Being You

I didn’t know my life could be this awesome

April 18, 2017

“I didn’t know my life could be this awesome.”

To paraphrase the American poet and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, “The mass of people lead lives of quiet desperation.” On the surface, their lives appear normal but inside they’re in turmoil. Special days like World Suicide Prevention Day are intended to smash taboos and raise awareness around anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. But what if we could have those conversations all year round? And what if there were a truly different choice available?

Sixteen years ago, co-creator of Access Consciousness® Dr Dain Heer seemed to have it all. He was living in what he considered paradise, had the perfect girlfriend and a growing chiropractic business.

“Except inside I was struggling,” he said candidly on Conversations in Consciousness, the Voice America radio show held in conjunction with World Suicide Prevention Day.

“I felt unhappy; I felt alone. I felt like I wasn’t being a contribution to people.”

One day he came across an ad in the local paper for something called Access and decided to try the Bars®.

“I went in angry, depressed, pathetic. I left there looking up at the sky thinking, has it always been so beautiful here?”

Dain has gone on to write Being You Changing the World, and together with the founder of Access Gary Douglas is empowering countless people around the globe. However, Dain’s story isn’t isolated.

“I can totally attest to the power of Bars with depression and anxiety,” a woman who called the VA radio show told Gary and Dain. From a young age she had experienced depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Three years ago she learned the Bars and hasn’t looked back.

She said, “My whole life, and my whole being, has changed since I started doing Access. I thank you for putting yourself out there and for the tools allowing me to make the choice to do that.

“I didn’t know my life could be this awesome.”

On suicide prevention day Access Bars practitioners around the world ran bars for free — and the people were so grateful. In Facebook posts and emails they talked about how the Bars helped to turn around what had seemed hopeless. Bars is also creating dramatic change with veterans and people who suffer PTSD.

“There is hope, there is possibility,” Dain said. “One of the things you wish to look at is, what contribution are you to people that you’re not acknowledging? You may be changing somebody’s life without even realising it.”

Access The Bars on World Suicide Prevention Day is an uplifting episode for anyone who has plumbed the depths of despair. Go here to listen to it in full https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/94502/access-the-bars-on-world-suicide-prevention-day

As always Gary and Dain covered a range of topics on Conversations in Consciousness. So you’ll also find ways to enhance your immune system, what to do when other people’s problems start dominating your life and get a very different take on obesity.

Gary & Dain host a regular show on Voice America every Thursday at 2pm Pacific.

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