Tell Me a Story Dean Nelson

Today, we travel to sunny, Florida as we welcome Author, Dean Nelson to the podcast.  Not only does Dean put his positive spin on life here on Tell Me a Story he also graces the pages of our online magazine The Magic Happens  as a frequent contributor.

On this podcast, Dean helps us unlock the real power of affirmations. Why they don’t necessarily work for many and how we can be in the group for whom they DO work!

Be sure to visit Dean Nelson at where you can find the links to his books: The Experiential Approach and The Mindfulness Approach.  He is currently working on The Threshold Approach.  For the rest of this week, Dean is offering the Kindle versions of the first two books as FREE DOWNLOADS, so be sure to visit Author Central Page and grab those for yourself!  Thank you, for leaving a cheery review once you have read his books.  You are thoughtful that way. 

*All podcasts are in alphabetical order 

9 responses to “Tell Me a Story Dean Nelson

  1. RedheadedBooklover

    Hi there ! I never normally do this but I had to comment and tell you how much I adore your blog! I just came across it now and I am so happy I have, it is so wonderful and you truly have a great blog. I am going to follow you so I can keep up to date with all of your latest posts. Keep up the great work!

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  2. Thank you for introducing Dean, Annette. I am heading over now to learn more about him.

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  3. Wow, this was a fabulous interview, Annette and Dean. So much of what you said, Dean, has also been my experience. One of the first things my shaman teacher told me was, “Stay out of the Why and be in on the What.” Focus, feel it, and then let go… I, too, have found the most effective way to enter the subconscious is through the back door. The beliefs we so tenaciously hold on to have been cultivated throughout our lives, and if enter the subconscious through the front door with a conflicting thought, it sees it as a threat to our survival. I’d best stop here before I write an entire post! Thanks so much for sharing your inspiring thoughts, Dean. And thank you, darlin’ Annette, for your passion in bringing us such valuable podcasts. Hugs to both of you 💜💜

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    • So glad you enjoyed this interview, Tina! Dean is a remarkable person and it only makes sense that YOU would see that… For you are remarkable as well. ❤

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      • Aww, thank you, Annette. You are such a sweet and remarkable friend. And that book you mentioned (the title of which I can’t extract from my weary mind) I also read long ago and was profoundly moved. I swear, our lives mirrored each other in so many ways… Hugs, sister ❤

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