influences from the environment enter the body through the heart, which discerns them in terms of emotional qualities (vibratory frequencies as information), and distributes the information electrically to the endocrine system, stimulating hormone production that alters the body and emotional state by way of hormones as packets of information that enter the blood stream, adjusting it to be the same “state” (unification of mind-body-spirit) as the outer environment. Whatever consciousness as emotions being displayed around us, stimulate those same emotions and consciousness in us, calling it forth into an active state, as the equivalent of our outer environment, and therefore appropriate for interacting and surviving within our current outer situation. Our inner state exists as the equivalent of our outer state.

Hormones which are being produced constantly to manage our state of mind and our biological system to make constant adjustments, are also produced in response to our own imagined thoughts, which the body-subconscious, interprets the same way it does an “actual” outer reality, and produces body chemistry that prepares us for that reality. Hormones are also “taken in” through the various animal products we eat, as the hormones the animal produced based on the living conditions and experiences it was raised in. Because our body is of the same animal kingdom, and operates according to the same bio-chemical processes, the animal’s hormones produce the same type of effects in us as our own hormones do. Anytime we consume blood or flesh (infused with blood) of a living being, we’re also consuming their essence as the chemistry of their blood, which our body processes and uses in much the same way as our own chemistry, altering our state of mind as a regulatory process.

From a purely biological sense, we are of the animal kingdom, and share the same biological functions and blood chemistry. When we consume the blood of another living being, it reconstitutes our blood through the active properties introduced. In terms of hormones, they produce a similar emotional state in us, and produce the physical adjustments caused by the altered state. Just as our blood chemistry is created by what we eat, what emotions we experience and how we’re being stimulated by everything around us, so are animals blood chemistry. While the brain is protected from many other chemicals that enter the blood stream, largely through food, water, and air, through what’s called the blood brain barrier, designed to protect the brain and nervous system from infectious diseases, hormones, some of which are produced by the endocrine glands within the brain itself, readily pass through the blood brain barrier, because many of the regulatory processes hormones produce in response to it’s environment, are necessary brain functions. So the hormones that become a part of our blood chemistry also affect our brain and produce mental functions as a correspondence to our emotional state.

So when we eat and digest the blood of animals, we absorb their essence as their emotional state and behaviors naturally produced by those states. We also absorb any antibiotics or growth hormones they were injected with, along with the often “unnatural” chemistry produced by their diet. The chemical composition of a cow that’s grass fed as opposed to grain fed (not a natural diet) will be remarkably different. The composition of the food stimulates different protein building functions within the body, which produces different forms of nutrients and chemicals normally not found in the animal’s flesh and blood. Dietary changes in animals produce an entirely different constitution, just as it does in humans.


Consciousness, which is equated to material substance in terms of being of the same vibratory frequency, evident by the normal behaviors being demonstrated, is what we call “level and quality of consciousness”, usually in reference to physical condition, intelligence and personality. It’s relatively easy to see that whatever “state of mind” we’re in at any given moment determines to a large extent how we think and act. So by altering the chemistry of the body, which alters our mood simultaneously, producing distinct behaviors natural to that mood, we literally regulate the “quality” of consciousness we exist in. Consciousness forms resonance with its physical equivalent (same frequency), and the state of the body directly determines the state of consciousness magnetized to the body. Our quality and level of consciousness fluctuate in an equivalent manner to our mood. The quality of consciousness we are at most of the time, largely based on our diet and emotional influence from our environment, determine how we evolve in terms of becoming habituated to that state, creating our life “out of it” by how we think and the behaviors we employ, that develop us accordingly.

By learning how to manage our diet, lifestyle and living conditions, and how we’re emotionally influenced by others around us and the relationships we maintain on a consistent basis, we can learn how to strategically develop our consciousness by way of them. Whatever we consume, take in, and blend with both physically and energetically becomes an inherent part of our molecular and energetic composition. It not only affects our physical body and health, but regulates our blood chemistry, produces our mood, what we tend to focus on, how and what we think about, and what kind of reality we build for ourselves by way of the dynamic interaction that ultimately forms a congruent reality created in our own imagination and consciousness, that evolves us as the expression of that “quality and level” of consciousness. In this sense we can also come to realize that a person’s intelligence and maturity are always being demonstrated, not in what they say or talk about, but in how they behave. Their actions and deeds reveal and express their true inner nature. They’re always a diametric equivalent.


Dr. Linda Gadbois
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Spiritual Knowledge is Laws that are Encoded in Symbolic Language: “Spiritual Principles are Creative Tools for Conscious Evolution”

decahedron metatrons cube Spiritual knowledge, unlike most things, requires you to seek it out through an inner desire for it, which intuitively communicates its knowledge through the language of imagery and geometry requiring you to acquire a broad range of knowledge in order to intuitively interpret it.  It’s not stated in plain terms as something specific, because it can’t be. If it is stated as something specific, then it’s really simply one aspect, or metaphorical way of looking at it that simply introduces an idea as a concept into your mind as a form of seed, that comes alive and begins growing as a continuous process of unfolding as a dynamic series of a chain-of-associated and correlated ideas that lead you deeper and deeper into related ideas as a kind of vastness that’s ultimately connected and correlated with everything else. The entire natural world (universe) is all governed by the same handful of laws as invisible forces that organize, form, and operate the material world. All true spiritual knowledge is the practical understanding of universal laws that are active and creative in every single aspect of the manifest world.

