Growth Mindset Posters / Positive Quotes Set Of 4 11×17 in.
DEAL SIZE AND QUALITY: 11×17 in. These bright, colorful and high quality posters are printed on 300GSM acid free offset paper. Beatiful Inspirational posters for office & Motivational Posters. Perfect Wall art for office and motivational art.
GET MOTIVATED: Beautiful Chalkboard Designs with Motivational Quotes, Inspirational Quotes. Decorate Classrooms, Home Office, College Dorms. Positive Posters to maintain a Positive attitude & Self Confidence. Motivational quotes wall decor & Inspirational posters for teens. Excellent office pictures.
EASY TO HANG: A set of hanging strips is included to hang your vibrant unique signs in any interior as soon as you get them. Office Decor Wall Art with inspirtational quotes wall art. Inspirational art with positive quotes wall decor
PERFECT FOR CLASSROOM, OFFICE & KIDS ROOM : Great gift as decoration for kids bedroom, teen bedroom, office poster, good vibes signs, positive posters, positive quotes, or wall decor. Teachers Posters with motivational signs, Classroom posters.
FRAMES NOT INCLUDED: Frames are not included with the set. However we highly recommend framing them for a better visual effect. Gym Wall art will work for workout room decor with growth mindset posters
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Kelly Turner, Ph.D., Radical Remission author and docuseries director
For the past fifteen years, Kelly Turner, Ph.D. has conducted research in 10 countries and analyzed over 1,500 cases of radical remission—when someone heals from a life-threatening disease without Western medicine or after Western medicine has failed—in the hopes of bringing attention to a subset of survivors whose inexplicable experiences with healing are all-too-often ignored by Western science.
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Radical Remission Docuseries
FREE Starting March 16!
This FREE docuseries will be offered over 10 days – with the presentation of one episode each day, starting on Monday, March 16 and running through Wednesday, March, 25. Each episode releases at 4:00 PM PT and is available for 24 hours, so make sure to block off time on your calendar each day to watch.
EPISODE 1: Empowering Yourself
Monday, March 16 • 4 PM PT
Some who receive a terminal diagnosis see it as an opportunity to reach deep and find something remarkable within. In this episode, you’ll hear two such stories—inspiring individuals who looked inward for strength and forged their own path of healing, in part by taking charge of their health.
Featured Survivors: Shin Terayama (Stage Four Kidney Cancer) and Palmer Kippola (Multiple Sclerosis)
Episode Experts: Isaac Kohane, M.D., Ph.D., George C. Wang, M.D., Ph.D., FACP, Dawn Lemanne, M.D., Jeffrey D. White, M.D., Michael Lerner, Ph.D., Kelly Turner, Ph.D., Joshua Weiss, M.D., and Lee M. Nadler, M.D.
EPISODE 2:Radically Changing Your Diet
Tuesday, March 17 • 4 PM PT
It’s a simple but undeniable truth: food is medicine. In this episode, you’ll experience the journey of two incredible individuals who overcame the odds of their terminal cancer diagnoses, in part because they completely changed their diets—empowering their bodies to heal in awe-inspiring ways.
Featured Survivors: Bailey O’Brien (Stage Four Melanoma) and Alison Gannett (Rare, Serious Brain Tumor)
Episode Experts: Chris Wark, Liana Werner-Gray, Nasha Winters, N.D., Dawn Lemanne, M.D., Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., Dean Ornish, M.D., Donald Abrams, M.D., Keith Block, M.D., Christiane Northrup, M.D., Abdul Slocum M.D., and Nalini Chilkov, L.Ac., O.M.D.
EPISODE 3: Releasing Suppressed Emotions
Wednesday, March 18 • 4 PM PT
For centuries, wise men and women have pointed to suppressed emotion as a potential culprit for disease. In this episode, you’ll hear two stories of amazing people who recognized the connection between their bodies and stored emotions, and who did the hard work of releasing deep-rooted pain—ultimately helping them to heal their terminal cancers.
Featured Survivors: John Yochanan Russell (Multiple Myeloma Cancer) and Joe K. (Stage Three Lung Cancer)
Episode Experts: Lissa Rankin, M.D., Chris Wark, Aaron Teich, Chris Young-Ginzburg, Natalie Roy, Kristin Hanggi, Michael Lerner, Ph.D., Jeffrey Rediger, M.D., Kelly Turner, Ph.D., and Robin Queen Finkelstein
EPISODE 4: Increasing Positive Emotions
Thursday, March 19 • 4 PM PT
Louise Hay and countless other spiritual teachers and healing experts have long emphasized that positive belief systems can have significant beneficial effects on your health. She even credited affirmations with contributing to her breast cancer recovery. In this episode, you’ll experience the journey of two incredible women who did something similar—turning to comedy, affirmations, and mindset work to help reverse their triple negative breast cancer diagnoses.
Featured Survivors: Saranne Rothberg (Stage Four Triple Negative Breast Cancer) and Valencia Robinson (Triple Negative Breast Cancer)
Episode Experts: Anita Moorjani, Ellen Langer, Ph.D., Kristin Hanggi, Natalie Roy, Michael Finkelstein, M.D., M. Laura Nasi M.D., Marc Bricca, N.D., Ivelisee Page, Aaron Teich, Joshua Weiss, M.D., Shamini Jain, Ph.D., Christiane Northrup, M.D., Eleanor Walker, M.D., Dean Ornish, M.D., and Jeffrey Rediger, M.D.
EPISODE 5: Bringing Exercise and Movement Into Your Life
Friday, March 20 • 4 PM PT
In the midst of illness, exercise and movement can have a transformational impact on your recovery. In this episode, watch how two determined individuals overcame their cancer diagnoses without conventional medicine, but with the help of daily movement—even if it was just a short stroll through the neighborhood.
Featured Survivors: Mary Rust (Breast Cancer) and Glenn Sabin (“Incurable” Leukemia)
Episode Experts: Koya Webb, Dean Ornish, M.D., Eleanor Walker, M.D., Keith Block, M.D., Lee M. Nadler, M.D., Dawn Lemanne, M.D. and Kelly Turner, Ph.D.
EPISODE 6: Having Strong Reasons for Living
Saturday, March 21 • 4 PM PT
One of the most powerful factors associated with Radical Remission is having strong reasons for living. In this episode, you’ll see how these two mothers connected with their strong reasons for living—their children—and in doing so, healed in a way that astounded their doctors.
Featured Survivors: Pilar Davila (Stage Four Ovarian Cancer) and Jane McLelland (Stage Four Cervical Cancer)
Episode Experts: Anita Moorjani, Marc Bricca, N.D., Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D., Michael Finkelstein, M.D., FACP, ABIHM and Dean Ornish, M.D.
EPISODE 7: Deepening Your Spiritual Connection Practice
Sunday, March 22 • 4 PM PT
All around the world, there are countless individuals who can attest to the incredible healing energy of the Divine—a religious or secular greater power. In this episode, discover two individuals who created and committed to their unique spiritual connections.
Featured Survivors: Ken Hatten (Esophageal Cancer) and Pastor Charles Goodman, Jr. (ALS)
Episode Experts: Shamini Jain, Ph.D., Jeffrey Rediger, M.D., Aaron Teich, Bryan McMahon, L.Ac. and Michael Lerner, Ph.D.
EPISODE 8: Using Herbs and Supplements
Monday, March 23 • 4 PM PT
When the immune system is strong, the body can more effectively heal disease. In this episode, watch how three determined individuals partnered with health professionals to use the power of herbs and supplements to strengthen their immune systems—contributing to the complete reversal of their terminal and terminal cancers.
Featured Survivors: Ann Fonfa (Breast Cancer), Reggie Pierce (Stage Four Liver Cancer) and Robert Sellars (Pancreatic Cancer)
Episode Experts: Linda L. Isaacs, M.D., Keith Block, M.D., Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., Dr. Kunchog Tseten, Bryan McMahon, L.Ac., Ivelisee Page, Steve R. Ottersberg, M.S., Abdul Slocum M.D., Kelly Turner, Ph.D. and Nalini Chilkov, L.Ac., O.M.D.
EPISODE 9: Following Your Intuition
Tuesday, March 24 • 4 PM PT
Inside every human being is an intuitive voice that whispers clues about what the body really needs. But—in the busyness of daily life—that voice can get drowned out. In this episode, you’ll watch two inspiring women who healed their serious diseases in part by tuning into and following that inner spark of divine wisdom—their intuition.