Just as the fundamental laws are all connected and interdependent as a form of growth process that moves systematically through stages and phases of development, the knowledge represented by these laws do the same thing. Spiritual knowledge as universal laws remain alive and in a constant state of fluctuation as a continuous evolution of the same fundamental ideas going through numerous spontaneous transformations as a dynamic relationship that constantly expresses in new ways, as new variations of the same idea in every moment based on how they’re being perceived, interpreted, and applied. The spiritual realm of pure energy is not fixed and formed like the material realm, but exists in a purely potential state as infinite possibilities for the same idea (pattern) to be formed and expressed based on what individual mind tunes into it, serves to conceive of it, and forms it into a personalized version by how they imagine it and adapt it to their current conditions and circumstances to produce an actual experience as the physical equivalent.

Ideas are principles that exist as archetypes (memory as dynamic living patterns) that are represented by geometric shapes (form, function & behavior) that are mathematical in nature (exist in relationships) and form a living entity (personality), imbued with distinct attributes, qualities and characteristics as it’s innate constitution. The constitution of an animated being has a form of personality in it that display distinct attitudes and behaviors, and undergo natural operations as biological processes that create in the physical world through myths or stories the personality naturally tells by how it interacts in relationship to everything else.

Principles as philosophical mathematics, structure the material realm determining how it naturally functions. The form biological matter takes on, determines what it does through natural behaviors and how it does it as a form of style or personality. Form that’s structured and animated through life-force energy, functions in very distinct ways through a kind of personality, which not only determines what processes it performs, but the quality of consciousness as characteristics that form traits for “how it does it” in a somewhat unique fashion. These principles as life-forms remain in a constant state of growth and evolution because in every moment they’re entering into relationship with everything else around it that modifies it by exchanging information as an energetic form of metabolism, reforming it to express in new ways through different combinations of information that it integrates that reconfigures it. All physical matter, though it appears solid and consistent in its behavior, remains in a constant state of regeneration that comes by exchanging information between the inner core and the outer environment, which equalizes the internal to match the external. The molecular structure of the material entity is constantly conforming to its environment as the means of survival and growth within or by way of the environment, that’s the most basic function of evolution.

birthHuman beings, which are bestowed with a higher mind that’s creative in nature, and have the ability to modify the environment as a means of surviving and functioning within it, only exchanges energy with what’s of a similar vibration or quality of consciousness with everything around it through resonance. It forms union with ideas that can be shaped into it’s model of the world in a congruent fashion and used to tell their primary life’s story. Vibration as ideas that are too different and exist in a range that can’t be processed by our vibratory frequency, doesn’t resonate with us, and isn’t integrated as a means of modifying our vibration. Because of this law, the law of sympathies and antipathies, we tend to only grow and evolve through absorption and assimilation of the same frequency (range), and only occasionally move into different frequencies.

When we do grow in a significant manner, it’s usually not through deliberate intentions (though it can be), but by having change thrown on us through changing life circumstances that force us to resort to alternative means because our entire life situation changes, and new influences and processes come into play, that we have to adjust to by changing our most basic routines that form our daily lifestyle, which act to break the pattern set by the old routine. Frequencies can be thought of as creative patterns, where we live out of the same tendencies and personality traits that keep repeatedly creating the same type of situations that tell the same type of story over and over throughout our life. When we evolve into a new frequency, we act to initiate and actively participate in creating a new type of story that employ new aspects of our character not being used when telling the previous story.

Spiritual knowledge, unlike conventional knowledge, requires intuitive development as a means of sensing and interpreting the symbolic language it’s written in. Conventional knowledge is given to us in written, verbal language as already interpreted for us. We don’t have to form our interpretation as a unique and personal version, but simply have to accept it verbatim as knowledge itself, without ever having to think for ourselves as the means for interpreting it that transform it into a personalized version that’s unique to us. Because spiritual knowledge requires us to interpret it intuitively, we not only learn simultaneously “how to think for ourselves”, but we have to form a concept of it in our imagination that turns it into a reality as a practical application as an inner experience that becomes a form of virtual memory that acts as a form of blueprint for using within our daily lives in order to consciously create reality. Laws and principles are the tools for “how to” create life.

In order to use an idea, we have to have a working understanding of it. We can only understand what we can conceptualize as an internal representation that forms it as a possible outer reality or actual material object. So information that’s communicated symbolically teaches us how to think by imagining, how to conceptualize by applying to a real life scenario, and integrates the information into our paradigm as a form of virtual experience that becomes an actual memory. As we form ideas into realities that operate according to natural laws, they’re formed into memories that can be recollected, accessed and used for reference, and used as a creative tool from that point on. We acquire the information as a “paradigm shift” by internalizing it to bring it from a thought into an actual form that operates in a specific and consistent way. Knowledge as experience that forms a memory becomes a permanent and natural part of how we feel, perceive and interpret life events. It becomes a built-in process of how we naturally think.

All spiritual development is personal development as the knowledge of laws, integrated into the mind to evolve the soul, that are brought into practice to form our daily lifestyle and natural behaviors as the primary means of personal transformation. Only knowledge that’s applied and lived serves to reform us as an evolving creation. Laws and principles, which pertain to all of life, provide us with the creative tools for shaping our life by “living them”. By how we utilize them to make everyday decisions and direct our own behavior. Laws as spiritual technology provide us with the means to grow and evolve ourselves into higher levels of consciousness and vibrate at a higher frequency, as harmonious with Nature and at one with all of life.


Dr. Linda Gadbois

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Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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