Featured Survivors: Nancy Battilega (Breast Cancer) and Cynthia Li, M.D. (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
Episode Experts: Christiane Northrup, M.D., Dawson Church, Ph.D., Shamini Jain, Ph.D., Master Mingtong Gu, Bryan McMahon, L.Ac., Chris Ginzburg-Young, Dawn Lemanne, M.D., Ashwin Mehta, M.D., M.P.H., Aaron Teich and Michael Finkelstein, M.D., FACP, ABIHM
EPISODE 10: Embracing Social Support
Wednesday, March 25 • 4 PM PT
As humans, we depend on each other for survival. In this episode, you’ll see this truth come to life in two amazing stories of individuals who opened themselves to the love and support of others. This connection empowered a one-year-old baby and a single woman in her 60s to overcome their aggressive cancers in order to create vibrant, healthy futures.
Featured Survivors: Ryder Sternagel (Stage Four Neuroblastoma) and Kathryn Alexander (Stage Three Liver Cancer)
Episode Experts: Lissa Rankin, M.D., Kristin Hanggi, Natalie Roy, Dean Ornish, M.D., Kelly Turner, Ph.D., Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D. and Chris Wark
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A meditation using Gratitude as a tool to help us better manage stress. Feelings of thankfulness have tremendous positive value in helping us cope with daily problems, especially stress. When we are in pain and are suffering, it is important to find what gives us joy and pleasure, to seek out the positive in life.
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In this meditation we use Gratitude as a tool to help us better manage stress. Feelings of thankfulness have tremendous positive value in helping us cope with daily problems, especially stress.
When we are in pain and are suffering, it is important to find what gives us joy and pleasure, to seek out the positive in life.
Before You Begin
Be sure that you are wearing comfortable clothing, are in a quiet room where the temperature is cozy.
Sit or lie in a comfortable chair, couch, or bed. Wherever you are most comfortable.
In This Moment Right Now
Take in the experience of this present moment in its fullness. Let gratitude flow. Allow it to well up from your heart and sense the healing feel of it. Turn on the faucet of gratefulness.
A Simple Challenge
As you progress through your day, try this simple challenge: Try to notice what draws your awareness out of a moment of joy. It is these impulses and thoughts that are key to understanding the stressors in your life.
By identifying these impulses and thoughts you can practice minimizing their impact and extend the joy and pleasures in your life.
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Learn the simple Quick Coherence technique by HeartMath, that brings your heart and your brain into a more aligned state at the physiological level. A three step process to open up the brain so that we begin to experience more of a flow of these type of positive emotional states that we want more of in our life.
Heartmath’s Quick Coherence Technique Transcript:
We will share a very simple technique called a quick coherence technique. It’s the simplest of all HeartMath techniques but it’s very fundamental to many of the other techniques we teach. It’s something we can do anytime anywhere. You can do it with your eyes closed, you can do it with your eyes open. What it does is it brings your heart and your brain into a more aligned state at the physiological level. Heartmath is known for its science and measure these changes and it synchronizes heart and brain at at physiological level. Then what it does, is it begins to open up the brain so that we begin to experience more of a flow of these type of positive emotional states that we want more of in our life.
It is something we can do very quickly so if you’d like in our in our program today I will be glad to share this with everyone who is listening.
With your eyes open if you want to or eyes closed if you’re in a place where that’s appropriate.
It’s a three-step process:
1. Step one is called “Heart Focus”
What I’d like you to do is to shift your attention from up in your head down into the area in the center of your chest, the area of the heart. Sometimes it’s helpful just to feel like you’re taking an elevator down. All over the thoughts and things that are happening there just to stand down and focus your attention in the area in the center of your chest the area of your heart, maintain your focus there.
2. Step two is call “Heart Focused at Breathing”
Breathe naturally, but a little deeper than you normally would. As you breathe, pretend as if the breath is flowing in and out through the center of your chest, the area where you have your focus. We’ll do this for a few breaths inhale press coming in through the heart exhale back out through the area of the heart.
3. The third step is called “Heart Feeling”
Maintain your heart focus and continue doing that hard focus breathing. Now I’d like you to activate a positive emotion. Perhaps your remember a time when you felt good inside. Some things that are helpful or maybe to feel appreciation for the good things in your life, things that you have that you really can appreciate. Well maybe you can feel some of the love or care you have for someone or something in your life. Or maybe a feeling of compassion for others, there’s a type of positive emotions. Without straining, do your heart focus breathing and just feel heart related emotion like that. Breathe it in and out through the area in the center of your chest.